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Gordon Zeglinski

  Gordon Zeglinski is a freelance programmer/consultant who received his Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering with a thesis on C++ sparse matrix objects. He has been programming in C++ for 6 years and also has a strong background in FORTRAN. He started developing OS/2 applications with version 2.0 .

His current projects include a client/server communications program that utilitizes OS/2's features which has entered beta testing. Additionally, he is involved in the development of a "real-time" automated vehicle based on OS/2 and using C++ in which he does device driver development and designs the applications that comprise the control logic and user interface.

He can be reached via the Internet at gordon@edm2.com.

Gordon has written the following columns:

OOPS Avenue - Introduction  (January 1994)
OOPS Avenue - CSet++ 2.1 Review  (February 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Encapsulating the OS/2 API  (March 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Encapsulating the OS/2 API (continued)  (April 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Drag and Drop  (May 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Multi-threading using the IThread class  (June 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Encapsulating the profile API in a group of C++ classes  (July 1994)
OOPS Avenue - SOMobjects Developer Toolkit  (September 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Mirroring a C++ object using SOM  (October 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Benchmarking SOM vs C++ objects  (November 1994)
OOPS Avenue - Using C++ objects in SOM  (January 1995)
OOPS Avenue - What's new in SOM 2.1  (February 1995)
OOPS Avenue - Introduction to DSOM  (April 1995)
OOPS Avenue - Using C++ in Dynamic Link Libraries  (May 1995)
OOPS Avenue - C++ library out called STL (Standardized Template Library)  (August 1995)
OOPS Avenue - OOP screensaver module in C++ and DTS  (November 1995)
OOPS Avenue - C++ Exceptions  (January 1996)
OOPS Avenue - Socket++  (February 1996)
OOPS Avenue - Direct to SOM  (March 1996)
OOPS Avenue - A C++ Screen Saver - Part 3  (May 1996)
OOPS Avenue - A C++ Screen Saver - Part 4  (June 1996)
OOPS Avenue - The Java Language  (October 1996)
OOPS Avenue - VAC++ NT vs. OS/2  (November 1996)
OOPS Avenue - Fun with IO Streams  (December 1996)
OOPS Avenue - Building a Simple Editor  (February 1997)

Gordon has written the following articles:

C++ Encapsulation of PM  (July/August/September 1993)
A Review of C++ Compilers  (October 1993)
REXX-ercising Your Applications - Part 1/2  (November 1993)
REXX-ercising Your Applications - Part 2/2  (December 1993)
Writing a C++ Thread Class  (November 1993)
Visual Rexx faceoff - Part 1 Comparing VisproRexx and VX-Rexx  (June 1994)
Visual Rexx faceoff - Part 2 Comparing VisproRexx and VX-Rexx  (July 1994)
Visual Rexx faceoff - Part 3 Comparing VisproRexx and VX-Rexx  (October 1994)
A Brief Look at Personal REXX  (April 1995)
C++ Compiler Review - Part 1  (August 1995)
C++ Compiler Review - Part 2  (September 1995)
C++ Compiler Review - Part 3  (November 1995)
VisualAge for Java Professional  (April 1998)
A Review of VisualAge C++ Version 4.0  (May 1999)

 

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