Our Next Meeting is scheduled for
Thursday, 9 December 1999 at 7:30 P.M.
Currie Colket will be speaking on
Introduction to Web Technologies for
Effective Dissemination of Information - Part I
Part I: Introduction to the HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
and Extensible Markup Language (XML)
at Lockheed Martin in Rockville, Maryland
For the DC SIGAda presentation, this will be broken down into 3 parts:
Part I is scheduled for 9 December 1999; Either Part II or Part III will be presented for Thursday 10 February. The remaining part will be presented in early 2000. Parts I, II, and III are rather independent. Part I will introduce the HTML Form, providing a background for the use of Ada95 and the Ada Binding to the CGI for processing HTML forms.
Mr. Currie Colket is the Vice Chair of ACM SIGAda for Meetings and Conferences, the Chair of the SIGAda Ada Semantic Working Group, and Chair of the ISO WG9 ASIS Rapporteur Group.
He recently retired from the DoD where he served in the Air Force as an Airborne Surveillance Officer on AWACS and a computer scientist for the United States Navy.
Mr. Colket is currently a software systems engineer for MITRE. Prior to his affiliation with MITRE, he was a consultant for the Software Program Manager's Network (SPMN). He has a Bachelor of Science from Case Institute of Technology, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Master of Science in Computer Science from the Ohio State University.
His coordinates are:
Mr. Currie Colket
Software Systems Engineer
The MITRE Corporation
1820 Dolley Madison Boulevard
McLean, VA 22101-3481
Phone: (703) 883-7381; FAX: (703) 883-1339
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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updated 4 December 1999