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JavaScript

Webel IT offers complete JavaScript coding services, including use of the JQuery "Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library".

We employ a wide range of PHP-driven Drupal™ CMS modules that integrate JQuery libraries easily into Drupal™ CMS web sites to provide rich web user interface interaction.

We also employ Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) technologies for efficient partial page updates.

In the Enterprise Java web application context, modern JavaServer Faces (JSF) and 3rd party JSF toolkits like Primefaces offer efficient means for leveraging JavaScript and AJAX partial page update technologies, controlled via JavaEE's backing beans (managed beans) architecture.

ELisp

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Awk

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1994-1996: Used for extraction and translation of particle accelerator beam data from irregular text data sources.

Pascal

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Pascal was employed at the University of Sydney as an educational language in the 1980s.

FORTRAN

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Like most science students in the 1980s, I used FORTRAN often on a number of projects, not least because so many important numerical and legacy libraries were only available in FORTRAN. However, with the advent of symbolic algebra I soon discovered that one does well to let a computer and a symbolic algebra tool generate compilable, error-free, efficient FORTRAN (or any other desired low-level language) for you.

Java

Java™ is currently my primary object-oriented programming language - always UML™-driven of course - and most of my work with XML and XML Schema is Java manipulated and generated. There is huge amount of information about, and educational examples of, Java on the Webel site; a good place to start is the Webel Java zone (leaves this resume trail).

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