I, Stephen Johnson created the rsj-services.com Web Site, as a service to provide Information about Software and Software Development.

I have been a Software Developer for over 40 years. My first job was writing FORTRAN II, using an operating System designed to test Large Scale Circuit Boards. The Operating System was primitive and didn't even provide a System Clock, Copy or List Utilities, or Logical Record accesses. All disk access was by sector only. In order to use this system, as you would think about programming today, I had to write all of the system Utilities. Since there was no one to ask any questions, or to show me how to do anything, I had to learn on my own. That was probably the best learning activity I have ever had.

I have written in Visual Basic 3.0 through VB 6.0, and Visual Basic .Net 1.0 thru 2017 (VB, C++, C#) and the .Net Framework. I have written many COM Components in Visual Basic 5 and 6. I also have experience in SQL Server 7.0/ 2000 thru 2010, HTML, XHTML, DHTML, XML, ASP3.0, IIS5. IIS6, , JavaScript, VB Script, jQuery HTML, ,and CSS.

I have also written for the IBM S/38 and AS/400 (i-Series) in RPG-III, RPG-400, RPG-IV (ILE RPG), CL, UIM, and C to mention a few.

I have written, efficiently, in more that 25 languages, including two that I have written myself. WLGEN: a Point-to-Point Wire List Generator for an Electronics Manufacturing company (Written on the Hewlett Packard 2100 in FORTRAN II, and later for the Datapoint Disk Operating System, in Macro Assembler, then on the DEC VAC in FORTRAN IV) and DIRTBOL: written in Macro Assembler, as a replacement for Datapoints' Datashare Language (an interpretive language) to speed up processing.

I have been the Advanced Visual Basic Special Interest Group (SIG) Leader for the North Texas PC Users Group for over three years.

I was the Advanced Visual Basic Special Interest Group (SIG) Leader for the North Texas PC Users Group from 2000 thru 2006.

This Site is run on a Windows 2008 Server using IIS6, SQL Server 2010 and .Net 4.0 and written with Visual Studio 201o in Visual Basic.

In 2008 I created the User Extensible, Data Transfer Utility which is a simpler and easier to use replacement for SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services) with built-in features not avallable with SSIS.

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