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bio website id10terror.ericburcham.com
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I've been writing software for a living since my sophomore year in High School. I like to think I'm good at it, mostly.

I have also doubled as a systems administrator, entrepeneur, business developer, and sometimes as a CTO of small companies. While I'm always interested in the latest and slickest approach to crafting software, I try to stay pragmatic and tend to think about technology in terms of revenues.

My technology strengths are in Database Design and Programming (not so much optimization) and middleware. I'm very good at turning business rules into decision trees, and like to apply rules from the bottom up.

I'm into SQL Server (and other flavors of SQL), .Net, C#, and building Web Applications. I'm slowly jumping on the web 2.0 bandwagon, and JavaScript, which was the red-headed stepchild of languages when I cut my web design teeth, is my next target to become an expert at.


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This is a great workaround, but the batch file approach guarantees both windows every time, even if I forget and close them one at a time using the close button on the upper right corner of the window. Since I have been doing that habitually with every application for something like 20 years, I prefer not to try and break that habit now. This IS a great tip for people that don't want to mess with a batch file, though!
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