Does this site look a little plain?

This site uses css techniques supported in newer browsers.

Welcome to my website. I do healthcare software implementations for a living now, but was a professional software developer for over 15 years. I still get to do some coding as part of my job and for fun after work, of course. Counting recreational programming, I've been doing it for 30+ years. I live and work in the Metro Phoenix area.

This website is a repository for my freeware, tools and sample source code. Here is a quick guide to the various areas on this site, reachable via the links on the left:

Contact
Contact and employment information.
HL7Viewer
HL7Viewer is a free, powerful utility for viewing and editing HL7 data. It allows for sorting, filtering, searching and replacing on data down to the subcomponent level.
Hostess
Hostess is a freeware program I wrote to manage and maintain the hosts file on a Windows system for the purpose of blocking ads.
Delphi
Delphi is my main development language these days. Here you'll find all kinds of handy freeware utilities and programming examples.
PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL is my RDBMS of choice. This section contains examples and tips for using the database.
Clipper & FiveWin
I did a lot of development with Clipper and FiveWin in the 90's. Here you'll find a number of free tools for working with DBF files and an extensive code library.
QuickBASIC
Ahh... the good old days. :) An early code library and some games from before I did this stuff for a living.
Misc
I'm not in front of a computer all the time!

A note on the site design: In the process of learning the finer points of CSS, I decided to find one I liked and start experimenting from there. The layout of this site is a customized copy (permission obtained) of the CSS from Steve Friedl's site, www.unixwiz.net. Steve credits Chris Mospaw for his design, so a nod to both and I hope you consider imitation the highest form of flattery. Good design and content on both of the sites mentioned.