SQL University.net Instructors
Jack has extensive Oracle experience and has worked for some of the world's largest companies and organizations, including Boeing, Verizon, the City of Seattle, Bank Of America, and others He has also taught Oracle Certification Course at the University Of Washington.
Joe Celko joined the ANSI X3H2 Database Standards Committee in 1987 and helped write the ANSI/ISO SQL-89 and SQL-92 standards. He is one of the top SQL experts in the world, writing over 700 articles primarily on SQL and database topics in the computer trade and academic press.
The author of six books on databases and SQL, Joe also contributes his time as a speaker and instructor at universities, trade conferences and local user groups.
Dan develops curricula and teaches the Oracle Basics and Advanced Oracle Application Development programs at the University of Washington.
He is a member of the UKOUG, the British American Chamber of Commerce, and former leader of the Washington Software Alliance's
Database Special Interest Group.
Mr. Morgan is an Oracle Ace is familiar with RAC, Grid, AQ, Streams, CDC, RMAN, ASM, and Data Guard.
Dr. Steven Lewis
Dr. Steven M. Lewis has been working in the software development field since the early 1970's. He has a PhD in biophysics and taught bioengineering at USC for 13 years. His specialties were simulation, respiratory control and gas exchange.
Dr. Lewis led the effort to convert software at IDX from C to Java in the mid 90's and he was principal architect at OneWeb Systems where he built an XML based framework for delivery of web pages. He has been the Director of Development at Unified Signal Inc, a company developing virtual private cell phone networks.
In addition to lecturing extensively on Java and helping develop the UW Extension's advanced Java course, he recently worked at Combimatrix to develop the software for a machine to synthesis DNA microarrays on Silicon chips in Collaboration with Furuno Biologics. He is currently an independent consultant.