Visual Basic and Access Database Programmer
  Neville
Silverman

Visual Basic Programmer, Sydney
Microsoft Access Database Programmer

Custom Built Software
System Optimisation
Office Automation
Website SEO
Phone me with your Visual Basic programming queries Phone Australia
(02) 9453-0456

Client Project: Infosphere Pty Ltd

Visual Basic and VBA Client ProjectsInfosphere provides custom software development services for Microsoft Access, Microsoft Visual Basic and SQL Server Database projects.

Infosphere has created Infocouncil, a highly specialised software package for managing council reports, agendas, minutes and resolutions.

Programming Project Period:

March 2001 to January 2010.

Programming Job Description:

Microsoft Visual Basic Programmer, Microsoft Access designer and Website Designer.

VB Programming Duties:
  • Microsoft Visual Basic conversion and programmer
  • Microsoft Access design, program and maintenance
  • Setting of Visual Basic programmer standards
  • HTML and Website Designer
Programming Achievements:
  • Updated the Infocouncil Website with a fluid design that copes with screens of all sizes. Upgraded all code to HTML5 and CSS3.
  • Produced a 30 page manual on SQL, Microsoft Access, Visual Basic and Visual Basic for Applications Programmer standards.
  • Analysed the automatic creation of Acrobat's Portable Document Format (.pdf) files as email attachments.
  • Converted a VB3 project to Microsoft Visual Basic 6 for George Patterson Bates. This comprised 65,000 lines of code, and involved the conversion of:
    • Multiple Microsoft Access databases.
    • Third party Controls – Video Elastic (now SizerOne), True Grid (now True DBGrid).
    • 16 bit API Windows System calls – including replacement of those that were obsolete.
    • Crystal Reports
    • Email
    • ODBC
  • Converted a VB3 to Microsoft Visual Basic 6 Life Insurance valuation system for Phillips Fox actuaries.
  • Rewrote the Infosphere Web site, optimised for Search Engines – including research on Keywords.
  • Created a Visual Basic program to automate the sending of monthly newsletters by Email. Added a routine to check the validity of the Email address, for the correct format, domain and country. Created numerous newsletters in HTML compatible with Microsoft Outlook.
  • Updated the Infosphere Website to ASP.Net. Created the Infocouncil Website - www.Infocouncil.com.au
  • Set up a template for Emailing the Infocouncil Newsletters to Councils.