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ID: 1525
First name: Charlie
Last name: Calvert
User name: ccalvert
Biography: Charlie Calvert is a programmer and writer who lives and works with his wife Margie and his two cats in Santa Cruz, CA. He is an employee of Falafel software. He is the author of Delphi 4 Unleashed, C++Builder 3 Unleashed, Delphi 2 Unleashed, Teach Yourself Windows 95 Programming in 21 Days, Delphi Unleashed, Teach Yourself Windows Programming, Turbo Pascal Programming 101 and a contributing author of CBuilder 4 Unleashed. He worked with his wife Margie to create an interactive Java tutorial, and he has been published in many different technical magazines. Charlie has spoken on technical subjects such as Delphi, C++ and Java at many major industry conferences, and in many smaller conferences from Europe, to Australia, to the Far East. Originally trained as an English major, Charlie worked as a journalist and college English teacher before turning to the world of computers. He has a BA in both Journalism and Computer Science from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. His interests include bicycling, hiking, playing folk guitar, listening to jazz, and writing poetry and fiction. A considerable portion of his free time is dedicated to spiritual and meditative pursuits within the Episcopal Church and the Vispassana branch of the Buddhist tradition.

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ENEDN32704CppUnit Tests with C++BuilderX9/8/2004Contributed ArticlePublicLive
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ENEDN32384.NET tip: Getting the Users Home, Temp or My Documents Directory by Charlie Calvert5/30/2004Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENConferences32118Test-driven Programming4/22/2004BorCon 2004PublicLive
ENConferences32117Introduction to UML with Together and Java *4/22/2004BorCon 2004PublicLive
ENConferences32116Effective Delphi for .NET and C# Unit Testing with NUnit4/22/2004BorCon 2004PublicLive
ENConferences32115C++Builder X Refactoring Techniques: The Key to Well Designed App. Dev.4/22/2004BorCon 2004PublicLive
ENEDN32073WinForms: How to Use Mono to Get Microsoft .NET GUI Based Applications Running on Linux by Charlie Calvert4/18/2004Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN32057Running CodeBehind ASP.NET CSharp Projects on Mono by Charlie Calvert4/11/2004Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN32056Installing Mono: Running .NET on Linux and Windows by Charlie Calvert4/11/2004Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN32054A Gentle Introduction to Generics in Java by Charlie Calvert4/10/2004Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN31871On Her Majesty's Web Service Part I by Charlie Calvert12/7/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN31847JSP Madness Part One by Charlie Calvert11/21/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN30372Interfaces and Loose Coupling in Java by Charlie Calvert9/17/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN30304Simple Programming Tip #3 by Charlie Calvert8/18/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN30049Simple Programming Tip #2 by Charlie Calvert5/24/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN30011Simple Programming Tip #1 by Charlie Calvert5/1/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN29585Event Handling in JBuilder Part III, by Charlie Calvert1/28/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN29568Event Handling in JBuilder Part II, by Charlie Calvert1/24/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive
ENEDN29424Event Handling in JBuilder by Charlie Calvert1/3/2003Contributed ArticlePublicLive

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