Bill Schindler has programmed in more than 15 computer languages (he lost count). He’s designed, written, and optimized compilers, written a book on using the REXX language, and authored Smack!, a label “desktop publishing” application for OS/2 (marketed by Perfect Niche Software).
Currently, he’s busy with a Zope/Plone development, XML translation for Adobe InDesign, and a few other smaller projects. He's a partner in Abiliba Network Services, a provider of managed e-mail services and corporate Web sites. (He’s also writing short stories and a novel in his “spare time.”)
While Bill is an acknowledged expert in subjects including XML, object oriented programming, compiler optimization, cross-platform software design, and object-oriented design, his skills were best summarized by a colleague's comment, “Bill can make anything work.”
But don't take our word for it. In the 1996 Infoworld Down to the Wire awards, Nicholas Petreley said:
“Bill [Schindler] is a brilliant programmer who can fill in the gaps the company had in understanding what a user interface should be.”
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