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Bill Slater's Protégé Page
Just as I have been fortunate enough to have several mentors, I have also mentored several people. These are my protégés. I am grateful for the opportunity to help these fine people.
development and Internet technologies. Acted as my asssistant in
classes I taught at IIT and in the Wheaton Park District. In a
strange and very unexpected turn of events, I fell in love with Joanna, so
in December 2000, we
married. And yes - she continues to be my protege, but she now
also has the new titles of being my Bride, and the Queen of the Temple of
Internet, Webmaster, Web Development, Networking technologies, etc.
In Fall 1998, Terry became an instructor on the MIS faculty staff at
Harper College in Palatine, IL. She also got her own three node
peer-to-peer network setup at home, purchased her own domain (http://terryfelke.com/), and set up a
great website there!
|James is one
of the fastest studies I have worked with. He has followed my advice on getting
educated in web design and web development and is rapidly becoming an
expert in FrontPage 98. On July 15, 1998, he accompanied me to the
exhibition hall at Internet World in Chicago's McCormick Place.
We had a great time and he learned a lot. Me too!
|Has become an
Internet consultant specializing in Internet searches, and is presently
learning the art of web page design using FrontPage 98. In Fall
1998, Carol was appointed Director of Research at a local executive
placement firm, based on her accomplishments in the areas of Internet
research and search engines. Carol got her own domain name and
website at http://carolnevin.com/ in
the Summer of 1998.
MCSE exams before the end of 1997.
NT Specialist at a large telecommunications company.
Internet and Webmaster stuff.
Networking, Internet, and WAN stuff, and troubleshooting.
|Became a very
competent NT LAN Admin at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Later went
on to get a great job in NJ.
Last Updated: Friday, February 01, 2002
By Bill Slater