Mark Jeghers is an independant Graphical User Interface Contractor
and Instructor. He has developed using C, C++ and
Java on several platforms,
including Windows 3.1/95/98/NT/XP,
X-Windows, Motif, and OpenVMS. He is
Java Programmer Certified by Sun
Microsystems. He has taught
extensively in the San Francisco Bay, as well as to other audiences
around the US.
He has also provided specialized expertise developing
interactive graphics with Win32, MFC and ATL/COM and
multimedia playback on Windows 95/98,
Motif user interfaces,
custom widgets, session management, and complex color graphics.
He has provided consultation in
non-GUI software retrofitting, cross-platform portability, and overall
GUI product design. He has developed a specialized spreadsheet component,
based on MFC and COM, for displaying engineering data. He has also
published articles on the state of
He is currently assisting in the Graphical User Interface design of
CAD software for large industrial plants. He is developing a C++/MFC
multimedia "photo album" system called PhotoViewer
- it is currently in beta-testing. He is also developing Windows-based
C++ software for the analysis of
amateur high-power rockets.
For fun, Mark operates on Ham Radio,
he build and flies high-powered model rockets,
and he makes sushi at home for guests.