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About whellmuth

Working with the education software industry to build software with standard arhitectures that allows schools to have extensible and well integrated technologies. Member of Software QLD. Member of Microsoft advisory board on cloud computing. My doctorate specialises in Software Architecture in the Education environment. My Master Research specialised in IT change management.

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Paper submitted to the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems

Using EIA to model a wicked problem in DSR_PACIS_Version2_FINAL

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New Windows 8 app development text for Secondary Schools

Media Release 07/03/2014                                      50% Drop in IT University Graduates The number of IT students graduating from University has dropped by 50% over the past decade. According to the Bureau of Statistics, Graduate rates for students studying degrees classified as ‘people … Continue reading

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Access – How to Cards

Aims and Objectives How to do a Needs Analysis Description of System Input and Output How to Identify Expected Systems Benefits Creating a new Access database from an Excel spreadsheet How to Cascade-update fields across forms How to create a … Continue reading

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New Windows 8 App Development Book for Secondary Schools

To see details about my latest book Click on the following link Marketing Brochure

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With computers we are going backwards

“Education Revolution” promise in tatters: New international testing leaves Australia’s education credentials in tatters. Julia Gillard promised Australians nothing short of an Education Revolution and now the report card is in. The testing shows year four students whose entire formative schooling … Continue reading

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