After 28 years in compilers, networks and data modeling tools development, Ed Strassberger has devoted the last 7 years to programming languages training, writing courseware ( XML, C# .NET, OOAD/UML, RUP, C++, C, Java, VB) and a best-selling book about Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC).
Ed taught network programming and C / C++ programming languages while leading a network development team at Honeywell and Bull. He received numerous awards and a patent for his network and data modeling tools design and implementation innovations.
Ed has taught at Deitel & Associates, Sun, several corporate training companies, Fidelity Investments, General Dynamics, Goldman Sachs, Capital One, Open Market, Northrop Grumman and many other businesses.
Ed consults at Teletype GPS for Aviation navigation product development.
Ed has a Bachelor's degree in Information Systems Management from the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland and is an instrument-rated private pilot.