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Learning 2007::Session 108

Session 108::Special Session for Learning Suppliers, Vendors, and Freelancers.Elliott Masie and Cushing Anderson got us (learning vendors) together to give us some of their insights on the industry. Again, more thinking follows, but the biggest thought for me was this (again, paraphrased)We need to find…

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Learning 2007::Morning Session

Sorry for the loss of momentum... lack of connectivity is a blogging killer.We got started this morning at 8am with another excellent general session. Again, great guests.Dan Pink, author of A Whole New Mind, was certainly interesting. He had a number of interesting things to…

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Learning 2007::Opening Session

Part of the excitement about attending a conference like Learning 2007 is that it isn't about SCORM and the related technologies exclusively.Highlights of the session for me:Elliott, as he is wont to do, sent us to talk to two people we didn't know. In each…

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Learning 2007::Getting Started

A quick note of warning... several posts are forthcoming on Learning 2007, a conference put on by Elliott Masie and his crew. Each year, I attend several conferences related to SCORM and the eLearning industry. Some are exciting, others are not.Put simply, this is a…

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It’s Getting a Bit Crowded In Here

Three Mondays ago, we got a resume from a guy down in Orlando named Lewis Vance. We liked his brains and we liked his vibe. Two Mondays ago, "Andy" Vance stopped in to interview after spending the weekend driving the tractor on his Dad's Tennessee…

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It’s getting a bit crowded in here…

Three Mondays ago, we got a resume from a guy down in Orlando named Lewis Vance. We liked his brains and we liked his vibe.Two Mondays ago, "Andy" Vance stopped in to interview after spending the weekend driving the tractor on his Dad's Tennessee farm.…

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Convert C# to Java Source Code

The users of our SCORM Engine predominantly run their LMS's on the Windows platform. To best serve their needs we coded the SCORM Engine using C# on the ASP.NET platform. We've long known that we were ignoring the significant population of customers who prefer to…

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Growing Up

Just like your kids, it can be amazing how fast your business grows up. It happens in bits and pieces and it's not until you take a moment to look back a couple years that you realize just how far you've come. For the second…

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We’re Hiring Again

We currently trying to add two more exceptional people. We're looking for a software architect/engineer and a UI specialist. Job descriptions are below, if you're interested, please email us at jobs@scorm.com. Software Architect My name is Tim Martin, I own this company with one other…

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Happy Customers

Getting on the federal government's GSA schedule is a pain in the neck. Luckily we have a great assistant in Jean to trek through all the rigamarole. Step #472 Part Q involves a thorough investigation of your company's background and success in working with clients.…

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SDA Studio Kft :: SCORM Certified for 1.2 and 2004

Congratulations are in order for SDA Studio Kft as well. In November, they completed the SCORM 2004 2nd Edition Certification of their Neptun.Net platform. This follows their prior SCORM 1.2 Certification in November 2005. SDA Studio Kft is the leading provider of online training in…

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Webstudy :: SCORM 2004 Certified on the SCORM Engine

I want to offer congratulations to one of our customers, Webstudy, on their SCORM 2004 Certification in October of last year. Webstudy brings a unique perspective from its close alliances with college consortia. By listening to instructors and administrators that make up the consortia, Webstudy…

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