What is a QR code?

January 2, 2012

A QR code is a Quick Response square-shaped barcode that can be scanned by smartphones to quickly provide additional information about a product, open a website, send an email, or to quickly transfer contact or vCard information to a smartphone. If you scan the QR code on this page with your smartphone QR reader app you can easily and quickly add my name, email, website URL, and other contact information to your cell phone contacts list. (I purposely left my phone number off of this particular QR code.)

WintersOnline Contact QR Code

WintersOnline Contact QR Code

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What is Content Management?

December 6, 2011

Typically, after a Web Developer has created a Web site for a client, the client cannot make modifications to their own Web site unless they ask (and usually pay) the person who created the site to make the changes for them. Not only may this be an extra expense, but it also takes away from the spontaneity of updating the Web site to reflect special sales or newsletters or blogs or a photo gallery, announcements, the change of seasonsĀ …
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Web Development Classes

December 4, 2011

I typically teach CGS2820C Web Development at the State College of Florida during the Fall and Spring termsĀ on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2:00-3:20 in building 18, room 202. Additionally, I often teach CGS2820C as a blended class on Tuesday evenings from 6:00-7:50.
For more information, see my online syllabus at http://faculty.scf.edu/winterf/SylCGS2820.htm


About Floyd Jay Winters

December 2, 2011

Hi – Welcome to the Blog for Floyd Jay Winters, Professor Computer Science at the State College of Florida.

My Business Websites is:
https://BradentonWebsiteDesign.com

My Graphic Artist can be found at:
http://BradentonGraphicDesign.com

I can design a Website for you and help you set a blog up on your Website.

This is a sample blog with a Read more… feature.

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