Robert J. Oberg
While at Wang, as a side project,
he wrote a course in
object-oriented C++ programming.
Robert J. Oberg is the founder and
CEO of Object Innovations. He was
educated as a mathematician,
receiving a Ph.D. from Harvard University
in 1969 and an A.B. from
University of California at Berkley in 1964.
He taught Mathematics at Knox College,
Statistics and Operations Research at
the University of Pennsylvania,
and Computer Science at
Framingham State College, serving as
Chairman of the Computer Science Department.
Since 1982 he has worked in the computer
industry. At Prime Computer he worked
as a software engineer for the CPU Group,
including projects such as the
development of a pipeline simulator
for a high-end CPU.
At Wang Laboratories he did client/server
work for the Imaging Group and was
a member of a team developing an
object management system.
In 1993 he started his own company,
which develops courseware on
such as C++, MFC, OLE, ActiveX,
COM/DCOM/COM+, Java and .NET.
Besides writing his own courses,
he has taught courses for
several leading training companies.
He is series editor for
The Integrated .NET Series
from Object Innovations and
Prentice Hall PTR.
He is the author of
Understanding and Programming COM+,
Introduction to C# Using .NET,
Application Development Using C# and .NET,
.NET Architecture and Programming Using Visual C++,
Application Development Using Visual Basic and .NET,
Programming Perl in the .NET Environment,
Introduction to Visual Basic Using .NET,
all published by Prentice Hall.
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