Microsoft engineer gives the lowdown on software



    A Microsoft systems engineer will speak to students and faculty tonight.

    “Internet Solutions in a Microsoft Environment,” will be Daren Stegelmeier’s topic, said Jared Brown, a senior from Huntington, W.Va., majoring in business management.

    He will demonstrate various programs such as Internet Explorer version 4.0; Active X, a program which allows users to write programs that create interactive websites; Front Page, a web development design program; as well as other Microsoft programs.

    Stegelmeier will use an overhead projector with a computer layout to show how the programs are used. He will set up a small web server.

    “I’ve heard him speak three or four times before,” said Tyler Crowder, an information systems graduate student from Powhatan, Va. “He is very dynamic and presents well.”

    Stegelmeier is a BYU graduate who now works in the intermountain west area. He travels to various companies making presentations and finding solutions using Microsoft programs.

    The lecture is free to all members of the Association for Systems Management. All others will need to pay $2.

    Everyone attending will be eligible for a raffle. Software, such as Windows NT and Visual Basic will be given away.

    The lecture will take place in 251 TNRB at 7:00 p.m.

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