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Your Environment. Your Health.

Beth Bowden, M.S.

Program Operations Branch

Beth Bowden, M.S.
Beth Bowden, M.S.
Special Volunteer
Tel 919-308-8723
30 Dansey Cir
Durham, NC

Beth Bowden is an Information Technology (IT) Specialist and provides IT support for NTP. She serves as a project officer or alternate on the NTP Information Systems Support contract. She has more than 20 years of IT experience in the federal government, for-profit and not-for-profit sectors.

Bowden is interested in open source software development, application frameworks and design patterns. In her spare time, she works toward her goal of knowing a programming language for each letter of the alphabet. Despite knowing 21 computer languages, she has covered only half of the alphabet and intends to continue her quest.

Bowden received both her B.S. in Information Systems Management in 1982 and her M.S. in Technology Management in 1995 from the University College, University of Maryland.

Selected Publications

  1. "Knowing And Meeting User Expectations Is Key To Designing Great Functions", CNet, 2003
  2. "Increase Code Reuse With Oracle User-Defined Aggregate Functions", CNet, 2003
  3. "Tweak Two XML Files To Easily Configure Your Struts Applications", CNet, 2003
  4. "Internationalize Your Struts Application For Multiple Locales", CNet, 2003
  5. "Clearing The Confusion About XML Databases", CNet, 2003
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