Welcome to W3dzine.net, We are a small business, like yourself, with fantastic tools to help make your web page successful. It is one thing to have a wonderful web page design with pretty colors, flashes of light and animation; it is another, to have your web page be successful at bringing you business with money in the door. We have the tools and the training to make you successful on the web.
We have been hosting websites since 1999. We offer a variety of services from simple web hosting to online applications and database interfaces. We also have professional graphics artists who specialize in online graphics, including making them fast loading, while still looking great!
Our programming staff have been working with online database applications for several years and are very proficient! We have experience with PHP, Perl, C, VB.NET, Java, J#.NET just to name a few. We also work with databases like mySQL and posgreSQL.
Whatever your need we can help your business succeed!
Owner Profile Visit (HarleySGreen.com)
W3dzine.net was founded by Harley Green in 1999. While in high school Harley developed many websites for local business in the Walla Walla, Washington area. In addition to these websites Harley developed applications with PHP and mySQL for Pacific Computer Technologies (www.buypct.com), as a contractor through W3dzine.net.
In 2004 when Harley graduated from Walla Walla Valley Acadmey (www.wwva.org) he was the first in the history of the school to walk with the enriched diploma in Computer Science.
While at the University of Southern California (www.usc.edu), majoring in Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS) Harley furthered both his professional and technical skills.
After just one year at USC Harley started working for The Aerospace Corporation (www.aero.org) in El Segundo, CA during summers.
While classes were in session Harley works part-time for the USC Center for Systems and Software Engineering (csse.usc.edu) as well as being heavily involved with the International Social & Professional Fraternity of Engineers - Sigma Phi Delta (www.spdalpha.com).
During Harley's final semester at USC he served as the president his fraternity (Sigma Phi Delta),
bringing greater communication and involvement between the fraternity and the university through the founding of
the Independent Greek Council at USC. All while working part-time at The Aerospace Corporation and taking 19 units of upper-division engineering and math courses.
After graduating a semester early in the Fall of 2007, Harley accepted a full-time position at The Aerospace Corporation's Network Systems Department.