|PH&V Information Services provides knowledgeable, experienced consulting services to clients creating modern applications in .NET. Clients include Volvo Heavy Equipment, Microsoft, Canadian Imperial Bank of Canada, Service Brands International and Stemco (the BatRF system for tracking RFID information for the trucking industry).
PH&V expertise includes database design, SOA architecture, and user interface design.
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|PH&V Information Services' principal has written several books and provided technical writing services to a variety of clients, including Microsoft. His most recent book is "rtfm*: the little book on how to write so that you'll actually get read". Peter has also edited several industry journals including Smart Access, XML Developer, and Advisor Guide. He has written numerous articles for a wide variety of magazines including Information Week, Contract Professional, and Datamation. Currently, Peter is the Products Editor for Visual Studio Magazine and writes their Practical .NET column. Addison-Wesley published Peter's most recent book Practical Code Generation with .NET.
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|PH&V Information Services provides training services in software development and management, primarily through Learning Tree International. In addition to teaching various courses (.NET Design Patterns and Best Practices, SharePoint development, Programming C# Advanced Features,
Negotiation Skills, MBA Essentials, and Business Communication, among others), PH&V has written the company's Service Oriented Architecture design course, their UX/UI design course, and their technical writing course. Peter was also part of the development team for both the "Introduction to Knowledge Management" and "Applying Strategic Thinking to Operational Management" courses.
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