By: Clay Shannon
Abstract: Music and humanities professor/JEDI director Alan C. Moore talks about the relationship between music and programming, JEDI and .NET, Kentucky, Tahiti, killer hot peppers, and makes a shocking admission.
Alan, you are obviously heavily involving in programming, and you are a professor, and yet you are not a professor of computer science but rather of Music Theory and the Humanities. How did that come about?
Finally, the question I always like to ask: What would you rather eat: the fat from behind a caribou's eyeball, or a frosted poptart?
Is there some way of combining the two into a gourmet meal?
I am tempted to say yes, but I'll leave that as an exercise to the reader.
This interview was conducted via email June 2003.
Clay Shannon is a Borland and PDA-certified Delphi developer and the author of "Tomes of Delphi: Developer's Guide to Troubleshooting" (Wordware, 2001) as well as the novel he claims is the strangest one ever written, "the Wacky Misadventures of Warble McGorkle" (see Wacky Warble, etc. for more information on the 4 Novels application, which contains this and three other novels he has penned).
You can find out more about Clay at: http://hometown.aol.com/bclayshannon/myhomepage/index.html
You can look into Clay's shareware and determine his current availability at: http://hometown.aol.com/bclayshannon/myhomepage/business.html
You can contact him at: BClayShannon@aol.com
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