Ken’s Background & Contact Information
Ken worked at Honeywell Underseas Systems Division in the Twin Cities
from 1978 until 1992, where he led the development of database
applications for more than 20 departments. He started a user group which
grew to 200+ members. In 1992 he left Honeywell to start his own
business in database development, and by 2000 he had added website
design to his portfolio of services.
Ken is now semi-retired, but he continues to support several database clients, in some
cases using remote connections to their networks. In addition, he works with clients to
develop a web presence, focusing primarily on small companies establishing their initial
websites. Among his associates are folks with far greater creative vision and high-tech
skills who can take over when a client is ready to transition to a more ambitious website.
In the fall of 2009, Ken’s career came full circle, when he began teaching Continuing
Education courses at the University of Wisconsin’s Sheboygan campus. He began his
career as an English teacher; his resume includes technical writing, marketing
communications, database design & web development, teaching classes in database
design & web development, and consulting in these areas of expertise.
Ken is a graduate of Northern Michigan University. When not at his computer, he’s
likely spending time with his wife or grandkids, riding his motorcycle, driving his old
Mustang convertible, kayaking, or skiing. He also operates the busiest English-
language website devoted to the sport of ski jumping ... there’s a link at left.
aviceda is the name of a south pacific bird of prey ... we chose it just because we liked it
The photo above is a view
of the Feed Mill Shops in
downtown Elkhart Lake WI.
A wonderfully preserved
little resort town on a clear
blue lake, it’s also the
home town of one of the
world’s premier road racing
circuits, Road America.
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