Dick Evans has
been in the tech industry for more than forty years. Beginning his
career in the 60's on IBM
he has been a Programmer, a Data Processing Manager (now called
Information Systems Manager), a Consultant, a Teacher, and a Writer.
the early days of computers, Dick was programming IBM 1401's using Autocoder.
Later on he founded a users group in New
England for users the IBM System/3s using the
programming language, which is still in
operation today. And he formed a Wang users group in Rhode Island for
Wang VS computers. He was later involved with the NEMUG group, the
users group for IBM Midrange computers. He served on the board and as
president of those groups and Webmaster NEMUG until 2009.
has been published in a number of computer publications and spoken at
conferences here in the US and abroad. He is currently retired from the
Rhode Island College and
consulting/writing part time, holding teaching seminars, and
maintaining a number of Web sites. He maintains a blog with
technical “stuff”, this Computing Web site at rwevans.com,
and a ministry site at
has authored a number of technical articles and books the last of which
a textbook which he used when teaching at Rhode Island
and Easy Web Sites”,
a step by step book on creating a simple site. and a new book on Kindle
still helps people with their computer issues and he does house calls.
Email your questions or give him a call.
Training monthly in SW Florida at the Charlotte
County Computer Group and
in Port Charlotte November-May at the Mid
County Regional Library and once a month at Heritage Oak Park in Port
Charlotte and in Englewood Florida.
Also available in Monticello, KY