Sabet, MSCM, PE
President / CEO
Sabet is a very enthusiastic instructor, helpful, and dedicated. She has specifically
focused on teaching engineering and many .NET classes for the past ten years and has
created a great set of project-based courses since its inception. She is excited
about the power of engineering in creating simple solutions to complex problems.
She has developed this web site using ASP.NET, C#, and Visual Studio .NET to train
the students to deeply and comfortably interact with the course content during her
Sabet has been an outstanding engineer for the past 20 years. She is a Registered
Professional Engineer in the State of Washington and Oregon. She has solved many
engineering problems through the use of software development tools. She has primarily
used programming tools to assist with structural seismic and wind analysis on many
unique and high-rise projects including Safeco Field, Mariner's Stadium, Escala
(Gold Award Winner High-rise Building) in downtown Seattle. Sabet is currently at
Tetra-Tech working on the Panama Canal Expansion for Pacific and Atlantic Site, helping
to design the New International Third Set of Lock Complex.
Here's what the students say about Sabet's teaching and presentation style:
"Sabet was an excellent instructor and made me unafraid to learn more."
"Sabet brought programming alive to me. She was by far one of the most prepared
instructors I have come across. I wish there were more instructors like her."
"Sabet gave me a lot of knowledge and the confidence to continue studying."
"Sabet has a great knack for simplifying complex concepts and making the class fun.
She's also very generous with her time, providing great comments and further learning
- "It was a miracle that even a non-programmer like me could follow."
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Dan has been a software developer for the past 20 years. He has obtained a patent
for Client-Side control of controls loaded by a browser.
He has worked on many diverse and complex projects including Microsoft Money, Microrim's
R:Base for Windows, and Microsoft Visual Studio. He currently consults for many startups in the Seattle and Dallas area.
He has taught C, C++, MFC, OLE, COM, and other programming classes for the past
12 years at Bellevue Community College and for many software companies including
Microsoft. Now he is focused on C#/.NET development.
Here's what the students say about Dan's teaching and presentation style:
"Not only was the instructor knowledgeable about the subject but he knew how to
"He gave excellent explanations and really knew the material inside and out."
"I enjoyed Dan's use of humor in the class and yet very professional teaching style."