Ion Freeman is a Manager in Strategic Services at DOOR3, a business process improvement consultancy in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. He has been architecting user-facing data-driven solutions on UNIX and Microsoft platforms since 1992, and is working on a book about matching business processes to installed enterprise software.
Ion has led software or process-improvement projects for Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound, Microsoft, HP, Lowe's Companies and Goldman Sachs.
Ion holds a joint Master's Degree from MIT's schools of Management and Engineering, and developed the five-layer model of process support there. He also has a BA from Rutgers Camden in Physics, and is a returned Peace Corps volunteer.
Ion is a mountain climber, marathoner and triathlete, and is getting married in March of 2009.
It sometimes happens that Web Server controls that visualize data
don't quite fit with the way that the data is actually held in the application. This shouldn't be an obstacle, as Ion Freeman
points out. To prove his point, he shows how to use Nested Sets with Treeview.… Read more