Mark D. Webb
|Dept:||Information Systems and Technology|
Attn: Mark D. Webb
411 W. Northmoor Road
Peoria, IL 61614
2016 Fall Term (August 15th, 2016–November 6th, 2016)
|CIS113: Introduction to Programming||AE||Joule||Arranged|
|CIS155: Java Programming||NF||128||Tu 6:00pm–9:30pm;
|CIS255: Java Programming II||NF||128||W 6:00pm–9:30pm;
Number of classes: 3
Work full time at State Farm Insurance as an I.T. Analyst. I'm a Java/Websphere developer. I've been at State Farm since 1989. I'm also an Adjunct instructor at I.C.C. I have taught operating systems, MS Office, Database, programming, command line, hardware, and various computer related classes. I also teach business math. I've been teaching at I.C.C. since 1996. In my spare time (if I have any), my wife and I can be found riding our matching full-dress Harley Davidsons. We have been all over the U.S.,and plan to visit all 48 states. I have three sons where my youngest is in Boy Scouts, where I have camped more in the past year, than I did in my younger life.
Bachelor of the Arts, 1995University of Illinois Springfield
B.A. in Management. Focus of class was under the theory of Mgt. of Frederic Hertzberg & Ken Blanchard. My professor in college was an understudy of Frederick Hertberg himself.
Associate in Applied Science, 1989Illinois Central College
A.S. degree in Data Processing technology. The main focus was Mainframe programming in COBOL/JCL.
Illinois Central College (1996–present)Adjunct Instructor
Started in 1996 teaching MS Office. Later started teaching Computer Science. Pre-2000 programming classes were over-flowing, so I was teaching VB.net to a FULL class of 24 each semester. Have since taught Computer Hardware (Maintenance), HTML, Database, Business math, and some Management classes.
State Farm Insurance (1989–present)I.T. Analyst
Began my career in 1989 as a Cobol programmer. Then a Lotus Notes programmer. Became an Training Advisor in the late 90's. Supported Data Cleansing, GIS, & various Business Intelligence Tools. Became a Websphere/Java developer in mid 2010.