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Lee Fesperman, Chief Executive Officer
Lee Fesperman Lee Fesperman is a software veteran that initially concentrated on Operating Systems and Programming Languages, implementing operating systems, compilers, interpreters and assemblers at IBM. In the mid 70s with the advent of Relational Technology, Lee began to move into the database arena. In the intervening years, he has implemented 3 complete RDBMSs, 2 with full SQL support.

Lee is an important figure in relational database technology. He participated in the great "Null Debate" in the mid 90s. He is a founder of the Database Debunkings site (http://www.dbdebunk.com), along with C. J. Date and Fabian Pascal. Lee authored a popular "SQL Tutorial" that is used by thousands of database developers' world wide. Lee is a pioneer in ODBC drivers, having implemented one of the first ODBC drivers. He participated in defining the ODBC 3.0 specification and is listed in Ken North’s ODBC Hall of Fame. He has developed JDBC Drivers for several leading database products and he has built a number of database applications, working with many more leading database products. Lee is also a known expert in the Java Programming Language. He is a frequent contributor to the Java newsgroups with several published articles including "Java Gotchas" in Java Pro magazine.

Contact FFE Software at 1-510-232-6800 or sales@firstsql.com if you have any questions.

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FirstSQL/J Enterprise Server v3.20



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iodbc - a complete console utility for database access using ODBC.


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SQL Tutorial
Java Objects in the Database Tutorial
Frequently Asked Questions
Extended Referential Integrity
Highly Available Databases
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Should Nulls be considered harmful?
Do DBMSs Process Subqueries Correctly?
Open Database Access and ODBC
Relational Databases, Do Users Benefit?
In Defense of Nulls
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