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Senior Web Developer

University of Advancing Technology


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University of Advancing Technology


Associate Professor of Software Programming

University of Advancing Technology


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www.sbl-site.org

University of Advancing Technology (UAT) instructor and senior web developer Joe McCormack has completed work on a web-based application that translates English words into cuneiform script from the Assyrian, Babylonian, Sumerian and the hieroglyphic script of Egyptian.
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www.christiansofiraq.com

TEMPE, AZ--(MARKET WIRE)--Aug 23, 2007 -- University of Advancing Technology (UAT) instructor and senior web developer Joe McCormack has completed work on a web-based application that translates English words into cuneiform script from the Assyrian, Babylonian, Sumerian and the hieroglyphic script of Egyptian.The tool may be seen at his website, virtualsecrets.com.The translator works by converting cuneiform and hieroglyphs, both used in the earliest forms of writing, into English words.For example, typing "I am a father" into the Ancient Egyptian translator yields hieroglyphs that roughly translate to "I am" and "father."The translator has been featured on several museum websites around the world and websites specializing in resources for the ancient world.McCormack, a UAT web developer by trade, worked more than 1,000 hours on researching the cuneiform and hieroglyphic and building the tool and its accompanying website.Inspiration for the project stemmed from his fascination with the science fiction television series "Stargate SG-1," which featured ancient Egyptian mythology and symbols as plot points.These caught McCormack's eye and lead to his research.The website translator engine took approximately an hour to create, with the language database occupying two hundred hours to line up cuneiforms and hieroglyphics with text descriptors and make a hierarchy to prioritize the information."One of the reasons something as big as what I've done hasn't been done before is that there are thousands and thousands of symbols," said McCormack.McCormack is talking with museums and institutions to garner further exposure.


www.azcentral.com

Joe McCormack, an associate professor of software programming at University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, said licensing issues and vendor contracts could further hinder businesses from gravitating away from Windows.
On the plus side, Google is developing Chrome OS on Linux, an "open source" operating-system platform, McCormack noted.


christiansofiraq.com [cached]

TEMPE, AZ--(MARKET WIRE)--Aug 23, 2007 -- University of Advancing Technology (UAT) instructor and senior web developer Joe McCormack has completed work on a web-based application that translates English words into cuneiform script from the Assyrian, Babylonian, Sumerian and the hieroglyphic script of Egyptian.
The tool may be seen at his website, virtualsecrets.com. The translator works by converting cuneiform and hieroglyphs, both used in the earliest forms of writing, into English words. For example, typing "I am a father" into the Ancient Egyptian translator yields hieroglyphs that roughly translate to "I am" and "father. The translator has been featured on several museum websites around the world and websites specializing in resources for the ancient world. McCormack, a UAT web developer by trade, worked more than 1,000 hours on researching the cuneiform and hieroglyphic and building the tool and its accompanying website. Inspiration for the project stemmed from his fascination with the science fiction television series "Stargate SG-1," which featured ancient Egyptian mythology and symbols as plot points. These caught McCormack's eye and lead to his research. The website translator engine took approximately an hour to create, with the language database occupying two hundred hours to line up cuneiforms and hieroglyphics with text descriptors and make a hierarchy to prioritize the information. "One of the reasons something as big as what I've done hasn't been done before is that there are thousands and thousands of symbols," said McCormack. McCormack is talking with museums and institutions to garner further exposure.


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TEMPE, AZ-(Marketwire - August 23, 2007) - University of Advancing Technology (UAT) instructor and senior web developer Joe McCormack has completed work on a web-based application that translates English words into cuneiform script from the Assyrian, Babylonian, Sumerian and the hieroglyphic script of Egyptian.The tool may be seen at his website, virtualsecrets.com.Posted in General | No Comments ,


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