Tigers have no natural predators. They love water and are great swimmers. Oh... and they purr as well as roar.
While no two tigers are striped exactly the same (stripes even vary on each side of the animal), all tigers have a set of three lines on their forehead as represented by Wang - the Chinese symbol for King.
This Chinese character features three transverse lines representing the heaven, people and earth respectively.
When linked by the vertical line "|", a character comes into being representing the one owning the absolute authority of the world, the king.
Of the eight sub-species of tiger, three—the Caspian, Balinese, and Javan—are considered extinct, and the remaining five are critically endangered.
Estimates put the most numerous of the tigers, the Bengal, at 3,000–5,000 in the wild, primarily in India. This is more than the other four sub-species combined.
Welcome to Tigeronomy Software
Software and Website Development
Tigeronomy Software can help your organization realize increased profits and cost savings by providing the appropriate software "fit" to address your needs. Some recent accomplishments:
- Added some more content on the Jet (Access) SQL page.
- Current projects include developing websites for an established college fraternity and an auto body shop. Finished development of a shipping rate calculator tool for on-line shopping carts with versions for PHP, ASP.NET and ActionScript 3 (Flash). Recently added an image gallery for the Muskego Historical Society website.
- I added a new Access 2007 demo that uses the Bing search engine to return search results for your query text. This demonstrates calling the Bing Web Service using the recently release 2.0 API, translating XML results into Jet SQL statements using XML stylesheet (XSLT) technology and using those SQL statements to save the results to a table for display to the user.
- I added a new sub-classing demo in the Downloads section. This app has been around awhile but it is a useful and fun coding exercise disguised as the Hangman game. I've cleaned up the code a bit so have some fun with it.
- My wife, Laura, is an artist specializing in primitive American art. I'm an art enthusiast as well, so helping Jeff Trendel with his initial web site was a labor of love. Jeff rescues valuable rare wood (primarily Cuban Mahogany) from becoming scrap and creates beautiful pieces of art from them. Working with him was a rewarding experience and Tigeronomy is proud to introduce his web site to the Internet community.
- I'm working with the great folks at New England Village, a residential facility for adults with developmental disabilities. Hopefully you've felt that incredibly rewarding feeling of volunteering to help others. With the current economic situation I'm not as busy and the respite provides a great opportunity to re-pay some dues I owe.
Visit the Gallery page to see these example projects from Tigeronomy Software and other past projects.
This site serves as both a presence on the Internet for Tigeronomy Software, my software business venture, and as a resource for other developers. The business portion of the site is essentially finished and future enhancements will primarily be the addition of more developer resources in the form of links, code samples and downloads.
Have VBA code, XML or HTML code that you want to display on a webpage?
Use our handy on-line code convertor that makes easy work of converting those lesser-than and greater-than characters to their entity code representation. The Code Convertor can also convert VBA code to "postable" HTML and the converted code will use VBA syntax-coloring! We used it for all the examples on our code sample page.
Tigers are incredible beautiful animals that may disappear in our lifetimes. In the past century, the world has lost three of the eight tiger subspecies. The Bali, Caspian, and Javan tigers have all become extinct. Scientists believe the South China tiger is essentially extinct with all known individuals found only in captivity. Please consider contributing to help save this unique creature.