# <!-- //This clock tells you the exact days, hours, minutes, and seconds from a particular date. //var the Day = new Date ("January 1, 2001") *JDM 3/26/01 var theDay = new Date("June 10, 2006") //The day that you want to solve that it's how long from now. var DayTill //The string that is going to put all numbers together and make sense. function countdown() { var today = new Date() //Create an Date Object that contains today's date. var second = Math.floor((today.getTime() - theDay.getTime())/1000) //var second = Math.floor((theDay.getTime() - today.getTime())/1000) *JDM 3/26/01 Countdown /*Use getTime() to get the millisecond (1/1000 of a second) from now to theDay. and devide it into 1000 to get the seconds from now to theDay.*/ var minute = Math.floor(second/60) //Divide "second" into 60 to get the minute var hour = Math.floor(minute/60) //Divide "minute" into 60 to get the hour var day = Math.floor(hour/24) //Divide "hour" into 60 to get the day var year = Math.floor(day/365) // Divide "fay" into 365 to get the year CYear= year // Correct year CDay= day % 365 -1 //Correct day, after divide into 365, the remainder deposits here. CHour= hour % 24 //Correct hour, after divide into 24 CMinute= minute % 60 //Correct minute, after divide into 60, the remainder deposits here. CSecond= second % 60 //Correct second, after divide into 60, the remainder deposits here. DayTill = CYear + " yrs/" + CDay + " days/" + CHour + " hrs/" + CMinute + " mins/" + CSecond + " secs " //Rewrite the string to the correct information. document.clock.face.value = DayTill.toString() //Make the particular form chart become "Daytill" var counter = setTimeout("countdown()", 1000) //Create the timer "counter" that will automatic restart function countdown() again every second. } // --> Welcome to the world of the Moe-Man!

Hey there!  My name is Jason Meaux and  I was born and raised in Lafayette, LA, commonly referred to as the heart of Cajun Country.  I attended high school at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches, LA. Upon graduation from high school, I went on to receive my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.  After a brief stint in Computer Science Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, I decided to enter the workforce. In of June 1999, I became a software developer for Epic Systems Corporation, a nationally renowned healthcare software company in Madison.  After five years at Epic, I returned to school to purse my MBA as a part of the University of Washington MBA Class of 2006.  I am currently a Programmer Analyst with the Merchandising Systems group at Nordstrom Inc. in Seattle. WA.

As an undergraduate, I spent two summers working as a student intern at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, WA. My first summer, I was involved in a project to get the 31" telescope located at Rattlesnake Mountain Observatory to be controllable via the Internet.  The next summer I was involved in developing Visual Basic front-end programs to interact with a SQL database used for the FEMIS Project, a project centered on developing an electronic emergency management system for use at chemical weapons sites throughout the US.  During summer 1997, I worked for an oil company in Lafayette called OSCA Incorporated developing MS Access Databases.

I started graduate school in the fall of 1997, during which I served as a Unix/Visual C++ teaching assistant in the Computer Systems Lab.  After that first semester, I left school to participate in an eight month co-op at Lucent Technologies in Denver, CO.  While in Denver, I was involved in everything from web development to database work to Unix Shell Scripting.  I returned to school for the Fall 1998 semester as the teaching assistant for the Artificial Intelligence class.  Finally in December 1998, I decided CS grad school was not the place for me at that junction of my life and that what I really wanted was to gain some real-world experience.

After leaving school, I spent five months working for a genetic sequencing company in Sauk City, WI called GeneSys Technologies Inc. as a Visual C++ programmer.  Then in June 1999, I finally settled into a position at Epic Systems Corporation as a software developer for the Electronic Data Interface - Claims team, a part of the Resolute Professional Billing Team.  In June 2002, I was promoted to project lead for the Claims development team, followed in March 2003 by a second promotion to software developer team lead.  In August 2003, I ended my four year stint on the Claims Team and switched to the CPOE (Computer Physician Order Entry) team, which is a part of the EpicCare Inpatient application.

I next joined the University of Washington Full-Time MBA program in Fall 2004.  After completing my first year, I worked as a MBA intern in the Nordstrom Direct BIO group, the group responsible for handling the business side of Nordstrom's Internet and Catalog divisions.  In the Fall 2005, I had the opportunity to spend a semester abroad in India attending the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore.  Upon graduation, I returned to Nordstrom to work in their Merchandising Systems group.

Outside of school, my interests include sports (primarily college basketball and football), traveling (as of June 2006, I will have visited all fifty states, four Canadian Provinces, Mexico, France, and India), watching movies, and sitting around pondering the mysteries of the universe. Other than that, my goal is to take life one day at a time and just try to squeeze in as many cool experiences as possible.  As they say in southern Louisiana, “Laissez les bons temps roulez!”  Translation: Let the good times roll!

Days since my MBA graduation: June 10, 2006:

If you have any questions, just ask Kramer . . .

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Last updated 10/14/06