The Web Site of
Professor Steven Roman
Herein is an accounting of almost all of my life's work, including my:
Now that I am retired from teaching, I have more time to pursue other activities, such as woodworking and software development. My woodworking products (pens, bowls and other items) can be found on my web site The Pen Professor.
In the late 1990's, I started writing books on computer programming, with emphasis on Visual Basic and Microsoft Office applications. My first book was Access Database Design and Programming, published by O'Reilly. I also started a small consulting business in Office application programming. While I still do Office consulting, I also like to write small Windows utilities, some of which I will be offering here (under the 'Software' link on the left).
I have complied as a PDF file a collection of over 200 of Gian-Carlo Rota's delightful telegraphic reviews, along with a fascinating review by Gian-Carlo of the Schaum's Outline Series books in mathematics. I have also included his article The Lost Café about his friend Stanislaus Ulam. (All of this material appeared in the 1990's in my newsletter The Bulletin of Mathematics Books.) For more information, please click here.