Ralph Schoch

Ralph Schoch has been in the IT business for 19 years spending the bulk of that time doing what most IT folks do - business systems application development and maintenance. He confesses to contributing to the Y2K problem; after all those systems would never survive until 2000 (and to the best of my knowledge, they didn't). In the never-ending pursuit of building a better mouse trap, he has moved from mainframe applications programming to C/C++ on PC's, data modeling, object modeling superimposed on relational databases and meta data management. Ralph likes day trips and passing through places of historical interest or of just plain fascinating scenery and facts.

Doubts About El Dorado:

El Dorado: 1. A vaguely defined historical region and city of the New World, often thought to be in northern…