Peningo Systems, Inc.

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Technical Areas:

Twenty years experience. Tivoli Consultant with a strong background in Tivoli Architecture, Tivoli Access Manager, Tivoli Identity Manager, DM - ITM
upgrades, IDI / IDS, Tivoli Decision Support  / TDS (5 years+), TEC, Framework, MQ Series Administration, TSM and NetView.

Education:
University of Wisconsin - Madison
B. S. Electrical & Computer Engineering with a Minor on AV Production/Audio Engineering

Certifications:
TIVOLI Consultant Certification, SQA Certification, FORSITE Certification

Hardware/Software (IT Skills):
IBM PC, Macintosh, Sun Workstation, HP, SGI, AIX, VAX, OS/390, Siebel, FileNet, SAP (CRM,HRM,FMS), LDAP, BEA, JDK 1.41, Real-time embedded
programming, MFC, WIN32API, Visual C#, XML, PHP, VB6, CSS, Studio. Net, Active X, ForeSite, C, C++, Assembler [68xxx, 80xx], Pascal, FORTRAN, PERL,
CGI, HTML, DHTML, Voice xml,  Flash MX, Shell, SQA, ASP, NetDynamics(JAVA), JAVA, J2EE, ADA, JCL, WinBatch, REXX
UNIX, AIX, Solaris, MS-DOS, Windows 3.X, Windows 9X, NT, 2000, Advanced Server 2000, Site Server, ME, XP-Pro, LINUX, OS X.1, Netware, Lotus Notes,
Dreamweaver – Ultra Dev 4, Premier
TIVOLI, WebSphere, Weblogic, SQL Server, Apache Web Server,  MS Access, IIS, Sybase 11, Oracle, Visual Source Safe, Clear Case, DVD authoring

Experience:

January 2003 – Current
Independent Contractor, Woodland Hills, CA.

IBM, LAMN, WARNER / CHAPPELL, BIG SOUND RECORDS, WESTERN WIRELESS, DEPT. OF LABOR & INDUSTRY, Independent Contractor, Consultant / Multi
Media Specialist. Much of my work I am doing is used by clients to identify customers and purchase habits/demographics, increase revenue, and improve
efficiency by way of scripting or/and IT/Tivoli Architecture (Tivoli Access Manager, Tivoli Identity Manager, DM - ITM upgrade and others). In addition I also
develop tools to support marketing/advertising (programming, and application integration, infrastructure) as well as to develop, produce and present
new or improved strategies or/and product (enhancements) and lastly to generate new business and expand client market share by identifying additional
markets for existing products and services. In addition I have provided training and or enhanced training curriculum in various multi media formats. I
assist Farmers Insurance on behalf of IBM with Software Distribution support and TME support.


January  2003 – May 2003
Ciber, Inc. (Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry), Harrisburg, Pa.
Position: Sr. Consultant/ Tivoli Lead / Architect

Assessed the Infrastructure and the current Tivoli Architecture(s)
Made recommendations based on findings to improve overall availability and performance
Responsible for leading the architecture, development and deployment Tivoli
• System and enterprise management tools (B2B Applications, Tivoli, BMC Patrol,TSM, Tivoli Access Manager, Tivoli Identity Manager)
- multiple environments (i.e. test, dev, qa, prod), IBM Tivoli migration (i.e. DM3.7 – ITM5,    NetView 5 – 6.1, etc)
• Middleware (Oracle, SQL.)
• Web Application Platforms and Services (WebSphere MQ Series, .NET, XML, XSLT, Voice XML,)
• Capacity planning and monitoring tools
• Directory services (LDAP)
• Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration Platforms (MS Exchange, Lotus Notes, etc.)
• Developed and Presented kick off presentation (Visio, Excel, Power Point, Word, MS Project)
•        Make recommendations where Tivoli Best Practice was concerned
•        Develop Test Plans / General Documentation
•        Provided Technical guidance and direction to Team
•        Debug problems with IT infrastructure ‘s
•        Installed and configured NetView for Network discovery on client sites
•        Provide Tivoli training
•        Lead meetings for Tivoli
•        Providing on-going Tivoli Support
•        Utilizing MS Project /Office 2000/Motorola V60 to manage project


October 2002 – December 2002
IBM (Pepsi, Frito Lay’s, Tropicana, Quaker), Dallas, TX.
Position: Sr. Consultant/ Tivoli Self-Healing Architect

•        Assessed the Infrastructure and the current Tivoli Architecture(s)
•        Made recommendations based on findings to improve overall availability and performance
•        Responsible for leading the architecture, development and deployment of a Custom Tivoli Self Healing application as well as Supporting the
Migration effort concerning the integration of multiple versions of Distributed Monitoring (3.6, 3.7 ITM5: Tivoli Monitoring), TSM, Software Distribution,
Inventory, Tivoli Access Manager, Tivoli Identity Manager and Tivoli Enterprise Console applications.
•        Developed & Wrote custom code in Batch, Perl, Java, Bash per requirements
•        Developed and Presented kick off presentation (Visio, Excel, Power Point, Word, MS Project)
•        Made recommendations where Tivoli Best Practice was concerned
•        Architected Netware Software Distribution Solution
•        Developed Test Plans for the Custom Tivoli Self Healing application
•        Developed General Documentation (Application Matrix User Guide)
•        Provided Technical guidance and direction to TEC/Programming Team
•        Debugged problems with development environment
•        Ported developed code to QA (used VC#.net and VB.net to QA)
•        Provided Tivoli training
•        utilized Dreamweaver  to edit and provide training templates for developers & tivoli staff
•        Lead meetings for Tivoli Self-Healing Dynamics
•        Provided on going Tivoli Support
•        Utilized Project 98/Motorola V60 to manage project within Pepsi, Frito Lay’s, Tropicana, Quaker /IBM (reviewed project plan for Tivoli Self-Healing
TME infrastructure)


IBM (Wendy’s), Dublin, OH.
October 2002 – November 2002
Position: Sr. Consultant / Lead ESM (TSD) Engineer

•        Responsible for leading the deployment & Re SCIM of Tivoli Service Desk (ESM) according to best Tivoli practice per Wendy’s requirements &
environment
•        Providing ongoing leadership and consulting
•        Consulted on existing Wendy’s Tivoli Service Desk Architecture
•        LDAP Directory - iPlanet, SunONE, Critical Path, Access360
•        Developed Hybrid Problem and Hybrid Granular SCIM’s
•        Consulted on Backup & Recovery via TSM
•        Helped to define, refine and collect Wendy’s Business Process, Asset Categories, and Change Practices and model them in the TSD Product and
TME, TSM where applicable
•        Provided Knowledge base training
•        Developed ESM / Wendy’s Application’s Points of Integration to the Tivoli Service Desk
•        Responsible for answering the question from Wendy’s staff concerning Tivoli, as well as provide training
•        Utilized Dreamweaver to script Comprehensive  (Flash, Java Script, Java, HTML, VB.net, VC#.net,  PHP, WebShere Integration)
•        ESM/Tivoli Service Desk Training;
•        Developed custom Web Front End SCIM (VB.net,VC#.net and Dreamweaver/Flash) complete with online training documentation and examples
preview per Wendy’s Infrastructure.
•        Utilized Project 98/Palm VII to manage project within Wendy’s/IBM (reviewed project plan for Tivoli Service Desk, TME infrastructure)


KAISER PERMANENTE, Pasadena, Ca.
August 2001 – April 2002
Position: Application Systems Manager /Lead Tivoli Developer

•        Created software packages via Tivoli Software Distribution 4 to install custom Java / Perl  process monitor scripts into the Kaiser production server
environment
•        Responsible for providing architecture and integration recommendations concerning Kaiser’s Tivoli Infrastructure with respect to Java Integration
into: Inventory, TEC, DM, SW, TDS, Framework, MQ Series Administration, TSM and NetView
•        Responsible for providing architecture design and integration recommendations concerning Masters, CIS Core, and the National Interface Engine
(all have java engines)
•        Enhanced the Tivoli Architecture at Kaiser specifically concerning EASM /Tivoli Infrastructure &
•        Tivoli Storage Manager & HACMP
•        Developed process monitoring instrumentation scripts (Perl , Java & ksh); Created support and custom training documentation via Dreamweaver
and Flash for KPCS repository.
•        Wrote monitoring architecture document, detailed design specification and functional specification
•        Provided ongoing technical recommendations concerning Tivoli & software; provided technology consulting / production support
•        Provided test plan & template via Dreamweaver/Flash
•        Identified errors, made recommendations and worked with teams to resolve; provided best Tivoli practice per KP requirements
•        Lead Tivoli Updates and Masters Updates at bi-weekly Application Systems Management meetings
•        Created functional specification, detailed specification for the monitoring of the Masters application
•        Designed/Programmed prototype according to the functional specification and detailed specification for monitoring of the Masters application at KP
•        Developed procedures, implementation plans, QA test plans with documentation to support the Masters, NIE, Core CIS applications as well as Tivoli
and EASM at KP
•        Responsible for answering the question from KP-CIS staff concerning Java Interface to Tivoli, NIE testing, Masters Testing and Core CIS testing, as
well as provide general training
•        Designed various configurations for Tivoli & EASM to meet KP-CIS requirements
•        Designed Log file Adapter interface based on MQ Series / Kaiser requirements
•        Utilized Project 98/Palm VII to assist management in ASM/ERP activities
•        Participated in CRM development

TIAA-CREF, New York, NY.
October 2000 – August 2001
Position: Sr. Tivoli Developer / Consultant / Lead Tivoli Engineer
•        Responsible for providing architecture and integration recommendations concerning GSO, Tivoli Secure Way, Tivoli Software Distribution, Policy
Director and the General TME at TIAA-CREF (MDIST, Gateway, wrpt)
•        Developed and presented Proof of Concept (POC) demo for TSAM (Tivoli Server Application Migration)
•        Completed the Software Distribution / TEC upgrade including paging and notification matrix
•        Configured Software Distribution Source Host (IIS, WebSphere, CGI, JAVA, HTML, Dreamweaver, Flash, XML, PERL, ASP, Servlet, JSP)
•        Developed custom TIAA-CREF Visual Basic TME Interface (MS Registry)
•        Provided ongoing technical leadership concerning software distribution, and overall ERP/TME & TSM  performance
•        Developed custom 3 tier TSAM (Tivoli Server Application Migration) for non-TME users (VB, ASP, HTML, Dreamweaver, Flash,  JAVA, Perl, REXX,
Wise) complete with online documentation and examples.
•        Developed Visual Basic to TEC interface
•        Maintained and enhanced endpoint configurations/environments w.r.t. Software Distribution (95,98, NT, and 2000)
•        Provided individual Framework, Remote Control, Distributed Monitoring, TEC, Inventory and Software Distribution Training
•        Provided overall guidelines for TME optimization and performance at TIAA-CREF
•        Participated in Tivoli Server Migration Application meetings (TSAM)
•        Configured Oracle Lite, WebSphere, Java
•        Provided custom file package maintenance and migration scripts for Software Distribution
•        Developed short-term storage architecture and solutions
•        Responsible for leading the deployment of TSAM according to best Tivoli practice per TIAA-CREF (CRM, ERP) requirements
•        Consulted on Tivoli Decision Support (TDS)
•        Developed custom TIAA-CREF architecture concerning TEC – Software Distribution – Tivoli Decision Support
•        Created functional specification, detailed specification for TSAM
•        Programmed prototype according to the functional specification and detailed specification for TSAM at TIAA-CREF
•        Helped to identify staffing requirements to support Tivoli and TSAM at TIAA-CREF
•        Developed procedures with documentation to support Tivoli and TSAM at TIAA-CREF
•        Responsible for answering the question from TIAA-CREF staff concerning Tivoli & TSAM, as well as provide general training
•        Design various configurations for Tivoli & TSAM to meet TIAA-CREF requirements
•        Windows Security
•        Utilized Project 98/Palm VII to manage project within TIAA-CREF (created project plan for Tivoli and TSAM rollout)
•        Maintain TSAM, development, production and design/TEST environments at TIAA-CREF via Tivoli Storage Manager/ADSM

AMGEN, Thousand Oaks, Ca.
April 2000 – September 2000
Position: Sr. Tivoli Developer / Lead Tivoli Engineer
•        Responsible for leading the deployment of Tivoli Service Desk as well as TME rollout according to best Tivoli practice per AMGEN requirements
•        Modified / Completed existing AMGEN Tivoli Service Desk Architecture Documentation
•        Identified Hardware and Software requirements for Tivoli
•        Implemented Service Desk (TPM; TAM; TCM and TDS) on Win 95, NT and Solaris 2.6
•        Configured SCIM to AMGEN Specifications; Designed and Consulted on Backup & Recovery via TSM (ADSM upgrade)
•        Helped to define, refine and collect AMGEN Business Process, Asset Categories, and Change Practices and model them in the TSD Product and TME
where applicable
•        Installed and Configured Tivoli Decision Support (TDS); Integrated TEC with TSD
•        Modeled Vantive Functionality into Tivoli Service Desk (Created Vantive Transition to Tivoli Service Desk/ Knowlegeware, LDAP Meta Directory)
•        Developed ESM / AMGEN Application’s Points of Integration to the Tivoli Service Desk Documentation
•        Created Functional Specification, Detailed Specification for specialized Visual Basic interfaces & adapters to integrate E Serviceware Suite, Asset
Insight, Ether Page, and several other Custom Bio Tec Applications with Service Desk/Knowlegeware
•        Programmed prototype Interface according to the Functional Specification and Detailed Specification for TSD at AMGEN
•        Developed and Programmed Tivoli Service Desk Website utilizing Visual Basic, Java, HTML, and CGI to host AMGEN Tivoli Architecture, Processes
and General questions
•        Helped to identify staffing requirements to support Tivoli and Tivoli Service Desk at AMGEN (ERP and CRM)
•        Developed procedures with documentation to support Tivoli/ERP and Tivoli Service Desk at AMGEN
•        Responsible for answering the question from AMGEN staff concerning Tivoli, as well as provide training documentation and examples via
Dreamweaver, Active X, & Flash for the intranet repository
•        Design various configurations for Tivoli resources to meet AMGEN requirements
•        Provided Comprehensive Visual Basic (Active X; VBD, Web Integration) Training, Framework Training, TME 3.6 Overview Training as well as Tivoli
Service Desk Training
•        Utilized Dreamweaver to orchestrate overall  components (i.e Flash, Perl, Shell, TME) web enabled  training documentation
•        Utilized Project 98/Palm VII to manage project within AMGEN (created project plan for Tivoli Service Desk, TME/ GEM rollout)
•        Maintain Tivoli Service Desk Application’s in Pilot, Development, Production and Design Environments at AMGEN


Farmers Insurance Group, Los Angeles, Ca.
November 1999 – April 2000
Position: Sr. Tivoli Consultant / Tivoli Project Manager / ESM Manager
•        Responsible for leading the deployment of Tivoli NetView according to Farmer requirements.
•        Modified / Completed existing Farmers Tivoli Architecture Document (CRM, ERP, B2B)
o        Unix Security
o        MS Exchange Server
•        Identified Hardware and Software requirements for Tivoli
•        Implemented Service Desk (TPM; TAM; TCM and TDS,Tivoli Output Manger, Tivoli Workload Scheduler)
•        Created IBM High Availability Architecture then modified to Sun Environment
•        Created TME 3.6 Infrastructure and Installed TMR, TEC, NetView on AIX and Sun
•        Configured Tivoli/NetView/SAP Interface to Farmers Specifications
•        Provided Peoplesoft Integration requirements
•        Created specialized TEC adapters to integrate TEC with Service Desk
•        Wrote and implemented a shell script to detect Firewall intrusion Tivoli, AIX & Sun in the Farmers environment.
•        Generated custom implementation knowledgebase via SQL Server migrated from Access
•        Implemented Tivoli Workload Scheduler / Output Manager
•        Provided best practice recommendations concerning SLA/MQSeries/Filenet/Sielble/Maestro/Tivoli/Novadigm Radia/Netview escalations
•        Developed TME Website utilizing Java, HTML, and CGI to host Farmers Tivoli questions
•        Helped to identify staffing requirements to support Tivoli at Farmers
•        Developed procedures with documentation to support Tivoli at Farmers
•        Responsible for answering the questions from Farmers staff concerning Tivoli, as well as provide training and documentation for intranet.
•        Utilized Dreamweaver to orchestrate overall  components (i.e Flash, Perl, Shell, SAP, TME) for web enabled  training documentation
•        Design various configurations for Tivoli resources to meet Farmers requirements.
•        Provided Comprehensive Framework Training as well as TME 3.6 Overview Training
Utilized Project 98/ Palm VII to managed project within Farmers (created project plan for TME – NetView / Gem rollout)


American Honda, Torrance, Ca.
May – November 1999
Position: Sr. Client Server Support Engineer
•        Responsible certification of Custom Honda applications (VB/Power Builder) on existing desktop images.
•        Utilized Lotus Notes / Dreamweaver/Flash/Project 98 to manage time; intranet reporting, projects and resources
•        Reviewed Tivoli Architecture Strategy with respect to Software Distribution
•        Created custom desktop Images
•        Implemented the Gifts for Windows 2.0 to 3.5 Upgrade
•        Created various test plans for applications in conjunction with ADSM
•        Developed Technical Documentation for inhouse applications and then deployed to the intranet.
•        Certified data storage requirements (verified impact on infrastructure)
•        Created instructions on how to install various applications (BPS, RMS, Geomapping)
•        Implemented Citrix server and clients for Geomapping application
•        Provided Y2K testing and configuration on MVS separate LPAR
•        Configured Sybase/SAP for various Honda applications
•        Represented PC services on infrastructure impact for Ariba
•        Provided General ERP/Client Server support (CRM, B2B)
•        Utilized Dreamweaver to orchestrate overall  components (i.e Flash, Perl, Shell, SAP, TME, other inhous applications) for web enabled  training
documentation

AEGON, Louisville, KY.
November – April 1999
Position: Tivoli Project Manager

•        Responsible for leading the deployment of Tivoli according to AEGON requirements.
•        Utilized Project 98 to managed project within AEGON (created project plan for TME rollout)
•        Created AEGON Tivoli Architecture Document
•        Identified Hardware and Software requirements for Tivoli
•        Generated custom implementation knowledgebase via SQL Server migrated from Access
•        Developed TME Website utilizing Java, HTML, and CGI to host AEGON Tivoli questions
•        Created IBM High Availability Architecture
•        Created TME 3.6 Infrastructure and Installed TMR, TEC, NetView on AIX
•        Created specialized TEC adapters to integrate TEC with Software Artistry
•        Wrote and implemented shell scripts to automate various aspects of Tivoli, AIX and the AEGON environment.
•        Helped to identify staffing requirements to support Tivoli at AEGON.
•        Developed procedures with documentation to support Tivoli installation procedures.
•        Responsible for answering the questions of AEGON staff concerning Tivoli, as well as provide training.
•        Design various configurations for Tivoli resources (ERP/CRM) to meet AEGON requirements.
•        Developed and prototyped web applications in Visual Basic 6, Perl, Shell Script (Tivoli Support Page)
•        Provided Comprehensive Framework Training as well as TME 3.6 Overview Training completed with web enabled Documentation and Examples.
•        Utilized Dreamweaver (Flash, HTML, perl, shell) to deploy tivoli intranet training repository


EDS, El Segundo, CA.
July – November 1998
Position: Infrastructure Engineer

•        Responsible for leading the deployment of Tivoli according to OCR requirements.
•        Utilized Project 98 to managed project within EDS/OCR
•        Analyzed Tivoli Architecture and revised key aspects of documentation
•        Generated custom implementation knowledgebase via SQL Server migrated from Access
•        Developed TME Website utilizing Java, HTML, and CGI to host OCR Tivoli questions
•        Created High Availability Documentation and Mutual takeover environment
•        Created TME 3.6 Infrastructure and Installed TMR, TEC, NetView on AIX
•        Wrote and implemented shell scripts to automate various aspects of Tivoli, AIX and the OCR environment.
•        Helped to identify staffing requirements to support Tivoli at OCR.
•        Developed procedures with documentation to support Tivoli installation procedures.
•        Responsible for answering the questions of OCR staff concerning Tivoli, as well as provide training.
•        Debug and resolve problems associated with Tivoli in OCR (Architecture, Logical layout, and Product use).
•        Implement various configurations of Tivoli resources to meet OCR requirements.
•        Developed client server/web applications in Visual Basic 5, Perl, Shell Script (Tivoli Support Page)
•        Assisted in overall problem solving with respect to the OCR/TME implementation
•        Provided Comprehensive Framework ERP Training as well as TME 3.6 Overview Training
•        Utilized Dreamweaver to orchestrate overall  components (i.e Flash, Perl, Shell, SAP, TME) for web enabled  training documentation.


Southern California Edison, Irvine, CA.
April – July 1998
Position: Tivoli Specialist/Consultant

•        Responsible for supporting the deployment of Tivoli according to SCE requirements.
•        Wrote and implemented shell scripts to automate various aspects of Tivoli, AIX and the SCE environment.
•        Helped to identify staffing requirements to support Tivoli at SCE
•        Generated custom implementation knowlegebase
•        Developed procedures with documentation to support Tivoli installation procedures.
•        Responsible for answering the questions of SCE staff concerning Tivoli, as well as provide training.
•        Debug and resolve problems associated with Tivoli in SCE (Architecture, Logical layout, and Product use).
•        Implement various configurations of Tivoli resources to meet SCE requirements.
•        Developed client server/web applications in Visual Basic 5, Perl, Python, Shell Script, C and Visual C++
•        Assisted in overall problem solving with respect to the SCE/TME implementation
•        Supported and made ERP recommendations concerning Geo High Availability environment.



BDO Seidman LLP, Century City, CA.
October 1997 - April 1998
Position: Associate Consultant

•        Responsible for transition of OSICOM’s Intranet from Santa Barbara, CA. to Waltham, Massachusetts (incl. Java Script, Perl, SQL Server, PowerPoint,
Active X, HTML, and others)
•        Responsible for transition documentation for OSICOM Santa Barbara
•        Responsible for CD ROM development and duplication
•        Responsible for various internal training on the following applications (Access, Active X, browsers, GoldMine, ForeSite, NetDynamics, VB 5, Java,
HTML, and other internal applications at BDO)
•        Trained on Peoplesoft
•        Developed Extranet application for InSite Health Care (patient scheduling for MRI, X-Ray and CatScan)
•        Responsible for networking PC running Win 95/ Win 98 and NT, Sun, Mac


The Trinity Group, Houston, TX
October 1996 - October 1997
Position: Senior Tivoli Instructor/Consultant for Chicago
•        Responsible for site administration of classroom (12 Sun Workstations with 10 PCs running 95 & NT)
•        Responsible for training major companies on Tivoli (IBM) ~ 10 - 24+ students at a time
•        Responsible for providing solutions to student’s real life networks (over 10,000 heterogeneous machines)
•        Stayed current & certified on new IBM products w.r.t. TME 10 (Tivoli 3.l):
*Courier             *Sentry             *Inventory             *TME & TMP/GEM & Framework
*Console             *Toolkit            *Admin                  *Net.Commander
*Deployment      *Case Studies
•        Provided on-site training at the client's location
•        Developed Shell, Perl, Java, C, C++, Excel and Visual Basic 4.0 applications for training purposes
•        Reported directly to the Chief Technical Officer


Videojet International, Inc., Wooddale, IL.
June 1996 - October 1996
Position: Applied Research and Design Software Engineer/ Consultant
•        Responsible for the implementation of user defined language translations (i.e. Italian, Greek, German, Japanese aso.) via embedded coding.
•        Utilized Norton Utilities, Text Pad, Directory Freedom and Word Perfect to perform low-level editing, assembly, linking and archival documentation
correspondingly.
•        Wrote various testing applications in Visual Basic 3.0 & 4.0 and assembler (i.e. Intel's 8051).
•        Worked regularly with technicians to implement new translation features in various printers


Platinum Technology, Lisle, IL.
Nov. l995-May 1996
Position: Corporate Inside Representative/ Consultant
•        Generated marketing support software tools, written in C++ and Assembler
•        Produced specialized Excel/ Visual Basic applications to assist with sales cycle duties
•        Responsible for providing technical information to customers on Data Warehousing products (i.e. Repository, Info Pump, Info Refiner, Info Hub, Info
Sessions, Info Transport pricing)
•        Utilized Lotus notes for specific confidential applications
•        Managed & utilized confidential MMI system to support project management
•        Was familiar with customer's tools (i.e. Power Builder, SAP, MVS, UNIX, Informix, Oracle and Sybase)

P.B.P Entertainment, Los Angeles, CA.
1990 - Nov. 1995
Position: Engineer/ Consultant
•        Programmed in C++ and Visual Basic primarily for GUI development
•        Responsible for managing small staff and selecting programs to be used by department on Novell Network as well as generated specific multi media
protocol for unique audio/visual applications running on the Internet (HTML)
•        Provided customer service
•        Provided technical information and guidance to the purchasing department
•        Generated fast load and unload database management tools in assembler 80xx family


Motorola Corporation (CID), Arlington Heights, IL.
1988 - 1990
Position: Base Site Engineer
•        Devised and implemented cellular phone applications including unique and confidential compression algorithm
•        Managed special projects to streamline and upgrade company efficiency via in house training courses
•        Assisted in various division operations as needed, maintained data and transfer schemes
•        Developed Assembler program to perform normalized hand-off for cellular phone technology to improve reception in mountainous areas
{Assembler 8Oxx and 68xxx}, integrated via C, Basic, UNIX, Mac, IBM and Sun workstation
•        Field engineering as it pertains to PC downloading to cellular base site

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, Mass.
1987 - 1988
•        Responsible for researching key components for confidential radar masker
•        Responsible for presentation to MIT on how this masker should/can be applied to electronic countermeasure technology
•        Boundary and constraint programming (G)
•        Responsible for some transmission - gravity/light relationships effecting objects in space


IBM, East Fishkill, NY
1983 - 1986
•        Electronbeamspectroscopy as it pertains to Temporal Domain Reflectometry
•        Developed unique curve fitting techniques
•        Circuit design via CAD and confidential simulation programs
•        Test methodologies for VLSI


General Electric, Waukesha, WI.
1982 - 1983
Wrote Basic and Assembler (8Oxx) program used to monitor EMI assembly, testing and productivity
Interfaced with vendors, engineers, managers and production line staff
Compiled test procedures and published internal assembly and test manual


(References provided upon request)