Seven plus years of UNIX administration and support; prior to current career as Software Engineer, wrote shell applications and real-time code in such diverse areas as large scale memory, telemetry, and retail automotive outlets using Basic, Korn shell, relational database and assembler. Familiar with UNIX variants, AIX and SCO, personally proficient with sophisticated AIX elements such as Object Data Manager, IBM SP and HACMP support. Proficient in all variants of Windows.
SP Installation and Migration,
SP System Administration,
AIX Advanced System Administrator, San Jose 1997
Certificate Network System Administrator,
Certificate UNIX System Administrator,
DCE/DFS System Administration,
CBT SAP R3 General Ledger,
CBT SAP R3 General Ledger Process,
CBT Database Fundamentals, San Jose 1998
HTML, Business BASIC, BASIC, COBOL, FORTRAN, ASSEMBLY, Knowledgeman, UNIX Korn Shell, Lotus Notes 4 and 5 and JOVIAL
AIX Releases 4.1.5, 4.2.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3, 5.1.0, Red Hat Linux, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.x, SCO UNIX, SCO Open Server System V
Knowledgeman, Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes, Lotus 123, Photo Suite, Arts & Letter, MS Project
Staffing, San Jose, California
February 2000 to Present
Software Engineer III
Design, modify, develop, write and implement software programming applications. Support and/or install software applications. Participate in the testing process, through test review and analysis, test witnessing and certification of software. Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Perform a variety of complicated tasks. Lead and direct the work of others. Reporting directly to the projects, project lead or department manager. Use a wide degree of creativity and latitude. Resolve problems that detract from the performance of the production environment. Assist associates in the resolution of various AIX, Windows Desktop and application difficulties. Install DB2, CMVC, version control system, and new development subsystems. Install and configure IBM 7133 SSA RAID drive systems to function with IBM 9076 SP system. Responsible for the performance and functionality of fifty one computer systems, six Intel systems, two HP, two Sun, ten node SP and the six personal power RS6000 and Twenty five RS6000 Deskside servers. Provide level 2 support for companies workstation interface to server systems. Multi cell DCE/DFS administrator, responsible for interfacing multi production and test cell environments providing trusted multi cell data and user exchanges.
BMC, San Jose, California
September 1999 to December 1999
System Programmer IV
AIX system administrator and system support for BMC's QA and R&D Community. Resolved departments' environment problems, providing a stable working SP and AIX development environment. Responsible for the maintenance, recovery and configuration of the IBM environment. Resolved a development problem the Oracle DBA had while working in the AIX SP environment.
Task Group, San Jose, California
June 1997 - September 1999
Software Engineer, Network System Administrator
AIX administration and system support for IBM's Storage Systems Division, San Jose, building operating systems, debugging, diagnosing and repairing hardware. Generated more than fifty AIX servers, used throughout the plant site for software development. Frequently handle tightly scheduled migrations, e.g., in less than eight hours. Supported AIX Tools and Software Development Workbench.
Performance Center Inc.,
System Administrator, Account Manager, Accounting Manager, CIO, Sales Manager, Software Development Manager, Human Resource Manager, Benefits Manager, Purchasing Manager, Inventory Control Manager, Advertising Manager, Entrepreneur
Prior Employment (1966-1973):
General Electric: command/control satellite systems
TRW Aerospace: command/control satellite systems
Precision Instrument: S/370 interfaces, device drivers, and operating systems
Memorex Computer Systems: mainframe operating systems