Arlington Heights, IL
Implemented web layout and navigation for ‘Software Gauge Factory’ (Organizational Common Metrics)
Co-authored process improvement procedure and assisted in other process improvement efforts.
Developed and maintained project's intranet site. Engineered CGI scripts to allow users to access up-to-the-minute and customized information from various databases, as well as facilitate paperless communication. Automated many maintenance tasks.
Built tools and reports for time management, and Oracle database with associated information (using SQL and other database tools).
Extensive programming in the UNIX environment using a variety of languages and utilities (Including Perl, Tcl, various UNIX shells, along with other languages and tools.)
Developed web-based reporting tools for automatically generating metrics for the HLR41 project
Created tools to extract data from change control database and generate reports and metrics.
College Station, TX
|Developed database and front-end interface for management and manipulation of interlibrary loan records. Converted existing records to new database.
Primary developer of instructional handouts web site; instructed others in procedures to continue to develop the site and convert existing documents to HTML and Acrobat format.
Developed CGI web-based graphical locator map and database for acquisitions and cataloging departments.
Assisted in day to day maintenance of over 100 computers connected in a Novell LAN network; provided basic hardware and software assistance to computer users, including basic computer maintenance and installation.
Member of team of computer assistants that developed and implemented procedures to simplify the computer operations of the library.
Prototyped remote NT network for library staff use.
1998 - 1999 University of Chicago Chicago, IL
MS in Computer Science
Relevant coursework in web development, operating systems, networking, Java (applets and servlets), and intellectual property law
Degree to be conferred December 1999.
1992 - 1997 Texas A&M University College Station, TXBA Political Science with linguistics concentration
Graduated Magna Cum Laude with University and Foundation Honors.
Member of Student Engineers Council, Roadrunners Running Club, KANM student radio (DJ), Battalion newspaper (columnist), and Genetics Club.
Normandy study abroad fellowship in Caen, France.
Church mission in Argentina: responsible for leadership of church units, religious instruction, language translation and other basic service.
Literacy Volunteers of America: Assisted with computers in family empowerment program; translated for Spanish speakers.
Boy Scouts of America: participated and organized service activities; earned Eagle Scout award; served in leadership positions.
Schools: engaged in many volunteer activities at local elementary school.
Spanish: fluency, both spoken and written.
French: basic conversational ability; intermediate reading skills.
Portuguese, Italian, Romanian: basic reading skills.
UNIX: SunOS/Solaris, Linux, Xwindows, TCL, TK, Expect, Perl, Shell Scripting.
Other Operating Systems: Windows (3.1, 95, 98 NT), MS-DOS, VMS, MAC.
Networking: Novell, Windows NT, GroupWare, UNIX.
Database: MS Access, Oracle 7, Filemaker Pro, Sybase, Informix, SQL queries, database design and implementation
Applications: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, WordPerfect, Quattro Pro, Lotus, Framemaker, AmiPro, Interleaf, MS Frontpage, MS Project.
Other languages: C, C++, Pascal, Fortran, BASIC, Prolog, Assembly.