31 Blueberry Lane Wilton, NH 03086 (603) 654-6474
email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.halpernwightsoftware.com
I will take your project through all or any part of the software-development life-cycle, working either as a team leader or as an individual contributor. I ensure that the project's needs are considered at every level of detail. When programming, I avoid quick-and-dirty solutions in favor of maintainable, extensible and efficient implementations. I also document my work with clearly written specifications, design documents, and/or test plans. I am expert in a number of programming and scripting languages and am quick to pick up new languages or third party tools as needed for a particular task.
I have been writing network management and distributed applications since 1995, working on both the client and server/agent sides. I am conversant in SNMP and know how to read and interpret MIBs.
General: Object-oriented analysis and design (using UML), strong verbal and written communications skills, embedded systems, team leadership, software tools, graphical user interfaces.
Operating Systems: Unix (Linux, Solaris, Sun OS, HP-UX), MS Windows (95, NT, 2000), OS/2, MS-DOS, VAX/VMS.
Tools and Libraries: X.11/Motif, lex (flex), yacc (bison), Clearcase, CVS, Visual Studio, Rational Rose.
Network Software Development Experience (Consulting)
Note: This resume contains only experience directly related to network software development. For a more complete resume, please visit my home page at the URL below.
CLI Power Tools, Wilton, NH (12+ months - ongoing)
Nauticus Networks, Framingham, MA (9 months)
Tenor Networks, Acton, MA (7 months)
IPOptical, Dulles, VA (4 months)
Ironbridge Networks, Lexington, MA (23 months)
Xerox Corporation, Distributed Network Applications, Burlington, MA (4 months)
BMC Software, Inc., Waltham, MA (2.75 years)
Hampshire College, B.A. in Computer Science, May, 1983.
Thesis: Language Extensions for Improved Data Abstraction (a procedural language approximation of object-oriented concepts).
Book: The C++ Standard Library from Scratch, Que Publishing, November, 1999. An introduction to the C++ Standard Library, including STL, strings, and I/O streams. Guides the reader through the development of a working personal information manager (PIM) application using standard library facilities.
Training material: The C++ Standard Library, 1998. Approx. 110 pages of slide presentations, exercises (with solutions), and accompanying instructor's manual used to teach a two or three-day training for intermediate or advanced C++ programmers.
Article: "M and Robotics," with Max Rivers and James Poitras, M Computing, April, 1995.
References: Furnished on request
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