HP-UX administration, including MC/ServiceGuard on 10.20, also limited deployment
on 11.0. Installation included SAN storage allocation on DEC/Compaq StorageWorks.
Integrated UNIX applications with VAX VMS and WinNT. Installed PHP development
tools and developed the communications protocol for the rollout of Best Transport, which
saved Alcoa over $100k in shipping costs in a single quarter. Lead Oracle administrator
for Siebel and Oracle Applications ERP installations running on 7.3.4, 8.0.5, and 8.1.5.
(October, 2000 - Present)
Lee Enterprises - Systems Analyst
Assumed lead development and administration role for over 300 websites.
Responsibilities included Linux server configuration, Sybase database administration,
backups, and maintenance. Developed the database layer for missoularealestate.com.
Maintained and enhanced thinkwisconsin.com. Developed generic tools used by all of
Lee's newsprint and broadcast holdings. Conducted extensive user training and
mentoring. Acted as lead technical interviewer for the department. Also assumed project
management responsibilities. (October, 1998 - October, 2000)
TRI-COR Industries, Inc. - Systems Analyst
Assumed DBA responsibilities for an implementation of IDI Software's BASIS document
management database running under HP-UX. Responsible for HP-UX administration.
Also maintained a 32-line ISP with Linux, which included ppp, telnet, ftp, SMB, and
virtual host services. (March, 1997 - October, 1998)
APAC Teleservices, Inc. - Programmer Analyst
Wrote scripts for SCO FOXBASE under SCO UNIX. Wrote Bourne shell scripts and
awk programs for automated FTP and general system maintenance. Interviewed
applicants and rated technical exposure. (December, 1996 - February, 1997)
Shamrock Computer Resources - Technical Consultant
Wrote and maintained a DCE authentication system. Provided support and HTML
documentation for Intersolv PVCS Version Manager. Compiled and administered the
Trusted Information Systems Firewall Toolkit. Wrote CGI applications in C.
Administered a DNS name server database. (November, 1995 - November, 1996)
St. Ambrose University - Computer Support Technician
Provided technical support for UNIX, DOS, and Macintosh computers. Maintained the
campus Ethernet network, a SCO UNIX system, and a laboratory of 30 DOS PCs.
Trained faculty in PC internet applications. Maintained the campus DNS and HTTP
servers. (March, 1995 - October, 1995)
Familiar with the computer programming languages C++, C, Java, and FORTRAN. Somewhat
familiar with PASCAL, FORTH, COBOL, LISP, and assembler for the M68000.
Extensive experience on UNIX equipment, IBM Personal Computers, and the Macintosh.
Have installed and administered web servers from Netscape, Apache, CERN, and
NCSA. Extensive experience with HTML. Have developed Java applets with the Java
AWT. Have implemented CGI servers with a variety of technologies, including PHP/FI,
Perl, PostgreSQL, Oracle Pro*C and DCE. Have written NSAPI modules for Netscape
Experience as system administrator/root user under a variety of platforms. Experience
with shell script programming under sh, csh, ksh, and bash. Exposure as a DBA with
Oracle, and also Sybase and PostgreSQL under Linux. Familiar with the administration
of BIND (named) internet name servers. Have compiled, installed, and maintained NIS
and NFS services. Have installed and maintained anonymous FTP services. Experience
with the Trusted Information Systems Firewall Toolkit and Linux IP Masquerade.
Have implemented security and access control with the tcpd wrapper utility. Have
implemented dialup PPP servers with PAP authentication (which included custom
patches to kernel and daemon code). Experience with the Interleaf publishing system for
UNIX. Have administered X Windows client and server software. Have used UNIX
equipment from Apollo, DEC, Encore, Intergraph, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, SCO, SGI,
Sun, and Texas Instruments.
Experience with SQL under Sybase, Oracle, Informix and Postgres. Have used
embedded SQL products for C and Perl. Familiar with the preparation and use of PHP.
Familiar with the POSIX development environment, including IPC, signals, and
filesystem access. Have programmed the TCP/IP socket interface in C. Have used threads
to implement parallel programs. Have developed Motif applications under X11R5.
Experience with lex and yacc.