|EDUCATION||Ohio University, 1990|
B.S. Computer Science
|EXPERIENCE||Information Dimensions, Incorporated, Dublin, OH|
|October 1995 to Present||Consulting Services Group,Principal Consultant/WEBmaster|
Work with internal and external clients developing and modifying document management applications for access via client/server applications as well as World Wide Web Browsers. Redesigned and constructed the Informations Dimensions Home Page, coordinating efforts of designers and marketing team members.
|March 1993 to October 1995||Customer Services Group, Applications Analyst
Worked with customers to solve system or user related technical problems with the BASISPlus, BASIS WEBserver, and BASIS Desktop knowledge management systems. Specialized in the UNIX based systems, and their interaction with the company's products, yet maintained a general knowledge of the VMS, PC based versions as well. Have vast experience with the internet, internet services, and WWW servers and browsers.
|April 1991 to March 1993||Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division
Software Engineering Competency Center
Involved in all aspects of software development, from design to testing. Worked as member of a C team, mainly coded utility functions, as well as checked the code and design so that it would be easily translatable into Ada in the future. Acted as Ada coding authority on project. Responsible for configuration control of all code and answered coding related question from team members. Assistant system administrator on an HP 9000 UNIX machine. Responsible for installing new software, making backups, and general trouble shooting.
|June 1990 to March 1991||Ohio University|
Graduate Assistant - Computer Science Dept.
Assisted professor in performing duties. Was responsible for teaching all labs, grading exams, quizzes, and programs. Assisted students with classwork and held study sessions when needed. Labs taught included Relational Databases, Intro to PROLOG, Vax Assembler, and WATFIV Fortran on an IBM Mainframe. Also took graduate level classes in Computer Science during this period.
|AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS|
|September, 1991||Earned an "Acknowledging Contributions" from the Naval Air Warfare Center for salvaging an HP9000 UNIX System.|
|February, 1994||Received "Award of Excellence" from Information Dimensions for "outstanding support and exceptional service to the Sales Organization in 1993.|