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RssSenior Systems Engineer

Position as Solaris Administration and Linux Adminstrator Additional areas of interest include: a. Multiple posix threads with semaphores, spinlocks, and interprocess messages that work under Linux and Solaris. b. Hardware Debugging including gdb, protocol analyzers, and logic analyzers c. Tailoring of Solaris systems and linux kernels for single board computers. d. Device drivers for memory mapped PCI address space devices

Programmer Analyst

Rogers, AR

About Me

Industry:

Information Technology

Occupation:

Programmer Analyst

Ideal Companies:

Nike, Blue Nova, Boeing, SRC Computers
 

Education level:

Bachelor

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

Rogers, AR

Work Experiences

5/2008 - Present

(private)

Individual Contributor

  • Experimenting with Fedora 4 Notebook connected to a 330K connection mostly studying VOIP and Video and audio applications running under Fedora Linux. I’ve also used my system to create new audio CD’s and other applications including Open Softwareand Opebsolaris. These include Facebook concerts and long distance calls over a digital phone while connected to a Fedora Linux System. I also developed several java applications for use on pocket PC’s and other systems.

3/2008 - 4/2008

Viva, Inc.

Individual Contributor

  • As a contract engineer, I studied the startup firmware used in the development of an engine control operating system for a major earthmoving company located in Peoria, IL. In that position I worked on the design and implementation of a modified (memory) free command for use in their embedded system and I also worked on some diagnostic engine information gathering firmware.

3/2007 - 10/2007

Wal-Mart

Manager

  • Provided Unix system support for multiple host systems in several Internet network systems. Responsibilities included phone support, on line support, and email answers for any system problems. Worked with other systems engineers, application developers, and product managers. Developed and updated shell scripts, Perl scripts, and researched future operating system setups. Provided project scheduling updates and attended weekly and daily project meetings.

2/2006 - 2/2007

Omnicom Group/North Atlantic Industries

Individual Contributor

  • As a Linux Kernel Developer for two different defense oriented equipment companies in Long Island, NY I modified and debugged device drivers for the 2.4 and 2.6 Linux kernels on Intel and PPC microprocessor-based embedded systems. Activities included debugging existing drivers, migrating device drivers from the 2.4 kernel to the 2.6 kernel, and updating low level interface libraries. All development was done using C and some assembly language on x86 and PowerPC platforms. Device interfaces I supported included serial ports, PCI bus, ISA/EISA bus, and memory mapped I/O register devices.

10/2005 - 2/2006

Burn Personnel At Kodak Imaging

Individual Contributor

  • As a Linux Kernel Device Driver Developer for a commercial equipment oriented company, in Rochester, NY, I provided low level test routines for a proprietary embedded system. Interfaces included PCI bus, USB packets, and memory mapped I/O registers. I also worked on single and multiple thread test routines for use in preproduction design tests for proprietary interface boards. All work was done using the Kiel embedded C development system on Power PC platform.

10/2004 - 9/2005

Pronto Solutions at Xerox

Individual Contributor

  • As a Linux Kernel Device Driver Developer for a commercial equipment oriented company, in Rochester, NY, I provided low level device drivers routines for a proprietary embedded system. Features included memory mapped I/O registers in PCI address space, queuing of messages for driver to driver communication, and kernel/user space data transfer routines. All work was done using C and linux 2.4 on Power PC platform.

Education

1978

Bachelor Degree

Bradley University

  • Electrical Engineering

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