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RssLynn C. Hrdlicka-Computer Professional

Looking for entry-level positions in commercial software while attending technical school classes to gain exposure to computer languages and certifications used in commercial industry.

Software Engineer

Atlanta, GA

About Me

Industry:

Information Technology

Occupation:

Software Engineer

Ideal Companies:

Any company that has entry-level commercial software engineering positions
 

Education level:

Bachelor

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

Atlanta, GA

Work Experiences

6/1998 - 7/1999

Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems

Individual Contributor

  • • Led small team in developing and reuse application of C-27 J embedded avionics in Ada and C for box-to-box communications over MIL-STD-1553B buses. • Used Sun Microsystems SparcStations 5, 10, 20, and Ultra V and IBM-compatible PC’s: UNIX/SOLARIS/CDE, Rational Apex/Rose, Oracle 7.0, Windows 95/NT 5.0 developmental platforms.

6/1997 - 6/1998

Lockheed Martin Skunk Works

Individual Contributor

  • • Performed conception, research, design, development, documentation and testing of X-33 embedded avionics and flight simulation applications in Ada, C, and Fortran 77 for box-to-box communications over MIL-STD-1553B, 1773A (fiber optics) and 802.2 Token Ring buses. • Used Sun Microsystems SparcStations 5, 10, and Ultra I and II, and IBM-compatible PC’s: UNIX/SOLARIS/CDE, Rational Apex/Rose, Oracle 7.0; Silicon Graphics UNIX ONYX, INDIGO, C language; IBM-compatible PC’s Windows 95/NT 5.0 developmental and flight simulation platforms.

1/1996 - 6/1997

McDonnell-Douglas Transport Aircraft Systems

Individual Contributor

  • • Performed research, development, translation, documentation and testing of C-17 embedded avionics applications in Ada, C from Jovial J73 and assembly for box-to-box communications over MIL-STD-1553B buses. • Used Sun Microsystems SparcStations 5, 10, and Ultra I and II, IBM 36/37, DEC 6000/7000, and IBM-compatible PC’s: UNIX/SOLARIS/CDE, Rational Apex/Rose, Oracle 6.0, IBM RDBMS, VAX/VMS, Windows 95/NT 5.0 developmental and simulation platforms.

2/1995 - 7/1995

Pitney-Bowes Management Services

Individual Contributor

  • • Researched, developed, implemented, documented and managed the world’s first successful leading-edge imaging center/network for corporation and law firm clients. • Performed as network engineer to expeditiously develop and implement a 14-unit PC-based Novell network over 10/100-Base-T Ethernet hub/buses. Coordinated with all customers in a 3 month period with one assistant. Installed, implemented and used IBM-compatible PC’s/lap-tops as servers/stations with Novell NetWare 4.1, UnixWare 2.1, MS Windows 95, and other various state-of-the-art off-the-shelf and custom built software. • Performed as facility manager/network administrator in digitizing over 1.5 million pages of depositions, input onto CD and Oracle 6.0 database storage, researching and implementing technological improvements and increasing data storage capacity/capability. Organized and implemented user training.

5/1986 - 6/1993

Northrop Advanced Systems/B-2 Division

Individual Contributor

  • • Performed conception, research, design, development, documentation, testing and implementation, with small 5-man team, a $1.5 million mobile avionics testing trailer in half of the allotted time and cost. • Used IBM 36/37 mainframe, CADAM, RDBM; DEC 85000 miniframe, VAX/VMS, Fortran 77, JOVIAL J73; IBM-compatible PC’s Windows, BASIC; HP1000, Tektronix, Loral SBA-100, SSA-100 developmental platforms; for test-unit-to-box and vice-versa communications over MIL-STD-1553B and HPIB/IEEE-488 buses.

6/1984 - 5/1986

Northrop Advanced Systems/B-2 Division

Individual Contributor

  • • Performed conception, research, design, development, and documentation, with small teams, of B-2 flight and defensive management avionics applications in JOVIAL J73 for box-to-box and.crew input/output communications over MIL-STD-1553B buses. • Used IBM 36/37 mainframe, RDBM; DEC 85000 miniframe, VAX/VMS, Fortran 77, JOVIAL J73.

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