1115 K Ave.
Nevada, IA 50201
Iowa State University: August 1993-Present (Graduation August 2, 1997)
Major: Computer Science - Bachelor of Science
Cumulative GPA: 3.09 0n 4.00 scale (Presently at Senior Status)
Golden Key National Honor Society.
C, C++, MS Visual C++, MS Visual Basic, HTML, Scheme,
DOS Batch files, UNIX Script, and Novell Login Scripts
National Education Center: March 1992-October 1993
Degree Program - Associate: Electronics and Computer
Cumulative GPA: 4.00 on 4.00 scale.
Outstanding Graduate award for fall 1993. Three Outstanding
Student of the Module awards. LAN Management certificate in
Novell 2.12 and 3.11. Perfect Attendance award.
Networking: Novell 2.2 and 3.11 with Ethernet, Token-Ring, and ARCnet Technologies.
Operating Systems/Software: DOS, UNIX; Windows, Lotus 123, WordPerfect, dBASE, Excel.
Hardware: PC assembly, troubleshooting, and repair on 8088 and X86 platforms.
Certified Electronics Technician.
Member of Electronics Technicians Association
Michigan Technological University: 1977-1979
Major: Electrical and Computer Engineering
January 1996 to Present: Iowa State University
Jr. Microsystems Engineer
Installation and development with Windows NT Server 3.5 and 4.0,
Windows NT Workstations, and
Novell Client for Windows 95 and Windows NT.
Integration of Windows Nt into Novell's NDS as an NT manageable
object. Development with Novell's Intranetware.
Using Novell 4.11 Intranetware on the Universities network.
Upkeep and repair of PC,s in the Engineering Lab.
Configuring PC's for Lab use,
and use by Professors and administration staff. Upgrading PC's
from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95. Troubleshooting network,
hardware and software problems.
May 1994 to January 1996: UXSYS
Computer Programmer/Computer Technician
Building PC's from skeleton systems. Installing network, video,
communications, modem, and soundcards. Troubleshooting and repairing
PC's. Install Operating systems and software. Network PC's and
Hewlett Packard Xterm's using TCP/IP and Novell. Write and
debug computer programs using Informix Code Generator and 4gl code.
October 1993 to May 1994: Nevada Computer Center, Inc.
Configure computer systems using 386-DOS multi-user operating system.
Installation and configuration of computer hardware and software,
including; SCSI hard drives and controllers, ARnet Smartport Plus
communication cards, IDE hard drives and controllers, floppy drives,
October 1992 to October 1993: National Education Center
Electronic Technician/Equipment Room Clerk
Troubleshooting and repairing power supplies, generators,
oscilloscopes, and computers. Controlling inventory of electronic
equipment, parts, and supplies. Receiving and inspection of
electronic supplies and equipment.
May 1992 to October 1992: Pace Membership Warehouse
Forklift driver and stocker, with a high-volume, warehouse retail
outlet store. Working part-time while attending National Education
May 1991 to March 1992: Pace Membership Warehouse
Manager: Tire Department with a high-volume warehouse retail outlet
Overseeing the day-to-day operations of the auto department's
stocking operations. Maintaining detailed records of inventory,
extended warranty policies and tire adjustments. Matching physical
inventory to computer tracking reports. Receiving and inspection of
tire supplies and equipment. Rotation of old and incoming
merchandise using forklift (forklift driver certified). Occasionally
overseeing the day-to-day operations of hardlines department.
Interfacing with public to answer questions, selltires/supplies, and
make schedule commitments. Interviewing, hiring, and day-to-day
supervision of up to nine hourly employees.
Currently I have four boys that are on three different soccer teams. In the
soccer off season, these four boys are on three different hockey teams.
I enjoy this time that I get to spend with my children very much. (And they
enjoy the travel, and motel pools during hockey season.)
Another hobby I enjoy is computers. I currently have three computers at
home that are networked with Windows 95. (I even had to run a cable across
the driveway to my neighbors house so they could share my printer.) My machine
currently is setup for a dual boot. I can boot to a Novell 4.11 server,
with the other machines running the Novell client.
I enjoy experimenty with software and hardware.
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