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Miami, Florida 33132
1) UML (used for software/web architecture)
2) Visual C++ 6.0
4) Visual Basic 6.0
10) DHTML (Microsoft and Netscape versions)
2) ISAPI Extensions (300% faster than ASP applications)
3) OLEDB (fast, low level data access)
7) ATL COM(C++) (Also, specialized ASP/MTS Components)
8) VB COM
17) Java Servlets
19) Browser Hawk
Visual Studio 6.0 (Visual Interdev, Visual Basic, Visual C++, Visual J++, SQL Server, and Visual SourceSafe ), Rational Rose, JDK, and DB2.
3/2001- Technical Architect: The Hawke Group, Pompano Beach, FL.
Present Assignment entails the complete architecture of N-Tier Web Site
Employing ASP, COM (VB 6.0 & C++), and COM+ from the Elaboration
Phase through the Construction Phase, incorporating the use of
UML.Specifics include the construction of the Domain(business)
Model via class and Activity Diagrams, discovery of Use-Cases
and Web Pages/DLL's from the Domain Model, creation of the
Project Requirements Document, and consultaion regarding the
required supporting technologies.
12/2000- Consultant: Signature Consultants, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
3/2001 Accomplishments include the elimination of numerous bugs in Key
and DHTML code; Using VB COM, developed 2 COM Objects: one that
parsed data from a main frame then constructed an XML document
for use in the client's Web Site and the other, which retrieved
data from an SQL Server Data Base Table via an ADO Recordset
then converted the recordset to XML for use in the client's web
application. Using ATL COM (C++), developed 2 Middle Tier ASP
Components for credit card authorization (one for use on a web
page and one for use by another COM+ Object); Developed an ISAPI
Extension as an alternative option to CGI for sending Email;
Coded ATL (C++) middle tier component employing OLEDB data
access and return of heterogeneous data types via a "SAFEARRAY"--
purpose of component is to receive a customer's name and email
address and enter it into an SQL Server Database Table as passed
(unless already there), then return, via separate indexes in
array, first and last names, minus any spaces or special
characters, along with an integral customer ID, all for storage
by a main frame; Developed ISAPI Extension employing ODBC data
access and Thread Synchronization as model for heavily
trafficked pages--used thread synchronization to put waiting
threads to sleep so that they take no processor time, enabling
application to run faster and hamdle a heavier load.
1999- Chief Technology Officer: Dutyfreezone.com, 11755 Biscayne, Blvd.
2001 Miami, Florida 33181, Telephone: 305-981-9393. Overseer of all
technical and customer service departments, including, Web
Hosting, Web Masters, Network Engineering, etc.; Personally coded
and integrated several online payment systems into N-Tier, E-
commerce site, utilizing CGI (via "C"), COM, and ASP; Presently
authoring application that will unify multinational accounting
system via COM/DCOM; Coded and discreetly integrated business
rules into company's Web Site (e.g. territorial restrictions on
merchandise sales, Customs Regulations, etc.) via COM and ASP;
Personally eliminated numerous bugs in site's shopping cart via
line by line analysis of ASP code; Conversion of ASP pages to JSP
and Servlets in anticipation of integration of site into Java
based enterprise (use of JDBC and DB2 for data access); created
JavaBean to evaluate credit card numbers prior to submission to
on-line credit card authorization service; Developed database
redundancy system as back up for transmission of sales ordering
information, currently dependant on email; Responsible for the
conception and coding of system to automate the regular
generation of prearranged, repetitive sales orders and to
automatically pick up and process order requests
received by email; Responsible for ongoing database development
and support for Company's Web Site, via creation of Tables,
Views, Stored Procedures, and Triggers on MS SQL Server Database;
Conceived of and coded company’s customer service application.
Non-Technical Responsibilities: Currently creating sales
presentation for company’s franchise program.
1997 - Complete Internet and Intranet Architecture/Development:
Server, ADO, OLE DB, MS Access, Transact SQL, COM (C++ & VB) and
commercial web development tools to deliver N-Tier, enterprise
wide dynamic and interactive applications that include animation
(via Java or commercial development tools), windows, frames,
slide shows, audio & video streaming, E-commerce coding and
integration with on-line credit card verification/authorization
and on line database support and display (also via ASP), database
transaction processing and error management via ADO and/or MTS
managed components, browser detection and subsequent page
redirection, development of Java Applets to mimic proprietary
HTML tags, and remote maintenance via a combination of MS Visual
Interdev and MS SQL Enterprise Manager.
Related Internet Skills: COM programming: development of MTS aware
ASP Components via Visual C++ (ATL) and Visual Basic; Visual C++,
MFC Internet programming: development of "client applications"
(WinInet Classes) and "server applications" (ISAPI Classes).
1991- Software Developer/Architect: Secured several contracts for Web
1997 Development, in which I used CGI and ISAPI for dynamic display of
database data on the Web. Developed legal software for
attorneys, integrating legal pleadings with "Case Forms." Areas
of the law included Collection, Maritime, Civil, Family,
Construction/Building, Landord/Tenant, and Criminal Law To
enhance the programs, I did legal research at the Dade County Law
Library. Developed accounting programs for various clients,
utilizing C, Visual Basic and "SPL" (a "house" language that
works in tandem with a product called "Smartware," originally
developed by Informix and now maintained by ANGOSS Software
University of Miami: Coral Gables, Florida. Elected to the
National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Miami Dade Community College: Focused on science and
Either involved in or enjoy: golf, basketball, professional sports, science, writing, and poetry.
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