|To work in an environment were I would be able to advance my skills in networking, and programing. And also be in a position to advance.|
1993 - 1997 Gray - New Gloucester High school
High School Diploma
1997 - Present University of Southern Maine
Bachelor of Sciences - Computer Science, in progress
|INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES|
|My primary technical interests are in programming, in C, C++, Java, and Perl in the Unix, and Win32 environments. As well as networking with the tcp/ip, and ipx protocols.|
|I've worked with DOS, Windows 95, 98, NT, and Linux (RedHat 5.0-6.1) extensively, as well as FreeBSD (versions 2.5 - 3.0), and OpenBSD (version 2.6). In addition to program development on Digital Unix (version 4). I have extensive experience with Novell NetWare clients for DOS, Windows 95, 98, NT, and Linux. I also have experience with category 3, and 5 wiring, and fiber-optic cabling, as well as various network devices (switches, hubs).|
|C, C++, Java, Perl, Tcl/Tk, HTML (w/css & CGI)|
1998 - Present University of Southern Maine
My duties included installation and maintenance of network equipment and wiring. Along with general user support and trouble shooting.
1998 - Present  University of Southern Maine
Restech III/Computer Consultant IV
Job descriptions include being assigned profesional technical duties and responsibilities. I was required to resolve problems requiring interperitive judgment and the application of advanced knowledge and skills. All in installation, trouble shooting, and maintenance of networking, hardware, and software.
1997 - 1998 University of Southern Maine
Computer Lab Consultant
My duties primarily consisted of managing the distribution of print jobs, and general user support. As well as basic maintenance of lab machines
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