AT&T Telephony Training, 1989.
AT&T Unix System V Release 4 Operating System Internals and C++ courses.
DSET's DSG and CMIP Agent Toolkit Training.
CEI-Europe's Telecommunications Management Network training.
Siemens UMTS, GSM, and EWSD Training.
Long Term Evolution Training.
|Natural||German (U.S. Citizenship)|
|Machine||C (20+ years), C++, Assembler, Python, Perl, JNI, Java, SQL, Tcl/TK, make, etc.|
My capacity on the team was mostly test-support development for CA and prototype development for CoMP.
CTS developed a provisioning mediation product, for which there is a binding Purchase Order. The pMD supports the following Network Elements:
Assumed project management responsibilities for our installed provisioning solution.
Rescued a derailed upgrade to the X.29 subscriber administration product I had completed and rolled-out in my previous employment by CCS.
IQA runs at multiple customer sites in three varieties, all based on the same core.
Developed an X.29/X.25 HLR adapter for a C++ mediation platform. Took over and completed the development and project management of the whole provisioning product and worked closely with the Arabian customer to bring the project to a successful conclusion.
This solution included state machines for the media/chip access (Zilog SCC) and link layers. A third layer was used for Streams access.
Ported sendmail to a 68000 mail server in a heterogeneous environment with SVR4 and the SNI proprietary "NERV" intercontinental email system. Initiated research into Windows/NT suitability for SNI retail. Ported a client/server application from an SCO platform to Solaris. Developed 2 client/server applications based on Ethernet and Unix IPC.
Developed an interactive system configuration tool for installing a complex multi-tasking, multi-processor UNIX application onto a bare machine. This facility uses the full suite of UNIX-native tools.
Developed a communication layer based on SUN RPC calls to provide transparent inter-host communication in a heterogeneous environment.
Developed the communications module for an OSI-based packet-switched WAN/LAN emulator to facilitate development of the Network Directory Server. Ported the OSI protocol stack to 3b2 computers, including layers 2-5, along with ROSE, ACSE, and ASN.1 Encoding elements.
Maintained graphics tools for AT&T's 68000-based 630 MTG terminal (Multitasking Graphics), including a typesetter simulator. Was instrumental in the establishment of the 630 Application Toolchest mechanism for the development and electronic distribution of graphics-oriented applications.