Computer Skill Areas
Extensive experience with Foundry OS 7.2x-7.8x on BigIron 8000 and other
routers, Cisco IOS 12.1 on 7513 and UBR-7200 model routers, and IOS
11.0-12.1 on 2500 and 2600 series routers, using OSPF and RIP2; demonstrated
ability to manage, maintain, and expand design of 150 building network in an
IPX, Appletalk, and full Class-B IP space environment for 40,000+ clients.
Extensive experience with Layer 4-7 load-balancing/switching gear (Foundry
ServerIron 400 and XL, F5 BigIP). Extensive experience with Packeteer
Packetshaper 8500. Certified in Category 5 and fiber optic cable
installation, with 5 years experience. Extensive LAN management experience,
including whole-building hub/switch installation and configuration, and
integration and troubleshooting of LAN connections to campus core. Decent
experience with packet-level troubleshooting using protocol analyzers such
as tcpdump, Ethereal, Etherpeek 4.1 and Fluke Optiview.
Extensive experience with LAN and enterprise-level network monitoring
packages including Aprisma Spectrum 6.x, Enterasys Netsight Element manager,
and Cabletron Spectrum Element Manager; developing custom network management
tools using standard open source tools such as ucd-snmp (net-snmp) and Perl
SNMP modules; Light experience with several other enterprise-level network
monitoring packages such as HP OpenView, IBM NetView, Cisco CiscoWorks,
and Foundry IronWorks.
Computer and Network Security:
Extensive experience with standard UNIX system security procedures and
packages such as tcp_wrappers, iptables, ssh and tripwire, assisting users
with privacy and confidential information security; decent experience with
security monitoring packages (SATAN, NESSUS, crack). Author of informal
"HOWTO: set up ssh keys" at
Extensive experience with Perl, C/Bourne/Bourne Again shell scripting
languages, and compiling and installing C source packages. Decent experience
with Pascal, BASIC, PHP 3, C, C++.
Extensive experience with SQL (using MySQL and PostgreSQL on Solaris and
Linux), Perl DBI interface to MySQL and PostgreSQL; capable of designing and
implementing a complex database solution with a web-based frontend and SQL
Extensive experience with CGI scripting (in Perl), HTML development, Apache
1.2-1.3.x and Netscape 3.0 Enterprise web server installation and
management, working with content developers to get their materials on the
WWW. Routinely set up and maintain multiple secure web servers with OpenSSL
and Ben-SSL or mod_ssl. Decent experience with mod_perl CGI development.
Extensive experience with UNIX (Solaris 2.5 and 7, SunOS 4.11, Linux 2.0 and
up kernels, IRIX 5.1-6.2), Novell Netware 3.12 and 4.11, Windows (3.1, 95,
98), Mac System 7.01, MacOS 7.5-8.x, MS-DOS 3-6.22, AmigaDOS 2.1; Decent
experience with Windows NT 4.0 server, 2000 and XP, FreeBSD 3.1; Light
experience with AIX, HP-UX, VMS, Digital Unix, MacOS >=9 and OS X.
Employment History / Job Duties
Univ. of Georgia, Enterprise Information Technology Services, Systems
Support Specialist IV and Project Coordinator, December 2000 - present
Configuration and maintenance of campus routers and load-balancers;
development and maintenance of network monitoring systems; advising and
assisting other campus network personnel with networking problems. Dealing
with hardware and software vendors in finding solutions to complex
networking problems. Management of 1 to 2 positions and technical lead on
several projects involving many other technical staff members.
Univ. of Georgia, College of Education, Management Information
Specialist, July 1999 - November 2000
IA I duties (below) plus management of helpdesk and field service/repair
staff (approx. 8 people); technology and infrastructure improvement planning
Univ. of Georgia, College of Education, Information Analyst I, July
1998 - July 1999
NSS IV duties (below) plus management of 2 assistants in NSS IV and NSS III
positions; management of UNIX and Novell Netware servers and sensitive user
data; design and implementation of web-based data storage and retrieval
systems; oversight of network cabling and equipment infrastructure.
Univ. of Georgia, College of Education, Network Services Specialist IV,
July 1996 - July 1998
CSS II duties (below) plus administration of COE Novell Netware and UNIX
servers for email, web, and file services; design and maintenance of
server-based software packages; installation and maintenance of network
cabling and equipment infrastructure; co-development and administration of
Filemaker Pro server-based personnel/budget database.
Univ. of Georgia, College of Education, Computer Services Specialist II,
July 1995 - July 1996
Diagnosis and repair of all kinds of software and hardware problems for
faculty/staff of entire COE, including installation of software, hardware
upgrades and repairs, and network printing for Windows 3.1, 95, and
Macintosh System 7.1 computers. Light Novell Netware server administration.
Could handle just about any microcomputer problem.
Univ. of Georgia, College of Education, helpdesk worker, February
1995 - July 1995
Helpdesk phone duty; small repairs of CSS II types above.
Univ. of Georgia, Evening Classes Division, 1990-1995
Human Anatomy, Human Physiology lab course instructor.
Univ. of Georgia, Dept. of Zoology, 1989-1994
Vertebrate Zoology, Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, and beginning Biology
lab course instructor.
University of Georgia, Athens, GA. 1989-1995, Ecology Ph.D.
program. 120 hours completed.
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. 1984-1989, B.S.
in Biology, Chemistry and Zoology minors.
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