Sylvain Bernard 8979 Carley circle, San Diego, CA – 92126 email@example.com (619) 940-4751 EMBEDDED SOFTWARE/SYSTEMS ENGINEER – MANAGER Profile Embedded software/hardware experience Project management experience Strong C, Assembly, driver experience Sensor Network: 802.15.4/Zigbee OOD/P in C++, .Net C#, Ruby, UML WinCE/Linux/RTOS Hands-on: lab instruments and prototyping C#.Net: WinForm, Silverlight/WPF Lots of experience debugging hw/sw Network: TCP/IP, HTTP, REST, XML Employment Advanced Telemetry, San Diego, CA 2008-Present Development Engineer – Manager As a principal engineer for a green-technology startup, my responsibilities included both engineering development and project management, reporting directly to the CTO. Engineering Development: Provided system-level expertise in the design of an Energy Management System. Designed a Zigbee sensor-network providing: simplified network commissioning and deployment remote telemetry and control through a gateway remote node diagnostic and over-the-air firmware upgrade. Innovated scalable & reliable M2M communication between a remote gateway and back-end server, using HTTP Web Services in C# .Net. Designed/implemented a tactile User-Interface engine for WinCE .Net Led the design of an ARM9 WinCE/CFNet touch panel including board bring- up, BSP & driver development, and UL/FCC compliance testing. Engineering Management: Using Agile principles, led the development of multiple concurrent projects for a team of up to 9 engineers and external contractors. Defined and enforced the engineering process including release handoff, packaging and naming convention, and defect tracking/management. Created the QA process then hired and managed the QA team, including setting up the defect tracking database, test tracking worksheets, etc… Qualcomm, San Diego, CA 2004-2007 Senior Embedded Software Engineer As a development engineer for QWBS, I worked on various mobile asset tracking systems (OmniTRACS, TrailerTracs, OmniExpress) from hw/sw integration to system infrastructure and application development: Implemented drivers in C++ for a family of runtime-selectable GSM-modules. Ported low-level x86 assembly executive (REX) to C. Refactored J1708/1587 drivers from x86 assembly to C. Developed system simulator in Perl to enable development without hardware. Awarded 2 QualStars for fixing long-standing low-level bugs in OmniTRACS. As a firmware engineer for QCT, I worked on the development & troubleshooting of LCD-Controller drivers for various MSM chips (ARM based). Residential Control Systems, San Diego, CA 2002-2004 Embedded Software Engineer As a software engineer, I designed and implemented the embedded firmware of smart communicating thermostats and sensors. A versatile and self-starter engineering position with little supervision, I was involved in the full development life-cycle from engineering to customer interfacing: Developed the firmware of networked multi-zone thermostats in C on MSP430. Debugged legacy firmware in C and assembly of PIC based products. Performed extensive hardware/firmware troubleshooting using lab instruments. Implemented various hardware/software fixtures for stress/validation testing. System administration of bug tracking and Subversion database on Linux. Goodrich Aerospace / Humphrey, San Diego, CA 1999-2002 Embedded Software Engineer At Humphrey, I joined a small team working on the development of a novel solid- state Inertial Navigation System (INS) with applications for military and light commercial avionics: Development/evaluation of closed-loop attitude algorithms (Weiner/Kalman filters) using Matlab, involving extensive lab experimentation. Designed tri-axial sensor board using PIC-17x controller. Implemented inertial and attitude algorithms in C using fixed-point arithmetic. Implemented various hw/sw fixtures for evaluation and calibration of sensors. Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), Seattle, WA 1998-1999 Electronics Engineering Assistant In parallel to my study, I worked with a small of professional engineers developing Radar/Sonar instrumentation for scientific research. Designed high-speed digital controls & delays for RF switches. Designed dual-axis antenna leveling platform using analog PID. Prototyped control boards including schematics, layout, soldering. Participated in data collection of large scale indoor experiments. Education University of Washington, Seattle, WA 1999 Bachelor of Science: Electrical Engineering Concentration: DSP, Control Systems Training Qualcomm Training 2005-2007 Introduction to CDMA, Object Oriented Design & Programming,, C++ Programming UCSD Extension 2000-2002 Continuing Education Applied Kalman Filter, Real-Time Operating Systems, Data Structures and Algorithms Other Permanent US Resident - Bilingual French/English References available upon request.
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