Lawrence (Larry) G. Weaver
707 Long Street - Lexington, NC 27292
Home: 336-249-4236 - Cell: 336-473-9013
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Computer Consulting – E-Commerce - Web Development - Software Development / Support (Banking, Order Entry, Inventory
Control, Purchasing, Freight Management, Real Estate Appraisal, Cost Accounting, Manufacturing, System Monitors, Software
Development Tools, Internet Ticketing E-Learning) - Training – Computer Sales – Systems Engineering - Technical Support
Management - Project Management – Data General - Intel - AOS/VS - RDOS - OS/2 - DG/UX - Xenix - SCO Unix - DOS -
Windows (3.1, NT, 95, 98, 2000, XP, 2003) - Internet development – Excel Objects – SSIS - SSRS - Crystal Reports - IIS –
Harvest – ClearCase – Visual SourceSafe - VB.NET – C#.NET - C - Win32 API - MTS -COM/COM+ - DCOM - Microfocus
Cobol - AOS/VS Cobol - Assembler - Fortran - PL/1 - RPG - Netware – ADO – DAO – ODBC - Microsoft Access – MySQL -
Microsoft SQL Server – Oracle 8, 9i, 10g - Oracle Developer 2000/Discoverer – Oracel CoreID - Oracle PL/SQL – Oracle
Manufacturing Apps - DG/SQL - DG/DBMS - DG/INFOS
April 2010 to Present
Ettain Group: Sr. Software Consultant. Sole in-house provider of web applications and database support to multiple
virtual servers at the Stanly Regional Medical Center. Additional duties include the installation and support of a
Windows 2003 virtual user-acceptance-testing server and technical documentation of various applications supporting the
Center. Development and infrastructure tools currently being employed include VMWare, Visual Studio 2003/2005/2008,
ASP.NET 2003/2005/2008, ASP 2/3, Windows Services, Sql Server 2000/2005/2008, SSIS, DotNetNuke 1.0 and
NTLM/Active Directory authentication and authorization.
September 2008 to Present (part-time consulting):
Softwaregistics LLC: Sr. Consulting Web Developer. Currently architecting, designing and deploying new web/client-
server applications and services for this software development and consulting services company. Applications include
image design, e-ticketing, e-appointments and recruiting web sites. Development tools currently being employed include
Visual Studio 2005/2008, SQL Server 2005/2008, WinForms 2.0, ASP.NET 2.0/3.5, Web Services, C#, VB.NET, Crystal
Reports, SSRS, Visual SourceSafe, PHP, MySQL and Apache,
November 2008 – March 2010:
FirstPlace, TAC Worldwide: Sr. Consulting Web Developer. Designed, developed and deployed changes and
enhancements to complex, n-tier, enterprise-level, financial web applications, including Balance Confirmation Web and
Legal Order Processing, at Wachovia Bank/Wells Fargo Bank in Charlotte, N.C. Responsibilities also included the
implementation and maintenance of .NET client proxy classes that interface with mainframe web services. Development
tools employed in this assignment include Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition, ASP.NET 2.0, C#, SSRS, Harvest, Visual
SourceSafe and SQL Server 2005.
October 2006 – October 2008:
U.S. Bank: Technical Lead, Sr. Developer. Designed, developed and deployed banking application software related to
Collateral Warehousing, Mortgage Banking and CDO Reporting SDLC-based projects. Other responsibilities include
project planning and scheduling, as well as supervising and delegating assignments to two
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senior-level developers. My skill set for this employer includes Visual Studio .NET ( 2002, 2003, 2005), NET 1.0,
1.1, 2.0, C#, VB.NET, WinForms 2.0, ASP.NET, Visual Studio 6, Visual Basic 6, Microsoft Access, Oracle 9i/10g,
Oracle DDL and PL/SQL, Oracle CoreID, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, Crystal Reports 9/11, XSLT 2.0,
and Rational ClearCase.
October 2007 to March 2008 (part-time consulting):
E-Learning Solutions LLC: Consulting Developer. Responsibilities included completing the setup of this online training
vendor’s web site on a commercial virtual dedicated server, including the installation of a secured protocol certificate/site
validation/navigation and global error handling, using Visual Studio 2005, C#.NET 2.0, ASP.NET 2.0, Windows 2003
Server, IIS 6.0 and SQL Server 2005.
October, 2003 – December, 2007 (part-time consulting):
University Tickets, Inc., New York , N.Y.: Sr. Web Architect/Developer. Designed and developed reserved seating
and thermal ticket printing components for this internet ticketing provider (http://www.universitytickets.com ). The skill set
supporting the software includes Visual Studio 2005, WinForms 2.0, VB.NET 2.0, ASP.NET 2.0, ASP, Visual Basic 6, VB
accessing Windows 2003/IIS 6.0 web servers.
September 2004 to September 2006:
Acentron, Inc. (9/2004 – 1/2006), FirstPlace (2/2006 – 9/2006): IT Consultant. Served in a consulting capacity as a
Technical Leader and Senior Developer for Wachovia Bank, in Charlotte, N.C., through these consulting agencies.
Supporting a large-scale, n-tier, Oracle-based, client-server application involving collateral warehousing
and mortgage banking. Interacted with senior banking management to analyze, develop and deploy the
requirements of Merrill Lynch and other large financial institutions within SDLC-based projects. Concurrent with
these responsibilities, assisted the project manager in task identification, project planning and scheduling.
Supervised and delegated assignments to two senior-level developers. Employed skills included Visual Studio
2002, VB.NET 1.0, WinForms 1.0, Microsoft Access, Crystal Reports 9, Oracle 9i, and Harvest at the client level
on Windows 2000/XP workstations. As a database developer, designed and created tables, views, stored
procedures/functions and packages, making extensive use of PL/SQL on Oracle 9i servers.
June, 2004 – May, 2005 (part-time consulting):
Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Winston-Salem, N.C.: Sr. Software Architect/Developer. Designed and
developed Windows-based primate cognitive testing software. The development was supported by Visual Studio.NET
2003, VB.NET 1.1, Crystal Reports 9 and Excel Object Model.
June 2002 to May 2003 (part-time consulting):
TicketReturn Inc., Charlotte, NC: Served as designer and principal developer of student ticketing web sites for Florida
International University and the University of Maryland. The development was supported by ASP 3, Visual Studio 6,
maintenance during the 2002-2003 football/basketball seasons and provided pre-sales support to the company’s sales
November 2001 to June 2003:
Ciber, Inc.: Information Technology Consultant. Served as Senior Developer on a client project team at Silas
Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Wachovia Bank and developer of Reveille, a leading applications management
software package for enterprise systems. Reveille involves substantial web development and requires a solid skill-set
which includes Visual Studio 6, Visual Basic 6, COM (server-side and browser-side ActiveX components), COM+, MTS,
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Windows/NT, Windows 2000, and the Win32 API. Conducted pilot project to include ASP.NET and VB.NET in Reveille’s
repertoire of supported platforms. Invented, architected and developed WINAPP, the component-based portion of Reveille
that tests Windows applications by recording and playing back mouse/keyboard activity and comparing bitmap images.
The client applied for a patent on WINAPP.
June 2000 to November 2000 (part-time consulting):
People Source, Inc., Winston-Salem, NC: Developed/converted a primate behavior monitoring/analysis computer system
for Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, using Visual Studio 6, Visual Basic 6, Microsoft Access and Excel
March 1990 to October 2001:
Lexington Home Brands, Inc., Lexington, North Carolina: Special Projects Manager, Senior Software Developer,
Data Analyst, Database Administrator. Served as Lead Software Developer and Microsoft SQL Server DBA on
implementation and modification of a corporate ERP system developed specifically for the furniture industry by a sister
company. This system supports a 3-tier client-server architecture on a Windows 2000 platform and uses Visual Basic 6,
COM/COM+, DCOM, Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and Windows 2000 Terminal Server. Managed 4 programmers on the
project. Served on corporate project to convert legacy information systems to Oracle ERP Applications, with an emphasis
on the custom reporting and extraction of Oracle Manufacturing Applications data using Oracle 8i, Discoverer 2000,
PL/SQL, Visual Basic 6, COM (server-side ActiveX components), COM+, Microsoft Access, ODBC, ADO, DAO, NT
Server, IIS, ASP, VB Script, Java Script, HTML 4 and Excel Objects. Designed and developed bills of material database
maintenance system in a client-server environment, using Erwin, Visual Basic 4, ODBC, Remote OLE Automation, Access
and Microsoft SQL Server. Installed Novell file-server for Personnel Department and provided training and support to
staff. Identified, designed, developed and/or maintained legacy manufacturing systems, including order entry, cost
accounting, purchasing, inventory control, material requirements planning, and work-order scheduling modules.
Programmed in AOS/VS COBOL, Microfocus Cobol, DG INFOS and Thoroughbred Basic on AOS/VS and SCO Unix
platforms. Analyzed and converted over 200 COBOL programs using self-authored Y2K problem detection software.
Operating system experience at this company includes Windows (3.1, 95, 98, NT, 2000), DOS, Netware, SCO Unix,
Xenix, and DG AOS/VS on Data General and Intel platforms.
August 1997 to January 1998 (part-time consulting):
Performed systems analysis and programming in a Visual Basic 4, Microsoft Access and COM for a developer of software
systems for payroll and restaurant back-office management.
January 1990 to March 1995 (part-time consulting):
Designed and developed an order entry / inventory control system for a major electrical supply manufacturer's
representative, using Microfocus Cobol on OS2 / Novell file server and Data General DG/UX / Avion RISC processor
platforms. Assumed system administration duties on both platforms. Supervised Senior Programmer Analyst on the
April 1989 to February 1990:
Levelor Corporation, Greensboro, North Carolina: Technical Services Manager. Responsible for the supervision of
staff involved in voice/data communications, using Micom data switches, Data General MV-Series super-minis and AT&T
System 75 PBX's in a nationwide corporate network. Additional responsibilities included the planning, acquisition and
management of corporate operating system software, and the design and development of invoice-tracking software with
Oracle and 2020. Supervised a System Software Manager, Communications Manager, Data Communications Analyst,
Data Communications Technician, two Voice Network Analysts and a Voice Administrative Assistant. Managed a budget
in excess of $2,000,000 annually. Extensive experience in Data General's AOS/VS Operating System and XODIAC X.25
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January 1987 to March 1989:
Data General Corporation, Greensboro, North Carolina: Systems Engineering Specialist. Responsible for branch
office sales support activities, including technical consulting, conversions, training, proposal preparation, technical
presentations, demonstrations, systems software development (terminal emulators, conversion aids, interfaces, etc.) and
management of in-house MV-Series computer equipment. Heavy experience in AOS/VS systems programming,
including the development of a Burroughs buffered terminal emulation package and a Business Basic applications
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program interface to Data General's CEO Office Automation System. Extensive experience in AOS/VS Assembler
Language and AOS/VS COBOL. Working knowledge of DG/DBMS, DG/SQL, FORTRAN, BASIC, PL1 and C. Provided
installation, training and support in AOS/VS systems programming, C, INFOS II Database Manager, PCI LAN Manager,
XTS, SNA, SNA/3270 and APILU2 to Broadway & Seymour for a large banking system project.
October 1983 to December 1986:
Data General Corporation, Greensboro, North Carolina: Senior Software Support Representative. Responsible for
post-sales software technical support and account management in the Field Services Division for North Carolina and
Western Virginia. Major emphasis on the identification and resolution of hardware/software problems, including problem
diagnosis and development of software fixes for disk device drivers at the interrupt level. 1984 candidate for National
Software Support Manager. Attended the Field Services Excellent Performance Awards Conference in 1985.
December 1982 to September 1983:
Sales Representative for original equipment manufacturers in the legal profession and distribution industry. Software
consultant to large office equipment company utilizing DG RDOS and Fortran IV.
June 1982 to November 1982:
Data General Corporation, Jacksonville, Florida: Field Sales Representative responsible for computer sales to OEM
and end-user businesses in the Jacksonville Area. Represented the entire Data General product line.
October 1980 to March 1982:
Leeco, Incorporated, Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Director of Technical Development. Responsible for
managing the Technical Software Development Division of this Data General OEM, providing direction and heavy
participation in the design, programming, marketing, and installation of software development tools such as Cobol/Basic
program generators and text editors. Recruited and managed support group for the Company's software product line.
March 1978 to September 1980:
Data General Corporation, Raleigh, North Carolina: Senior Systems Engineer. Responsible for branch office sales
support activities, including hardware/software configurations, demonstrations, proposals, software conversions,
installations and trouble-shooting. Developed a comprehensive COBOL / INFOS program generation package which was
heavily utilized in demonstrations and conversions.
University of Tennessee- Knoxville - B.S. in mathematics with a minor in physics. National Science Foundation
Participant in high-energy physics research.