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									Connor Ford
cxford.com
cxford@indiana.edu | (812)-454-8804


                                   EDUCATION
School: Indiana University, Indiana
Current Major: Computer Science BS in School of Informatics and Computing,
Systems cognate
Expected Graduation: 2013
Current GPA: 3.900
Minors: Philosophy (specifically Logic)

              EXPERIENCE by employer, title, and starting year

 ArcelorMittal Infrastructure Analysis Intern, from May 2012 to August 2012
 Address: 3210 Watling Street, East Chicago, IN
 Started with basic Active Directory and documentation maintenance
 Eventually worked on email support with Microsoft Exchange and Lync
   servers, including over-the-phone troubleshooting of Symantec Evault client
   plugin, across the North American divisions of ArcelorMittal
 Conducted account creations at the business’s request
 Took initiative in maintaining rule of least priviledge in the computing
   environment in ArcelorMittal and was charged with the granting and
   reclaiming of workstation temporary administrator rights.
 Developed and implemented proprietary auditing software for fileshare
   servers, combining scripting with existing software
 Used virtual servers to test software for impact and load
 Left detailed documentation of work and procedures for team members still
   working there, including a SharePoint site for documentation and a
   presentation for the business

 Technology Centers Consulting (TCC) as a consultant, from August 2010
 Address: Information Commons, Wells Library, Bloomington, IN 47406
 Worked Student Technology and Residential Technology Center labs on both
  daytime and graveyard shifts, proactive with maintenance of TCC hardware
  and software.
 Crossed language barriers on appointments, including working with clients
  whose first language and computer's displayed language was not English
 Worked effectively with using and troubleshooting TCC software
 Became a member of the Tech Team, a specialized branch of consultant
  dealing primarily with technical troubleshooting, in the fall of 2011
 Received Consultant of the Semester award fall of 2011

  Professor Leah Savion as a Research Assistant, starting August 2010
 Address: Sycamore 109, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405
   Supported Professor Savion in areas of locating articles and publications,
    including the location of articles not found in JSTOR or campus libraries
   Provided technical assistance, including assisting in the use of Google Wave
    as a collaborative development environment for a potential book
   Provided technical support in the classroom, including management of
    attendance rosters, OnCourse notifications, and grade-book postings
   Answered student questions about class structure and material by e-mail and
    in person

       Oak Meadow Golf Club as pro shop assistant, May 2008 - June 2011
   Address: 11505 Browning Road, Evansville, IN 47725
   Worked with club clients by name, understanding and remembering individual
    client preferences and personal histories
   Staffed Pro shop counter, handling client transactions for course fees and
    merchandise
   Maintained course carts in monthly maintenace, range and assisted with
    preparation for course events, including City Championships
   Provided occasional technology support for club staff


                 TECHNICAL SKILLS AND RELEVANT PROJECTS
   Volunteer Web development, including Webmastering for the following sites
        o HapKiDo Club: http://www.indiana.edu/~iusdc/
        o Undergraduate Scholar: http://www.indiana.edu/~uscholar/
        o Bloomington Peace Choir: bloomingtonpeacechoir.com (incomplete)
   C/C++, Java, Scheme, and bash programming experience among other
    languages, including a threaded port scanner in C (code package and
    instructions available upon request) and an active IRCbot.
   Knowledge of command-line utilities, such as SSH/SFTP, nmap, and emacs
   Intermediate knowledge of computer hardware and assembly, as well as
    printer and peripheral device structure and operation
   Introductory knowledge of cybersecurity, including the system hardening and
    basic attack patterns
   Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, Adobe applications, and Web services
   Strong understanding of Windows XP, Vista, and 7; Mac OS X; and Linux

                             STUDENT ACTIVITIES
   Member of Hutton Honors College since Fall 2009
   Regularly attend HapKiDo Club for about eight to fifteen hours a week,
    currently having achieved red belt rank since February 2012

								
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