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Searching for a small to medium sized company where my passion for technology, strong leadership ability
and depth of experience, can be used to our mutual benefit. I love challenges and relish the opportunity to
join an organization that needs someone that is creative and driven to get things done.
Technology Leadership Web Architecture & Design
Agile Methodologies & SDLC Enterprise Systems Integration
Team Building & Management Strategic Planning
Team Sourcing and Recruitment Social Networking Strategies
Training, Development, & Mentoring Business Process Analysis
Cross-Organization Collaboration Simple & Creative Solutions
JavaChief, Inc Sharon MA, 2001 to present
Internet-based Professional Services
Provide Internet-based Project Consulting, primarily for the development of enterprise applications and
public-facing websites, to a wide variety of organizations and industrial domains, at every stage of
implementation; from clarifying the project vision, sourcing and building highly functional teams, instituting
sound development methodologies and project plans, to leading the architecture, design and development.
Trusted strategic Advisor, and strong ability to develop relationships with key Stakeholders and coordinate
with Managers to prioritize project deliverables. Also required managing, directing and mentoring
Development Teams, both local and offshore.
Op40, Inc Armonk NY, May 2001 to November 2001
Grid Computing for J2EE
Director of Professional Services
NOTE: Op40 was a startup trying to maintain venture capital; unfortunately it was forced to cease
operations soon after 911 due to a degenerative business climate and recession.
My role in this start-up environment was to build a professional Services organization that would provide
pre-sales support and post sales services that included integration, migration, development and support
services for customers.
Recruited and hired a team of Solution Architects and Engineers, developed an engagement
process, instituted services and best practices.
Led pre-sales engagements and developed partner relationships with IBM and Boeing to integrate
Op40 technology into WebSphere and Boeing kiosks and jets.
Sun Microsystems, Burlington MA, June 1999 to June 2001
Sun Professional Services Northeast
Chief Architect/Strategist for Professional Services Northeast
Managed and sourced teams for customer engagements, consisting of; Senior Sun Architects, Project
Managers and Engineers. Provided principle support for Sun Tier One Sales teams throughout the Northeast
Region. Provided management guidance to ensure team was focused on Sun Professional Services initiatives.
Established architectural competency and standards throughout Northeast region.
Established standardized development methodologies, led technical side of all enterprise
engagements, drafted and reviewed all statements of work (SOW), sourced project teams.
Provided strategic consult services to CXOs of Fortune 10/1000 companies on the development of
corporate IT strategies and tactical implementation.
Principal in the development of the customer engagement process used by Sun Professional
Provided the “thought leadership” to the Sun Dot-com Geo Practices concerning methodologies and
technologies employed in all Sun Microsystems projects.
SkyServer Consulting, Sharon MA, 1994 to 1999
Internet Technology Consulting
SkyServer was the corporate identity I gave my business. The name encapsulated my vision of what the
Internet would become. I recognized right off that I had to be involved in anything to do with the ubiquitous
interconnections of the Internet. Following is a list of companies and positions I served:
Digitas, Boston MA – Architect/Developer
GTE Internetworking (formerly BBN) Cambridge MA – Y2K Program Manager
GTE Government Systems, Taunton MA – Architect
Standard & Poors, New York City – Architect/Developer
Thomson & Thomson, Boston MA – Principal Consultant
Fidelity Investments Systems Company, Boston MA – Crisis Manager/Super Admin
Fidelity Investment AIMS, Boston MA – Fund Manager Systems Support
Scudder Stevens & Clark, Boston MA – Solaris Developer/Unix Admin
Pfizer, Groton CT – Developer/Unix Admin
Bay Networks, Billerica MA – Project Manager/Technical Consultant
MacMentors, Quincy MA, 1990 to 1994
Trainer, Consultant, Business Owner
Owned and operated a 4-color Print Shop and Desktop Publishing Consultancy called MacMentors. I also ran
one of the largest independent dial-up bulletin board services in the New England area by the same name,
with over 2000 subscribers, and only 4 phone lines.
MacMentors provided training and support services to companies that used Macintosh Computers to print
corporate publications and collateral materials. My customers were both communications professionals
within large corporations, as well as input-output service bureaus and commercial printers.
We provided consulting services to corporate communications departments, advertising agencies, and
graphic design studios, where we would scope out their publishing needs, and facilitated the sale of
complete electronic publishing systems, that consisted of high-end printers and image setters (Lino-Type,
Compugraphic), drum scanners, workstations and software. We provided support contracts, for training and
on-call support services.
NECC dba Computerland, Cambridge MA, 1989 to 1990
Desktop Media Group
Director of Multimedia Support
Computerland brought me on to start-up a business within their business called the Desktop Media Group to
supply desktop media support services to their corporate and individual clients, by establishing centers
throughout their 11 locations across New England. I wrote and implemented the business plan, hired
system engineers and trainers, developed products and services, trained the corporate sales staff on the
sales and delivery of the services, then left to do it on my own.
Texet Inc, Arlington MA, 1987 to 1989
Electronic Publishing Systems
Project Manager/Senior Technologist
Managed cooperative development projects between Texet, Agfa Compugraphic, and Wang for
their UNIX-based Computer Aided Publishing Systems (CAPS).
Reviewed and tested high-end software and hardware products such as drum scanners and image
setters. Technical liaison between Engineering, Sales and Marketing departments.
Wrote competitive product analysis and product reviews for those departments.
Job Contractor, Norwood MA, 1982 to 1987
Machine and Electronics Design
Took advantage of the increase in defense spending and pick-up in the economy through contract work as
an electro-mechanical engineer and designer. The type of work included product design/simplification,
ergonomics, high-volume/high-precision manufacturing equipment, pneumatics, servo controls, injection-
molded plastics, TTL circuit design, surgical tools, machine control software (written in assembly language),
computer peripherals (removable disk drives, tape drives, laser printers). The industries included defense,
medical and computer products.
Raytheon Data Systems, Norwood MA, 1979 to 1982
Electronic Test/Design Engineer
This position was part of my co-operative education program with Northeastern University. There were two
six-month project terms that alternated with school semesters.
Designed, developed and built automated test equipment that performed signature analysis, data
acquisition and test of intelligent terminals and computer systems.
Designed and developed Infant Mortality and Electronic Component Burn-In test systems for
various industrial computer products and components.
Raytheon Research, Waltham MA, 1979
Research and Development for Defense Industry
This position was part of my co-operative education program with Northeastern University. There was one
three-month project terms that alternated with school semesters.
Developed test equipment for inspecting the optical characteristics of infrared materials used in
heat sensitive missile guidance systems.
Designed and developed electronic test equipment that monitored and tested the performance
characteristics of laser-based laboratory equipment.
Developed methods for determining how to slice vapor deposited crystals efficiently.
University of Massachusetts - Amherst, MA 1978 -1979
Northeastern University - Boston, MA 1979-1987
Northeastern University- Boston, MA 1994-1997
State of the Art CE Program Courses in:
C programming, Object Oriented Design, Internetworking, and Java