Name: Matt Eddinger
Location: U.S. Coast Guard, Operations Systems Center
Education: Completed three years towards a BS Aviation Computer Science at
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Security Clearance: Secret
Keyword Summary: MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA, MCP, SQL Server 7.0, SQL Server
2000, Cold Fusion, ASP, ASP.NET, ODBC, ADO, IIS, Windows NT 4.0, Windows
2000, C#, Visual Basic, Visual Basic.NET, .NET Framework
Summary: I have over six years of technical experience working on a variety
of platforms at various levels of complexity. Specializing in database design,
implementation, and administration as well as data driven web applications, I have
extensive experience with MS Access, SQL Server, and Oracle databases. My preferred
former network engineer for a 600 user environment, I am very adept at systems
administration. My experience as a program manager at a national level has given me
insight in to the requirements necessary to complete a project successfully. I have
outstanding communication skills and work well individually or as a member of a team.
2001-2004 QSS Group
I continued working for the USCG (just switched contractors). I have continued to
enhance my web development skills and gained experience working with Lotus Domino.
I am currently the team lead for the Coast Guard Maritime Information Exchange
(CGMIX), an ASP.NET (C# and SQL Server 2000 backend) application.
2001 Fuentez Systems Concepts
I worked on several projects, which included designing, deploying, and maintaining web
sites and OLAP ‘cubes’ containing USCG information. I used Cold Fusion, Active
Server Pages, Cognos PowerPlay and Impromptu Web Reports. I also served as a SQL
Server DBA and backup System Administrator.
2000 – 2001 Alphatech Corporation
As a member of the Network Management Team, I was part of a four-person team
responsible for information systems support to the Financial Management and Planning
Bureau’s 600+ users. I served as the team’s ‘database and web specialist’, and worked on
a variety of databases (mostly Access and SQL Server).
1999 – 2000 Soza and Company, Ltd.
Supported the transition of an ASCII based flat file database to a SQL Server/web based
(Cold Fusion) Management Information System. As the on-site ad-hoc reporting and
information specialist I became very familiar with integrating SQL server with other
software. I also assisted with the development and deployment of the web site in Cold
Fusion. Especially with regard to web enabling ‘Standard Reports’ using SQL Server
1997-1999: Civil Air Patrol National Headquarters
Project Management, we did everything from initial budget forecasting to statistical
analysis on feedback from participants. Daily job functions included use of MS Office
products including full cycle development of multiple databases in MS Access and MS
Project for task management. Served as liaison between MIS department and Cadet
Programs Directorate. Also served as directorate webmaster.
1993-2001: US Army Reserve
I was trained as a Telecommunications Center Operator. I was the Distinguished (Top)
Graduate of my Advanced Individual Training class.
Technical Training and Certifications:
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer on Windows NT 4.0
Microsoft Certified Solution Developer on Visual Studio 6.0
Microsoft Certified Database Administrator on SQL Server 2000
Microsoft Certified Professional (10 total)
Programming with Microsoft ADO.NET (MS-2389)
Developing XML Web Services Using Microsoft Visual ASP.NET (MS-2524)
Building XML-Enabled Applications Using Microsoft SQL Server 2000 (MS-2091)
XML: A Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction (Learning Tree Course 542)
DreamWeaver Advanced 4.0 (Macromedia)
Fast Track to Macromedia DreamWeaver 4.0 (Macromedia)
OLAP Modeling with PowerPlay 6.6 (Cognos)
Impromptu Administration 6.0 (Cognos)
Impromptu Advanced Report Writing 6.0 (Cognos)
Impromptu Report Building 6.0 (Cognos)
Fast Track to Cold Fusion (Allaire, now Macromedia)