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					                                     JOSEPH J. GELLER
                                S69 W14090 Tess Corners Dr
                                   Muskego, WI 53150-3160
                                    Phone: (414) 422-9547
                                      Cell: (414) 467-3805
                           email: joejvg@stonycreekconsulting.com

                                     CAREER OBJECTIVE
                                   Senior Web Developer

                                     WORK EXPERIENCE

              Stony Creek Consulting, Inc. - Muskego, WI - 3/2006 to Present

Web Developer - 3/2006 to Present
Previous experience as a project manager, to ensure best practices are adhered to when
managing projects for this company I own and operate, so they are defined, planned,
organized, controlled and closed in a manner that facilitates client retention are used,
regardless of project size. Effective change management is utilized throughout the process to
bring these projects in on time, within budget and according to specifications, while using a
paralleled, iterative approach, with well defined milestones, and clearly defined critical paths.
The Agile manifesto is adhered to, while using appropriate documentation to accompany the
process, consisting of a Project Agreement encapsulating all project essentials, along with
supporting documents in a repository, followed by a Service Level Agreement if clients wish to
continue using the company's three ongoing support service packages, which have a
provision for managed, monitored hosting service. CVS and SVN are used for version control.
Regular attendance of project management webinars provided by numerous vendors, and
premium subscriptions at other online training resources such as Safari Books Online to
utilize their webcasts, videos and books, plus lynda.com to review using their videos, are
utilized to keep project management, web and application software development, server
administration and other technical skill sets at state-of-the-art levels. Specifically, these apply
to project management in areas such as Adaptive Project Management using SCRUM, as just
one example. The company also uses a MAC running OS X Leopard, and has recently delved
into development of mobile applications for a project that has just started, involving the iPad,
iPhone and Android with the Canvas Open Source Learning Management System, drawing
on prior experience with a project using Joomla, Moodle, SCORM, Articulate Studio '09 and
MS PowerPoint.

Analyzing, designing, developing, administering, and supporting web sites, running on
Apache and IIS Web Servers, and Linux and Windows Operating Systems, using NetBeans,
Adobe Web Premium CS4, and Visual Studio IDE's are primary technical responsibilities.
Joomla and Drupal Content Management Systems are leveraged whenever possible.
Familiarity with most popular Joomla components, modules and plugins, plus developing
them using the MVC Framework, and using the OOP paradigm with PHP, and JavaScript,
complement MySQL and MS SQL DBMS experience, and extensive development using
HTML, CSS, and XML. Development of Drupal Modules, plus designing and styling Joomla
Templates and Drupal Themes, using HTML and CSS, complete the profile of a web
developer well-versed in analysis, design, development, maintenance, and support of web
sites. Marketing and sales are done using JoomLancer and similar freelancer web site posts,
resulting in over forty five projects so far. Some of the projects have produced clients who
request work regularly, and some have Service Level Agreements to obtain daily ongoing
support for their web sites consisting of system administration on a cloud server the company
rents, and provides managed hosting services for the client, as part of the agreement, along
with other services such as server and backup monitoring, disaster recovery, regular software
and hardware upgrades (now facilitated by the company's new cloud server) plus small
development and design projects to enhance the client's web site, all of which are managed
on the company's Customer Relationship Management server, accessed by clients using their
browser.

                       U.S. Bank, Milwaukee, WI - 10/1997 to 3/2006

Software Consultant - 6/2000 to 3/2006
The Collateralized Debt Obligation business unit and its 110 users, required extensive
knowledge of structured finance and general accounting, to effectively communicate with
stakeholders. Applications administered structured deals, simulated trading scenarios,
facilitated compliance testing, and generated reports. Interviewing stakeholders and their
employees to gather requirements, then translating them to a visual and written format for use
by management, business unit, software development, and testing teams, comprised services
performed.

As Lead Systems Architect, business analysis processes were followed by design and
development of a prototype running on Windows Server, using MS SQL, and SSRS. This was
ported to a fault tolerant, redundant intranet, using virtual server technology. Rigorous project
budget, review and approval processes followed. Software engineering using IBM Rational
Unified Process (RUP), Perot Systems Change Management, Microsoft Office, Visio, and
Microsoft Project, facilitated, and was used during project management, development, testing,
and deployment. Project budget was two million dollars over a one year timeframe. Team
consisted of forty team members managed in my role as project manager, during weekly
project meetings requiring written communication skills such as scheduling, organizing, and
providing an agenda, plus verbal communication and leadership skills to chair these
meetings, followed by retention and written communication skills to prepare minutes for
distribution to meeting attendees, and provide a synopsis to my manager. Daily, informal
meetings with team members were also a responsibility, when requested by them, or their
managers, if they were not in the development department. Extensive knowledge of data
modeling was needed for the project and construction of the model and schema for ETL
engine was performed.

Final project deliverables comprised CDO Suite and reports developed its native SSRS, a
custom ETL application that used MS SQL Replication and Stored Procedures, plus Wall
Street Office, WebFocus Business Intelligence Suite and its dashboard, drill-down, ad-hoc
query and reporting capabilities, Wall Street Office Reporting, an Intranet Web Site running on
TomCat using JSP, and Java, that delivered Excel reports to the browser using data from the
MS SQL Wall Street Office database, and data feeds to MS SQL, automated using SFTP,
Visual Basic and MS SQL Agent Services.

Several other development projects throughout the business unit's systems, such as
enhancement of a PowerBuilder CDO compliance and reporting application, later replaced by
the first project mentioned, plus various software application and MS SQL development
maintenance projects were also completed. Extensive technical and end user documentation
was written for all of the projects using MS Office and Visio, and required experience
communicating with written formats.

Prior to this, US Bancorp LLC, Fund Administration and Compliance funded a data
warehouse project that required data mapping of CPORT Fund Accounting and Portfolio
Management report data to formats MS SQL DTS Packages could import from the
application, written in COBOL, running on an Alpha Server. The warehouse was based on the
Ralph Kimball model, using a star schema, which was also snow-flaked. Interactive Data’s
Securities Information Retrieval Service was analyzed, designed, and an API developed to
supply any missing securities information from CPORT Fund Accounting and Portfolio
Management report data. This was necessary to create and maintain the financial securities
master, one of the cornerstone tables in the data warehouse. A prototype was created for
Proof-of-Concept running on Windows Server, MS SQL, and using MS SQL Stored
Procedures, and Data Transformation Services. Installation, configuration and ongoing
support of servers and the application, including maintenance of DTS packages used for ETL,
were primary responsibilities. Reporting was done using Crystal Reports. Interviews with
business unit personnel, requirements gathering, analysis, design, and data mapping with
development teams, plus project management of the final version followed. This was
facilitated using IBM Rational Unified Process (RUP), Perot Systems Change Management,
Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Project. Visual Source Safe was used for version control.
Extensive knowledge of data modeling was also required for the role and responsibility of
Lead Designer and Analyst I had, and was used throughout the project.

The Charles River application running Unix, was interfaced next, to monitor and maintain the
data warehouse financial securities master, and automate compliance tests and reports for
fund administrators. This required business analysis, prototyping, installing, configuring, and
providing ongoing support for the application used by the business unit's security analyst.

Professional data warehouse training, business analysis, and development of a prototype to
mine data in the data warehouse was the next project I was assigned to. Data mining followed
development of the prototype, using MS SSAS and ProClarity, used for building the
multidimensional cubes and performing drill-downs using OLAP Dimensional Data Analysis,
respectively. Extensive knowledge of data modeling was also required for this project.

Other roles were lead business analyst and designer on a team developing a Java
application, to produce print-ready fund annual and semiannual report files. A CPORT Fund
Accounting and Portfolio Management - FundStation API, which was interfaced to an AS/400
through an interface running on TomCat was also developed. Extensive technical and end
user documentation was written for all of the projects using MS Office and Visio, and required
experience communicating with written formats.

Network Project Manager - 10/1997 to 6/2000
Firstar Bank merged with StarBank, and then U.S. Bank. Firstar Networking Services Division
hired me. Project duties were to research, purchase, install, maintain and support topology,
servers, operating systems, and software applications running on a Novell LAN, used by US
Bancorp LLC, Fund Services business units. These resided in a building on a MAN
connecting two downtown Milwaukee buildings, and on a Novell WAN spanning several
Midwestern states. A variety of projects were completed requiring extensive, hands-on,
operating system and software application knowledge and experience, plus advanced
network engineering and administration skills with servers and desktops used by
approximately 400 users.

Project management duties started with project definition and planning, which entailed
obtaining business requirements during meetings with stakeholders, who were executive vice-
presidents and managed the business unit, and also their staff. This was followed by
translation of the requirements into business rules, followed by a technical assessment of all
hardware and software needed to fulfill them and procurement through the bank's purchasing
department. My manager, based on meetings with her to review my work package
descriptions and assignments to organize project resources, assigned personnel from her
pool of six networking engineers to the project. Project control began by supervising the
networking engineers, until their assigned work package assignments were completed. Ones
requiring a higher level of expertise and knowledge were handled directly by me. Regular
project review meetings with my manager and two other project managers assigned to the
Trust Fulfillment Center were held weekly, along with a separate one with the project
stakeholder and their management staff. Application software self-training, installation,
configuration and training of the business unit staff was my primary responsibility afterwords,
followed by stakeholder sign-off and project closure. Ongoing support of the projects was also
a role and responsibility. On Target was used as the project management software, which was
later replaced by MS Project. Extensive technical and end user documentation was written for
all of the projects using MS Office and Visio, and required experience communicating with
written formats.

Regular duties in the building's Data Center required extensive telecommunications
knowledge to support routers connected to Fractional T1 lines, servers transporting data over
modems using the RS-232 protocol, and connected to serial ports, and Digboard serial
multiplexers. Knowledge of RJ-45, Ethernet 100 Base-TX, and IBM Token Ring used by
legacy systems was also required. Extensive knowledge of switches and hubs was needed,
and TCP/IP protocols at the layer level. Call Center projects required hands-on experience
with the Nortel Meridian PBX and its system console commands. Later, more extensive
training on the PBX was required to manage projects for the Call Center, such as expanding
the Inova Solutions Real-time Call Center Reporting system, that showed ACD statistics on
the Inova call center displays. Another project management responsibility, and most of the
technical work required, involved installation and configuration of TeleCenter System, at the
time, the world's leading workforce management software system for call centers. This
included interfacing it with the Meridian PBX, and connecting it to the LAN using RJ-45,
Ethernet 100 Base-TX.

Project manager for the networking portion of the building's Disaster Recovery planning was
another role and responsibility, which included managing the project for the networking
portion of the annual simulation of the Data Center's Disaster Recovery procedures, that was
required by the bank and certain agencies. Another DR project management responsibility
was the review, update, preparation, and submittal of the contract to SunGard for the Fund
Accounting business unit stakeholder, who was also a vice-president at the bank, and who
signed-off on the contract. Duties also included project management of the annual simulation
of a disaster for this business unit, including recovery of their systems and interfaces with
NASDAQ, and other important mutual fund API's, at the SunGard facility, using actual data
which was put through a normal day's processing and generation of Mutual Fund NAV's,
including transmittal to NASDAQ for comparison with actuals for that day. Due to the
inordinate amount of software development I also did while managing these projects, a
transfer to Trust Development as a Software Consultant assigned to US Bancorp LLC, Fund
Services was eventually initiated. Extensive technical and end user documentation was
written for all of the projects using MS Office and Visio, and required experience
communicating with written formats.

       MBC Foods, A Hagemeyer Company - Milwaukee, WI - 10/1988 to 10/1997

Senior Network Administrator - 1/1992 to 10/1997
This diverse role demanded much more than the title implies. A primary duty was researching,
purchasing, installing, maintaining and supporting all components of a Novell NetWare LAN
for the company's 80 office employees that used it, and also supporting all the PC hardware
and Microsoft Office application software on their desks. This role also included supporting
the company's mobile sales staff, plus designing and writing end user documentation for
applications that ran on their hand held scanning device, used to scan products on grocery
store shelfs and bar-coded product catalogs. Duties also included working with ALLCOM
engineers to install, and support a fiber optics network in the new warehouse, using a master
cabinet housing the fiber optic hubs, connected with several distribution stations, and 110,
CAT5 compliant punch-down blocks, to distribute data on a LAN using Shielded Twisted Pair
throughout the business offices, that shielded it from EMF emitted by the narrow band RF
network. I assumed the role of providing ongoing support for the entire system once the
project was completed. The same applied, using SNA and APPC, over a distributed,
networked environment comprised of one local and two remote IBM AS/400 systems used by
the company's satellite warehouse and distribution facilities.

Other responsibilities included training and supporting all local and remote personnel on a
variety of operating systems and applications, running on diverse hardware platforms,
including the implementation and interfacing of the KRONOS time keeping system, to
automate the manual process used by the office manager. Another responsibility included
supporting a Novell LAN gateway server used to connect the IBM AS/400 and the Novell
LAN, required for reception and transmittal of all warehouse hand-held and vehicle mounted
laser scanning devices on the narrow band RF network, which the AS/400 saw as 5251
terminals. Installation, configuration and support of all the facility's telecommunications
equipment, and working with telecommunications engineers remotely, and at the facility's site,
was also part of my roles and responsibilities within the organization.

Remote data communications systems based on the RS-232 protocol were researched,
purchased, and assembled, then all operating system, and application software was installed,
configured, and some was developed in-house. These connected with handheld computers
equipped with laser scanners to facilitate remote order entry by sales personnel ordering bar-
coded product from store shelves, and bar-coded order books. Incoming data transmissions
over an eight line data grade telephone line, were received by a modem bank with eight, 56K
modems, connected to two OS/2 PC's, using a Digiboard 4 line multiplexer in each, which
provided instructions to the salesperson from a VOX board and R2 phrases, all controlled by
an application written in the C programming language. The orders were then fed to the
facility's AS/400, to be processed. Other systems were implemented throughout the company,
including Internet Service Provider and email access for mobile sales staff and local desktop
users, and a Bulletin Board using similar telecommunication methodology.
A major role and responsibility in the organization was being one of three individuals assigned
to the Information Technology team responsible for working with Gateway Data Sciences to
implement their warehousing, distribution and logistics software package to automate the new
warehouse facility the organization was constructing. Another team member was the
Information Technology Director who was my manager, and who selected me from his IT team
for the assignment. The third member was an independent consultant specializing in
warehousing, distribution, and logistics, and also a long time business associate of the IT
director and whom I had worked with as my customer, during my last year at Harris Data
Service, on their Food Distribution software application development team. The new facility
was needed to replace the current one which was antiquated, and could no longer meet the
demands imposed on it by the company's growth in the Specialty Food marketplace. Lead
analyst and to a lesser extent, designer of some of the application's components, were
primary roles and responsibilities, plus acting as scribe to document all project meetings and
distribute them to all team members which comprised over two dozen individuals on this two
year, $6.5 million dollar project. This evolutionary document was the primary source for all of
the application design done by our team, and developed by the Gateway Data Sciences
team. Contributing to, reviewing and approving all end user documentation written by
Gateway Data Sciences was also part of the assignment.

Researching, selecting and purchasing a device that weighed and determined all cubic
measurements using lasers, for all items in the facility's racks to determine necessary
physical racking at the new facility, and software modeling of the same, was another role and
responsibility. These calculations were also required for optimal selection and placement of
product on pallets during the selection process, determined by bar-coded labels I designed
and selected the vendor for. Staging and loading maps optimized for vehicle cubing and load
balancing, scanned by hand-held lasers I helped design the software for, also depended on
these critical measurements, the accuracy of which I was responsible for, facilitated by quality
assurance consisting of manual checks of random samples by warehouse personnel I
supervised.

Performing the vendor selection process for all hand-held and forklift mounted laser devices
used to scan all racking labels and products, plus designing and responsibility for quality
assurance of these labels to properly scan the bar codes on them, to maintain the inventory
and facilitate the receiving, put-away and replenishment processes were a primary role. This
required extensive knowledge of bar-coding and laser scanning technology. Designing,
documenting, testing and supporting a narrow-band, radio frequency based warehouse
control system, provided by the same vendor, was used by an application running on the IBM
AS/400 that used 5251 terminal emulation to communicate with the laser scanning devices.
They were used to automate receiving, put-away, replenishment, selection, staging and
loading operations. This knowledge was later applied as designer and author of the end user
documentation for the facility's reclamation center software. The application ran on the
AS/400 and was displayed on hand-held scanning devices acting as 5251 terminal devices.
Returned product was scanned by reclamation center employees, for put-away back into
inventory if product shelf life permitted it, or resale in the company's storefront, that sold the
products at a discount to consumers, which was also permitted by law.

Testing and approving final production implementation of all aspects of the application,
including its API with the general accounting application used by the company, required
extensive knowledge of general accounting, and audit testing, to ensure all the API's of the
warehousing, distribution and logistics application were providing accurate inventory,
accounts payable, and accounts receivable data for the general ledger

Development of an interactive, corporate web site was another accomplishment. EDI,
including setup of trading partners who were also in the Specialty Food industry, developing
ANSI X.12 transaction sets using the Premenos EDI application software, establishing
accounts with IBM Value Added Networks, and implementing necessary telecommunication to
the trading partner's mainframes, using RS-232 modems and the SDLC protocol over these
networks was another accomplishment. Development of distribution software on a System/36
and AS/400 in System/36 mode, and playing a major role in migrating the System/36 to the
AS/400, were other achievements. Extensive technical and end user documentation were
written for all of the projects using IBM AS/400 Office and later MS Office, required experience
communicating with written formats.

Data Processing Manager & Programmer/Analyst - 10/1988 to 1/1992
Position required managing operations and software development. Developer duties included
designing, coding in RPG II on a IBM System/36, testing, installing and supporting general
financial applications and wholesale food distribution software. I hired and managed a
programmer/analyst to assist. Management duties included responsibility for department's
budget, and weekly meetings with management to define and fulfill departmental requests
followed by operating system and hardware upgrades, and application software development.
Other duties included budgeting, maintaining computer supplies and forms inventory, plus
ordering, installing, maintaining and supporting System/36 and desktop hardware, operating
systems and upgrades, along with application software and peripherals. Direct reports were
three shifts of keypunchers and operators, and a person whose duties were to assist me,
order forms and supplies, and support users. Extensive technical and end user
documentation were written for all of the projects using IBM Office/36 and required experience
communicating with written formats.

                  HarrisData Service, Brookfield, WI - 3/1983 to 10/1988

Programmer Analyst - 3/1984 to 10/1988
As Research and Development team leader, I managed development of general financial
accounting software that ran on IBM System/34 and System/36, and was sold and supported
by a distributor network. Project management duties included chairing steering committee
meetings, prioritizing distributor requests for enhancements and fixes, setting up schedules,
and organizing teams of programmers and technical writers. Review of the project plan with
the research and development manager, was followed by design and project approval. RPG II
coding and testing with the team were other duties. Responsibility for quality assurance of the
shrink-wrapped product was mine. Designing, coding and supporting a custom wholesale
food distribution order entry, purchase order, warehouse and inventory management, and
sales reporting application was done by a team whose members were a senior analyst,
myself, and two junior programmers who were direct reports. We also trained and supported
customers.

Prior to this, planning, installing, and supporting networked, local and remote IBM System/36
and System/38 minicomputers, used for sales reporting and company wide interoffice memos
over a dedicated, leased line connected to a remote System/36, were some of my duties.
Others were training operations staff how to use this system and ones like it, providing
ongoing support, plus training and assisting field engineers, configuring, installing and
troubleshooting various IBM System/3X minicomputer and IBM PS/2 hardware, operating
systems and telecommunications equipment. Connectivity solutions for desktop and IBM
minicomputer systems using PC Support, plus training and supporting office personnel on PC
application software, were other tasks. Extensive technical and end user documentation were
written for all of the projects using IBM Office/36 and required experience communicating with
written formats.

Support Analyst - 3/1983 to 3/1984
Provided support for a software development and distribution network that was a separate
division of Harris Data Service - Int'l Software Network. Designed new releases for general
financial applications. Extensive end user documentation was written for all of the projects
using IBM Office/36 and required experience communicating with written formats.

               Moore Business Systems, Brookfield, WI - 6/1981 to 3/1983

Branch Account Analyst Manager - 6/1981 to 3/1983
Managed a team of account analysts who provided installation, configuration and support of
application software developed by Moore Business Systems and sold by sales personnel
working out of the branch office. Supervised field engineer responsible for hardware
installation, maintenance and repair. Application software was diverse and included Oral
Surgeon, Dental, and Medical clinic application software written in the C programming
language, that ran on a Xenix multi-user operating system environment. These systems also
had serial ports on them, and used modems to connect with other clinics running similar
systems, for the purpose of transmitting and receiving billing and insurance information for
consolidation by the primary clinic. Motor Freight (Owner/Operator and Vehicle Management)
application software, developed using a specialized version of the Basic programming
language, ran on a multi-user operating system environment called Oasis. The software was
designed, developed and supported by teams out of the home office in Denton, Texas. Peach
Tree general accounting software was also one of the products, as was Peachtree Job
Costing for customers who were manufacturers. These applications ran on the CP/M
operating system. They were also used when possible, to provide remote support by the
branch office using terminals and the shell command line, primarily to transmit software
patches, and write or modify scripts. Services also included providing training classes on
these products. Other applications that were supported and customers could receive training
classes on included the predecessor of Lotus1-2-3 spreadsheet software, Multiplan and one
of the first word processing applications to run on a PC, WordStar.

Primary roles and responsibilities also included servicing large accounts that required my
presence on initial sales calls, demos, and expertise with the Xenix operating system, Bourne
shell, and the programming languages the software was written in, running on Altos 8 and 16
bit PC hardware platforms, considered to be revolutionary at the time, due to their ability to
run a multiuser operating system, albeit supporting only four sessions. These platforms were
eventually replaced by the IBM PC when it was first introduced to the marketplace, and
Microsoft sold Xenix, which metamorphosed into SCO Unix. Other responsibilities included
budget preparation and submittal to home office, scheduling and managing sales demos,
account analyst installations and training classes, and handling customer calls that were
escalated and required my expertise in dealing with difficult support problems using my
technical expertise and ability to communicate effectively with customers in my role as
manager.

                       EDUCATION - AWARDS - ACCREDITATIONS

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee - Milwaukee, WI - Completed three years - BBA, MIS with
CS minor - 3.70 G.P.A.
Member of the National Honor Society, UWM Chapter
RPGII Training – HarrisData Service
Service Above and Beyond Call of Duty - MBC Foods
Service Plaque – MBC Foods
Star Awards - US Bank
Firefighter Award - US Bank
Service Pin – US Bank
WebSphere Training - US Bank
IBM Rational Unified Process Training - US Bank
Microsoft C#.NET Programming - Accredited Course
Information Builders WebFOCUS - Accredited Course
                            PROJECTS AND TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS

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                  Stony Creek Consulting, Inc. - Muskego, WI - 3/2006 to Present
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Independent Software Consultant – Most Recent Web Sites – 3/2006 to Present

Specific web sites from my portfolio are available upon request. These are general
categories of web sites I have developed and the software applications they use.

TV News Broadcasting:
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WHM, CENTOS, Apache, cPanel, NetBeans 6.9, HTML, CSS, PHP, XML, JavaScript, MySQL
WorkBench, MySQL, Joomla, sh404SEF, Akeeba Backup, Fabrik, ChronoForms, Apoll, Jcron,
AllVideos for Silverlight, JoomGallery, CSSGallery, DOCMan, AutoPopulate for DOCMan, Z
Weather, Tell It To … Custom Component, News Flash Custom Module

Medical:
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Windows Server 2003, MS SQL 2008 R2, MS SQL SSIS, Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web
Premium, HTML, CSS, PHP, JavaScript, MySQL Joomla, ChronoForms

Associations:
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cPanel, Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web Premium, NetBeans 6.9, HTML, CSS, PHP, XML,
JavaScript, MySQL WorkBench, MySQL, XCloner, jFirewall, sh404SEF, Community Builder,
JoomSuite Member, JEvents, DT Register, PayPal API, JCal Pro, EventList

Magazine Publishing:
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WHM, CENTOS, Apache, cPanel, Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web Premium, HTML, CSS, PHP,
XML, JavaScript, MySQL, Joomla, sh404SEF, JUGA, Community Builder, VirtueMart,
DOCMan

OS Commerce:
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WHM, CENTOS, Apache, cPanel, WINE, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Xming, PuTTY, KDE,
Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web Premium, MS Visual Studio 2008 C++, HTML, CSS, PHP, XML,
JavaScript, MySQL WorkBench, MySQL, Joomla, NOIXACL, Community Builder, Account
Expiration Control, CBVMVendor, JoomlaXTC VM Orders, CB VirtueMart extensions,
VirtueMart, Alpha Get Coupon Code, Alpha User Points, Chrono Forms, PayPal API,
Authorize.net plug in, JCron, DOCMan, AutoPopulate for DOCMan, RSTickets!, ShoutBox

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                               U.S. Bank, Milwaukee, WI - 10/1997 to 3/2006
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Software Consultant - Collateralized Debt Obligations - 3/2004 to 3/2006
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Global Portfolio System:
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Unix, MS SQL, MS SQL Replication, Sybase, Power Builder, Windows XP, Lotus Notes, MS
Office, VBA

CDO Suite:
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Windows Server, MS SQL, SSRS, ASP, vbscript, JavaScript, Windows XP, Visual Studio,
Lotus Notes, MS Office, VBA

ETL:
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Windows Server, MS SQL, MS SQL Replication

Wall Street Office:
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Windows Server, MS SQL, MS Access, MS COM

Business Intelligence:
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Windows Server, MS SQL, WebFOCUS, Windows XP

Web Site:
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Windows Server, MS SQL, Wall Street Office, TomCat, JSP, MS Excel

US Bank:
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Perot Systems Change Management, IBM Rational Unified Process, Windows XP, Lotus
Notes, MS Office, VBA, MS Project, Access, Visio, MSDN Universal Subscription, WAN,
MAN, LAN Administration and Engineering

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Software Consultant - Mutual Funds Administration & Compliance - 6/2001 to 3/2004
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Data Warehouse:
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Windows Server, MS SQL, MS SQL Agent Services, MS SQL Data Transformation Services,
Crystal Reports

Securities Information Retrieval Service (SIRS):
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Windows Server, MS SQL, MS SQL Agent Services, MS SQL Data Transformation Services
Charles River:
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Windows Server, Unix, Cron, MS SQL, MS SQL Agent Services, Windows XP, MS Office,
ASP, vbscript, JavaScript

Data Mining:
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Windows Server, MS SQL, MS SQL Analysis Services, Windows XP, MS Office, ProClarity

Annual Reporting Tool:
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IBM WebSphere, Java, UML, Perot Systems Change Management, IBM Rational Unified
Process, Lotus Notes, MS Office, MS Access, MS Visio
FundStation:
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Windows XP, Lotus Notes, MS Office, FundStation

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Software Consultant - US Bancorp, LLC - 3/2000 to 6/2001
Network Project Manager - Firstar Information Services - 10/1997 to 3/2000
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Mutual Funds Accounting:
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Netware, Windows Server, Windows XP, Procomm Plus, Digiboard, Lotus Notes, MS Office,
VBA, Monarch, Compaq Alpha Server, CPORT Fund Accounting and Portfolio Management,
WAN, MAN, LAN Administration and Engineering, Telecommunications

Mutual Funds Administration and Compliance:
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Netware, Windows Server, Windows XP, Lotus Notes, MS Office, VBA, Monarch, CPORT
Fund Accounting and Portfolio Management, WAN, MAN, LAN Administration and
Engineering, Telecommunications

Call Center:
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Netware, Windows Server, INova Call Center Reader Boards, TCS, Meridian PBX, Windows
XP, Lotus Notes, MS Office, VBA, WAN, MAN, LAN Administration and Engineering,
Telecommunications

Transfer Agency:
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Netware, Windows Server, Windows XP, Crystal Reports

Firstar:
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Netware, NDS, Windows Server, Compaq Alpha Server, OS/2,WAN, MAN, LAN
Administration and Engineering, Telecommunications

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           MBC Foods, A Hagemeyer Company - Milwaukee, WI - 10/1988 to 10/1997
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Senior Network Administrator - 1/1992 to 10/1997
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Food Distribution:
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AS/400 (S/36 Mode), SSP, OCL, Order Entry, Inventory, Purchasing, Accounts Payable,
Accounts Receivable, General Ledger
Gateway Data Sciences Warehouse Automation:
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AS/400, OS/400, RPGIII, Receiving, Put-away, Splitting, Replenishment, Cubing, Load-
Balancing, Labels, Selection, Repacking, Staging, Shipping, Reclamation, Inventory
RF Networking:
----------------------
PSION Teklogix Handheld Computers, PSION Teklogix Vehicle Mount Computers, Narrow
Band Base Stations, RF Controller, 5250 Emulation, AS/400, OS/400, GD Sciences WA

EDI:
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IBM VAN, SDLC, Premenos EDI/400, ANSI X.12

LAN:
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Netware, Netware SNA Gateway for AS/400 Connectivity, Intel LANDesk, Kronos
Timekeeping, SLMail Pro, Fiber-Optic Distribution Centers, Ethernet Hubs, Twisted Pair

Remote Order Entry:
------------------------------
Telxon Handheld Scanners, Multiplexed RS-232, PS/2, OS/2, Voice Recognition Software,
Comm Software

Web Site:
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Linux, Apache, CGI, Perl, Free BSD

Desktops:
---------------
IBM DOS, TCP/IP shim, MS Windows, PC Support, RUMBA 5250, Pegasus, Lotus 1-2-3, MS
Excel, MS Word, Aldus Pagemaker

IBM Network:
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AS/400, OS/400, CL, SNA, APPN, APPC, SDLC

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Data Processing Manager & Programmer Analyst - 10/1988 to 1/1992
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Food Distribution:
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IBM System/36, SSP, OCL, DFU, WSU, SDA, SEU, RPGII, Order Entry, Purchasing,
Inventory

General Accounting:
------------------------------
IBM System/36, SSP, OCL, DFU, WSU, SDA, SEU, RPGII, Fixed Assets, Accounts Payable,
Accounts Receivable, General Ledger

Remote Order Entry:
------------------------------
Telxon Handheld Scanners, RS-232, IBM PC, IBM DOS, Comm Software, 5250 Emulation,
PC Support, IBM System/36, Order Entry

Desktops:
---------------
IBM DOS, 5250 Emulation, PC Support/36, Lotus 1-2-3, Word Perfect
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                         HarrisData Service, Brookfield, WI - 3/1983 to 10/1988
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Programmer Analyst - 3/1984 to 10/1988
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Food Distribution:
--------------------------
IBM System/36, SSP, OCL, DFU, WSU, SDA, SEU, RPGII, Order Entry, Purchasing,
Inventory, Office/36

General Accounting:
------------------------------
IBM System/36, SSP, OCL, DFU, WSU, SDA, SEU, RPGII, Fixed Assets, Accounts Payable,
Accounts Receivable, General Ledger

Remote Order Entry:
------------------------------
Telxon Handheld Scanners, RS-232, IBM PC, IBM DOS, 5250 Emulation, PC Support, IBM
System/36, SSP, OCL, Order Entry

PC:
-----
IBM DOS, 5250 Emulation, PC Support, IBM Basic, General Ledger File Transfer, Lotus 1-2-3

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Support Analyst - 3/1983 to 3/1984
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General Accounting:
------------------------------
IBM System/36, SSP, Fixed Assets, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, General Ledger

				
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