Objective: To boost your business, with data/web integration. I have a proven track record of translating user desires into technical specifications, building secure and stable systems which exceed expectations, capturing the right data, and getting it into the right hands at the right time.
Jul 2008 - Present, Roseville, CA Brian Marshman, Inc. (ComputerStuff4You), integration and conversion projects
Converted Oracle and Access databases to SQL Server. Implemented Oracle database backups, with point-in-time restore, using RMAN.
Deployed custom integration allowing Asterisk FreePBX MySQL phone system to record calls in SalesForce, using Excel VBA and SOQL/SOSL with SalesForce's CTI 4.0 toolkit.
Jun 2007 - Present, Sacramento, CA Capital Public Radio (CapRadio.org), database/website/intranet
Implemented real-time tracking of donations, and made their system-generated table-based donation form mobile-friendly, using CSS and JQuery.
Oct 2004 - Jun 2008, Granite Bay, CA Asset Preservation (apiexchange.com), database/intranet/client
Feb 2005 - May 2006, Fair Oaks, CA Tahoe-Wheaton (foreclosureS.com), database/website/intranet
Jun 2004 - Sep 2004, Folsom, CA Wells Fargo Bank (teller-incentive department), database/intranet
Mar 2003 - Dec 2003, Kihei, HI Rainbow Activities (vacation-activity reseller), database/website
Jan 1999 - Oct 1999, Walnut Creek, CA Commerce One, database/website/intranet
Aug 1997 - Dec 1998), Walnut Creek, CA Rebis (acquired by Bentley), database/website
Apr 1995 - Jul 1997, Emeryville, CA Scopus (acquired by Oracle/Siebel), database/UNIX programs
Became familiar with the organization of the system tables on all databases (Sybase, Oracle, Microsoft SQL 4.2 and 6, and Informix). Wrote tools in TCL, portable between UNIX and NT. Created UNIX Shell, sed and perl scripts to automate capturing development databases, generating change reports from ClearCase source control, and extracting important error information from installation log files.
Developed tools to parse and document C programs, using a TCL-like scripting language, C code, Shell and sed scripts, and batch files (portable between UNIX and DOS). Identified and solved weather data reception problems in Real-Time UNIX on Navy ships, increasing the error-free data rate eight-fold.