318 Princeton Dr. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Professional experience in an intellectually rewarding area
of Computer Science or Software Engineering.
Embedded Systems Programming: Operating System,
Drivers and Applications.
System Administration: installation, administration
Applications Programming: database applications,
general applications and graphics applications.
Web Programming: general web pages, cgi scripts, web
Security Clearance: DOE "L", or Secret Clearance.
Programming Languages (in order of proficience):
C/C++, Java, HTML, Prolog, Lisp, Pascal, Scheme, ML,
Assembler for Sparc and x86 architectures
Corel, StarOffice, ApplixWare and Microsoft Office application bundles.
Operating Systems and Networks:
Internet navigation software Internet Explorer and Netscape,
various other internet interfacing software.
MySql, SQLServer, Access and Oracle 8.x/9.x Databases, Stellent Content Server
Novel Netware (versions 3.12, 4.0, 4.11), MSDOS (5.0, 6.22),
Windows (3.x, NT/95/98/2000), UNIX (AIX, Solaris, Sun, HPUX,
FreeBSD, Linux (Slackware, RedHat, and Debian), and BSD)
Installation of all of the above. Development using
VxWorks 5.3.1 and 5.4.
Masters of Science in Computer Science (MSCS),
concentration: Artificial Intelligence, University of New Mexico,
the School of Engineering, Department of Computer Science.
Current GPA: 3.5, expected graduation December, 2003.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) with a minor in
Psychology, University of New Mexico, the School of Engineering,
Department of Computer Science: ending GPA 3.12, Fall 2000.
Cibola High School with supplemental education at the Career
Enrichment Center, graduated: ending GPA 3.8, Spring 1996
Relevant Employment Experience
University of New Mexico: Office of Graduate Studies:
6/4/97 to 7/17/97: Network Administrator:
Network Administration of a Novell 3.12
and Windows 95 (Peer-to-Peer) network
The City of Albuquerque: Public Works Department:
Traffic Engineering Division:
7/21/97 to 5/18/98 : Intern:
Performing System Administration of Sun/Solaris,
HPUX and Novell Netware networks, software support, AML
programming and data entry for ARC/INFO GIS coverages,
programming database applications.
Honeywell Inc.: Defense Avionics Systems, Albuquerque:
5/18/98 to 12/15/2000: Associate Software Engineer
Application development, system
administration, minor program management
tasks, embedded system operating system
development and graphics application
development in compliance policies and
procedures of a SEI level 3 facility
University of New Mexico: Department of Computer Science:
5/30/2000 to 12/15/2000: Head Teaching Assistant for
Computer Science 151
Managing the other Teaching Assistants, maintaing the
course web page, and teaching one lab section.
1/18/2001 to 6/2001: Graduate Research Assistant:
Computational Linguistics assisting
Dr. George Luger.
Using and developing Natural Language Processing applications
for web pages.
6/4/2001 to 7/28/2001: Instructor: Computer Science 151
(Programming Fundamentals in C/C++).
8/20/2001 to 12/15/2001: Teaching Assistant:
Computer Science 451, Programming
Assisting in teaching Prolog, ML, Scheme, and Regular Lanugages.
Teaching the Java Programming Language. Fall semester.
6/1/2002 to 7/31/2002: Instructor: Computer Science 151,
Programming Fundamentals in C/C++.
12/1/2000 to 1/18/2001: Computational Linguistics Consultant
Using and developing Natural Language
Processing applications for web pages.
Sandia National Laboratories:
8/12/2002 to present: Graduate Student Intern
Web applications using Java Servlets, and Applets,
Perl cgi scripts, Active and Java Server pages, and
software evaluation, testing and application and interface
Hobbies and Interests
Soccer, Judo, Tae-Kwon-Do, Tai' Chi Chuan, jogging,
running, hiking, and camping.
Administering a home Linux machine.
Cognitive Science, Cognitive Modeling, Computational
Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Life,
Available upon request.