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PROGRAMMING/SYSTEMS EXPERIENCE:

Hardware: Operating Systems:
PC Compatibles MS-DOS 6.22
Macintosh Windows 3.11
Compaq Deskpro/Prolient Series Windows 95
  Windows NT Workstation 4.0
Mainframe: UNIX (BSD, IRIX 5.3)
TSO/ISPF X-Windows
MVS
Programming Languages: Networking:
C Windows NT Server 4.0
SQL Novell NetWare 3.12
HTML 3.2 Microsoft SQL Server 6.5
JCL Internet Information Server 3.0
COBOL II Index Server 1.1
FORTRAN NetBEUI
PROLOG IPX/SPX (Novell, Microsoft)
PROBE TCP/IP
T-SQL Ethernet
  Token Ring
Applications:
Microsoft Word 7.0 Microsoft Explorer 3.0 / 4.0
Microsoft Excel 7.0 Microsoft Developer Studio
Microsoft Exchange 4.0 Visual Studio 97
Ovation 4.0/5.0 Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Office 7.0 Microsoft PowerPoint 7.0
Lotus Notes 4.51 Visual Source Safe 5.0

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EDUCATION:

University of Regina

Regina, Saskatchewan

Bachelor of Science (BSc.) - Computer Science May 1997

 

Exams completed for Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE)

70-58 Networking Essentials

70-59 Internetworking with Microsoft TCP/IP on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0

70-63 Implementing and Supporting Windows 95

70-67 Implementing and Supporting Windows NT Server 4.0

70-68 Implementing and Supporting Windows NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise

70-73 Implementing and Supporting Windows NT Workstation 4.0

70-77 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Information Server 3.0 and Microsoft Index Server 1.1

 

Microsoft Certified System Engineer

Microsoft Internet Specialist





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EXPERIENCE:



Modis

Roles: Systems Analyst, Programmer Analyst

Minneapolis, Minnesota

May 1998 - Present

As a PCA (PCAnalyst) for 3M in St.Paul, I am responsible for a Windows NT Domain of 200+ Engineering workstations utilizing Windows 95 and Windows NT. My duties are to maintain the client workstations, administration of two NT Servers, train junior staff, implement proprietary software for the Engineers (AutoCAD, PowerTools for Windows, etc), program in Visual Basic for Access 97 databases which are required for the department. CGI

Roles: Programmer/Analyst, Database Administrator, Buildmaster, Network System Administrator

Regina, Saskatchewan

June 1997 - May 1998

As a programmer/analyst for CGI, my duties consist of programming banking system software that is implemented on three tier client server architecture for the Windows NT /95 platform. System integration of the Ovation retail banking software solution performing OLTP financial transactions. Writing report programs in C with embedded SQL to generate reports for use with SQL Server 6.5 as well as data conversion from the existing legacy systems (MVS, TSO/ISPF). Implementing and configuring Windows NT Workstations, Servers, and SQL Server 6.5 for use with the OLTP, data marts, bank teller computers, gateways for automated teller machine (ATM) and point of sale terminals. Second tier troubleshooting for client workstations, servers, and SQL server issues. Design and implementation of Windows NT Server Domain Model banking environment. Configuration of RAID 5 external disk towers for fault tolerance on the Compaq 5500 platform. Furthermore, I am also the Buildmaster for compilation of all the source code for the developers doing version control and merging of the source code for the client and developers using Visual Source Safe 5.0.

Labatt's Breweries of Canada

Roles: Programmer, Technical Support

Regina, Saskatchewan

January 1996 - April 1996

As a technical consultant Labatt Breweries of Canada, providing technical support for Windows 3.1 platform implementing the Microsoft Office 4.1 Suite of applications as well as Microsoft Mail. Programmed Visual Basic functions for Microsoft Excel 5.0 which were distributed to all the Sales Representatives in Western Canada.

NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.

Roles: System Administrator, System Architect, Second Tier Support

Calgary, Alberta

May 1995 - August 1995

As a Systems Administrator for NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd., primary duties included the administration of Novell 3.12 servers in a WAN setting and second tier troubleshooting for technical difficulties for workstations and server failures. Projects involved with were sever standardization, server consolidation, workstation standardization, Token Ring to Ethernet conversion, FDDI backbone implementation.

NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.

Roles: Technical Support, Software instruction

Calgary, Alberta

January 1994 - August 1994

As a technical support consultant for NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd., responsibilities included the administration of one Novell 3.12 server, as well as the support of 250 Windows 3.1 workstations. Instruction and help desk support of the Microsoft Office 4.3 and Lotus Notes 3.2.

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E-mail Address:

jamesgreaves@hotmail.com

April 29,1998