A skills-format resume is also available.Wayne Hadady & Associates, Inc.
JOB TITLE: Senior Computer Scientist
EDUCATION: Post-Masters Mathematics, NJIT, Newark, NJ 1991, 18 cr. MS, Computer Science, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck NJ, 1988. BS, General Studies, Pace University, Pleasantville, NJ 1985. Microprocessor Electrical Engineering, NRI (Corrspondence) 1982. Science, Engineering and Military Leadership, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, 1977-80. United States Military Academy Preparatory School, Ft. Monmouth, NJ, 1975-76. Electrical Engineering, CIE, (Correspondence), 1974-75. Chemical Engineering, Univ. of Michigan, 1973-75. High School Honor Graduate, 1973. Top SAT centile.
Systems programming, software engineering, expert systems, graphics systems, networks, mathematical modeling, information systems, automata theory, statistics, mathematics, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, physics, mechanics, thermofluid dynamics, geology, drafting, accounting, economics, marketing.
SUMMARY: Software Architect. UNIX Guru. DOS Internals. Technical Writer. Turnkey Systems Design and Development. Scientific and Business Background. Mathematician/Statistician. Systems Analyst. Software Tool and Language Designer. Kernel Design and Development. Real-time Systems Engineer. Transaction Database Designer. Migration Consultant. Test Engineer. Reverse/Re-Engineer. Internet Research. Software Development Methodologist. Project Team Leader. Consultant.
Direct experience in the following areas: UNIX systems programming, defense electronics, avionics, ECM, utility power generation, data acquisition, real-time control, point-of-sale systems, simulation, source control, data definition, course preparation/corporate teaching.
Operating Systems: UNIX (UnixWare SRV4, DEC OSF/1, Dynix, InterActive, Ultrix, SVR3.2, Coherrent), DOS, MKS ToolKit, Windows, MacOS System 7.x.
Programming Languages: C/C++, Pascal, FORTRAN, BASIC, COBOL, Prolog, UNIX languages (ksh, sed, nawk, n/troff, eqn/pic/tbl), UNIX SGS tools (lex, yacc, SCCS/RCS, make, debug/analysis tools, GNU tools), Intel and Motorola assembly language.
Consultant, (3/96-date). Provider of UNIX, Internet, software engineering and technical writing services.
Senior Computer Scientist, Computer Sciences Corporation (7/95-date). Corporate teaching of C/UNIX, in-house systems consultant (part time).
Wayne Hadady & Associates, Inc. Chesterfield, VA. (10/92-date).
Systems Analyst (3/95-7/95). Grant-funded UNIX Systems statistical programming support (part time) for the VCU/MCV Department of Psychiatric Genetics.
Real-time Systems Engineer (10/92-date). Subcontractor on Department of Energy contract no. DE-AC02-91CH10447. Designed and developed a Real-Time operating system kernel. On it, implemented a system controller for an experimental phosphoric acid fuel cell/battery powered commuter bus. Developed under MKS Tools ksh using: MS C 6.0 and C/C++ 7.0, UNIX languages including ksh, make, awk and sed; Greenleaf Comm Library; Burr-Brown Intelligent Instruments PCI DAC hardware and drivers. Delivered source code, fabrication scripts, custom 4GL code generator and manual, user manual, maintenance report generators, software engineering report. Under contract to H-Power Corp., Belleville, NJ. Providing occasional on-going support for this project to Georgetown University.
UNIX Systems Consultant, Ascom-Timeplex, Woodcliff Lake, NJ (3/91-9/92). Supported software development and administration on a UNISYS U6000/80 (multiple CPU UNIX mainframe by Sequent) running ORACLE-based MIS applications under Dynix on a world-wide network. Automated software source maintenance processes. Provided critical codes, high-speed algorithms and essential tools. Wrote SQR libraries. Interpreted kernel core dumps. Directed IBM-to-UNIX application migrations. Engineered and implemented security, communications, database and code library systems.
Sr. Software Eng., Teledata International, Inc., Bloomfield, NJ (3/90-12/90). Directed corporate software development. Implemented in InterActive UNIX/C a 4-terminal point-of-sale application. Developed DB internals, peripheral control software, report generators and screens in C and ksh. Developed critical algorithms for image rotation and compression. Developed code under XWS. 12K lines code and 130 pgs. of documentation.
MTS, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Summit, NJ (6/88-2/90). Contractor for The Consortium. Wrote, tested and edited programmer interface descriptions for the SVR4 Interface Definition (SVID), thereby acquiring global exposure to UNIX programmer interfaces. Automated the editing of text file libraries. Devised index generators for multi-volume technical references. Wrote stream editor in sed for inserting links in documents accessed by a hypertext shell. Recognized in 1991 for this work.
Sr. Tech. Writer, Bell Communications Rsrch, Morristown, NJ (4/86-6/88). Contractor for Data Communications, Inc. Wrote and reviewed technical documentation produced by Bellcore for Bell Operating Companies. Tested and documented a graphics shell designed to replace four or more physical character cell terminals with a single windowing terminal. Tested and documented an experimental hypertext application (Super Book) now in use at universities and corporations across the country as a prototype. Assisted others in the use of UNIX tools, editors and typesetting pkgs.
Tech. Pubs. Specialist, ITT Avionics, Nutley, NJ (2/84-4/86). Reverse-engineered schematics, test documents and ROM maps to develop simplified block diagrams, theory descriptions and fault isolation and repair procedures for carrier-based maintenance of the multiple-CPU computer module of a tactical aircraft self-protection jamming system for Navy penetrators. Hardware included AMD, Intel and custom built microprocessors. Physical architecture was thick-film hybrid. Provided technical expertise to technical writers supporting ECM systems on strategic bombers.
Tech. Writing Mgr., Mantek Services, Inc., Rye, NY (10/80-2/84). Designed and wrote 42 technical manuals. Managed a staff of technical writers and illustrators. Responsible for technical content of military and civilian maintenance manuals. Wrote theories of operation from engineering drawings and schematics. Major systems included digital card tester widely used by DOD for field maintenance; propellant vapor detector used by NORAD in missile silo operations; utility power generation plants used to support the Navy in the Philippines; aircraft hydraulic test stand used in end-to-end aircraft maintenance; computer power generation systems used in the Patriot missile system; numerous aircraft components (digital, analog and hydraulic).