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Send email to: Art Blake
Rates: per project to $250/hr
Services provided as a freelancing individual
Looking for fulltime work
Homepage URL http://www.blakesys.com
Portfolio/Resume URL http://www.cc.gatech.edu/people/home/blake/art.html
Atlanta, GA USA
Java and HTML Creative design of audiovisual multimedia Windows GUI development ('95 & NT) Unix and TCP/IP software development Network programming: distributed systems & client server Database Integration: SQL, Sybase etc. Fast turnaround. Solid, robust solutions
Java!! - I can provide a simple applet, or a complete custom design including graphic design of needed images and layout as well as sounds.
Windows '95, NT and Unix
- MOST RECENT WORK - 6/94-present : Consulting for a major on-line information provider: MS-Windows GUI design in C++, Java integration with a Server DB. 6/91-6/94 : Network stack systems programming for a major Satellite communications Systems provider. C programming on Unix & imbedded systems. 9/88-6/91 : Interactive Voice Response apps Design of sound editing software, including DSP functionality. C programming in Windows/DOS, VMS.
I have worked on a broad variety of platforms, using a wide array of programming languages and development environments. I've worked at a large corporations, small-startups, medium sized companies and as an independant consultant. My main programming strengths come from working on so many diverse projects. I have a strong background in real-world experience, with with an equal foundation in academia. I'm not prejudiced toward one environment, OS or language in particular.
Java C C++ Lisp Ada Pascal FORTRAN COBOL Rexx BASIC Procomm Aspect and more...
Java Developers Kit Microsoft Foundation Classes Zinc Application Framework Sun ONC RPC Sockets Procomm Aspect Scripting language Microsoft Access Microsoft Office Developers Kit Ctree Database Library DDE & OLE and more...
PC's DEC Alpha 2100, 3000 Sun Sparcstations DEC VAX IBM 360 Mac and so on...
Windows 3.x, '95, NT UNIX (Sun, OSF/1, Linux, etc.) DOS VMS VM/CMS and more...
MIDI VoicePerfect Tools (IVR's)
Photoshop 3.x MS-Office Netscape 2.0 etc.
the Internet itself! daily, I: read News browse the Web converse with E-mail etc.
It appears that Java is being embraced by the Internet community. And at the same time, the PC community is finally merging with the Unix/Internet community. This is a big thing! It seems like everyone, including major players (Microsoft, IBM, Sun, Netscape, etc.), minor players (Borland, Symantic, etc.) on down to individual developers are all excited about Java! I see a huge potential for revolution in this already revolutionary industry, and that is very exciting. I too am excited about this new revolution and plan to be a part of it!