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Send email to: Sean D. Reilly
Rates: $25/hr to $100/hr
Services provided as a freelancing individual
Homepage URL http://doublediamond.com/sreilly/
2701 LivingStone Lane #T-3 Vienna, VA 22180
Email or phone (703) 206-9826
- Object Oriented design and implementation. - Stand-alone Java Applications. - Java,C,C++,Python,... programming. - Graphical User Interface Design - Object Oriented and Relational Database design and implementation. - HTTP, CGI, and integrated web applications.
Communications/Network Applications. Client server and peer to peer applications.
Solaris, Windows95, OS/2 Warp, Linux
I currently work for DynCorp (Information and Engineering Technology division). Mainly responsible for the design implementation of stand-alone Java Applications for a contract with DARPA. Past experience is mainly through school and Part-time programming during school. I received a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science in May 1994. And Completed a Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Virginia in December 1995.
- C, C++, Java, Python as well as many other languages. - Network Programming (stream and datagram sockets, client server and peer to peer architectures). - Mainly Unix programming with some Windows and OS/2. - Relational and object oriented database programming.
Java C C++ Python Ada Pascal Assembler (8086,8088) Lisp
Java - Tools: Symantec Cafe, OEW, SpecJava Environments: Solaris/Xwindows, Windows95, OS/2 C/C++ - Tools: Borland Development environment, gcc, gdb. Environments: Unix (SunOS,Solaris,Irix,linux), Windows, OS/2
Sun SparcStation Intel 386,486 Pentium
SunOS Solaris Irix linux AIX DOS/Windows Windows95 OS/2
xemacs Symantec Cafe SpecJava (Java Gui builder)
Sun SparcStation20 Intel 486 66 Intel Pentium 133
ISP Dialup through Modem
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I believe that once the hype wears off, It will be used much more for stand-alone applications than for making web pages look spiffy. It will still have a big impact on the internet due to the portability of code, but it will be much more functional than the current "games and animations" role that it currently has.