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Send email to: Michael S. Jenkins
Rates: (please inquire directly)
Services provided as a freelancing individual
Looking for fulltime work
Homepage URL http://user.mc.net/mjenkins
Portfolio/Resume URL http://user.mc.net/mjenkins/HTML/jcs.html
I work on-site in the greater Chicago Metro area. I am willing to tele-commute using my development systems to anywhere in the US.
Contact me at http://user.mc.net/mjenkins or firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of Responsibility: Project Lead Lead Programmer Lead Designer Technical Lead Analyst Contact Programmer Designer System Tester Technical Documentation
Client / Server, Internet, Intranet, and Multi-Platform projects.
UNIX - Solaris, HPUX, AIX, Linux, DGUX PC - Windows / DOS
Areas of Development: Internet Marketing Market Sampling/Demographics Financial/Trading Systems Accounting Real Estate/Property Management Government Reporting Materials Management and Distribution Systems Software Utilities Engineering & Scientific Systems Telephony
I am a seasoned software development professional with 8 years of experience. My system development experience includes Client/Server and Multi-Tiered Client/Server business applications. Past application development work includes design and development of graphical user interfaces, data servers, proprietary databases, ISAM, RDBMS, SQL, TCP/IP communications, scientific, and reporting business applications. I have generally worked on projects for the full lifecycle of the software and understand the issues involved from system requirements to deployment.
C++, C, Java, Visual BASIC, SQL, DATABUS, 8088 Assembler, TestBASIC, sh(Korn/Bourne), Pascal
Libraries: Windows SDK,Object Builder,Windows for C,Windows for Data, Curses,Vermont Views,Phar Lap DOS-Extender, dBase III(dBC III),OS/2 API Library,dblib. Database: SQL,SYBASE,INFORMIX,dBase III+,R-Base,DB2,QMF
IBM RS/6000, HP-890, HP-750, SUN, SUN SPARC Station, IBM PC, IBM PS/2, Intel 80X86, Prime, Data General Aviion
Solaris, System V, AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Interactive UNIX, UNIX Ware, DG-UX, SUN-OS, XENIX, MS-DOS, MS-Windows, OS/2
Java can be a very useful tool to develop Multi-Platform user interfaces and internet applications and applets. If Sun, Microsoft, and Netscape can come to an agreement that will keep platform-specific "extensions" from becoming the norm, I think that Java could be (eventually) as good a general purpose programming language as C and C++ are.