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McGill University (Math)
McGill University (Master's)
Boston University (Graduate Coursework)
Hi, my name is Walter H. I work as a professional programmer using Java, XML, BEA WebLogic, SOAP, Eclipse, Subversion, JUnit and Jenkins in a SOA environment. I have experience with C++, COM/OLE, Windows, RedHat Linux, and MS Developers Studio.
I have a M. Sc. in mathematics from McGill University and have been programming professionally for 20 years. I have tutored at McGill, SUNY-Albany, RPI, and Duke.
I would like to meet in a common quite public location. Most of the time, I meet in the back room at Germantown Public Library or the cafe at the Germantown Baptist Church. Hi, my name is Walter H. I work as a professional programmer using Java, XML, BEA WebLogic, SOAP, Eclipse, Subversion, JUnit and Jenkins in a SOA environment. I have experience with C++, COM/OLE, … Read more
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I have written web sites based on ASP.NET for http://www.relocationmw.com (2008) and Morgan Keegan 's Fixed Income Group (2007). I have my own web site in ASP.NET.
I used C# for 3 of the last 5 years. Most of my work with it was at DealerTrack. I developed web pages using WinForms.
I have worked as a professional programmer since 1985.
I got my start in CS at Cornell University in the Summer AP program in 1979. I have learned CS using PL/C on a IBM-360. After college, I have been programming every since. I take occasional classes, like OS at Boston U., X11 at UAH, Feedback Systems USF, and UMemphis.
I was born in Czechoslovakia and have lived there until the age of 8. I can speak both Slovak and Czech. I speak Slovak with my immediate family, extended family via telephone, and people who I meet occasionally who speak Polish, Czech or Slovak. I run into strangers who speak the language at least twice a year. I also read the news, browse the internet, set up my home Linux computer in Slovak, and listen to broadcasts in Slovak.
I studied undergraduate differential equations as part of my math degree. I worked in numerical solutions to differential equations for grad school as well as used the techniques on jobs. I tutored a Duke student for her mid-term in differential equations last year.
I use DOS as a programmer. I have been using it since 1981.
I have been working with computers since the summer of 1979 when I took CS101 at Cornell University as an Advanced Placement student. That fall in HS, we got a Prime 300 and a Commadore Pet with 6502 assembler. Over the years, I have programmed in Intel assembler, IBM 360 assembler, Dartmouth BASIC, C, C++, TI C, Perl, Fortran, Java, C#, and VB. I have programmed on DOS, Windows 3.1, 95, 98, NT, ME, XP, Vista, Linux, Apple OS, Primos and IBM AS400.
I have installed memory, cleaned circuit boards, replaced motherboards, CPUs, clocks, fans, electrical supplies, installed and configured TI-DSP boards on a EISA slot, and changed cases. I have even used an solder iron, an oscillascope, logic analyser, and video encoding gear from Virage, Haupage and SONY.
I started out learning Linux using Slackware Linux in 1991. At IBM from 2001-2004, I used RedHat Linux. I have also worked with other brands of Unix like HP-UX and AIX. Now, at FedEx from 2012 to present, I use RH Linux as well.
I started programming using Windows 3.1 since the early 1990's. Since then, I have used Win95, Win98, WinNT, WinME, WinCE, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista, Windows7, and Windows 8.
At around Win98, MS integrated Windows with DOS. Now with Virtualization technology, the OS doesn't do a lot of the tasking functionality.
I have used UNIX professionally since 1999 while working at PTC. I worked on HP-UX, AIX, GNU and Free Software Foundation and Linux. I have written in BASH and KSH. I understand the OS and GUI. I am current working on Shell scripting.
I used VB in 2005. I also used it in 2007 at Morgan Keegan. I use VB.net occasionally every day.
I started working in Web Design in 1997-2002 at a time when it was the rave. Currently at FedEx where I am working now, we use a web facing architect via SOAP XML and Web Services SOA. I have worked at ABP as a web developer and maintained their customer facing web pages.