2702 Monroe Street #106|
Madison, WI 53711
TIMOTHY ALLEN PASKEWITZ
IBM PC, IBM RS6000, IBM 3090, NCR 3000, Windows 2000/98/95/NT, Unix (AIX, SCO, AT&T), PROGRESS, PICK/UNIVERSE, CLIPPER, ADABAS/NATURAL, SYSTEM BUILDER, FOXBASE, DELPHI, BASIC, C, COBOL, BTRIEVE, NOVELL, WEBWIZARD, MICROSOFT OFFICE.
|Sept 2003||City of Madison|
Working Environment: City of Madison has over 50 custom written systems using the Progress Database serving over 2000 employees.
Databases run on HP Unix servers with client interfaces via Windows 2000/XP desktop running Novell Netware.
Progress related responsibilities as part of a team of DBAS include basic database administration on systems when required as well as development, design and programming.
Other Duties include Microsoft SQL database administration, Crystal Reports development administration and project management.
Environment includes Progress V9/Unix (HP), Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Crystal Report Writer version 9
|Aug 2002||MWL Concepts|
Providing remote consulting services to a large manufacturing firm Located in Atlanta, Georgia with branch offices throughout USA. Services include
Project Development, System Development, Programming, and Database administration.
Part-Time Consulting approx 50 hours per month since Sept 2003
|Jan 2001||MWL Concepts|
|July 2002||Atlanta, Georgia|
Providing consulting services to over 5 small to large companies in the Atlanta Metro area. Companies are in including manufacturing, government,
telecommunications, warehousing, catalog mail order, and loan financing.
Environment includes Progress/Unix (SCO), Pick (Universe & D3), Windows NT/2000, Webwizard, Microsoft Office.
|Jan 1990||2001 Computer Concepts|
|Jan 2001||Atlanta, Georgia|
Providing consulting services to extensive list of over twenty small to large companies in the Atlanta metro area. Industries including manufacturing,
government, telecommunications, warehousing, catalog mail order, and loan financing.
Environment included Progress, Pick, Universe, C, Clipper, Unix, Windows NT, and Delphi on UNIX and NT Servers.
|June 1990||R. J. Reynolds Tobacco|
|Jan. 1991||Winston-Salem, North Carolina|
Designed and programmed the Coupon Redemption Center Transfer System in C on an IBM PS/2 50 running PC-DOS 3.3. The system included
transfer of letters and comments to an ADABAS/NATURAL mainframe system.
|Jan. 1986||Centers For Disease Control|
|Feb. 1990||Atlanta, Georgia|
Converted and enhanced the Medial Device Tracking and Distribution System from COBOL to PROGRESS on a COMPAQ 386 running under MS-DOS. Over twenty programs were converted. Projected lasted for approximately one hundred hours. Designed and programmed the Computerized Health Evaluation and Surveillance System and the Lifestyle Participation and Physiological Testing System in CLIPPER/DBASE-III on an IBM PC-AT running ALLOY/NOVELL network. Designed and programmed the Automated Receiving System and the Personnel Action Tracking System in ADABAS/NATURAL on an IBM 3090 running under CICS/MVS/XA
|May 1985||Veratec Corporation|
|May 1992||Athens, Georgia|
Design and program the Storeroom Inventory Control System in CLIPPER/DBASE-III on an IBM PC-AT running ALLOY/NOVELL network.
Design and program the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling System in FOXPRO on an IBM PC-AT running PC-DOS.
Design and program the Shipping and Receiving System in PICK/BASIC and SYSTEM BUILDER on an INTERMEC 68020 TALISMAN
connected via a network to a VAX 11/750. Use PkHarmony terminal emulation to communicate between and interact with IBM PC systems.
Interface to Bar-coding system. Creation of Bar code labels on Okidata laser printer.
|May 1984||Tandy Radio Shack Computer Center|
|Mar 1985||Athens, Georgia|
|July 1983||University of Georgia|
|Mar 1985||Athens, Georgia|
|Aug. 1981||Southern Illinois University|
|May 1983||Carbondale, Illinois|
May 1982 Bachelor of Arts, Computer Science, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.