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Website design and support, 1997-2011, PCs and Macs
UC Berkeley HOU Project Manager, 2002 through 2006.
PC NETWORK CONSULTING AND SUPPORT (1991 to 2001)
Certified Novell Engineer certification 1994. Netware 4.x certification-upgrade 1997
Microcomputer network support from 1991 to 2001
Hardware/software installation and support for Novell and Windows 9x, NT networks,
database set-ups, Internet installations and personalized training at all levels for businesses.
to balance quality and load time, with attention to cross-browser issues.
PROGRAMMING PROJECTS 1986-1991 - Clipper, using C subroutine calls
Novell Network projects as consultant/programmer
General Ledger system for Dimento-Lyall, Inc., for Fleischmann's Yeast
Consultant/Programmer Feb '88 to Oct. '90
Developed Payroll program used in 16 cities. Converted PC data to Bank of America
mainframe format. Provided end-user support in connection with a 3-server network.
Database Search program for PG&E Diablo Canyon Rate Case, for Tenera Ltd, for Bechtel Corp.
Associate Consultant Apr. '87 to Dec. '87
Programmed main databases and reports for PG&E rebuttal of the 17,000-page Public Utilities
Commission's Public Staff Department report recommending disallowance of $4.4 billion
in Diablo Canyon costs. The project involved work on 20 computers and general PC support
for several units involved in the case.
Result: New Independent Safety Committee, DCISC + PG&E assigned 100% financial risk.
Developed PC tracking-analysis of electrical cables and raceways for cogeneration power plants
for Impell Power Projects
Applications Developer Sept. '86 to Apr. '87
Using Clipper and dBASE III+, my design tool and construction aid for Impell's California
cogeneration projects analyzes data for possible improper routing or overfill conditions
and identifies cable requirements for each project. Customized and patterned after a mainframe
program, it saved Impell $30,000-$50,000 per project relative to mainframe costs.
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