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 |  4  |Direct-report capacity of supervising junior-level employees| ​ |  4  |Direct-report capacity of supervising junior-level employees| ​
 |  5  |Use and administration of SUN 450's (employer) & UltraSPARC workstations (personal)| |  5  |Use and administration of SUN 450's (employer) & UltraSPARC workstations (personal)|
-|  ​11  ​|Auditing security of information systems; developing business policies and processes; managing linux workstations| +|  ​12  ​|Auditing security of information systems; developing business policies and processes; managing linux workstations| 
-|  ​13  |SAGE “Senior Systems Administrator” skill level; key personnel managing multiple IS/IT systems within multiple organizations;​ providing 24/7 on-call technical support to Asia, Europe & US offices (not just emergencies);​ use and administration of WiFi-based LAN & MAN technologies| +|  ​14  |SAGE “Senior Systems Administrator” skill level; key personnel managing multiple IS/IT systems within multiple organizations;​ providing 24/7 on-call technical support to Asia, Europe & US offices (not just emergencies);​ use and administration of WiFi-based LAN & MAN technologies| 
-|  ​14  ​|Managing T1, analog & VoIP/​SIP/​IAX2 telephony solutions (years with VoIP); domestic & international business travel| +|  ​15  ​|Managing T1, analog & VoIP/​SIP/​IAX2 telephony solutions (years with VoIP); domestic & international business travel| 
-|  ​15  ​|Engineering & managing virtual and cloud computing environments,​ including XEN, ZEN, OpenVZ and VMWare GSX, ESX, Server & Workstation| +|  ​16  ​|Engineering & managing virtual and cloud computing environments,​ including XEN, ZEN, OpenVZ and VMWare GSX, ESX, Server & Workstation| 
-|  ​16  ​|Systems design, construction,​ maintenance with workstation and network-level hardware & software; managing linux servers, routers & firewalls in production environments;​ ethernet & token-ring LAN, fiber-based MAN, T1 & DSL-based WANs| +|  ​17  ​|Systems design, construction,​ maintenance with workstation and network-level hardware & software; managing linux servers, routers & firewalls in production environments;​ ethernet & token-ring LAN, fiber-based MAN, T1 & DSL-based WANs| 
-|  ​20  |Use & administration of general PC (x86) & Apple Macintosh hardware. (up to forty-eight processor cores)|+|  ​21  |Use & administration of general PC (x86) & Apple Macintosh hardware. (up to forty-eight processor cores)|
  
 ^  YEARS  ^  EXPOSURE AND EXPERIENCE LEVELS AS INDICATED BY YEAR-RANGE OF EXPERIENCE ​ ^ ^  YEARS  ^  EXPOSURE AND EXPERIENCE LEVELS AS INDICATED BY YEAR-RANGE OF EXPERIENCE ​ ^
 |  2-4  |Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) | |  2-4  |Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) |
-|  4-6  |XEN and ZEN, Amazon EC2/AWS, SAS SAN, Zimbra, WebCalendar,​ Mozilla Calendar, Oracle RAC, WebLogic, MS-SQL, Sybase, AoE NAS | +|  4-6  |Zimbra, WebCalendar,​ Mozilla Calendar, Oracle RAC, WebLogic, Sybase, AoE NAS | 
-|  6-8  |OpenVZ, Mac OS X (10.3-10.9),​ Linux (Ubuntu), Apple iCal, NeoOffice, wireless (WiMAX), Bugzilla, subversion, ​puppet (centralized configuration management),​ native IPv6 routing, BGP for IPv4 & IPv6 dual-stacked networks, DDoS mitigation, FiberChannel SAN((4Gb & 8Gb)), SCO OpenServer 5, GroupWise, BorderManager,​ ZENWorks, MS Access, Progress, Informix | +|  6-8  |puppet (centralized configuration management),​ native IPv6 routing, BGP for IPv4 & IPv6 dual-stacked networks, DDoS mitigation, MS-SQL, XEN and ZEN, Amazon EC2/AWS, SAS SAN, Mac OS X (10.3-10.9),​ wireless (WiMAX), Bugzilla, subversion, FiberChannel SAN((4Gb & 8Gb)), SCO OpenServer 5, GroupWise, BorderManager,​ ZENWorks, MS Access, Progress, Informix | 
-|  8-11  |Blade servers((IBM BladeCenter H and E chassis)), Telephony (VoIP, SIP/IAX2, Asterisk), Wiki (Twiki, MoinMoin, DokuWiki), NetWare 3.x-5.x, Solaris 8-10 (Intel & Sparc), Zimbra, OpenLDAP, Novell'​s NDS/​eDirectory,​ Office 97 & 2000 | +|  8-11  |Apple iCal, NeoOffice, OpenVZ, ​Blade servers((IBM BladeCenter H and E chassis)), Telephony (VoIP, SIP/IAX2, Asterisk), Wiki (Twiki, MoinMoin, DokuWiki), NetWare 3.x-5.x, Solaris 8-10 (Intel & Sparc), Zimbra, OpenLDAP, Novell'​s NDS/​eDirectory,​ Office 97 & 2000 | 
-| 11-15  |Linux (Debian, RedHat, SUSE & Slackware), MAC OS 7 & 8.5, Windows 2000/XP, djbdns, BIND, Apache, IIS, Snort IDS, logcheck, tripwire, OpenSSH, OpenOffice.org,​ AntiVirus (TrendMicro,​ Mcafee, Inoculan), Nessus, nmap, Backup (rsync, Veritas, NovaStor), Exim, Sendmail, Cyrus IMAP/POP3, MySQL, PostgreSQL, XMPP/​Jabber,​ SSL, S/MIME, PGP, Squid Proxy, Ethereal, VMWare, wireless (WiFi), Nagios, Smokeping, MRTG/SNMP, RequestTracker,​ mailing lists (MailMan & home-grown),​ Samba/SMB, IP QoS, IPv4 routing (RIP, BGP, OSPF); mesh, PtP & star topology VPNs (IPSec GRE/IKE & BorderManager),​ IPv6 Tunneling, MySQL, PostgreSQL, LAN & WAN IPX & IP tunneling (IPSec & IPX-tunnel),​ NetWare/​NCP,​ DOS 6.22/7, Windows 3.11/​95/​NT4,​ WaveLAN in switched & routed networks, ISDN, ARCServe, Adtran, & 3Com equipment, Tadiran Coral 1 & 3 PBX |+| 11-15  |Linux (Ubuntu), ​Linux (Debian, RedHat, SUSE & Slackware), MAC OS 7 & 8.5, Windows 2000/XP, djbdns, BIND, Apache, IIS, Snort IDS, logcheck, tripwire, OpenSSH, OpenOffice.org,​ AntiVirus (TrendMicro,​ Mcafee, Inoculan), Nessus, nmap, Backup (rsync, Veritas, NovaStor), Exim, Sendmail, Cyrus IMAP/POP3, MySQL, PostgreSQL, XMPP/​Jabber,​ SSL, S/MIME, PGP, Squid Proxy, Ethereal, VMWare, wireless (WiFi), Nagios, Smokeping, MRTG/SNMP, RequestTracker,​ mailing lists (MailMan & home-grown),​ Samba/SMB, IP QoS, IPv4 routing (RIP, BGP, OSPF); mesh, PtP & star topology VPNs (IPSec GRE/IKE & BorderManager),​ IPv6 Tunneling, MySQL, PostgreSQL, LAN & WAN IPX & IP tunneling (IPSec & IPX-tunnel),​ NetWare/​NCP,​ DOS 6.22/7, Windows 3.11/​95/​NT4,​ WaveLAN in switched & routed networks, ISDN, ARCServe, Adtran, & 3Com equipment, Tadiran Coral 1 & 3 PBX |
 |  15+  |LAN, MAN, WAN environments. DHCP (ISC, Cisco, Novell), NAT, IP firewalling,​ perl, Unix shell (BASH, sh, ksh), awk, sed, PHP, C, C++, SQL, HTML, JavaScript, Linux (Debian & Slackware), wired & wireless ethernet, T1, Frame Relay (PtP & PtMP), DSL (consumer), Cisco & HP networking equipment, data-center rack-mount environments| |  15+  |LAN, MAN, WAN environments. DHCP (ISC, Cisco, Novell), NAT, IP firewalling,​ perl, Unix shell (BASH, sh, ksh), awk, sed, PHP, C, C++, SQL, HTML, JavaScript, Linux (Debian & Slackware), wired & wireless ethernet, T1, Frame Relay (PtP & PtMP), DSL (consumer), Cisco & HP networking equipment, data-center rack-mount environments|
  
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     * Developed & implemented a standardized desktop environment using ZENWorks     * Developed & implemented a standardized desktop environment using ZENWorks
     * Workday helpdesk support for Windows NT4/2000/XP in a NetWare environment,​ 24/7 on-call 3rd -tier support     * Workday helpdesk support for Windows NT4/2000/XP in a NetWare environment,​ 24/7 on-call 3rd -tier support
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-===== Lecturer/​Teacher,​ Portland & Mount Hood Community Colleges (PCC & MHCC) ===== 
-**Portland, OR. November 1999 to current ** 
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-Lectured, by invitation, as an industry professional in networking technologies classes (approximately fourteen sessions). Primarily discussing WAN technologies,​ networking protocols, job hunting techniques, information security, system virtualization (cloud-computing),​ operating systems, and system administrator'​s general duties. 
- 
-===== Presenter, ITEC Convention ===== 
-**Portland, OR. 1999 & 2004** 
- 
-  * 2004: Systems monitoring; using Nagios & Smokeping to improve services 
-  * 1999: VMWare technology; getting Linux & Windows to co-exist 
  
 ===== District Computer/​PBX Technician, Parkrose School District ===== ===== District Computer/​PBX Technician, Parkrose School District =====
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 Silly people would break exhibits, I'd fix them (with a smile). Scope of work included wielding a soldering iron and small-parts tools, ​ while leveraging low-level diagnostic equipment such as multimeters,​ frequency generators, sound processors, and oscilloscopes. Silly people would break exhibits, I'd fix them (with a smile). Scope of work included wielding a soldering iron and small-parts tools, ​ while leveraging low-level diagnostic equipment such as multimeters,​ frequency generators, sound processors, and oscilloscopes.
  
-====== ​Educational History ​====== +====== ​Community & Professional Affiliations ​====== 
-===== City UniversityVancouver WA ===== +===== Lecturer/​TeacherPortland & Mount Hood Community ​Colleges (PCC & MHCC) ===== 
-2005-2006 **Studied**:​ 110 credit hours((includes credit hours transferred from Mount Hood Community ​College)) completed towards Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems Networking & Telecommunications +**Portland, ORNovember 1999 to current ​**
-  * Withdrew to focus on career, and development of speciality skills. +
-===== Mount Hood Community College, Gresham OR ===== +
-1997-2005 ​**Studied**: Associate of Arts in Computer Applications Specialist Program +
-  * Transferred credit hours into City University. +
-===== Clark County Vocational Skills Center, Vancouver WA ===== +
-1995-1997 +
-  ​* **Certificate of Completion**:​ Electro-Digital Technologies,​ two year program +
-  * Hewlett Packard Total Quality Commissioning (TQC) training.+
  
-====== Certifications ====== +Lectured, by invitation, as an industry professional in networking technologies classes (approximately fourteen sessions). Primarily discussing WAN technologies,​ networking protocols, job hunting techniques, information security, system virtualization (cloud-computing),​ operating systems, and system administrator'​s general duties. 
-  SAIR GNU/LINUX LCP + 
-  * August 2000 Cisco CCNA, July 2001 +===== Presenter, ITEC Convention ​===== 
-  * Certified NetWare Administrator (CNA) 4.x, April 1997+**Portland, OR. 1999 & 2004** 
 + 
 +  * 2004: Systems monitoring; using Nagios & Smokeping to improve services 
 +  * 1999: VMWare technology; getting Linux & Windows to co-exist
  
-====== Professional Affiliations ====== 
 ===== PANUG (www.panug.org) ===== ===== PANUG (www.panug.org) =====
 1999 - 2008 1999 - 2008
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 2004 - present 2004 - present
   * SAGE is a USENIX special interest group for systems administrators.   * SAGE is a USENIX special interest group for systems administrators.
 +
 +====== Education and Certifications ======
 +  * SAIR GNU/LINUX LCP
 +  * August 2000 Cisco CCNA, July 2001
 +  * Certified NetWare Administrator (CNA) 4.x, April 1997
 +
 +===== City University, Vancouver WA =====
 +2005-2006 **Studied**:​ 110 credit hours((includes credit hours transferred from Mount Hood Community College)) completed towards Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems Networking & Telecommunications
 +  * Withdrew to focus on career, and development of speciality skills.
 +===== Mount Hood Community College, Gresham OR =====
 +1997-2005 **Studied**:​ Associate of Arts in Computer Applications Specialist Program
 +  * Transferred credit hours into City University.
 +===== Clark County Vocational Skills Center, Vancouver WA =====
 +1995-1997
 +  * **Certificate of Completion**:​ Electro-Digital Technologies,​ two year program
 +  * Hewlett Packard Total Quality Commissioning (TQC) training.
 +
 ====== Personal Interests & Hobbies ====== ====== Personal Interests & Hobbies ======
   * Group & Solo Randonneuring (long distance cycling) Within Oregon & Washington (since November 2007)   * Group & Solo Randonneuring (long distance cycling) Within Oregon & Washington (since November 2007)
   * Argentine Tango Dancing (2-10 hours/week) Within three states and seven countries (since July 2003)   * Argentine Tango Dancing (2-10 hours/week) Within three states and seven countries (since July 2003)
-  * Mechanical & Electrical Engineering (since 1990), personal equipment includes CNC, lathe, etc..+  * Mechanical & Electrical Engineering (since 1990), personal ​shop equipment includes ​metalworking ​CNC, lathe, MIG & plasma, 3D printer, etc. 
-  * Homeowner since 2002, landlord for two rental units since 2005, local coordination responsibility ​of additional eight rental ​units between 2008-2013.+  * Rental property owner & manager ​since 2005, number ​of owned/​managed ​units varies from two (2) to eight (8), dependent upon ongoing market trends 
 +  * Homeowner since 2002. 
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