6200 Whitewater Ct. Montgomery AL 36117

Phone (334) 467-6954 E-mail james@jameswhite.org

James S. White

Experience Summary

 

Six years of experience in network support, three years experience systems/network administration, including server farm design and construction, network security model implementation, and customer support. Very familiar with integrating Unix and Windows networks for interoperability. My greatest strength is being able to independently acquire the skills required to get the mission accomplished.

Technical summary

Hardware:

Sparc [4u, 4m], Intel x86, SGI [Origin, Challenge], Sun A1000

Operating Systems:

Linux [2.2-2.4], Solaris [2.5-8], Windows [2000, Me, 9x, 3.1x], DOS

Languages:

Perl, Bourne Shell, C, Visual C++, awk

Administration Software:

Apache/SSL, Samba, Netscape Enterprise Web Server, Sendmail, BIND, ipchains/iptables, vtun, Veritas Volume Manager, Solstice Disk Suite, Jumpstart, Kickstart, Majordomo

Databases:

MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase, Unify

Protocols:

DNS, POP, IMAP, SMTP, TCP, UDP, IP, NFS, SMB/CIFS, NIS+, LDAP, NNTP, DHCP, BOOTP

Professional experience

 

6/00 - Present GX-Tech Inc Montgomery, AL

Project Engineer

n     Created anti-piracy software using Microsoft Visual C++ and gcc

n     Designed custom encrypted file transfer protocols

n     Authored web-based marketing applications in perl and ActiveX

n     Developed cross-platform network libraries

 

12/99 - 6/00 ITC^DeltaCom Auburn, AL

Network Engineer

n     Handled second level technical support calls for the network services

n     Administered Apache/Stronghold server on Solaris and Irix

n     Designed and Implemented a Linux/Solaris server cluster

n     Authored web-based management tools for network services

 

1/98 12/99 Auburn University Auburn University, AL

Information Technology Specialist II

n     Was the primary Administrator for a multiple-subnet Solaris network

n     Responsible for tracking all support issues and seeing them resolved quickly

n     Developed scripts for task automation using perl and the Bourne shell

 

3/96 1/98 Auburn University Auburn University, AL

Student Assistant

n     Configured Microsoft Windows clients to interoperate with existing Unix services

n     Handled PC technical support issues, politely interacted with frustrated users

n     Instructed users on utilization of the network services and applications

 

11/88 11/92 United States Army Wildflecken, Germany

Ground Surveillance Systems Operator

n     Supervised a battlefield reconnaissance team

n     Executed complex missions that involved the coordination of large groups

n     Held a SECRET level security clearance

Education

 

6/00 Auburn University Auburn University, AL

Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering

Foci included microprocessor design in VHDL and computer architecture.

Design Project: Computer modeling the effects of NEMP on transmission lines

 

8/94 Calhoun Community College Decatur, AL

Associates of Science Management Information Systems

Classes included: Systems Analysis, Fortran, COBOL, Pascal, and database design

ProFessional Training

 

Sun Educational Services:

3/99 Solaris Systems Administration II

5/99 Solaris Network Administration I

References

 

William Lacy

Computer IT Specialist III

Auburn University

(334) 844-3508

lacywil@vetmed.auburn.edu

Professional Reference

 

Bradley Hawkins

Computer Programmer

GX-Tech Inc.

(334) 395-4277

hawkbr@gx-tech.com

Professional Reference

 

Blair Brown

Network Engineer

EPB

(423) 648-1546

brownlb@epb.net

Personal Reference