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Richard Bartholomew

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Postfach 12 05 05

40605 Düsseldorf

Germany

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Skills

software:

 

hardware:

Java, C/C++, Visual C++, Solaris, AIX, Linux, Korn Shell, C Shell, Perl 5, HTML, JSP/Servlets, ColdFusion, CORBA/RMI, Oracle 8i SQL, ClearCase, X/Motif

SGI, DEC VAX/Alpha, Sun SPARC Ultra 5, IBM RS/6000, Intel/AMD

 

Experience

 

MEANINGFLOW TRANSLATION                                                                               

Self employed                                                                                                       

The work consists of translating technical documents and websites from German into English. Editing and proofreading services are also offered.

 

Tools: German and English language skills, standard Windows 10 Pro and applications, WordFast Pro 4.95.

 

 

DÜSSELDORF, NRW

Oct 2007–present

GERMAN RED CROSS

Volunteer

Assignment consisted of assisting children and adults effectively learn and use personal computers to access the internet and solve everyday problems.  Secondary assignment consisted of assisting adults to improve their English-language skills.

 

Course work toward the Goethe Institute’s Minor German Language Diploma.  German-to-English translation courses at New York University in preparation for qualification as a German-to-English technical translator.

 

Tools: German and English language skills, standard Windows 10 Pro applications.

 

 

DÜSSELDORF, NRW

Feb 2007–Oct 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION

Staff software engineer

Assignment consisted of multithreaded navigation-application development for the TRIDENT DPS MFS(V)2 in support of SSGN 726 conversion. Project tasks included

 

·     receiving OS navigation data via CORBA interface,

·     reformatting  data for socket  output to legacy CCS AN/UYK-43 system,

·     selecting and outputting navigation data via shared memory to display, and

·           monitoring and outputting interface status to status repository process via socket.

 

Functional areas comprised

 

·            code design, review, implementation, debugging and maintenance;

·           design documentation creation, review and editing;

·           test software design; and

·           unit, interface, and integration testing.

 

Tools: OCI ACE-TAO 1.3a, gcc-3.2, RedHat Enterprise 4, tkCVS 7.1.2, Rational Rose 4.0.3, Windows XP Professional, Perl 5.6.2, CMS-2

 

MIDDLETOWN, RI

Feb 2003–Jan 2007

 

Please see the Education section below.                                                    

 

Jan 2002–Feb 2003

 

ALPHATECH, INC.

Sr.  software engineer

Worked on distributed military-target tracking and counter-terrorist link extraction applications.  Gained some experience building UML diagrams and applying SEI development process. Obtained DOD secret clearance.  Tasks consisted of

 

·           code design, implementation, debugging and maintenance;

·           writing installation scripts in Perl;

·           training and support: and

·           system testing and documentation.

 

Tools: gcc-2.95.2, Sun C++ compilers 4.2 and 5.0, Linux 7.0, XSB Prolog 2.4, Perl 5.6.1, Rational Rose 2000e, Solaris 2.8, CORBA, Orbix2000 v2.0, Razor 4.2a.04, Rogue Wave, Windows NT

 

 

BURLINGTON, MA

Aug 2000–Dec 2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RATIONAL SOFTWARE CORPORATION

SubcontractorSapphire Technologies

Developed and maintained Bourne and Perl 5 installation and test scripts for Rational’s ClearCase product family on various hardware platforms.

 

Tools: Clearcase, ClearCase Lite, ClearQuest v4.1, Perl 5, emacs, Solaris 2.5.1, 2.6, 2.7, 2,8 32 and 64 bit, HP-UX 10, 11 32 and 64 bit

 

 

LEXINGTON, MA

Apr 2000–Aug 2000

 

COMVERSE NETWORK SYSTEMS, INC

SubcontractorModis

Resumed work on the JWR voice messaging system with responsibilities as described for the period Mar 1997–Aug 1998.  Additional work comprised porting JWR voice-message call flows from AccessMAX 1.0 to AccessMAX 3.0.

 

Tools: AccessMAX 3.0, Solaris 2.5.1, 2.6, Sun C++ compilers, Citrix and Windows 95, DDTS

 

 

ANDOVER, MA

Dec 1999–Apr 2000

SMITHSONIAN ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY

SubcontractorModis

Monitoring and trends analysis for the Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility (Chandra).  Work comprised designing and implementing an alarm system to monitor spacecraft engineering data and writing complete, correct documentation.  All Code was implemented in C/C++ and Perl on Sun SPARC Ultra 5s running Solaris.

 

Tools: Workshop debugger, Solaris 2.6, GNU make, C, Bourne Shell and Perl 4

 

CAMBRIDGE, MA

Aug 1998–Dec 1999

COMVERSE NETWORK SYSTEMS, INC

SubcontractorTechnical Aid Corporation

Worked extensively on the Japan Wireless Release (JWR) 1.0 voice messaging system built for Daini Denden, Inc.  This work comprised designing and building callflows as well as a small amount of C++ programming.

 

Tools: AccessMAX 1.0, Solaris 2.5.1, Sun C++ Compilers, DDTS

 

WAKEFIELD, MA

Mar 1997–Aug 1998

NOBLE SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS, INC

Sr. software engineer

Testing, installation, and liaison responsibilities involving the US Air Force's war-simulation game, AWSIM/R.  AWSIM/R is a distributed application incorporating an Oracle database.  I also acquired some Perl and HTML experience.

 

Tools: Perl 4, awk, sed, SunOS, vi , emacs

 

BEDFORD, MA

Jun 1996–Mar 1997

ROME LABORATORY

ProgrammerL&E Associates

C++/Motif programming in signal processing and cryptographic applications.  Performed some system administration activities such as backups.

 

Tools: AIX Unix utilities and C++ compilers, X11R3/Motif

 

LEXINGTON, MA

Nov 1995Jun 1996

LINCOLN LABORATORY

SubcontractorDigital Arts Group

Digital image processing as well as radar and other EM applications.  UNIX system administration responsibilities; staff training and assistance.  Gained some familiarity with GUI programming.

 

Tools: MATLAB, IRIX, Fortran IV and 77, VAX/VMS, C, X Motif

 

Experience acquired between 1976 and 1987 and references are available on request.

 

LEXINGTON, MA

1987–Nov 1995

 

Education

 

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

X27.9090 German to English Patent Translation

X27.9969 German to English Medical Translation

X27.9902 Introduction to German to English Translation

 

NEW YORK, NY

Spring 2006

Summer 2006

Fall 2005

 

HARVARD EXTENSION

CSCIE-253 Introduction to Database Systems and Client/Server Computing

Client/Server programming with Oracle 8i’s SQLPLUS and ColdFusion

CSCIE-160 Java for Distributed Computing.      

             Distributed programming with RMI and CORBA in Java  

 

CAMBRIDGE, MA

Spring 2002

 

Spring 2000

 

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS

90.220 Visual Basic

90.303 Advanced Java

Client/Server programming with JavaServer Pages (JSP) and servlets

90.270 Visual C++

Visual C++ 6.0 including SDI/MDI and ActiveX components

90.301 Java Programming

Basic Java programming including the AWT and Swing

 

LOWELL, MA

Summer 2002

Spring 2002

 

 

Spring 2002

 

Summer 2000

 

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

M.S. Information Science

Thesis topic: Join Semantics in Relational Databases

 

PITTSBURGH, PA

1983

 

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY

Computer Science

21 credits toward M.S. in Computer Science

 

BETHLEHEM, PA

19771979

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

B.S. in Electrical Engineering

 

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