Text Box: Programming Languages
In addition to utilizing these as project implementation languages, I also have substantial experience developing commercial compiler and symbolic debuggers.
Java J2SE 1.0-6.0 (JDBC, JavaMail, XML, RMI, Java3d)
C, C++, VC++, PL/SQL, Pascal, COBOL 68-85, Scheme
Korn Shell, Bash Shell, Bourne Shell, C Shell, Perl
Web and Network Technologies
I have studied and effectively applied this set of web technologies.
Java J2EE 1.3–1.4 (Servlet, JNDI, JSP, EJB, JAAS, JTA, JMS, JAX-RPC, Axis, Portlets),
HTTP 1.0-1.1, Web Services employing WSDL, SOAP and SAAJ,
Jboss Application Server 4.0.4, Sun Java System Application Server 8.1,
Tomcat Servlet Container 5.0, Apache Web Server 2.0, 
HTML 1.0-4.0 (Softquad HotMetalPro 2.0, FrontPage 98, Publisher 2003),
SGML (Softquad Author / Editor, Rules Builder, IDE),
TCP/IP (Berkeley Sockets), X Open / BEA Tuxedo ATMI, Tibco Message Bus tibapi
Database Technologies
I have employed this set of database technologies throughout my career. Additionally, while serving as a developer of the Osmos OODBMS, I was able to gain substantial knowledge of the Ansi / ISO SQL standards as well as their implementation. Finally, I was also able to gain particular familiarity with the Oracle RDBMS by completing Oracle's Enterprise DBA curriculum.
SQL 1-3 (ESQL, PROC, CLI/ODBC, JDBC, OLI)
Oracle 8-10 RDBMS, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 11 RDBMS,
Microsoft Access 2.0-2003 RDBMS, Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere 6 RDBMS,
Osmos OODBMS,
OODBMS to RDBMS mapping techniques (Hibernate, Entity EJB, Osmos)
Text Box: Expertise

The harder you work,
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