- An Administrator for the <a href="http://www.iglu.org.il/">iglu.org.il</a>
+ An Administrator for the
+ <a href="http://www.iglu.org.il/">iglu.org.il</a> site.<br />
Maintaining several online services supported by the main server of
the Israeli Group of Linux Users (IGLU). Experience with Apache, Zope,
Perl, rsync, qmail and other programs. Created several online pieces
- of content using these tools.
+ of content using these tools.<br />
- Maintaining a private Linux workstation
+ Maintaining a private Linux workstation<br />
Maintained several home systems and one at the Computer Networks
Laboratory of the EE Department of the Technion. Experience with
package maintenance, system configuration, installing software,
fixing glitches, and daily use. Used RedHat Linux (version 5.x, 6.x)
and Mandrake Linux (version 7.x, 8.2 and 9.x).
Started a C project to automatically solved games of Freecell. Continued in
adding more features, optimizations, and clean-ups. Experienced with ANSI C
Programming, writing portable code, Autoconf/Automake/Libtool, GNU Make,
Writing RPM Specs, maintaining a web-site and interacting with users and co-developers over the
Freecell Solver is distributed under the public domain, and has been integrated
-into three Freecell implementations so far.
+into three Freecell implementations so far. <br />
Testing a software-based modem (Modio), Windows 95 Programming<br />
I began working at Smart-Link as a tester for their software-based modem
which was based on a soundcare and implemented the connection logic and the DSP
in software. I worked with Windows 95 and Windows 95 OSR2. When Smart-Link hired
a dedicated and more experienced Q&A Engineer, I became a part-time tester/
-high-level programmer/general jack-of-all-trades.
+high-level programmer/general jack-of-all-trades.<br />
I worked with the Windows Drivers, MFC, Perl for Win32, DJGPP, Cygwin, a myriad
of games and modem-related software, as well as Microsoft IIS.
HTML composition, CGI programming, TCP/IP client/server programs<br />
I worked in Cortext as a web-designer and CGI programmer. I worked with HTML,
Apache, Perl, various UNIX flavours (FreeBSD, SunOS 4.1.3, IRIX) and Windows
95 Workstations. Built several sites there, while still using almost exclusively
-Perl due to my limited knowledge (at that point) of UNIX.
+Perl due to my limited knowledge (at that point) of UNIX.
Elpas manufactured a network of sensors that was installed in each room
of a building (say a hospital), received input from infra-red badges, that made
it possible to determine where each person or piece of equipment was located. I
input from the sensors and processed it. My main issue was to replace an SCO
UNIX server software with something internal of out own. We inspected working
with Microsoft Access and ODBC, and eventually realized our own in-memory data
-managing was the most suitable solution due to the real-time nature of the application.
+managing was the most suitable solution due to the real-time nature of the application. <br />
Specialized in Windows (16-bit) Programming, SQL, ODBC, ANSI C and C++. Worked
-primarily with Borland C++ 4.5 and the Microsoft Developer Network CD.
+primarily with Borland C++ 4.5 and the Microsoft Developer Network CD.<br />