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1984 to Present:
Worked as an independent computer consultant to individuals and small businesses. Jobs have included design and development of turnkey applications programs using Pascal and BASIC; system management of Unix-based microcomputers; design of spreadsheets and databases; maintenance and modification of existing software packages; and hardware and software consultation on IBM-PCs. Worked with the following computers and software: IBM-PC, XT, AT, and compatibles, Tandy 6000, Apple IIe, TRS-80 Model II, CompuPro, Eagle II, MS-DOS, Unix, CP/M, Filepro, DBase, Multiplan, Lotus, Wordstar, various compilers and assemblers.
Published article, "Putting a New Face on Basic", in PC Resource magazine, May 1987 issue, pp. 62-66.
1986 to Present:
Developed and released Shareware and Public Domain software for IBM-PC. Packages include spelling checker, programmable calculator, text processors, games and utilities. Available from me on request and through software houses and bulletin boards around the country.
1985 to Present:
Designed, programmed, and maintained my own electronic bulletin board (BBS) system, The Searchlight BBS. I run this system at my own expense as a free public service. Searchlight BBS is registered with Computer Shopper magazine and appears on page 400 of the June, 1987 issue.
1986 to Present:
Attended StonyBrook University, StonyBrook, NY. I have completed three semesters' work in the computer science major. Experience includes Pascal programming on an IBM 3083 mainframe and a VAX minicomputer. I am an active member of BITNET, a worldwide scholastic computer network.
1983 to 1984:
Attended Boston University, Boston, MA.