Résumé for

Jean-Luc Romano

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OBJECTIVE

Position as a Software Engineer / Programmer

EDUCATION

Graduate study:

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Degree: Master of Science in Computer Science
Major: Computer Science (with emphasis in Computer Graphics)
Cumulative GPA: 3.9 / 4.0
Graduation date: Summer 2002
Honors / Activities:

Undergraduate study:

Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado
Major: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Minor: McBride Honors Program in Public Affairs for Engineers
Cumulative GPA: 3.771 / 4.0
Graduation date: May 8, 1998
Honors / Activities:

EXPERIENCE

  • Many years experience with UNIX, specifically SUN/Solaris and Linux implementations. Emphasis with UNIX has been in communication and writing and compiling C/C++ programs and UNIX shell scripts.

  • Experience with Fortran, Object-Oriented C++, Java, Perl, Lisp, and Visual Basic.

  • Familiar with the C++ Standard Template Libraries (STL).

  • Experience with Perl and CGI scripting.

  • Experience programming with Trolltech's Qt framework (a cross-platform C++ GUI toolkit). For an example of my work with Qt, please visit: http://jlrfractal.sourceforge.net/ .

  • Experience with computer graphics and some image processing (for samples of my work, please visit: http://www.nyx.net/~jlromano/image_processing/gallery.html ).

  • Familiar with the Internet: have experience using e-mail, telnet, file transfer protocol (ftp), and World Wide Web browsers including Mozilla and Microsoft Internet Explorer.

  • Familiar with Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and XML.

  • Some experience with database management.

  • Familiar with Microsoft DOS (version 4.1 and later) and Microsoft Windows 2000 (and earlier). Familiar applications for this environment include Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.

  • Familiar with several WMO message formats:

  • Fluent in English and Italian (English is first language).

  • Working knowledge of Spanish and French.

  • EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

    December 2002 through present:

    MeteoStar, Aurora and Englewood, Colorado
    Sr. Software Engineer: Developed and maintained weather-related software used by both domestic and foreign companies.

    January through May 2002:

    Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
    Instructor for CS110 Personal Computing I.

    August 2000 through December 2001:

    Colorado State University Computer Science Department, Fort Collins, Colorado
    Worked as a system administrator and as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.

    June 1998 through July 2000:

    Raytheon Systems Company, Aurora, Colorado
    Worked as a software engineer, often employing object-oriented C++ techniques.

    Summer 1997:

    Lockheed Martin Astronautics, Denver, Colorado
    Student Internship Program. Fixed identification numbers on programs within the All Source Analysis System project.

    Summer 1996:

    American President Lines, Englewood, Colorado
    Worked as a computer consultant in Information Resources setting up computers and troubleshooting problems.

    August 1995 through May 1998:

    Colorado School of Mines Computer Center, Golden, Colorado
    Worked as a desk consultant and helped students with their computing problems.

    Summer 1995:

    American President Lines, Englewood, Colorado
    Updated and corrected information coming from Europe to the American computer mainframe system in Oakland, California.


    REFERENCES

    Dr. Charles Anderson, Associate Professor
    Computer Science Department
    601 S. Howes Street, 225 University Services Center
    Colorado State University
    Fort Collins, CO 80523-1873
    USA phone:   (970) 491-7491
    fax:   (970) 491-2466
    e-mail:   anderson @ cs.colostate.edu
    web page:   http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~anderson/

    Dr. Carolyn Schauble, Assistant Professor
    Computer Science Department
    601 S. Howes Street, 222 UNSVC
    Colorado State University
    Fort Collins, CO 80523-1873
    USA

    phone:   (970) 491-7015
    fax:   (970) 491-2466
    e-mail:   schauble @ cs.colostate.edu
    web page:   http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~schauble/

    Dr. Sandy Schleiffers
    Computer Science Department
    601 S. Howes Street, 216 UNSVC
    Colorado State University
    Fort Collins, CO 80523-1873
    USA

    phone:   (970) 491-2090
    fax:   (970) 491-2466
    e-mail:   schleiff @ cs.colostate.edu
    web page:   http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~schleiff/

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    Last updated:   August 2004