Resume: Certified Sybase DBA, Solaris SA.

Resume: Certified Sybase DBA, Solaris SA.

Post by Chiu Wen-Sh » Fri, 26 Apr 1996 04:00:00



Wen-shin Chiu (Kelvin)                  Address:        54-20 90th St. 3F
                                                        Elmhurst NY 11373
                                        Voice/FAX:      (718) 699-8225  

OBJECTIVE       Sybase Database Administrator
                UNIX System Administrator
                System Architecture Manager
                Object-Oriented System Designer

EXPERIENCE      1996-Present    Andersen Consulting     New York, New York
                Andersen Consulting Financial Ideas Exchange Center network
                management project, using HP-OpenView running on HP 9000 server
                and Compaq insight manager to manage a heterogeneous network
                consists of SUN workstations running Solaris and SunOS,
                HP servers and workstations, NeXTSTEP, PCs running different
                operating systems, network printers, bridge/router and UPS.

                1994-1995       TC.RED, Inc.            Taipei, Taiwan
                PC hardware engineer.

                1990-1992       TC.RED, Inc.            Taipei, Taiwan
                System analyst, programmer, using C, C++ and Clipper, designing
                business system including inventory management,MRP,BOM system,
                accounting and personnel management system.

                1991-1992       I-DON publishing, Inc.  Taipei, Taiwan
                System analyst for publisher, distribution management system.

                1989-1990       TC.RED, Inc.            Taipei, Taiwan
                PC hardware purchase.

QUALIFICATION   Computer Science Master Degree, New York University
                Certified Sybase Professional Database Administrator
                Certified Solaris Unix System Administrator

SKILL           * Sybase database system administration
                * Solaris Unix system administration
                * System analysis and design
                * TCP/IP, Internet applications and UNIX system programming
                * Programming language:
                  C++, JAVA, C, Smalltalk, Ada95, LISP, PASCAL, Clipper,
                  Objective-C
                * Tool language:
                  Unix shell programming, PERL, TCL/TK
                * Operating system:
                  Solaris, SunOS, HP-UX, Windows95, Window NT, NeXTSTEP, Linux

REFERENCES      available upon request

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Regards,
kelvin
____________________________________________This Time, I will not be a Yo-Yo___

* M.S. computer science, NYU
* Certified SYBASE Professional Database Administrator
* Certified Solaris System Administrator


voice/fax: 718.699.8225
_______________________________________________________________________________

 
 
 

Resume: Certified Sybase DBA, Solaris SA.

Post by john » Sat, 27 Apr 1996 04:00:00



> Wen-shin Chiu (Kelvin)                  Address:        54-20 90th St. 3F
>                                                         Elmhurst NY 11373
>                                         Voice/FAX:      (718) 699-8225

> OBJECTIVE       Sybase Database Administrator
>                 UNIX System Administrator
>                 System Architecture Manager
>                 Object-Oriented System Designer
> ...
> ____________________________________________This Time, I will not be a Yo-Yo___

> * M.S. computer science, NYU
> * Certified SYBASE Professional Database Administrator
> * Certified Solaris System Administrator


> voice/fax: 718.699.8225
> _________________________________________________________________

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Chiu Wen-Shin

In the future, please refrain from posting your resume in
comp.databases.sybase.

As you are probably aware - there's enough static in the forum
from recruiters (which probably lead you to post this).  Try  
nyc.jobs.contract.

I'm sure there's a resume group too.

Just some feedback, I would remove the "This Time, I will not be
a Yo-Yo" - kinda implies to recruiters and  potential
employers that previously you were a Yo-Yo and it takes away some
professionalism from the resume.

No, I'm not a moderator - just a concerned citizen.

Later,

JB