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Sanford <sandy> Zelkovitz
> UNIX Engineer / Software Engineer
> JOB DESCRIPTION:
> Develops device drivers for a wide variety of UNIX/WindowsNT operating
> systems. This is a full-time position.
> BSCS or equivalent with at least 3 years of experience with C programming
> of device drivers or OS internals in a UNIX environment. Coding
> experience in one or more of these areas will be a definite plus: SCSI,
> Ethernet, PCI, serial communications.
> Champaign, Illinois
> WHO WE ARE:
> Central Data is a major player in the multiport serial communication and
> I/O subsystem portion of the workstation/ server marketplace. We offer
> competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a pleasant work environment
> in a community with a world class university.
> If you are ready to build a future with a company that will appreciate
> you, contact me:
> Duane Parks, VP of Engineering
> Central Data Corporation
> 1602 Newton Drive
> Champaign, IL 61821
> PH(217) 366-9206
> FAX (217) 359-6904
> Check out our website at http://www.cd.com/
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Mr. Zelkovitz has over 20 years of UNIX application, porting, and device driver development experience. He has ported applications and systems across IBM, Cray, DEC, SUN, HP/Apollo, Data General, and AT&T platforms, as well as developed telecommunications software. He has extensive experience with C, system administration, and UNIX internals, and has developed and taught C and UNIX coursework.
Sanford J. Zelkovitz
4530 Eileen Court
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
M.S., Mathematics, University of Maryland
BSEE University of Maryland
Hardware: IBM PCs and clones, RISC6000, Cray Superserver, IBM 370, DEC VAX 11/780/750, PDP 11, Data General, AT&T 3B2, SunStation and server, HP/Apollo, Motorola 68xxx
Languages: C, C++, FORTRAN, ALGOL, Pascal, Basic, Assembly
Software: Suntools, X-Windows, UNIX shells, kernel, commands, POSIX, TCP/IP
Operating Systems: UNIX (and internals), AIX, Solaris, SunOS, Ultrix, XENIX, VMS, VM, MVS, RT-11, RSX-11, MS-DOS, Windows 3.1
Relevant Project Experience
1994 to Present
For Aspen Systems Corporation, Mr. Zelkovitz is assigned to MCI at Colorado Springs, CO. performing development and system administration for the Horizon project. He is presently assigned to the Infrastructure group where he is developing client/server software for the Cray Superserver and IBM RS6000. He also performs the system administration duties for the Cray Superserver, IBM RS6000s, Sun Sparc Servers, Sun Sparc Stations, and Pentium/Solaris work stations in the Infrastructure lab.
In addition to his MCI duties, Mr. Zelkovitz is the Aspen on-site manager for all Aspen employees located in the Colorado Springs, CO area.
1993 - 1994
Mr. Zelkovitz provided consulting support to American Honda, and was responsible for project management and system administration for an IBM RISC6000 installation. He also developed a dealer data communications system that involved networking, database management, and device drivers.
1992 - 1993
He was a project manager for Quotron Systems, Inc. and directed the development of a stock market software system for the IBM RISC6000 under AIX. He also wrote the device drivers.
1991 - 1992
He was a software engineer at Pande Inc., and performed SVR4-MP kernel porting at NCR/Teradata for assembly language components and specific parts of the VM, IO, and FS kernel areas. He also ported the commands, libraries, and device drivers. He wrote an analysis of a Litton/IA, UDP/IP, and TCP/IP implementation, and developed UNIX coursework which he taught with C.
1989 - 1991
He was a software engineer for Braintec Corporation and was assigned to the AIX kernel porting team. He merged AIX1.1, SVR3, SVR2, BSD4.2, and BSD4.3, as well as client distributed processing software in order to generate the new AIX370 kernel. He was also responsible for ensuring POSIX compliance across commands, libraries, and headers.
1988 - 1989
He was a software engineer at Excellon-Photonics and was responsible for UNIX/XENIX device drivers, UNIX application ports, kernel tailoring, and specialized user interface software. He managed eight programmers as part of this effort.
1986 - 1988
As manager of Alpha Computer Service, he implemented XENIX enhancements for Microsoft, compiler ports for Microport/Ryan-McFarland, and other specialized UNIX device drivers for third-party hardware vendors. He supervised four programmers.
1985 - 1986
He was the director of engineering for Tustin Electronics and was responsible for all company hardware and software.
1972 - 1985
He was the lead/supervising software engineering for Rockwell International, and was responsible for software development in the environment test laboratories. He was primarily involved in software relating to B-1 Bomber and Space Shuttle model testing. He wrote UNIX device drivers and time services analysis application software.
Aspen Systems Corporation (800) 638-2784