Brian D. Ross
1035 Spanish River Rd., #205
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Multi purpose, WEB DESIGN, SEO, E-COMMERCE and NETWORK MANAGEMENT architect, developer, installer, capable of dealing with all phases of network centric environments and projects. Broad range of system software experiences.
Hardware: IBM PC compatibles, Macintosh, Wireless Routers, Switches, CISC, RISC
Languages: sql*Forms, SQL*RPTWriter, Transact*SQL, SQL, Visual Basic, VBA, Access, Intel Assembly, Basic, C/C++, Cobol I/II, Smalltalk, Oracle
Web Design: Sharepoint, Fireworks, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator
Operating Systems/Environments: UNIX, AIX, PC DOS, MS DOS, MS Windows, OS/2 Warp, MVS, VM, Novell Netware, TopView, OS X
Software/Telecommunications: MS Backoffice (SQL, IIS, Exchange), CICS CL, CICS Macro, Domino, MS Office, Corel Office, MS Access, Lotus Notes Admin/Development, Smartsuite, MS SNA, ADSM, Video Conferencing
Databases:DB2, SQL, Lotus Notes, MS Access, Oracle, R:Base, Database Admin, Database Install, Database Tuning
Content Management Systems: WordPress
Industry Applications: Accts Payable, Accts Receivable, Point of Sale
|1999 – Present||Independent Consulting, Boca Raton, FL
Web Architect/Network Management Specialist
Operated as an independent consultant since 1999.
|1999||Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Miami, FL
Fulfilled multi-month, 24x7, at sea assignment onboard mega cruise ships traveling in Caribbean. Typical ship had 50 portable PCs, 200 workstations, 10 servers, and 5 remote distribution panels. Communications included onboard as well as satellite communications to shore side.
|1997 – 1999||Sumner Inc., Vero Beach, FL
Performed product presentations, demonstrations, proposal preparation, installations, user training, and billing through operational product turnover.
|1984 – 1997||IBM Corporation – Boca Raton, FL and Dallas,TX
Installed/configured software and delivered access instructions and demonstration scenarios to IBM marketing representatives to implement phase I offering of IBM Software Servers for Windows NT. Servers included: Lotus Notes Domino, Tivoli, Transaction (CICS), DB2 Database, Internet Connection, Microsoft SNA, and ADSM backup services.
|1980 – 1983||University of Texas; Austin
Bachelor of Arts – Computer Science