Hugh Everett 
Systems Programmer



Senior Systems Engineer. Application Solutions, WorldCom, Sacramento, CA. Lead Systems engineering team in design, development and implementation of Storage Area Network, a geographically redundant highly available system based on EMC storage technology and WorldCom's network. Lead design, specification, purchase and installation of systems to support multiple state projects. Designed, specified and implemented systems for support of development and operations teams' infrastructure requirements, including requirements analysis, system configuration, training, and hand off to operations staff. 2000-Present.

UNIX System Administrator. Information Technology, The Money Store. As a senior member of system administration team, provided high level technical support in production business environment. Support approximately 220 UNIX servers on 5 sites in Sacramento area and 110 branch sites nationwide running complex client/server applications supporting critical enterprise activities. Worked mostly with Sun Enterprise servers from Ultra2 to E6000 running Solaris 2.5.1 and Solaris 2.6, Solstice disk suite, and Veritas volume manager. Also worked with HP, DG, IBM systems. Served as UNIX systems consultant to "SWAT teams" resolving critical application problems. Served as technical lead for Y2K certification project. Received award for service excellence.  1997-2000.

Programmer/Analyst III. Department of Information Resources. University of California at Davis. Primary system administrator for student information system (500 users on Sequent system running ORACLE database). Led benchmark project team which ensured that server met contract requirements (resulting in installation of $450,000 worth of additional hardware at no cost to the University).  Served as recharge consultant for departments at U. C. Davis, and U. C. Medical Center in Sacramento, supporting academic software distribution and licensing programs, providing technical consulting, installation of software and hardware, custom programming and design, training, development of policies and procedures, documentation, problem resolution, capacity planning, network management, system security, and 24 hour emergency response as needed. Directly responsible for correct operation and security of 10 departmental installations with a total of 35 systems, ranging from single user workstations to systems supporting 200 users in client/server database applications. Consulting support for approximately 150 systems in 50 departments. 1990-1997.

Programmer/Analyst II. Department of Computing Services. University of California at Davis. Programmer and system manager for UNIX systems and Macintosh computers. Wrote or converted applications for use on systems supporting teaching and general purpose academic use; supported complex accounting and user management system for UNIX systems. Installed system and utility software and applications. Analyzed and resolved problems with system hardware, software and networks. 1985-1990.

Programmer, Computer Center, University of California at Davis. Wrote C language applications and sub-routines to create new administrative services in UNIX. Was consultant providing input on viability of acquiring UNIX for UCD. Ongoing responsibilities included writing, installing and maintaining customized applications. 1980-1985.

Assistant programmer, University of California at Davis. While completing University degree, wrote scientific applications, developed simulations, performed statistical analyses, managed client data. 1970-1980.




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