Edwin V. Bertotti

10812 Redmond Road, Austin, TX 78739, (512) 301-9092

http://www.bertotti.net/resume

 

 

INFORMATION ENGINEER

 

10 years of experience in information engineering with a diverse background including web development and administration, data processing and analysis, software development and programming, system design, modeling and simulation.

 

 

COMPUTER PROFICIENCY

 

*      Operating Systems: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95, UNIX, and DOS.

 

*      Software Programs: HomeSite, IIS, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, FrontPage, Publisher, WordPerfect, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Fireworks, GoLive, ImageReady, WebTrends, OPNET, BEST/1, and much more.

 

*      Languages: HTML, ASP, CSS, Pascal, C/C++. Some Perl, SQL, and Javascript.

 

 

WORK SUMMARY


MOTOROLA INC, Austin, TX, 5/1998 present

 

9/1999 - present: Information Technology Specialist

 

Information specialist

*      improved communications by developing an intranet website, setting up and administrating a data repository area and streamlining processes

*      gather, process, analyze, publish factory metrics

*      developed and administrated intranet website for worldwide group

*      coordinated development of other websites for factories around the world

*      standardized websites and processes

 

5/1998 9/1999: Applications Engineer

 

Web developer and web administrator

*      developed and implemented methodologies for making Applications more efficient by taking advantage of the features in MS Office to store and link data, this resulted in the ability to run multiple tests overnight instead of running tests one at a time

*      configured and maintained a protected extranet web server running Livelink/Compass, the website is designed to consolidate documentation and software, this resulted is a reduction of phone calls and emails and made the latest information accessible to customers and Applications

*      maintained and enhanced a centralized MS Access database to document customer questions and answers, create web interface running on a WINNT platform and using ASP technologies to make the database searchable and editable, this allowed multiple Application team members to use the database at the same time and provides a log of customer contacts

*      developed HTML demo for SuperComm 98 to present a working ADSL link

 

 

SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP, McLean, VA, 8/1992 - 5/1998

 

3/1997 - 5/1998: Senior Engineer

 

System administrator of a project website

*      configured and maintained a web server and a FTP server on a Windows NT platform running IIS4, this included modifying access and permissions, adding users, using WebTrends to monitor access, and creating daily backups

*      designed website format including web pages and database queries using HTML and ASP, this provided users with up-to-date status on their service requests and gave them access to documentation and project information

*      managed information through web and FTP servers, users would input service requests which had to be recorded, verified, and forwarded along

*      developed and implemented new applications for the web with ASP and FTP servers, these extra tools gave users access to more information and streamlined the process

 

System engineer and programmer for network traffic analysis project to determine fair cost based on traffic

*      generated software to parse and analyze network traffic, this was a C program running on UNIX

*      created graphs and charts used for analysis using MS Excel and MS PowerPoint

*      installed, configured, and implemented BEST/1 software to monitor network traffic from a centralized location

 

 

3/1996 - 3/1997: Engineer III

 

System engineer for study to identify the optimum configuration of future wireless tactical communication networks and their interface into commercial ATM networks

*      provided necessary analysis to evaluate the use of networked land mobile multiple access techniques

*      developed network and protocol models using OPNET

*      studied evolving technologies and network concepts and their application to theater deployed communications

 

Task leader, system designer, integrator, and programmer for project involving hardware and software development of a secure, survivable communications network

*      designed, developed, and tested Pascal software running on a DOS platform

*      integrated software with hardware and other software programs

*      generated documentation including users manuals, software operators manual, system design documents, interface design documents, test procedures, and more

*      performed installation, demonstrations, and training for end users and software maintainers at various sites around the U.S.

 

6/1994 - 3/1996: Engineer II

 

System engineer and programmer for projects involving the hardware and software development

*      developed software in Pascal

*      tested and evaluated hardware and software

*      trained personnel on maintaining the software

 

 

8/1992 - 6/1994: Engineer I

 

Software programmer for modeling and analysis software which determined the effectiveness of HF jamming on the target networks, and statistically studied and reduced the level of fratricide

*      implemented software including high frequency (HF) radio algorithms in C

*      developed software to model an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in C

*      maintained configuration management of the software

*      created technical documentation for the software models

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, Charlottesville, VA, 8/1991-5/1992

 

8/1991 - 5/1992: Student

 

Hardware developer of high frequency 20‑bit binary counter systems for NASA's SUNLITE project

*      designed binary counters using Mentor Graphics for schematic capture and simulations

*      fabricated counters onto Actel Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs)

*      tested these counters

*      generated technical documentation

 

 

EDUCATION

*      BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, 1992