Accomplished software engineer with demonstrated expertise in the design, development implementation, and enhancement of Internet based information systems. These systems and tools were done in support of biotech, scientific researchers, financial, transportation, communications, and pharmaceutical industries.
HTML, XML, CSS
Web Frameworks: jQuery, AJAX, JSP, Struts, Stripes, Turbo Gears
Networking: TCP/IP, Sockets (BSD, WinSock, VM)
UNIX: Various shells, Perl, AWK, Lex, Yacc, Make, SCCS, RCS, CVS, etc.
Database: SQL (various including MySQL, Oracle, and Sybase)
Operating Systems: UNIX (Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, BSD, AIX), MS Windows, VOS
Consulting Software Engineer South San Francisco, CA 02/12 - 05/12
Added GUI features to the Integrated Genome Browser (Wikipedia Page) and the Genoviz Software Development Kit (Java, Swing).
Consulting Software Engineer San Francisco, CA 10/11 - 11/11
Senior Software Engineer Menlo Park, CA 9/10 - 4/11
Senior Applications Developer II South San Francisco, CA 2/07 - 1/09
Staff Software Engineer, Emeryville, CA 10/00 to 2/07
Affymetrix manufactures tools for Genome researchers and for clinical uses. Eric is involved in rich client user interface software, as well as web applications and bioinformatics pipelines.
Senior Software Designer, Berkeley, CA 2/98 to 10/00
Neomorphic was a starup providing bioinformatic software to academia, and the biotech and pharmaceutical industries. Eric guided user interface and software design. Because it was a start-up he also helped with sales and with setting strategy. Initially a consultant, Eric was asked to join the company in 1998. In October of 2000 Neomorphic was acquired by Affymetrix.
Consulting Software Engineer, Berkeley, CA 2/96 to 2/98
Project Lead - Software Engineering Palo Alto, CA 7/91 to 1/96
Lead the conversion of a mainframe bulletin board system to a set of Internet services using NNTP, FTP, WAIS, HTTP, SMTP, and Kerberos among other things. Ported several servers to AIX and wrote several Windows clients (including the NetNews reader). (UNIX: C, Perl, AWK, sh, TK/TCL; Windows 3.1: C, Visual Basic; TCP/IP: sockets, Windows Sockets.) Conduct internal and industry wide seminars and informal talks on Internet concepts and Visual Basic programming. Attend EPRINET user conferences speaking on topics if interest to users. Built early prototypes of the entire system to help sell senior management on the concept of an Internet based EPRINET. Coordinated the release of eight versions of the EPRINET product to market.
Senior Systems Engineer Berkeley, CA 4/90 to 4/91
Built the queuing and security functions for a network control system for US Sprint (Tandem Guardian using C & SQL). Also worked with UNIX, TCP/IP, OSI, ASN.1
Member Technical Staff Berkeley 3/89 to 3/90
Built some demonstration software and reworked the image printing for TTS's image server product (Tandem Guardian using COBOL and SQL.) Built a scaled down image server on a PC for testing software for Teknekron Communications Systems. (MS/DOS using Microsoft C, Oracle SQL, & Eicon SNA LU 6.2).