C development with Visual C++ 6; among several specific tasks, I developed a small software tool (based on a personal idea) useful for reverse engineering of C source code (it extracts the names of C functions from a C source code file by ignoring C macros, source code comments and strings of characters).
testing and debugging C embedded software for radar sensors (1 month)\n- implementing multithreading (single producer-multiple consumers design pattern) in a Windows application developed with MS Visual C++ 2010: successfully accomplished\n(3 months);\n- migrating a Windows application from MS Visual C++ 2005 to QT 5.4: successfully accomplished (5 months).
upgrading and corrective maintenance of four client-server Windows applications developed with Delphi 2010 and Oracle PL/SQL 10g, within a team of four software developers. Technical environment: Delphi 2010, Oracle SQL Developer, TFS (client),\nJIRA, EasyVista;\n- Producing and updating relevant documentation (in French).
1) Development of a desktop cross-platform (Windows, Linux, Mac OS) application with Java J2SE + Swing + JDBC + SQLite and NetBeans: https://code.google.com/archive/p/lecprog-stock-management/downloads http://www.softpedia.com/get/Others/Finances-Business/Lecprog-stock-management.shtml 2) Conceptor of a new programming language, Lecprog2, which offers high flexibility in programming allowing to combine efficiently declarative programming with (imperative) procedural programming: https://code.google.com/archive/p/lecprog/downloads A zip archive, Lecprog2Interpreter_1_3.zip, with a Lecprog2 interpreter (Windows application developed with Lazarus Free Pascal) is freely available for download at: https://code.google.com/archive/p/lecprog/source/default/source
https://code.google.com/archive/p/lecprog/source/default/source \n\n- I participated to the development of several client-server Windows applications with\nVB6 + Oracle 9 (6 months), Delphi 7 / Delphi 2009 + MS SQL Server 2005 (15 months),\nMS Visual C# 2005 + MySQL 5 (5 months).
development of a Windows client-server application (HR management software) with\nVisual Basic 6 and MS SQL Server 2000; producing and updating relevant documentation (in English).\n- I participated to the maintenance of a C embedded software running on terminals for time management; writing and testing C source code for fingerprint device (1 month).
development of a Windows application for handling pdf and Word documents with\n\nMS Access 2000 (for GUI) and MS SQL Server 2000 (as database) for PSA Peugeot-Citroën;\n- rewriting a Windows application with Visual Basic 6 and MS Access 2000 database for PSA Peugeot-Citroën (Garenne and Velizy subsidiaries).
software developer - C.I.C. Paris Crédit Mutuel01.08.1999 - 01.01.2000
development of several client-server Windows applications with Visual Basic 6 +\nMS SQL Server 7, Sybase Server (as databases);\n- creating reports with Crystal Reports that were using stored procedures (as data source) on MS SQL Server.
: software developer at Crinsoft SRL (French - Romanian company), Bucharest: I participated to the development of a client-server Windows application with Visual Basic 5 and MS SQL Server 6.5 within a team of five developers.
introductory study of several algorithms in AI: Neural Networks, Machine Learning\n(Clustering algorithm, Inductive logic programming with Progol);\n - study of several algorithms for 3D Computer Graphics: painter's algorithm, BSP Tree; \n - programming in Turbo C++, Prolog, Lisp.
Maths teacher - Industrial high school01.03.1989 - 01.05.1990
: Maths teacher, high school level, at Industrial high school,
Romanian, English, C Programming Language, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft C-SHARP, French, Microsoft Access, Apple MacOS, Microsoft Team Foundation Server, Analyst/Programmer, Seagate Crystal Reports, Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Freelancer, GUI Applications, Java 2, Standard Template Library, Client/Server, First experience, Microsoft SQL Server 6.5, Diploma > Diploma Mathematics, Good Experience, Borland Turbo C++, 3D, Object Pascal, Test Cases, CAD 3D, Microsoft Transact-SQL, Python Programming, Maths Teacher, Stored Procedures, upgrading and corrective maintenance, Inductive logic programming, efficiently declarative programming, Lazarus Free Pascal, junior assistant
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