10226 Edgewood Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20901

E-mail: henry@swsd.com  Phone: (301) 754-2542

Henry Stawski

Resume

Objective

A position in the computer field as a Consultant, Software Engineer

Education

MS. Degree. Graduated 1973, University of Warsaw, Poland

Major: Higher Mathematics and Computer Science.

Program included 5 years of classroom work plus thesis.

Work Experience

2009 to 2010
Dell Services Federal Government, Fairfax, Virginia, Contractor for Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia in Washington, DC
Participated in the development of SMART system, which provides Community Supervision Officers (CSOs) with a series of specialized web based applications that handle every step involved in supervising an offender from beginning to end. This system was developed based on Microsoft WCSF architecture, and was written in C#.
Technologies used: UML, ASP.NET, HTML/Javascript, C#, Linq to SQL,Telerik Library, SQL Server/ Reporting Service.
2007 to 2009
Perot Systems Government Services, Fairfax, Virginia, Contractor for OMB Executive Office of the President in Washington, DC
Prepared architectural, design and implementation outlines for transition current(C/C++) desktop applications to more scalable and maintainable applications. Participated in publishing the E-Budget of the US Government for 2010 and for 2009, which was for the first time provided only in the electronic format. This included running and supporting applications involved in the publishing process; MS Office VB applications, Actuate and Easytrieve reporting.
Technologies used: UML, HTML, VB, C++, Actuate.
2005 to 2007
QSS, Lanham, Maryland, Scientific Programmer IV for NOAA NOAA in Silver Spring, Maryland
As one of the core members of the team, involved in designing, developing and documenting the RWS.NET system for processing and managing Upper Air Atmospheric Data. The system enables meteorologists at Weather Forecast Offices across the US to launch radiosonde aboard the weather balloons for collecting and beaming the atmospheric data into RWS.NET (via a signal processing system). Data is collected, processed, managed by RWS.NET system and enables users to edit, send, data products to other NWS systems for creating weather models used in weather predictions.
Assisted in architect and designing the RWS.NET system based on Microsoft Smart Client Architecture using CAB and Enterprise Libraries. Used vendor graphics package for grid support for the data display and editing. Involved in DB schema design for managing atmospheric data in SQL Server 2005 Express DB management system and supporting legacy MS Access databases. Involved in implementing various GUI, Business processes and Data management units of the RWS.NET system primarily in C#. Prepared and presented the design and implementation details for peer reviews.
Technologies used: UML, ADO.NET, C#, SQL Server.
2005 to 2005
Canton Group, Baltimore, Maryland, Architect for State of Maryland DHR
Acting as a lead of the State of Maryland DHR IS software architect group. Responsibility included establishing architectural and design guidelines for the currently existing and upcoming web applications. Prepare document: Architecture and Design Guidance for .NET ?Web Applications development. Build prototype that takes advantage of User Interface Process Application Block (UIP) and the Enterprise Library as a language of choice was C#.
Technologies used: UML, HTML/Java Script, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, C#, SQL Server.
2003 to 2005
Westat, Rockville, Maryland, Senior Systems Analyst
Full life-cycle software development experience including: requirements and specifications, architectural design documentation, optimization and performance analysis, quality assurance, release to production, as well as support and maintenance. Some of the highlights of my duties and achievements are as follows: Designed and developed Westat Marketing System (WMS) web application based on Microsoft layered component model. This application was build with the use Microsoft application blocks and libraries. Used Microsoft UIP Application Block to implement presentation and data access layers.
Technologies used: ASP.NET, C#, VB.NET, ADO.NET, and MS SQL SERVER 2000. Tools used for this project were MSO Visio 2003, Visual Studio 2003, and Visual SourceSafe.
Redesigned and implemented the ARPC Billing System web application for tracking equipment and billing projects that used the equipment. It was design based on the layered component model and implemented with the use of MS UIP Application Block on the .NET platform.
Technologies used: MSO Visio, VB.NET, ASP.NET, and ADO.NET, Visual Studio 2003, and Visual SourceSafe.
Design Westat Visual Survey (WVS.NET) system that is used to collect survey data during the interviews. Though requirements analysis and assessment of the state of software development technology it was determine that the best suitable technology for implementing the system was .NET Framework. The design document describes layered component model and other patterns used for building the system. Used MSO Visio 2003 UML for building Use Cases, State Transition, Object Class diagrams and C#, VB.NET for prototyping.
Technologies used: UML, HTML/Java Script, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, C#, VB.NET, MS SQL Server.
2002 to 2003
Soft Web Services, Silver Spring, Maryland, Consultant
Participated in the redesign and implementation multi Web applications for the telecommunication standards document retrieval system into a Web Services oriented integrated system. The effort is done in two steps. First build application wrappers in the form of web services and the second is to replace ASP/VB MTS COM based components with the .NET Framework library.
Technologies used: UML, HTML/Java Script, XML/XSL, SOAP, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, C#, SQL Server.
2000 to 2001
Thomson Financial, Rockville, Maryland, Senior Software Engineer.
Participated in the design and implementation Web based Thomson Investment Marketing Suite InvestmentView.net. This Web application was design using UML and included Use Case, Object, Schema and State diagrams. It was build as a multi-tiered system running on MS Windows 2000 Server. All the data passed between the tiers has been defined in the form of XML documents, this includes database retrieved data, session data (stored in the database) and error messages. Web pages and reporting are dynamically created from database retrieved data, XML and XSL templates. Transformation takes place as COM+ service in the DOM using MSXML parser. All the processing (business classes-interfaces) are build in ATL COM+ components written in C++ running under MTS. Data services are build as ADO components using stored procedures for the data retrieval from Oracle 8e. Client site validation was written in JavaScript.
Technologies used: UML, HTML/Java Script, XML/XSL, ASP, COM+, ADO, C++, Oracle 8e.
2000 to 2000
Outreach Technologies, Columbia, Maryland, SDK Engineer
Lead SDK (Software Development Kit) support development group for the Embrace Conferencing system. The Embrace SDK is a library of COM components and interfaces used to build conferencing system written in C++ running on Windows NT and using SQL Server for repository. Provided presentations, tutorials, guidance and samples for the Outreach Embrace clients. Wrote developers user guide for building Embrace conferencing system.
Technologies used: UML, HTML/Java Script, ASP, COM+, ADO, C++, SQL Server
1999 to 2000
NASDAQ, Rockville, Maryland, Programmer Analyst
Developed Analyst Workstation for the Surveillance Delivery Real-time (SDR), an alert detection and presentation system. The design included Use Case, Class and State diagrams. It was implemented as a on-line real-time, multithreaded, NT COM services control application with the alerts data coming from the Nasdaq Stock Market in the form of MSMQ messages. This application was written in C++. I used MFC and Stingray library for the user interface and ATL COM components to support business level interfaces. Messaging was implemented in MSMQ. Components were running under MTS, and some as a specialized NT services. The additional data was access and saved in SQL Server using stored procedures and ODBC. (SDR).
Technologies used: UML, C++, MFC, Stingray, ATL, COM, MSMQ, MTS and SQL Server.
1995 to 1999
Magellan Health Services, Columbia, Maryland, Senior Software Engineer
Lead the analysis, design and implementation of the Magellan Providers Credentialing system. Analysis included capturing user and engineering requirements. OO Design included Object Class and Schema diagrams. Application was build as a multithreaded client-server transactional database retrieval and reporting system written using MFC as a base for the class library and ODBC as a connectivity to the SQL Server databases.
Technologies used: UML, C++, MFC, SQL, COM, ODBC and SQL Server.
Participated in the design and implementation of the QUEST integrated clinical information system. OO design included Use Case, Object Class and Schema diagrams. Application was build as a client-server multithreaded information retrieval and reporting system written in C++ with MFC and Crystal reporting and ODBC connectivity to the SQL Server databases.
Technologies used: UML, C++, MFC, SQL, COM, ODBC and SQL Server.
1993 to 1995
US Senate Computer Center, Washington, DC. Programmer Analyst
Lead the analysis, design and implementation of the Visitor Information Kiosk using Video for Windows SDK, touch screens SDK and Visual C++ / MFC. This application was a first step into the current front page of www.senate.gov. Participated in the OO design and implementation of LEGIS system, using Excelerator II for analysis and design and Visual C++ /MFC and Oracle for the implementation.
Technologies used: C++, MFC, Video for Windows SDK
1981 to 1993
The Arbitron Company, Laurel, Maryland. (Ceridian Company). Senior App. Developer.
Primary designer and group leader for the development of ScanAmerica CD-ROM micro application, using Object Oriented (OO) methodology, MS Windows SDK and C++. Also I have done designing, coding and implementing the specialized software for Optical Scanning System.
Technologies used: C++, MFC, CommonView
1980 to 1981
Weather Guard Corporation, Beltsville, Maryland, Programmer Analyst
Designed and implemented integrated system in FORTRAN on PDP-11. This system stored data on contractual, financial, and production information. It generated production sheets, labels, and produced different kind of reports, for example: A/R, sales commission, and ledger.
Technologies used: Fortran, dBase VI
1979 to 1980
MERA - Design Laboratory, Warsaw, Poland, Project Leader
Acted as the primary designer and group leader for development of an interactive fire department Dispatching and Information Management System. This system recognized the building; the material stored in it, and alerted the nearest fire station with the appropriate equipment needed.
1972 to 1978
MERA ?Institute of Mathematical Machines, Warsaw, Poland, Senior Research Assistant
Performed theoretical analysis and modeling of discrete processes. Taught computer programming and operations. Wrote drivers and test software for specialized hardware controllers.

References

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