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Mary Wallace-King - Freelance Legal Translation & Virtual Assistance
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3.0
2 Skills
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RESUME OF MARY E. WALLACE-KING HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS: • Computer literate: WordPerfect 8, 11 & X4; Thunderbird email; MS Office 2007/2010 (incl. Word, Excel, Outlook); WP Quattro Pro; Time Matters 10 (incl. Time Slips); Prep Express Versions 5.1 & 6.0; databases; Internet; Lexis-Nexis; strong typing; Dictaphone skills; Windows XP/7 • Ability to work both independently...
Asheville, North Carolina, United States
Sheneka Revis - Freelance Event Planning & Virtual Assistance
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4.5
2 Skills
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Newport, North Carolina, United States
Henry Yoder - Freelance German Translation & Virtual Assistance
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4.5
2 Skills
$15
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hard working person. willing to go the extra mile.
Clayton, North Carolina, United States
Naomi Cox - Freelance Website Design & Virtual Assistance
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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Greensboro, North Carolina, United States
Mara Francois - Freelance Admin Support & Virtual Assistance
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5.0
2 Skills
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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

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Soumen Biswas - Freelance Linux Programming & Unix Programming
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4.0
2 Skills
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Skills: 1) FreeBSD/NetBSD Kernel and IP stack: a) System call interface b) TCP/IP stack and sockets c) KAME IPv6 stack. 2) Phase2 TCP/IP stack: a) IP stack and socket interface b) Phase2 client interface c) TCP Redundancy 3) Unix Network/System Programming a) Socket programming – basic, raw, asynchronous, multicast extensions, divert & dummynet extensions. b) Solaris and POSIX threads c) IPC d) UNIX Terminal line discipline (termios 4.4-BSD) & Modem I/O 4) Internet Protocols a) TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP, IGMP v1/v2 b) IPv6 c) ARP/RARP d) HTTP, FTP e) ONC-RPC/XDR 5) Embedded Processors, Northbridge Controllers & Bus bridges a) AMCC ppc – 440EP/GX (SOC), Xilinx ppc405 b) Xilinx Micoblaze v4.0.0b c) Marvell Discovery II/6434x – III/6444x d) PLX PCI9056 Platforms and Tools: OS: FreeBSD-2.2.5-4.1.1, Linux-2.6.x (ppc), Solaris-2.5.1, UnixWare 2.1.x, JUNOS RTOS : OSE(ppc), QNX(x86), LynxOS(ppc,x86), uClinux-2.6.x(microblaze) PL : C/C++, ppc-assembly, microblaze-assembly. Development Tools: gcc/g++, gdb, gas, Green Hills Development toolset Sun Workshop Toolkit – CC/cc, SCO Open Development Toolkit CC/cc, Network Analyzer & Tools: tcpdump, tcpflow, tcptrace, trpt, EtherPeek, LANAnalyzer, IXIA, Ethereal. Debugging Tools: 1) Source level FreeBSD/NetBSD kernel debugging using remote gdb over serial port. 2) visonPROBE.( ppc) 3) FreeBSD, NetBSD on-console kernel debugging using ddb. 4) Xilinx JTAG, EDK – ChipScopePro (Logic Analyzer) Work Experience: April 2007 - Present, Staff Engineer, Juniper Networks, Sunnyvale CA a) Implementation of IP/IPv6 L2/L3 multicast feature set on Juniper EX series switches – IGMP/MLD snooping, MVR, L2/L3 route expansion, multicast load balancing over aggregated interface. b) L2 multicast over IP multicast tunnels. April 2005 – April 2007, Sr. Systems Engineer, LynuxWorks, San Jose CA a) Design and Development of high performance, MILS compliant TCP/IP stack based on XILINX GSRD (with TCP segmentation offloading). The stack is based on Treck-TCP/IP reference design and supports “zero copy buffers”. b) Development of inter-processor communication over IP across PCI-PLB bridge (PLX PCI 9056). This included the bridge device driver and pseudo network drivers on both sides of the bridge. (X86 and ppc) with each side hosting its services via Sun RPC. c) Gigabit Ethernet performance enhancements for Motorola n905 SOC board. d) Development of BlueCat Linux BSP for ppc 440EP. April 2002 – April 2005, Sr. Software Engineer, Nokia Networks, Mountain View a) Designed and developed IPv6 stack for Nokia INOS platform (based on QNX) INOS was designed to be Nokia’s distributed, multi-card networking platform. The IPv6 stack was derived from NetBSD/KAME IPv6 implementation. Network processor used: EZchip NP1. b) Implemented IPv6 protocol stack distribution for INOS. - This enabled applications running on any card in the system to access the IPv6 stack and network interfaces transparently – oblivious of actual location of the physical network interfaces. c) Developed card level redundancy support for INOS IPv6 stack. d) Maintenance and Enhancement of Nokia IPSO (FreeBSD-2.2.5) IP stack. March 2001 - April 2002, Sr. Software Engineer, VivaceNetworks, San Jose a) Ported Phase2 TCP/IP stack on OSE (ppc) for Vivace’s MPLS switch. This involved porting the Phase2 TCP/IP stack on OSE microkernel and programming IP routes onto Vivace custom ASIC (Network Processor) b) Zero-copy buffer optimizations. This involved re-designing Phase2 network buffer (IBD) for seamless integration with OSE’s native network buffer structure to eliminate buffer copies. c) Implemented signal based network I/O on Phase2 stack, to facilitate migration of applications (BGP, OSPF) using OSE’s native signal based net-io API. d) Designed and developed Fault Tolerant TCP over Phase2 TCP/IP stack This enables applications and their corresponding TCP connections to seamlessly switch over to the standby in case of system failure (Experimental) January 2000 – March 2001, Sr. Software Engineer – Netscaler Inc, Santa Clara. a) Design and development of a programmable – “Flaky Router” – based on FreeBSD divert socket for fragmentation and re-ordering of HTTP request/ response packets. The “Flakey Router” was used for creating complex scenarios to test the functionality and performance of Netscaler’s HTTP switch and it’s TCP state machine. b) Simulation of WAN by introducing packet loss, bandwidth limitation and delay using FreeBSD – Dummynet. This was used to create a real world operational environment for the HTTP switch. Jan 1999 – Jan 2000, Member of technical staff – Metabyte Inc, Fremont a) Porting Cybercash’s Communication Library and Transaction Engine (which was based on TCP/IP and serial port I/O) from AIX to SCO-OSR5 b) Re-Designed Cybercash’s WindowsNT modem communication library from older - direct COM port access method to Microsoft TAPI (Telephony API) compliant implementation. September 1996 – January 1999, Software Engineer – Novell IDC a) Implementation of NCP (NetWarel Core Protocol) over UDP/TCP for Solaris. This included Implementation of essential NCP routines for packet signature (MD5), packet size negotiation and connection watch dog. NCP is Novell’s version of Remote Procedure Call. b) Implementation of NCP-Engine for Solaris based on multi-threaded architecture. The Engine provided Netware like OS, networking and NCP support for hosting Novell’s services on Solaris. This facilitated easier migration of services like NDS from legacy OS(NetWare) to Solaris. Education: Bachelor of Technology Computer Science & Engineering, May 1996, IT-BHU
San Jose, California, United States
Gerrie van Dalen - Freelance CAD & Industrial Engineering
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5.0
2 Skills
$25
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I am a freelance designer with 16 years experience, ranging from Domestic and Industrial product design, interior design, space planning and furniture design. I have a National Diploma in Industrial Design and use CAD, 3D-Max and Coral Draw. I work accurately and precise and comfortable working to a deadline providing service from concept right through to product manufacturing.
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Angel Blanco - Freelance Cartooning & Animal Illustration
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3.0
2 Skills
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Well, I've been a freelance cartoonist for about 8 years now. Most of my art is pretty cute, cuddly and colorful. But I'm working on different styles of art, from realistic to abstract. From absolutley toony to mature design work.
Del Rio, Texas, United States
Steve Kaufman - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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5.0
2 Skills
$25
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Stephen Barry Kaufman, J.D. 449 East 14th Street #2C, New York, NY 10009 | 917-533-3098 | stevekaufmanNYC@gmail.com www.linkedin.com/in/stevekaufmannewyorkcity Summary I am a top-notch copy editor/proofreader/researcher/fact checker/rewriter and PR & strategic communications expert with extensive experience. Professional Experience Freelance Copy Editor/Proofreader, Publicist & Strategic Communications Consultant March 2009 - present • Current and recent assignments include editing a full-length novel for middle-grade children; editing and proofreading all copy for a leading advertising guru’s website; research and editing related to medical consequences of unhealthy lifestyles for Americans ages 50 and up; rewriting corporate communications newsletters; and proofreading major sections of the recently published book, Edelman and the Rise of Public Relations, by Franz Wisner. Senior Director, Public Relations and Community Affairs UNITED WAY OF NEW YORK CITY New York, NY September 2006 to December 2008 • Raised the organization's image and broadly increased media hits, giving positive play to the organization's work citywide in education, homelessness & affordable housing, and strengthening NYC's nonprofits • Brought hugely favorable national exposure to United Way of New York City by seizing the opportunity presented by the Wall Street meltdown to showcase the CEO as a thought leader on bold institutional reforms for the nonprofit sector and foundations; successfully pitched interviews and earned hits across media platforms, including: Crain’s New York Business, the Wall Street Journal, Time, on 23 NBC affiliates and over 100 newspapers and websites • Boosted relationships with government, corporate and foundation sponsors, and nonprofit partners through aggressive media efforts and press conferences, on topics that included: expansion of the city's 311 service to assist callers with appropriate referrals to community-based nonprofit providers; a partnership with the city on a financial literacy initiative for young people aging out of foster care; and the announcement of landmark transitional services for women and families leaving domestic violence shelters • Shaped the rollout of the new CEO's agenda and the redefining of the organization's mission (with an emphasis on supporting or creating innovative pilot programs that could have citywide impact) Chief of Staff NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY – Office of Assemblyman Steven Sanders New York, NY September 1994 to March 2006 • Top policy adviser on community and legislative matters • Wrote testimony, legislation, bill memos, policy briefings, correspondence, press releases, talking points • Planned and directed public hearings on topics that included: land use; school construction; health care access for the deaf and hard of hearing; and school governance • Played key role in legislative victories for mayoral control of schools; New York State's ****** orientation nondiscrimination law; strengthening the state's press shield law; a library records confidentiality law; and enhanced protections for people with disabilities, seniors and tenants • Managed three offices; coordinated efficient linkages and organizational practices • Conducted and supervised intergovernmental relations, communications and relations with key stakeholders, unions, media and constituents • Built and trained volunteer research staff including mid-career professionals, attorneys and others Special Project Coordinator/Special Assistant NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY – Office of Assemblyman Steven Sanders New York, NY February 1985 to October 1993 • Responsibilities included: legislative research; bill drafting; planning and directing public hearings; writing press releases and official newsletters Education J.D., Cardozo School of Law, New York, NY, 1992 (articles editor, Cardozo Law Review) B.A. in English, New York University, 1976 References Kathy Walling - former VP, Communications, United Way of NYC, (347) 207-7605 James Harrison - editor and author, (917) 371-9008 Joe Streich (“Joe Strike”) – author, joe@Ihare.com
New York, New York, United States
Sandy Trull - Freelance Book Writing & Manual Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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I write to change lives... I work in the field of eductaion. I have contributed to the development of learning materials (in the areas of economics and business and management) for students from grade 4 (age 10 years old) to grade 12 (age 18 years old). I have also worked on books suitable for adult education and training manuals. I have written 2 children's books, one about refugees in South Africa and the other about an entrepreneurs' day at a school. I began my professional career as a history teacher and moved from the abstract realm of thoughts and ideas into the very practical areas of business and management where skills can really change lives!
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa