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Software Engineering

Chicago, Illinois, United States
December 27, 2017

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Daniel C. Kamper

Chicago, IL *****

Phone: 312-***-****


Currently project, creating C++ software to allow user defined data files (number of records, record size, record structure, and key size) that contains a binary tree sturcture as part of the data file. The existence of the binary tree should allow for the quick retrival of data by the user for viewing or exporting. The data files will be maintanable by the user having the capability to add, delete, and modify records. I have extensive experience developing and implementing engineering application software using primarily Fortran/Unix and C/C++. Using a structured design methodology, I have developed functional specification, system specification and program specification for various user groups, working with a variety of programming languages and software packages. I seek a position with an energetic, growth oriented company which will utilize the expertise I have developed in my 30 years as an Information Systems professional and thereby contribute to the succes of that company. EDUCATION:

Roosevelt University, BS, MS Chemistry

Illinois Institute of Technology - 33 credit hours in Computer Science University of Illinois, Medical Center - 30 graduate credit hours in Biochemistry EXPERIENCE:

Currently Providing IT support to Care for Real (a local non-profit) Alfa Laval, Inc. June 2008 to December 2015 (Purchased Standard Refrigeration 2008)

Application Management Analyst Corporate IT


Provided Unix server administration also provided user support for the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP ) system (Manufacturing Support Series II) as well as regular enhancements. Monitored service requests and incidents within ServiceNow. Created documentation and training for the other members of the IT group to support the ERP system. Continued utiliztion of C, C++, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, Thoroughbred Basic, and Shell scripts. Provided adminstion of AUTO EDMS a data base for engineering drawings.

Standard Refrigeration, Inc. 1987 to June 2008 Computer System Manager Responsibilities:

Daniel C. Kamper

Chicago, IL 60660

Phone: 312-***-****

• Provide software and hardware support (on PC and Unix - Linux ) to engineering, sales, operations, and administrative staff.

• Developed software, usually in C, C++, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, and Thoroughbred Basic.

• Required utilization and modification of software implemented in programming languages such as: C, FORTRAN, C++, SHELL SCRIPT, BASIC, HTML, VISUAL BASIC, JAVA SCRIPT.

• Review of prospective hardware and software enhancements or acquisitions and subsequent installation on a variety of personal computers using DOS, WINDOWS and UNIX (LINUX) operating systems and the maintenance of the organization's inventory of PCs, terminals, printers, modems and Local Area Network.


• Created and maitained the web site for the Tiara Condominium Association,

• Developed a user interface to a database of underwriter's required product reports. The program consisted of modules allowing the creation, editing, review, and printing of completed report forms. The interface provided access to a data base consisting of SMC Basic data files which could also be accessed by financial and inventory control software written in SMC Basic.

• Developed software to allow interactive display of reports produced from a KRONOS automatic time clock system.

• Developed software to perform automatic stock status updates for company web site.

• Created a terminal control function which could be linked with either "C" or FORTRAN programs

• Developed windows compatible engineering software using Visual C++.

• Developed and maintained a number of web sites including and (a personal web site) Daniel C. Kamper

Chicago, IL 60660

Phone: 312-***-****

• Over time participated in the conversion of a computer system consisting of two Zilog computers to a single Arix 850 mini computer and its subsequent upgrading, and eventual replacement by a DEC Alpha 250/4 computer. The system was continually upgraded and expanded into a company LAN.

• Modified engineering software to insure compatibility with the new system, continuing maintanance of engineering software package. Northern Financial Services, Inc. 1986 - 1987

Systems Analysts

Managed a Fortune 32:16 Unix computer system. Developed and implemented application software using 'C' and BASIC. Developed numerous spread sheet applications.

U of C Laboratory for Astrophysics and Space Research Programmer

Created FORTRAN programs to analyze and generate reports from the telemetry returned by space probes such as the Solar Polar and Ulysses projects. REFERENCES: Available upon request

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