RESUME OF QUALIFICATIONS
William James Dunton
Mesa AZ 85201
phone: 480-***-**** email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 1979, two degrees: B.S. Computer Information Systems, B.S. Quantitative Business Analysis. GPA 3.85/4.0
Selected Outstanding Student in Quantitative Business Analysis by the Arizona Chapter of the American Statistical Association
August 1999 – December 2005
JJK Infotech Inc., 154 Lone Pine Court, Clayton, CA 94517
While contracted to USS-Posco Industries of Pittsburg CA, I developed and implemented mainframe web servers, IMS Transactions, and COBOL batch programs using Transform/IMS/DB2, Cortex/PCL/JCL, and DB2 SQL. UPI is a finishing steel mill and my applications were in areas of Receiving, Order Entry, Mill Facility Scheduling, Shipping, Invoicing, Claims, Metallurgical Test Reports and data mining.
May 1991 – May 1999
Hologix Inc., 4250 E. Camelback Rd. Suite K220, Phoenix, AZ 85018
I started at Hologix as a toolset developer, on a small team that ported an IBM mainframe development and run-time product to new environments supporting work groups, distributed processing, and client-server concepts. Starting in 1996, I was using the toolset on various platforms to implement applications in realms of Order Entry, Demand Planning, Steel Mill Scheduling, Invoicing, and Product Configuration Management.
November 1980 – May 1991
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
Transform Logic Corporation, Scottsdale, AZ
I was a principle architect for the Transform software product line of application generators and utilities that provided an accelerated development environment. Program models and coding patterns were captured along with the conditions for their use so that specific programs can be generated upon entry of case definitions into a repository. These systems enabled the implementation of production quality transactions and batch programs in just hours as opposed to weeks as required with conventional techniques.