Michael Warner

Transcript ID#:4826072

My ideal position would provide me with great opportunities to learn and to challenge myself.

Home Phone: 617-744-1037

9 Frank Street
WatertownMassachusetts 02472
United States
Will Travel
Will Relocate

9 Frank Street : Watertown, MA 02472 : (617) 744-1037 : storemike@yahoo.com


Advanced Perl Programming, Sun Microsystems Training Center, Milpitas, CA, Jan 2001.
M.S., Instructional Technology, SUNY Potsdam, May 1999. (GPA 3.6)
M.A. Studies, Russian, Translation concentration, SUNY at Albany (GPA 3.5)
Graduate Fellowship, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 1995-1996. Responsibilities included supervising and assisting the American exchange students at the university.
B.A., Russian, German Minor, SUNY at Albany, 1993
Magna cum Laude, GPA 3.6
Activities: Tutor for SUNY at Albany undergraduates in Russian and German; Official at the Russian Olympics for high school students, 1992, sponsored by the NYS Department of Education.


Windows, Mac, and Linux/Unix, Apache, IIS, Macromedia Director / Shockwave (6, 6.5, 7, 8), HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, PHP, Perl, ASP, VBScript, SQL, MSSQL, MySQL, Oracle, XML, VoiceXML, UML, Visual SourceSafe, Perforce, Homesite, PhotoShop, Cakewalk, Digidesign Protools, SoundForge, RealSystem G2, Morpher, PaintShopPro, Adobe Acrobat, QuickTime VR, Trados.


Fluent German, strong Russian, working knowledge of French and Spanish.


Webmaster, Doble Engineering, Inc., Watertown, MA, Dec 2001 - Jan 2004. Developer/programmer, web server and web portal administrator using PHP, HTML, JavaScript, .bat, XML (SOAP), ASP, and SQL. Introduced e-commerce, created content management system (CMS), threaded forum, webserver log analysis (Webtrends), web portal, and website search engine. Custom-built content management system allows input of event data used for general events page and generates a Gantt chart of events/seminars. CMS also generates and emails nightly and weekly event registrant data spreadsheets, tracks event registrants individually or in a spreadsheet, and allows administrators to edit registrant data, void/credit registrant online transactions, generate HTML newsletters with sub-pages, and post other content for the website.

Senior Software Engineer/Localization Engineer, Wildfire Communications, Inc., Waltham, MA, May 2001 - Dec 2001. Programmer for database-driven intranet application using PHP, Perl, .bat, SQL, HTML, and JavaScript. Allows users to search multiple fields by keyword, view and modify the text for the Wildfire system voice prompts in all localized languages, as well as listen to the sound files associated with them. Generate programs and documents required for all stages of the localization process. Recording studio technician for voice prompts used in the Wildfire system. Unix/Linux-based Apache server setup and maintenance. Installing and configuring software and localized packages on the Wildfire lab systems on the SCO UNIX platform.

Web Application Developer, myEZsale.com, Braintree, MA, Aug 2000 - May 2001. Lead programmer for front-end of interactive, database-driven web application and corporate website using PHP, HTML, JavaScript, SQL, XML, VBscript, and Perl, as well as training CD-ROM and Shockwave applications. Created a one-step dial-up application for remote clients to access e-commerce site, which provided immediate and continuous feedback on connection status.

Multimedia Programmer, Global Knowledge/Nortel Networks, Billerica, MA, July 2000 - Jan 2001. Programmed interactive training CD-ROMs, using Macromedia Director as well as various graphics and sound recording/manipulation applications.

Shockwave Programmer, Learningbrands.com, Westwood, MA, July 1 - July 20, 2000. Responsibilities included generating content and programming code for interactive Shockwave applications, using Macromedia Director as well as various graphics and sound recording/manipulation applications.

Multimedia Programmer, BostonBands.com, Boston, MA, Sept 2000. Programmed CD ROM-based MP3 player, using Macromedia Director and Adobe Photoshop. Full-function player loads playlist, plays songs, presents band information, band image, a link to the band's website, and a link to BostonBands.com.

Multimedia Producer/Programmer, Lexia Learning Systems, Lincoln, MA, Jan 2000 -Jan 2001. Responsibilities included generating concepts, content, and programming code for highly interactive educational CD-ROMs, using Macromedia Director as well as various graphics and sound recording/manipulation applications.

Multimedia Producer/Programmer, The Media Group/Nortel Networks, Billerica, MA, Sep 99 - Jan 2000. Responsibilities included planning and overseeing the production of interactive training CD-ROMs. During the production, responsibilities included overseeing video shoots and voiceover recording sessions, GUI development, Macromedia Director programming, and graphics generation/manipulation.

Instructional Software Designer, South Jefferson Central School, Adams, NY, Feb - June 1999 - Designed and programmed software to prepare 8th grade students for state German language certification exam, using Macromedia Director and various graphics and sound recording/manipulation applications.

TRANSLATOR, 1993 - 1998 (part time while in graduate school)
New York Air Brake - Translated German technical documents into English.
New York State Police - Translated Drug Recognition Expert Program final exam into German (Spring 1995).
SUNY at Albany Film and TV Documentation Center - Duties included translating German film and TV magazines (1994).
Hebel, GmbH, Melle, Niedersachsen, Germany - Duties included translating English and Russian machine/tool documentation (1993).

U.S. ARMY, 1986-1990
Linguist / Electronic Warfare Voice Interceptor- Responsibilities included voice interception, translation, and analysis of Russian and German language transmissions, acting as platoon language instructor, and briefing of Senate Appropriations Committee on electronic warfare systems.


Defense Language Institute, Monterey, CA, 1986-87. Russian language training.
Various Letters of Accommodation, citations, ribbons including the Army Achievement Medal, awarded for establishing a new record for successive guard inspection victories.
Certified proficiency in Business German by the American Association of Teachers of German, April 1994. Score: A
Nominated, Rhodes Scholarship, Spring 1993.
Golden Key National Honor Society - inducted 1992.
Zentrale Oberstufenprüfung (ZOP) - passed July 2003, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany.

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