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Offline Stryke 9

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Hmph. Those renders don't deserve a response?:D

 

Offline Grey Wolf

I could help with the standard mission editing eventually...
You see things; and you say "Why?" But I dream things that never were; and I say "Why not?" -George Bernard Shaw

 

Offline Setekh

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Hmmm... not yet. :)
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Offline Inquisitor

No offense, but, please, SEND me your resume, don't make me go hunting around for it.

Trying to guesstimate serious interest, so, take the time out and write an email, if you don;t have a resume, it's good practice to write one up ;)

And I got one email that says "I hope you know who I am" and while I MAY, links are always nice :)

Pretend it's the first deliverable ;)

I smile alot, can't you tell?
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Once you get the engine written, I can do any 3D Design work that needs to be done... (i.e. models, animation, interface ect...):D
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I called it first!:p

 

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Offline Grey Wolf

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Hmmm... not yet. :)
That's the purpose of the word "eventually".
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Here's mine, figure its only fair to show you who I am. If anyone is interested, I'll post my project credits and my bibliography of published works.
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Edward Thomas Gardner
[email protected]


Employment History
Novell, Inc. / Cambridge Technology Partners                              1999-present
Technical Team Manager
Assessing the networking and information security needs of Fortune 500 companies Manage teams of senior consultants for on time, on budget Design, Development and rollout of high volume B2B and B2C websites, client/server systems and enterprise (Network Infrastructure and Security) architecture.
·   Acting Director of IT for a small, national, homeowners insurance firm.
·   Design and deployment of scalable,  Oracle and Microsoft database solutions.
·   Designed and implemented load balancing solutions using industry standard products from F5 and Cisco.
·   Designed and implemented VPN solutions to meet a variety of business needs..
·   Managed telco, hardware, and services vendor relationships and deployment schedules.
·   Work closely with Novell/Cambridge business development personnel to pursue leads and generate business, using client business drivers as motivating factors.
·   Performance and security assessments of Solaris-based and NT-based E-commerce websites.
·   Build and configuration management for high volume e-commerce (Sun Solaris) website development and rollout.
·   IT strategy recommendations on a per client basis at the CxO level.

Decker’s Digital Solutions                                    1995-present
Project Lead/Consultant
Provided small businesses and organizations development, virtual reality, consulting and software services (1999-present in a part time capacity).
·   Developed multi-user solution for visualizing complex 3D data in real-time using “game engine” technology
·   Developed B2C and B2B websites for internal, marketing and client use (project credits available)
·   Developed and managed on time releases of CD based electronic book (project credits available)
·   Apple QuickTime, MGI LivePicture and VRML technology experience.
·   Developed new business opportunities and relationships with area graphics artists, web developers
·   Installed and maintained Linux server based, mixed client network for product development and testing
·   Installed and maintained web servers on most major platforms and operating systems, utilizing industry standard web server solutions on Windows- and Linux-based hardware

The Telluride Group, Inc.                                    1998-1999
Systems Analyst (Level II), and Director, Telluride Internship Program
Provided comprehensive outsourced computer systems management to Boston area small businesses
·   Directed Telluride’s internship program for student technical interns
·   Managed client relationships  and IT strategy recommendations at the CxO level.
·   Managed installations of multiple Windows NT and Novell NetWare networks
·   Managed and installed various web server platforms for client e-commerce solutions
·   Installed and maintained Linux based messaging servers and workstations
·   Experience in industry standard firewall installations
·   Researched and developed remote access (including VPN) strategies at many clients
·   Managed post installation support of new and existing local area networks
·   Created and assisted in the development of custom database applications.

The Princeton Review                                           1995-1998
Product Manager (project credits available on request).               
Designed, planned, and oversaw production of cross-platform, multi-media software titles out of the Burlington, MA office. Negotiated contracts with artists, authors, and programmers.
·   Managed all aspects of on-time delivery of flagship products
·   Deployed corporate intranet and served as webmaster
·   Managed CD master creation process for disk manufacturing candidates
·   Initiated "safe" telecommuting procedures for management staff
·   Maintained Windows NT 4.0 based, mixed client network
·   Supervised disaster recovery operations to minimize downtime
Quality Assurance Manager/MIS  (project credits available on request).         
Supervised software testing for The Princeton Review's product line out of the Burlington, MA office.  Managed staff of 25 part-time technicians, handled payroll, and acted as liaison with outside technology firms on technical issues.
·   Maintained Windows NT network and mixed Windows 95, 3.x, and  Macintosh clients workstations.
·   Managed relocation and setup of Windows NT network.
·   Implemented data recovery safeguards to minimize network downtime
Office Manager, Dallas Operations Office                           
Supervised day to day operations for the North Texas office, including maintaining client and prospective client database, public relations, sales, marketing, and inventory. Recruited and supervised faculty and staff.
·   Managed and maintained 10-user Novell 3.1x network and Dos/Windows 3.x clients
·   Supervised disaster and data recovery operations to minimize network downtime
Assistant Office Manager- Assisted in the daily operations   
Instructor/Site Director for LSAT, GRE, GRE/CAT, ACT, SAT preparation                    
 
Department of Geological Science- S.M.U., Dallas TX,                                1994-1995
Teaching Assistant- Part-time during graduate studies
                                                 
Department of Geology- K.S.U., Kent OH                                      1993-1994
Teaching Assistant- Part-time during graduate studies
·   Conducted 3D data modeling of complex geochemical behavior
·   Conducted 3D data modeling of subsurface and surface data
·   Developed and implemented computerized signal processing systems
·   Assisted in developing undergraduate computer resources

Solar Testing Laboratories, Cleveland, OH                                              1992
Field Technician- Summer internship during college to help defray tuition expense.
       
United States Geological Survey                                                 1991
Field Geologist- Summer internship during college to build project experience.

Center for School and Personnel Relations, K.S.U., Kent, OH.                 1990-1991
Assistant System Administrator with responsibilities in data processing and Xenix network care taking.
Assistant Instructor for Workshops in Lotus 1-2-3.  
           
Pre- 1990 Employment available on request

References available on request

Salary requirements available on request


Education
Microsoft Certified SQL Server training, 2001
Arsdigita Web Tools Course, 2000
Cambridge Technology Partners E-Commerce Certification, 2000
Dell Certified Server Technician, 1999
Microsoft Certified Professional, 1998, 1999
Certified Lotus Specialist, 1998
Kent State University, B.Sc., 1992, Geology.
Kent State University, Graduate study, 1992-1994        
Southern Methodist University, Graduate study, 1994-1995        




Technical Skills
Operating Systems
·   Microsoft Windows 95-98, DOS v3.3 to v6.22, Windows NT (v4.0), Windows 2000
·   Cisco IOS
·   Apple Macintosh (System 6.0 to System 8.x).
·   Novell NOS v3.12, 4.10, 4.11
·   Red Hat, Trinux and muLinux Linux distributions
·   Solaris 2.6 (SPARC) and Solaris 7 and 8 (x86)

Commercial Software Packages and Programming Languages, Protocols
·   Microsoft SQL Server 7, Oracle 8i, Microsoft Access, mySQL
·   Microsoft FrontPage. Microsoft Office 97, Adobe PhotoShop 4, CorelDraw 7, RealMedia Encoders, Ulead Media Studio Pro 2.5, LivePicture PhotoVista, Apple QuickTime and QuickTimeVR.
·   HTML 3.2 to 4, Cold Fusion Markup Language (CFML) 3 and 4, PHP, PERL , SQL, VRML 2.0, Java, Pascal, Basic, JavaScript, Macromedia's Director v4.0 and 5.0, C++, Torque Engine scripting language
·   HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, SMTP, ODBC, TCP/IP, IPX, Appletalk, working knowledge of many layer2 and layer 3 communications mechanisms.
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Offline Inquisitor

k, resumes seem to have stopped, I count 14 various folks with a wide range of skills. Not counting Kazan. Lemme collate them all, post what I think we "need."

Oddly, no project manager types, and really only one programmer type. Lots of art, which fro mthe audience, I suppose is to be expected.
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Offline Fineus

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Thread stuck.

And I think a lot of people (myself included) are aprehensive of joining the project at it's start since nothing of substance is there yet. I'm confidant that a lot of people will be eager to help out in some small way once a basic engine or whatever is complete.

 

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Quote
Originally posted by Inquisitor
Department of Geological Science- S.M.U., Dallas TX, 1994-1995
Teaching Assistant- Part-time during graduate studies

Department of Geology- K.S.U., Kent OH 1993-1994
Teaching Assistant- Part-time during graduate studies
· Conducted 3D data modeling of complex geochemical behavior
· Conducted 3D data modeling of subsurface and surface data
· Developed and implemented computerized signal processing systems
· Assisted in developing undergraduate computer resources

Solar Testing Laboratories, Cleveland, OH 1992
Field Technician- Summer internship during college to help defray tuition expense.

United States Geological Survey 1991
Ha ha!  Sweet, a fellow geologist!
WE ARE HARD LIGHT PRODUCTIONS. YOU WILL LOWER YOUR FIREWALLS AND SURRENDER YOUR KEYBOARDS. WE WILL ADD YOUR INTELLECTUAL AND VERNACULAR DISTINCTIVENESS TO OUR OWN. YOUR FORUMS WILL ADAPT TO SERVICE US. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.

 

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Yeah, agreed Thunder.

And you knew that Shrike ;)
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Offline phreak

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ha and KSU is about a 7 minute drive to my house
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Offline Inquisitor

Excellent. If you are of age, got some GREAT little dives you should visit (but if you are of age, you probably already know about them ;)).

Have you been following the engine threads, Phreak?
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Offline phreak

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im 17 now, will learn about those places soon Inqui. :nod:

I read dave's comments and the whole engine thread, pretty good ideas floating around.  I'm busy with schoolwork ATM though
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Just checking. Schools more important than just about everything else, so ;(

Too bad. Kent's a decent school, if they can drop the whole  "May 4th" thing.

Ok, back on topic.
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And, now that I am back, serious work can commence.

You guys done anything while I was gone?

:)
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Offline Stryke 9

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Left, and returned with my own idea of a good time.

By the way, I also have gotten a few mildly prestigious awards for things that have nothing to do with 3D rendering while I was out, and I wanna know if we're converting FS models or making completely new ones before I decide...

I've got some new models (500 polys to over an estimated 2 million on one), and I'd very much like to use them here, but they're... different than the standard FreeSpace types. In that they look like anything but fighter planes and flying boats.