Peter Naudus - Resume

I have almost two decades of professional experience as an enthusiastic, creative, and tenacious programmer. I have both the technical skills coupled with the passion to solve problems and implement robust, performant software. I am constantly striving, not only to improve myself, but to help those around me to do the same. I am currently a technical lead specializing in “big data” at Oracle.

Email me at uselinux@gmail.com

Experience

Technical Lead at Oracle

February 2013 - Present

In addition to maintaining all responsibilities prior to the acquisition, I created technical designs and assisted in the porting of the python-based system to Java. Eventually, I became the technical lead, where I implemented agile methodologies, coordinated tasks between multiple groups, and acted as an architect of many of the core systems. I maintained this leadership position as we rearchitected the system as a fleet of microservices running on top of Kubernetes and Docker. In addition to my development responsibilities, I also created and maintained the scripts which compiled, packaged, and versioned our releases.

Software Engineer at DataRaker

May 2011 - February 2013

At DataRaker, I was a key contributor to every portion of the development stack including: the encoding/decoding of the HTable rows/keys, data loading API, the distributed map/reduce framework, aggregation engines, DAL (data access layer), multiple in-memory and disk-based caching schemes, data filtering, metric computation, a graph-based calculation engine, javascript-based data visualizations, designed the HTML/CSS UI template. By the time Oracle acquired our company, I was the lead developer principally responsible for all code that comprised the back-end systems. I also acted as a DevOps engineer, developing an automated system to provision, install, and configure our Hadoop/HBase clusters.

Software Developer at ProQual-I.T.

March 2010 - May 2011

I worked on a fingerprinting system for the DOD (Department of Defense), primarily working on a graph-based state machine that created, monitored and managed distributed tasks. I also contributed to other consulting projects, including a healthcare patient management system. I also redesigned the company website from scratch.

Proprietor at LinuxLefty Solutions

January 2008 - March 2010

I founded LinuxLefty solutions which provides clients all around the world with a wide range of creative and affordable solutions. Projects included: webmaster, web designer, SEO engineer, and architectural visualization.

Intern at Defense Information Systems Agency

March 2005 - December 2007

I wrote software to collect data statistics and generate utilization and performance statistics. I received training on OPNET network simulation and diagnostic tools, and installed, configured, and verified security on development servers.

Software Engineer at Vinci Systems

January 2003 - November 2004

I was given sole responsibility to automate the manufacturing, functional, and stress testing of a PON (Passive Optical Network) and ONT (Optical Network Terminator) product line. I achieved Automation using TCL, TK, Expect, and PHP resulting in over 15,000 lines of combined code.

Junior Test Engineer at Advanced Switching Communications

April 2000 - December 2001

I created automation scripts that helped reduce the total testing time by 10%, while bolstering the number and thoroughness of tests. I wrote documentation and trained users on configuration and use of the system.

Education

Bachelor of Science (BS), Computer Science

Volunteer Experience

Troubled Youth Counselor at IBLP

February 2002 - December 2002

I worked with juvenile delinquents, guiding them towards a lasting change of behavior and attitude. I also taught TCL programming classes to students ages 11 to Adult.

English Teacher at Peking University, Beijing, China

February 2008 - January 2010

At Peking University, I training underprivileged Chinese English teachers on effective teaching methods. My class sizes varied widely from 20 to over sometimes over 200 students.

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