Robert Graham Landrum

request@RobertLandrum.com   http://www.RobertLandrum.com/

Work Objective
I am pursuing a position as a software programmer using Java to work with relational databases.

Java, relational databases, SQL, object oriented design, GIS, ArcObjects, Enterprise Java Beans, Java Persistence, C, C++, Visual C++, Visual FoxPro, JUnit, Ant, Agile Programming, Subversion, Hudson, XML, HTML, InstallShield, Windows registry, Sybase, SQLAnywhere, MySQL, Solaris/UNIX

Work Experience
Applicant is dedicated to the principles of quality, service, and professionalism.

  Northrop Grumman
Software Developer Analyst
Chantilly, Virginia December, 2006 - Present
Information Systems
  Applicant produced the Standard Mobility Engine for the BTRA-BC CJMTK Extensions (BCE).
Java, GIS, ArcObjects, agile programming, Subversion, Hudson.

  Northrop Grumman
Software Programmer
San Antonio, Texas January, 2003 - November, 2006
Mission Systems
  Applicant was the main programmer in transferring the Microweb program from Visual FoxPro to Java.
Java, GIS, MapObjects Java, Enterprise Java Beans, HTML, XML, Visual SourceSafe administration, Visual FoxPro, and InstallShield.

 Litton-PRC now part of Northrop Grumman
Computer Analyst
San Antonio, Texas February, 1998 - December 2002
Defense Systems
  During this period applicant helped produce an internal website for a customer.
Visual C++, Windows NT, Microsoft Access, SQL-Server, CGI programming, C++ class library development, code library development, Visual SourceSafe administration, Netscape Enterprise Server administration, HTML, Visual FoxPro, and InstallShield.

 Trident Data Systems now part of General Dynamics
Junior Software Developer
San Antonio, Texas January, 1997 - November, 1997
  Applicant participated in producing the NetRISK program, later called Trident Information Protection Toolbox.
Visual C++, Crystal Reports, Windows 95, Windows NT, Microsoft Access, DAO, Windows registry, computer security.

 Texas Instruments
Austin, Texas September, 1995 - December, 1995
Telecom Division
  File transfer, icon generation, Solaris, sockets.


 MS Computer Science
 The University of Texas at Austin
Specialty: Networks

January, 1995 - December, 1996
 MA Mathematics
BA (Equivalent) Computer Science
 The University of Texas at Austin
Specialty: Queing Theory

August, 1987 - May, 1994
 BS Mathematics/Physics
 King College - Bristol, Tennessee

August, 1983 - May, 1987

Other Qualifications and Activities

  Co-author of The Garden Club Mystery, St. Martin's Press, New York, New York, 1998
Board Member, Campus Renewal Ministries, 1997 - present
Diaconate, Oakwood Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, 1999 - 2006
Chairman of the Diaconate, Presbyterian Church of the Hills, now CrossPointe Church, Austin, 1994-1996
Graduate Representative to the Student Government, The University of Texas at Austin
Cofounder of the Christian Council, an umbrella organization for the campus oriented Christian groups

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