Over 35 years experience with a consulting practice for 30 years.
Currently, consulting with AT&T Labs on a large Internet
security project with the Chief Security Office.
Prior to this engagement completed 5 years with the
startup I co-founded and ran. We created an enterprise
elearning system along with the
I've covered the spectrum
from web development, Unix, PC, networking, to microprocessor real time systems. I've worn the
hat as a hard core developer, trainer/teacher, and have worked in
various leadership and management positions, and academic appointments.
I can help you in a lead role to drive a software solution to market.
This includes product/project management or directing an R&D
effort. I have extensive, results driven computing experience with a unique
blend of business, management, technical, and academic skills in
startups, Fortune 500, and SMB settings. My diverse technical experience
spans the software development life cycle with product/project design, hardcore development,
training, support, QA, operations, and administration.
(other team members available upon request)
Skills Include (many more detailed
on my resume above)
Successful track record transforming concept to product to market in
corporate and start-up settings.
Unix/Linux, networking, web, client/server, microprocessor. Java, JSP,
python, HTML, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, FrontPage, assemblers, Basic,
Fortran; RDBMS/SQL, system administration.
Most Recent Work (References upon
(placed 4th in the foosball tourney
In December 2000 completed a one year engagement at AT&T Labs
as part of a small team defining Internet future service concepts for the $2B global
venture between AT&T and British Telecom called
Concert Technologies. Focused in the area of Application Hosting and Application Service
Completed a multi-year contract in 1Q2000 where I conceived,
designed, developed, managed, and webmastered Intranet web services for the Lucent
Technologies Wireless business unit development community.
- Since April 2008 have consulted with
AT&T Labs Chief Security
Office developing security systems and tools to monitor and defend
- In July 2004 co-founded the Rutgers eLearning project into a startup
called Lecture123 which provided
a client-server enterprise elearning system
and SnapKast our desktop product.
Our service and product were in schools across the US.
- In April 2002 took a research position with the
Rutgers University Laboratory for Computer Science Research
working on an
eLearning grant funded by the state of NJ.
- Starting with the fall 2001 semester Adjunct Professor, Drew
University, Mathematics and Computer Science.
- First 9 months of 2001 for
performed research/analysis of IP and AS number, POC, and BGP routing data from the three
Internet Registries: ARIN, RIPE NCC, and
APNIC. Developed tools to acquire weekly
snapshots, import data in MySQL normalized schema, query server written in Python. Integrated the server into
an IP network management distributed server infrastructure hosted on a Linux cluster. Investigated
rate of change and other research metrics. Served as AT&T liaison to these registry
organizations; arranged a special research feed of ARIN's data. Attended the
ARIN VII annual meeting
I work on-site with clients within a 30 minute commute of
Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 (near Summit). I've been quite successful in performing consulting
services remotely also. So, if telecommuting is an option for you, then your location is
not restricted to NJ.
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I am very interested in discussing your consulting needs. Please
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Email to mitch(at)germansky.org is the best way to