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Resume: JULIAN H. STACEY BSc.Hons. ( Computers & Cybernetics )

COMPUTER CONSULTANT: UNIX, NET & SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

( Lebenslauf auch in Deutsch erhältlich -- Resume also available in German )

TEL +49 89 26023276 EMAIL jhs[AT]berklix.com WEB http:// www.berklix.com/ ~ jhs/
ADDRESSES
Munich (& Aachen), Germany (& Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England)
PRE-REQUISITES
No Tobacco Smoke (Allergic). No Microsoft. No relocation.
EXPERIENCE
35+ Years Computer Telecom & Electronics Industry:
System Engineering
(since 2.75); Unix (since 1978), C Programming (since 1982),
for Unix & Embedded real time applications; Hardware/software interfacing; Sys. Admin. (Firewalls, Mail & Web Servers etc); Porting & development to custom software requirements; Telecom & Computer system planning and development; Project costing & management.
COMPUTER EXPERIENCE (
* T = Target System, H = Host System, C = Combined )

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HARDWARE SOFTWARE PERIOD * COMPANY
Various Unix, Mainly BSD, See : ☞ http://berklix.com2017 See Web For Recent Years C Vector Systems Ltd.
Intel 486 FreeBSD-4.9 & 10 http://berklix.com/scanjet 2003 & 4 T Motorola, Texas, Denmark.
Intel 686 DNS, HTTP, SMTP: surfacevision, bsdpie, monometro 2002 on C ☜
Intel 686 FreeBSD support, NCD & UPS config etc 2001 on C BSN
Intel 686 http://berklix.com speculative investigation. - C Vector Systems
Intel 5&686 Apache + C CGI: http://berklix.org/~jhs/ski/form.html - H Self
Intel 586 FreeBSD-4.4 4.8 & 5.1 + CD Mastering 2001 - 2003 C VSL (DDJ etc).
Intel 686 Linux + GNU tools 2001 C Speech Design, Germering
Intel 686 FreeBSD-3.4 + Firewall 2000 C Vector Systems
Intel 586 + SCO-5.0.5 FreeBSD-3.3 + Motif/Lesstif-0.89 1998-1999 C OPS(OCE) Poing
Intel 586 + HP FreeBSD 2.2 & HP-UX 10.3 1997.07-1997.12 C Dasa Ottobrunn
Intel 486 + HP Risc FreeBSD 2.0.5 & HP-UX 09 1996.06 C BLV (Thyssen)
Intel 586 FreeBSD 2.1 1996.05 C Ditec Munich
Intel 486 Suse Linux + FreeBSD 2.1 1996.03 C Dekra Akademie Mu.
HP 827 HP-UX 9.0 1995 C Siemens Nurenberg
Dec Alpha OSF1 V2.1+X11R6 1994-1995 C Tech. Univ. Munich
Intel 486 FreeBSD,(BSD4.4),X11R6 Since 1994 H Vector Systems
Intel 486 386BSD,(BSD4.3),X11R5 1993-1994 H Vector Systems
Intel 486 SVR4,X11R5 1992-1993 H Vector Systems
Intel 486 SCO SVR3 +X-Windows 1992-1993 T Siemens Hofm. Str.
NSC 32532 Mach, Minix, NetBSD Since 1991.02 C Vector Systems
DEC VAX 11/780 Unix V7 (IS 3.1) 1990 C Siemens Hofm. Str.
Symmetric(NSC 32016) Unix BSD 4.2 Since 1988.02 H Vector Systems
Microwave signal generator VRTX,80186,C 1988.02-1988.11 T Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz PC AT Msdos 3.2+Sun PCNFS 1988.02-1988.11 H Rohde & Schwarz
DEC VAX 11/780 IS3 (Unix V7) 1986.09-1987.10 C Siemens Hofm. Str.
DEC PDP 11/70 IS1 (Unix V6) 1986.04-1987.10 C Siemens Hofm. Str.
Siemens PC XT Msdos 3.10 1987.01-1987.10 H Siemens Hofm. Str.
Toshiba T1100+ & NEC Msdos 3.2 & Minix 1.3 1987.06-~1991 H Vector Systems
NSC 32016 Sinix V2.0 1986.02-1986.06 C Siemens Perlach
Intel 80186 Sinix 1.0C 1985.07-1986.06 C Siemens Perlach
Siemens PCX,MX,MX2 Sinix/(Xenix/Unix V7) 1985.07-1986.06 C Siemens Perlach
VAX 11/750 Unix BSD 4.2 1985.07-1986.06 H Siemens Perlach
NSC 32016 Own Software 1983.03-1985.06 T Vector Systems
Zilog System 8000 Zeus2.2 (Unix V7) 1984.01-1985.06 C BT International
Model 30 & 11++ Zeus3.21 (Unix S3) 1984.01-1985.06 C BT International
DEC VAX 11/780 VMS User+Management 2 Week Course ~1985 H BT International
Tandem Guardian (Non Stop) 3 Week Course ~1984 C BT International
Motorola M68000 Versados (assembler) 1 Week Course 1984 T BT International
Intel 8086 iRMX86 (+ ICE86) 1 Week Course 1981 C BT International
Intel 8086,8,& 9 (Hardware & Software) 2 Week Course 1981 C BT International
Intel 8080 MDS ISIS-II 2 Mth. ~1980 C BT International
Mostek Z80 MDS FLP80-DOS & CP/M 8 Mth. 1980-1981 C BT International
Motorola M6800 SWTPC Monitor 2 Yr. intermittent 1979-1980 T University of Kent
LSI M3, Xerox,BT CP/M (C80,WS,BDOS) 1980-1988 intermittent C Westhawk
DEC PDP 11/40 Unix Version 6 1978.04-1980.07 intermittent H University of Kent
Burroughs B6800 CANDE 4 Mth. 1979.06-1979.09 C BT International
ICL 2960 (+ 4130) VME/K,EMAS (+ KOS) 2 Yr. intermittent 1977-1979 C University of Kent
Prime/Telenet IPSS Net. Ctl. System 3 Mth. 1977 C BT International
Hasler M110 & M150 Message Switcher 3 Week Courses ~1976 T BT International
HP Minicomputer Assembler 2 Week Courses ~1976 T BT International

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LANGUAGES & TOOLS : EXPERIENCE

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Preferred: C, Unix, bsd make, bind/named, apache, cvs/sccs, gdb, bsd kernel config, X-Windows, Groff, Html, Sendmail.mc, M4 etc.
Competent in: Tcl/Tk, TCP/IP, Apache, BSD-IPFW, Named(Bind/DNS), PLF/PLM/PLZ, Algol, Basic.
Have Used: C++, CGI Perl, Assemblers: NS32000, M68000, I8086, M6800, Z80, Macros:ML1.
Some Experience: HP-Mini, I8080, Z8000, and PDP11 Assembler, Ada, Pascal, Fortran, Forth.

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UNIVERSITY
Bachelor of Science, Honours Degree ‘Computers and Cybernetics’, University of Kent at Canterbury, England. (http://www.kent.ac.uk) Graduated 1980. (+ prior Electrical & Electronic Engineering 1st year pass, Leeds University (http://www.leeds.ac.uk) 1974+6 ).

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WORK EXPERIENCE (newest first, O: = Own work, G: = Group project).

O: Project budget negotiation, Team recruitment & management, Development & support, Prosecution of debtors, Corporation Tax etc. Confidential. List skills needed, I’ll tell you Yes or No & where [else] to ask.
SCANJET FreeBSD CONVERSIONS for Motorola & others - -
O:
NT to FreeBSD conversions : Ref. www.berklix.com/scanjet/
DEVELOPMENT for Vector Systems, Munich - 2001
O:
Bootable custom CDROM Mastering, FreeBSD 4.[3-5] based.
Linux & GNU Tools etc for Speech Design, Munich - 2001
B:
Linux [Debian + Suse] + GNU Tools
O:
Advice on Software Patents, FSF & BSD code embedding right etc.
DEVELOPMENT for a customer of Vector Systems, Munich - 2000
B:
Internet planning for new empty site, inc. hardware ISP rack & cable provision, Internal, firewall, & web external FreeBSD-3.4 servers. Implemented 3 server system, extending to 5 server inc. diskless configuration.
DEVELOPMENT For OCE Printing Systems, Poing - 1998-1999
O:
Development of C, X-Windows & Motif application, Target: Intel 586 + SCO-5.0.5 + Motif then Lesstif, Host: FreeBSD-3.3 + Lesstif-0.89
DEVELOPMENT For DASA / Deutsche Aerospace, Ottobrunn - 1997.07-1997.12
G:
Development of interface for Aircraft structural design. TCL/ TK/ Tix, C etc.
FILE SYSTEM Data Rescue Investigation: Rank Xerox, Berlin - 1997.04
DEVELOPMENT For Vector Systems - 1997.02-1997.03
O:
Development/ improvement: ISDN, TCP/IP etc.
VT220 EMULATION & EDITOR : BLW (Thyssen) - 1996
WEB CONFERENCE PAGES: Ditec, Munich - 1996.05
O:
Page preparation: Data Warehousing Europe ’96 conference, & RAID ’96 conference.
LECTURER : UNIX SYSTEM ADMIN.: Dekra Akademie, Munich - 1996.03
O:
Lectured for 2 weeks in German, to 17 people with individual PCs. Determined syllabus, inc. System 5 ( SVR4 ), Berkeley ( BSD ), Linux. Installed FreeBSD. Set & marked own exam.
WEB CONSULTANT: PRE- LAUNCH SUPPORT: Europe Online,Munich - 1995.12
O:
Pre launch support: Repaired World Wide Web ISMAP control files, & HTML links etc.
WEB TOOLS & CONFIGURATION: Siemens, Nuremberg - 1995
O:
Corrected web server configuration, wrote World Wide Web CGI test scripts, obtained Oracle database interface tools, assessed CGI/ forms scripting macro tools.
CONSULTANCY (ANALYSIS): Customer of Vector Systems, Munich - 1995
O:
Consolidation of inter- operability of networking components for future product. 1995
O:
Prepared infrastructure for an Internet Web press presentation. 1995
Planned cheap Internet server to save a customer considerable money.
X11R6 X-WINDOW SYSTEM PORTING: Munich Tech. Univ., CAD Dept. - 1994-1995
O:
Installation & support of X-Windows X11R6pl11, for DEC Alpha Computers 1994
O:
Porting various support programs such as CMU /Sup to Sequent. 1994
DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM EXPANSION: Vector Systems - 1993-1994
B:
Support of large FreeBSD system. Contribution to source of FreeBSD project 1993-1994
B:
Development of gateway NetBSD system. Contribution to source of NetBSD project. 1994
O:
Various minor kernel modifications, (such as memory resizing, default parities etc) 1993-1994
O:
Porting various support programs such as CMU /Sup to PCS-Cadmus. 1993-1994
O:
Porting Eprom burner driver to FreeBSD (Unix) (incomplete). 1994
RUSSIAN X11 TOOLS DEVELOPMENT: Siemens, EWSD Hofmann Strasse - 1992-1993
O:
Development & Implementation of a 3 language Cyrillic/ German/ English screen/ Keyboard/ Laser printer combination with X-Windows, for SCO,( & also Unix SVR4 & BSD). Inclusive of BDF to HP PCL5 Font converter tool, Cyrillic & custom font manufacture.
DEVELOPMENT For Vector Systems - 1991.01-1991.06
O:
Building of a PC532 (25MHz NSC 32532 CPU, 32381 FPU, 32202 ICU, NetBSD (+ Minix 1.3/5 + Mach), 8 TTY, 8M 70nS RAM, SCSI 300M Disk). Development/ improvement: GCC, Gh/ Postscript, & other FSF tools, Modem connection, SLIP TCP/IP + uucp/ email + slip, Nroff driver for HP3P laser etc.
REVERSE MACRO DEVELOPMENT Siemens, EWSD Hofmann Strasse, Munich - 1990.01-1990.10
O:
Customer specific data conversion (reverse macro) tool.
DEVELOPMENT FOR Vector Systems - 1989.02-1989.12
B:
Unix/ Msdos Directory/ tree transfer coms. prog. in C. skips unchanged files, maintains datestamps, supports inter computer pipes.
O:
Rescue tool for physically damaged floppy discs (written in C for Msdos and Unix).
REAL TIME CONSULTANT: Rohde and Schwarz, Munich - 1988.02-1988.11
B:
Wrote self test software for 15 GHz microwave sweep generator/ sawtooth oscillator & analyser. Developed self test software working across 2 80286 processors via a VRTX real time kernel, using Microsoft C Version 4, Hitex ICE Emulator, Eprom’able code. Programmable adjustment of tunable filters & YIG/ YAG components to minimal/ maximal power consumption tests. Control & compensation of analogue/ digital interfaces. Run time evaluation of impedance networks using Kirchoff’s laws. Model names SWM & ZAM. 1 Year project.
COMS. PACKAGE DEVELOPMENT: Siemens, EWSD Munich Hofmann Strasse - 1986.09-1987.10
O:
Designed and implemented an overlay package to add task interleaving and multiple priority facilities to existing VAX Unix V7 ‘FTSinix’ to BS2000 (IBM) file transfer program. Implemented with German functionality, and documentation.
G:
Ported package above to also run on a PDP 11/70 running Unix Version 6, with RJE (Remote Job Entry).
O:
Development study for control system for telephone exchange development documentation dept.
CONSULTANT: Siemens Perlach Munich, Sinix Devlp. Dept. - 1985.07-1986.06
O: Production & automation of Unix
Sinix Software for 8 European languages & 2 CPU families (NSC-32x32 & I-80x86): developed & documented tools; cooperated with source code control personnel; produced earliest languages; trained personnel, guided & supervised personnel for later language production.
O:
Developed parallel multiple language simultaneous compilation capability.
O:
Top Makefile written to compile Sinix & all packages in 1 language. Shell to produce 7 sequential multiple language versions of Sinix through a weekend.
O: C
compiler & Yacc improved, to select correct language library.
O:
Wrote Makefiles for libraries, delivery tree production, etc.
O:
Improved & extended countless existing Makefiles.
O:
Produced a standard Siemens style product floppy, to convert a Sinix system to a Sinix production/(compilation) system.
O:
Wrote program to check & duplicate product floppies.
O:
Specified & supervised a production support program. (A Zilog style `upkeep´).
O:
Made floppy production tools faster & network independent.
O:
Production logins secured.
O:
Documentation of automation work and recommendations for future work.
ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE ENGINEER, British Telecom International, London, England - 1980.07-1985.06
O: Unix System Administrator
+ Computer Centre & Network Support: Assessed, purchased & installed hardware & software packages, Established automatic system integrity and user data security package & procedures. Optimised system configurations (disk layouts & networks). Provided user technical support. Managed Ethernet + associated peripherals + technicians. Installed operating system & package upgrades. Interfaced computer systems and peripherals. Supervised student projects.
G:
Manned BT International Exchange during service crisis. (Using PTT 3.4 KHz * 12 * 5 * 13~15 Frequency modulation system, including upper/ lower sideband, pilot levels, carrier regeneration etc).
O:
Installed Unix C to Z80 Cross Compiler, developed stack frame compatible IO routines, + down loader for target Z80. Beta testing of replacement compiler. Developed base for a table controlled terminal emulator.
O:
Unix Administrator: developed system, trained colleagues & successor.
G:
Specified 70 Screen 2 Gbyte high reliability database.
B:
Designed and implemented hardware and software for a Z80 SIO device driver on a Mostek micro development system (in Z80 Assembler for MK3884-7).
O:
Automated calculation of (a) noise, and (b) pulse voltages, induced in telecommunications lines from adjacent (a) electricity power supply grid during short circuit surges, and (b) railway lines with train power pickup conductors sparking; to evaluate EMI, with respect to (a) requirements for gas discharge tubes for human protection, (b) noise induced affecting signal/ noise ratio. (Program written in Algol).
UNIVERSITY PROJECTS Canterbury, Kent, England - 1977.10-1980.06
O:
Designed, built & tested plotter/ printer mechanics, power electronics, & software (in PLF, like PL/M).
G:
Implemented parallel & serial port interrupt components for a floppy disk file system (in PLF for M-6800).
G:
Developed multi input data logging micro system (in PLF for M-6800).
O:
Wrote multiple function plotting program, with automatic floating point self scaler and offset (in Basic).
ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE ENGINEER, British Telecom International, London, England - 1975.02-1977.09
G:
International Packet Switching System: profitability costing, systems planning, installation, configuration, testing, linking to American Telenet System. ‘Prime’ computer hardware.
B:
Time Multiplexed 50 Kbit/s Satellite Link: Experimental viability testing of Canadian Link, Cascaded multiplexers ( { 50 Kbit/s > 24 * 2.4 Kbit/s } + { 2.4 Kbit/s > 50, 100, 110, 200 & 300 bit/s} ). Testing experimental FIFO buffer to compensate for varying satellite propagation loop delay (due to both shorter term atmospheric perturbations & longer term satellite path drift).
O:
Testing of experimental 50Kbit/s time multiplexed satellite connection to Italy. via COMSAT SPADE. (COMSAT = Communications Satellite Corporation, USA; SPADE = Single channel per carrier, Pulse code modulated, multiple Access, Demand assigned, Equipment).
G:
Implementation planning 4.8 Kbit/s commercial time multiplexed service to Canada.
O:
Designed & produced extra PCBs for Hasler M150 telegraph message switcher.
O:
Costed and designed a telegraph speed and code converter. 5/7 Unit, 50/2400 baud etc.
TEST TECHNICIAN,
Time Electronics & Feedback Instruments, Kent, England - 1974.08-1975.01
B:
Oxygen analyser and extremely high precision voltmeter.
VARIOUS OTHER COMPUTER EXPERIENCE
O:
Lecturer for Faraday (Electrical & Electronic Engineers) e.V. www.berklix.com/free/talk/ 2007 & 2013
O:
Organiser SFD Software Freedom Day www.berklix.org/sfd/ 2010 & 2011
O:
Exhibitor of BSD Systems @ Vintage Computer Fest Europe (www.vcfe.org). 2000-2005 etc
O:
Supported Munich Council’s dumping Microsoft for Linux www.berklix.com/~jhs/stadtmuenchen/ 2003
O:
Stand Organiser for BSD- Unix @ Linux Park, Systems Exhibition 2001
B:
Co Founder of BIM ( www.berklix.org/bim/ )  & MECC ( www.berklix.org/mecc/ ) 1999 on
BIM= Berkeley In Munich MECC= Munich Electronic & Computer Consultants
O:
System Administrator for BIM : Berkeley in Munich ( www.berklix.org/bim/ ) 1999 on
B:
Code contributor to FreeBSD ( www.berklix.com/~jhs/src/ ) 1994 on
Src/ diffs + ports/ Hylafax, Exmh, Estic ports wrappers etc.
B:
Member of the XFree86-3.0D beta test team. 1994
O:
Ported: Minix 1.2 to Toshiba T1100+, modified: driver for higher density Floppies. ~1989
G:
Wrote Unix style overlay for Msdos. ~1986-90
O:
Started English Firm, recruited & managed other programmers. 1986 on "
G:
Prepared business plan to found a company in UK designing Unix computers. ~1984
B:
Designed and built hardware & software for an NSC 32016 16/32 bit system ~1983
NATIONALITY British
(& both parents); Security cleared by Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve & British Telecom)
SECURITY
I’ve never been near political or religious extremism; I abhor drugs & never touched them; No police record.
Alcohol only in moderation, Never any driving & not till after work. No epilleptic or similar machine control risk liability. Not colour blind (eg re. wiring & resistor codes & reaction buttons).
PERSONALITY

I enjoy computer development (soft & hardware), & participate in public source projects, eg www.freebsd.org etc. I do not touch Microsoft or games. Organiser for various groups www.berklix.org Berklix (& Ex GEA: German English Association) Beer Gardeners weekly, wind surfing, ski, bike & hiking trips, barbecues, firework displays, elections, web & mail lists. Support democracy, (I ran & enforced clean elections for UKC/SU & GEA; urged elections for FreeBSD core (later accepted); complained to British Consul re. 2009 Munich mass EU election registration failure, & promoted registration for 2014 election).
NON- SMOKER I require smoke free offices. I declined to renew a contract in a smoked office.
LANGUAGES Native English, Fluent German
(I happily negotiate & win legal contract terms, but my
grammar is poor, esp. written) . I can read French (but rusty), I understand a reasonable
amount of French if spoken slowly & clearly.
CAR DRIVER
Estate Car (Station Wagon) in Munich, German licence issued , UK licence issued 1974
PERMITS
Unlimited German residence permit. Registered at Munich tax office.
OWN RESOURCES

Equipped to work in my office, your office, & remote via Internet :
· Internet Connectivity: DSL 16Mb/s flat rate connection. 2 Firewall Gateways, Multiple mirrored permanently connected (24/7) Internet servers at 2 remote sites. 5+ domains.
· Computers: approx.20+ Unix Systems inc. : FreeBSD & Ex NetBSD: NSC 32532; 2 UPSs (Uninterruptible Power Supply) secure power for gateways, internal servers, fallback PBX, fax etc. 2 PBXs, multiple switches/hubs (fallback reserve).
· Test Gear:
Logic Analyser, Oscilloscope, DVMs, Eprom eraser & programmer.
STANDARD & PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE PACKAGES AVAILABLE

My own bootable encrypted USB stick, (& prior CDROM )self mastered with FreeBSD (www.freebsd.org) , is available to embed customer products on, with X-Windows, and any of 24064 (@ 2014-10-02) BSD, & other packages available, plus customisation, compilation, installation, configuration, & support. DSL + ISDN Auto answer+ dial- on- demand+ timeout, & Firewall, Web HTTP , FTP , SMTP via UUCP , PPP, IMAP, Popmail, Email to fax servers. Custom packages: Cyrillic/ Chinese/ German/ English X-Windows + keyboard + printer environment; Screen & printer BDF/ PCL font conversion tools etc Sources: BSD automaticly updated via net. CVS ).
PRODUCTS & DEVELOPMENTS: Web, Internet, X-Windows, Unix Servers.

In addition to Internet Unix & FreeBSD X-Windows, Firewall, Server & Workstation systems; Support, custom development and tools for various other systems is also available.
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This resume was prepared using a self developed WYSIWYG mechanism (vi make groff ghostview, + automatic Sigusr1 signal) plus an English/ German language filter, + Groff, & Ghostview (Postscript previewer) using X-Windows & FreeBSD (Unix) Optimal Format: A4 paper with Postscript, PCL or BJC. Ascii Format OK, HTML format poor (back end tool). (The WYSIWYG mechanism is also available for Chimera (a web browser), & Xfig (a figure generator), & is extensible.
In English & German. : PDF , Postscript, Plain Text, HTML , ( No MS Word, monopolist proprietary non standard).

See Pages 5 & 6 for Annexes:

Limited Driver & Kernel Exposure + Management & Organisational Experience +
Agents & Recruiters Notes

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Page 5 : Limited Driver & Kernel Exposure
( Beyond { Unix since 1978 + C since ~’81 + BSD since UCB 4.2 + FreeBSD
patchset contributor before FreeBSD adopted versions numbers, eg inc.
386BSD) } )
- 6800 parallel port relay & stepper motor control, designed developed
built tested & documented hardware & software.
- Wrote Z80 embedded sio driver (interrupt with watchdog polling);
- Hardware & software design & build of an NSC 32016 prototype microcomputer inc.
monitor in C + hand assembly of test loop, tested with logic analyser;
(followed by work toward building a product & company).
- Read parts of Lions’ book & bits of code on Version 6 Unix (Around ’82) .
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lions%27_Commentary_on_UNIX_6th_Edition,_with_Source_Code
- Enhanced Minix floppy driver to double the capacity;
- Searched for tape driver bug on Symmetric 375 (BSD 4.2) (but linkable
kernel modules had other bugs, so wrote recovery program instead).
- Run time init for VRTX RTOS devices,
- Looked in FreeBSD kernel re 16M bounce buffers & cache etc.
- Rolled custom kernel FreeBSD configs for decades,
- Looked for clues to failure & chipsets etc in FreeBSD drivers
(last urtwn, re. heat, still pending).
- 3 of Addison Wesley series "Design & Implemetation of *BSD.." on the shelf.
- Nothing big yet, always something else more urgent to fix or develop,
but interested to do more.

Page 5 : Management & Organisational Experience
- Liason operational & projects departments & suppliers, BTI london.
- Chaired Student Union Elections Committee: Managed election of ~2,500.
chaired unruly meeting of many hundreds, after previous 2 chairs
no confidenced.
- Business plan & Venture Capital seeking, Canterbury (NSC 32016).
- Team of 2: assessing & specifying 1 million pound database (1983 prices).
- Responsible for DP esp. Unix services to 30 developers, BTI London.
- Managing 2 technicians for BTI, London.
- Supervision of student project, BTI, London.
- Responsible for Siemens 7 language 2 CPU architecture production.
- Created Vector Systems Ltd, sought & found work for associates.
- Organised countless ski trips for up to 38 people in 13 cars.
- Recruited & installed programmer for VSL on 3 Siemens developments.
- Recruited & flew over kernel programmer to present to Siemens.
- Landlord of 2 UK rental properties ... tenant relationships.
- Sys. eng. requirments: design, budget, lethal floor loading alert.
- Lecturing in German (& controlling some !) & examining for Dekra.
- Leader for elections & firework launch teams of sports & social club.
- Organised organisers of ski trips & beer garden trips.
- Created & run many mail lists on http://berklix.org
- Host other peoples domains & lists on berlix servers.
- Created & organised http://berklix.org/bim/ & http://berklix.org/mecc/
- Organised BIM exhibition manning for Elektronik Boerse & Systems Expo.
- Team assembly, management, & use of lawyer to sue debtor.
- Recruited team of speakers for http://berklix.com/free/talk/
- Management of Vector Systems Ltd, UK, inc. company tax etc.

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Page 6 : AGENTS & RECRUITERS:

Consultancy Rates Are Negotiated In Euros Per Hour For Work in Munich area, Germany Offices (mine or client’s) Outside Munich commuter area, extra costs are charged:

Please do Not mislead your client or yourself by just multiply hourly rate by 8 hours/day & GBP/EUR to get some false Pounds Per Day rate !

Hourly rates in Euro or Sterling on enquiry. Currency Rates at http://www.berklix.com/~jhs/rates/

Consultancy Cost Component Examples For London or Berlin etc:

+ Consultancy On Site At Client, eg in London or Berlin:
Initial week(s) on site, as determined by client & consultant
(not agent) discussing technicly, then periodicaly on site
at client during project, at an hourly rate somewhat more
than the Munich office rate. Typicaly no more than 32 Hours per
week of work (Mon AM & Fri PM typically travelling).

+ Travel Time between Consultant City & Client City:
Payable by client at half the hourly working rate.
(Neither client nor contractor wiling to pay all wasted time.)

+ Air Flight Costs
Business rates as clients schedules preclude finding tourist rates.
Minimum weekly flights, or for days clients require visits.
Trains usually less practical. Choice of planes or trains is at
Consultant discretion, Not clinet or agent.

+ Remote Consultancy From Munich Office:
Once consultant understands technical requirements of client,
consultant reduces working presence in London/ Berlin to part time,
doing most development in Munich office, at a somewhat cheaper rate
with no expenses, & as no travel, more work done, typically
40 hours per week.

+ Transport Costs In Client City
Airport/ hotel/ client office taxi/ train as appropriate. ( Agent
to offer estimate of what consultant needs to charge, as agents
often keep client locations secret, & only agents know geography
between airport, client & hotels & London & Berlin conurbations are huge.)

+ Hotel Costs:
Business rates, clients schedules preclude tourist rates. Agents
alone know client location, what other local events may affect
hotel occupancy & transport, all unknown to consultant (eg Munich
Oktoberfest & Hanover Computer Fair occasionally book out all
hotels for 100+ Km radius). If agents don’t know their own city,
they should find an estimate eg here http://www.booking.com (unlike
most, bookings often flexible): No flat rental as project & rental
termination/renewal dates mis-match, & it takes months to find a
flat, & consultant should be working, not wasting time.

+ Foreign City Nightly Allowance:
Cost of a cheap pizza alone does Not compensate business trips
in foreign cities, alone & bored, meal followed by drink at pub
or finding a cinema etc + transport. All major employers financialy
compensate employees who have to travel, above the price of hotel
+ meal, & I require comensurate compensation.

Contracts:

+ I’m a professional, contracting & negotiating 30 years since
1985. I’m fully aware of agent ploys that delay & deter business
agreement, so don’t try, it wastes mutual time & reduces trust.

+ Contract Terms
Contracts must be balanced to satisfy both sides, or are Not
signed. I do reject contracts with un-balanced terms. Client’s
& agents’s requirements & contract terms do Not out rank consultant’s.
If you offer contract terms, they are treated as first draft for
negotiation, If I offer you contract terms, treat them similarly.
It encourages both sides to offer reasonable terms for quick
acceptance, not adventurous one sided terms. (Managers often
don’t realise when they foolishly let their lawyer provide a first
draft to a contract, the lawyer often seeks to prove lawyer’s
worth, by over- securing employer’s interest too much at the
expense of the other party, delaying business when other party
to the contract rejects unbalanced terms.)

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