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     Date Submitted:21-12-2012
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     Current job:Science Archives Software Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsESA archive science software C++ Java ISTQB Quality Testing UNIX Linux Postgres PostgreSQL Oracle
    CV

    03.12.1977
    Male
    Spanish

    An experienced Software professional (since Aug 2000 working as Software Engineer) with excellent IT technical, Software Engineer teams and consultancy skills.
    Able to learn new technologies, skills and concepts quickly and with excellent Java and C++ programming skills including OO design and programming combined with first-class analytical, design and problem solving skills always in a logical, methodical manner.

    He has proven his abilities to use the knowledge in practice, during designing, programming and testing software products, integration services and business processes.
    Able to communicate effectively at all levels and able to work on own initiative or within a group environment.

    Able to perform multiple roles, such as team leader and software development activities.

    Employment History:

    08.2008 Present

    Software Engineer Serco Group plc

    - Software engineer for the Science Archives Team at ESAC (European Space Astronomy Centre).
    - Main interface with the Herschel project (HSA), in charge coordinate project schedules and milestones, being the interface between the Herschel team and the Archives team for discuss and gather the requirements for implementations.

    - Developing the Herschel science data ingestion into the archive.
    - Developing the mapping between data base and query service.
    - Managing the Herschel Science Archive (HSA) data base.
    - Developing several web based interfaces to access different archives XMM- Newton, Integral, Planetary missions (MEX, VEX,...) and Herschel.

    Technologies used: Java, Servlets, SQL, Subversion, Postgres, Hibernate, Spring, Redmine, Sonar and Eclipse.
    Operating systems: Linux

    Software Engineer Deimos Space

    - Software Engineer for the XMM-Newton project for ESA, member of the Software Support group, in charge of the downlink systems (PMS, ODS and all instrument monitoring tools, based in SCOS-2000).
    The main activities were: Correction of software problems, development of new software functionalities, installation and deployment of new software versions and database import/export based on users requests.

    Technologies used: C++, C and Pro C (as programming languages), SQL (as DB queries language), vertool (control versioning), Oracle7 and Oracle8
    Operating systems: VMS and UNIX.

    08.2006 08.2008

    08.2000 08.2006

    Software Engineer GMV

    - Software Engineer for the XMM-Newton project for ESA, member of the Software Support group, in charge of the downlink systems (PMS, ODS and all instrument monitoring tools, based in SCOS-I and SCOS-2000).
    The main activities were: Correction of software problems, development of new software functionalities, installation and deployment of new software versions and database import/export based on users requests.

    Technologies used: C++, C and Pro C (as programming languages), SQL (as DB queries language), vertool (control versioning), Oracle7 and Oracle8
    Operating systems: VMS and UNIX.
    - Software Engineer for the NEO project for EUTELSAT, working for two groups: In the first one, EXTIF (External Interfaces) subsystem design (under UML notation) and documentation.

    In the other one, Manualstack and Autostack (SCOS-2000) subsystems re-design, in order to adapt them to the new project requirements, also development and testing until the FAT (First Acceptance Test).
    Technologies used: C++, CORBA (omni Orb) (as programming languages), CVS (control versioning) and Ilog (GUI development tool). Operating systems: UNIX and LINUX.

    - Software Engineer for the HELIOS II project inside a Military project for ASTRIUM, beginning with development and testing of new functionalities and libraries and then in the testing phase correction of SPRs (Software Problem Report).

    Technologies used: C++ y CORBA (Iona) (as programming languages), Clear Case (control Versioning) and SQL (to do queries on the DB).
    Operating systems: UNIX-COMPAQ.

    PhD. Student in Software Engineer and Informatics Systems in College of Computer Engineering of UNED (National Distance Education University).

    B.Sc. in field of Computer Science specialising in Automatics and control Faculty of Engineering, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

    Education:

    2007-Not ended

    1995-2000

    Specialities:

    Java (Servlets, RMI, JDBC, Applets).
    C/C++, CORBA (Orbix2000, OmniOrb), shell scripts HTML, CSS, PHP, JSP, Javascript, Ajax.
    SQL, PL/SQL.
    Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL
    Linux/Unix.
    UML, OOA & OOD.
    Tomcat, Hibernate, Spring Framework
    Eclipse, Netbeans, Ant, SVN, CVS, Redmine, Jenkins, Sonar. Design patterns, Extreme programming.
    XML.

    Languages
    English
    fluent in speaking and writing Spanish mother tongue

    Training Courses

    - CORBA and C++ for Orbix2000 (Nov.01)
    - C++ (ADVANCED) (Sep.02)
    - UML and Methodology of the Object Oriented Design. (Apr.03)
    - CORBA’s mapping to C++ for omni ORB 3.0.4 (Sep.03)
    - Ilog Views (Basic) (Sep.04)
    - Oracle 9i DBA (Jan.05)
    - XML (May.05)
    - Self training “
    Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition 5.0 (CX-310- 055)” (Mar.06)
    - Design Patterns and Struts in JAVA. (Jun.07)
    - Advanced Java: JDBC, Servlet, JSP, EJB (Jul.07)
    - J2ME: Java for mobile devices (Sep 07)
    -
    Oracle Database 10g: Administration Workshop at Oracle University (Feb.08)
    -
    ISTQB® Certified Tester, Foundation Level at International Software Quality Institute (ISQI) - An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python at coursera by Rice University
    - PostgreSQL Immersion at 2ndQuadrant

    Interests:

    Football, tennis, paddle, table tennis (but in general any kind of sports), robotics (trying to start a project (autonomous vehicle) with Arduino) and reading fantasy literature.


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