Senior C++ Analyst-Programmer at Deimos-Space SLU (September 2009 - current)
Development of software for the space industry.
• CDSSCI-CAM: the CDSSCI is a unique point of entry for customers to get Earth Observation products from ESA. Basically, a customer makes a request, the CDSSCI calculates the proper mission to satisfy the request and makes it available to the customer. The CAM Subsystem is a plug-in for the ArcMap tool providing a set of tools to assure the correctnes of the products to be delivered.
• MPAS: the MPAS intended to be a multi-mission mission planner.
• Sentinel-2 and Deimos-2: writting components for both mission planners.
• SMOS: evolutionary and corrective maintenance of the NRT (Near Real Time) telemetry processors.
• INGENIO/SeoSat: as I, I & V engineer of the Spanish Goverment Earth Observation Mission SeoSat. During this period I have carried out tasks such as:
- Definition of integration test procedures.
- Definition of validation test cases.
- Problem reporting and follow up.
- Requirements traceability.
Senior C++ Analyst-Programmer at BAM Sistems (June 2009 - September 2009)
Development of C++ middleware interfacing bank software and cash-management machines like ATM. Such machines count bank notes and stored them separately.
Senior C++ Analyst-Programmer at SHS-Polar (September 2002 - May 2009)
Development of C++ software for the telecommunication industry.
• GEISER: the aim of this project was to manage the tranport network of Telefonica de España (PDH and SDH). It was in charge of all elements of the transport network: from each single optic fiber to either network cards or network equipments. I took part in almost all subsystems that GEISER was split into:
- PROV (Network Provision). The goal of this subsystem was to handle and to manage all the virtual communication paths. Those virtual paths were implemented over physical paths. I was involved in all software life cycle: analysis, design, coding and testing.
- CRE (Network Creation). Previous to defining virtual paths, the physical network with its components (network equipments, network cards, physical paths,...) had to be discovered and created. That was the main goal of this subsystem. If new equipment were bought and installed into the transport network, it had to be inserted into the system. DITRA was a Telefonica de España corporative software and it was used to do these tasks. CRE had to offer an entry point to such software. As C++ Analyst I managed an small team (three people) to develop an interface to DITRA.
- SIART (Alarms Management). Low level alarms were emitted by every single component of the Transport Network to notify about its status. SIART subsystem caught those alarms and, by means of an inference engine, higher level alarms were deduced.
- CMG (Interface Layer). This software was in charge of interfacing with the network equipments. Telefonica de España offers software utilities to manage the requests for private telecommunication companies.
• SGO: the main goal of this project was to offer an entry point for the private telecommunications companies (e. g. billing services).
UML Analyst and Java Programmer at SBD Consultors (October 2000 - October 2002)
Development of Java software for banking
• ASAP: an authentication server for the Uno-e On-line Bank. I took part in all software life cycle phases: analysis, design, development, tests and deployment. The duties of this software were to manage the private and operational keys of the clients of this bank. This project came out because the need of separating the bank itself from the keys management. This server was developed as java servlets deployed in a Weblogic Server.
C/C++ programmer at Heyde Nekkar (June 2000 - October 2000)
Development of C/C++ middleware interfacing HMI and flight booking agencies (Amadeus and Resiber).
C++ programmer at Ideal Objects (September 1998 - June 2000)
Development of C/C++ software for the telecommunication industry.
• Infovía+ (Telefónica de España): writing a framework library (threads, logs, database access,...)
• Workflow (Unión Fenosa): this software read the specification of a workflow written in a specific language, the specification was parsed and translated into Ilog Rules rules. Depending on the activity which was being executed and other inputs and conditions, new activities were launched.
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