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     Date Submitted:01-10-2015
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    University and other studies

     

    ·        Computer Engineering at  “Universidad Complutense de Madrid - UCM”

    ·        Economics at the “Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia - UNED”

     

     

    Expertise Areas

     

    ·       Traffic analysis

    ·       Digital Identity

    ·       Image Processing

     

     

    Languages

     

    ·       Spanish (mother tongue)

    ·       English (fluent at speaking and writing)

    ·       Chinese (basic)

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (more recent first)

     

    2006 (to present), hired by Ericsson R&D Madrid, after some months working for them as contractor I was offered to join the firm, in Ericsson I has worked in digital identity, subscriber databases and traffic analyzers.

    2005, hired by Quality Objects in Madrid, during this period I was a Java/J2EE consultant, I worked mainly for Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent.

    2003, hired by Stratesys Consulting in Madrid, a firm specialized in SAP deployments, I was part of the team dealing with the integration with J2EE servers.

    2001, hired by Indra Espacio in Madrid (Remote Sensing Department) developing activities mainly related to the defence ground segment area.

    2000, hired by Luga  to develop its e-commerce website, managing a FreeBSD O.S. based Apache web server and developing the code in Php and JavaScript. The Database engine used in this project was MySQL. The latest tools in multimedia design for the internet, such as Macromedia Flash, UltraDev, and Fireworks were used in the development of the website.

    2000, Practices at Indra Espacio in Madrid (Remote Sensing Department) as a Oracle Pro-C code developer and C++ code developer for using geodata obtained from DTED MNT’ s, these tasks where part of a transportable system to obtain satellite data called PRIMOV.

    1999,  Practices at Soluciones Digitales, an ISP from Madrid, designing and developing websites mainly for assurance firms. Servers maintenance, this involved the configuration and administration of apache web servers and sendmail servers, all of them installed on FreeBSD OS and formerly on IBM AIX OS.

    SELECTED EXPERIENCE IN PROJECTS

     

    EPG/SASN DPI (2011-present) (Ericsson)

    Customer: mobile operators

    Objective: EPG (formerly GGSN) is a traffic analyzer for operators that is able to handle very high loads, analyze protocols and pass data to other products dealing with policies.

    The product is implemented in C++, some parts are in C. Performance is critical, so every new developed feature is run through a severe and intensive performance test phase, where any memory or performance deviation is detected and reported for further analysis and correction.

    Functions: Team Leader, implementation proposals, coding.

    Technologies & Methodologies: C++, Make, Python, Git, Clearquest, Jenkins, Gerrit, Scrum, Linux

     

    CUDB (2009-2011) (Ericsson)

    Customer: mobile operators

    Objective: the CUDB is the Ericsson product in layered subscriber database. It replaces the up to the moment ubiquitous monolithic architecture deployed in almost all the operators.
    CUDB is a high performance, high redundancy system based on very robust technologies and underlying systems.

    Functions: Team Leader, implementation proposals, coding.

    Technologies & Methodologies: C++, Make, Bash scripting, Python, MySQL Cluster, OpenLDAP, Clearcase, Clearquest, Gerrit, Scrum, Linux, Scrum

     

    EIC (2007-2009) (Ericsson)

    Customer: mainly mobile operators

    Objective: the digital identity prototype was a success and Ericsson decided to develop a commercial product using it as base.
    The prototype was enhanced in security terms, capability, functions and databases that could be used to hold the information, among them the Ericsson HSS.
    Several customizations, depending on the customer preferences were developed, including specific variants of the standard, deployments on different application servers (Tomcat, Bea Weblogic, JBoss).

    Functions: technical coordinator, team leader, implementation proposals, codign.

    Technologies & Methodologies: J2EE, Struts, Hibernate, MySQL, SAML 2.0 (An OASIS specification), CVS, Subversion, Tomcat, Geronimo, Weblogic, AJAX, javascript, Linux

     

    Ericsson (2006)(As consultant from Quality Objects)

    Customer: Ericsson

    Objective: I was selected by Ericsson to help their prototypes unit in a new project dealing with digital identity.
    The core of the system was implemented on Java J2EE, using Tomcat as the server.
    The data could be hold either in LDAP or SQL databases, for prototyping demos we developed a simple data storage subsystem that was readily available without any extra installation.

    Technologies & Methodologies: J2EE, Ant, Struts, Hibernate, MySQL, SAML 2.0 (An OASIS specification), CVS, Subversion, Tomcat, Geronimo, Weblogic, AJAX, javascript, Linux

    Alcatel-Lucent (2005) (As consultant from Quality Objects)

    Customer: Alcatel-Lucent

    Objective: while working at Quality Objects) I was deployed to Alcatel-Lucent to work in their network control project. The technology employed in the subsystem I worked was J2EE. At Alcatel they used Bea WebLogic and had a system based on the usage of EJB and a object oriented database.

    Technologies & Methodologies: J2EE, Weblogic, a propietary object database, Clearcase.

     

    Telefónica accounting web application (2003-2005) (As consultant from Stratesys)

    Customer: Telefónica Soluciones / TID (Currently named Movistar)

    Objetive: Internal web application to keep track of providers offers, invoices, resources and accounting. Telefonica already had a SAP system deployed and they wanted to offer the users a more friendly interface, using browsers.
    The Technology used was J2EE, we used Tomcat as the server and we hold a replica of the SAP data on an Oracle database.

    Technologies & Methodologies: J2EE, Ant, Tomcat, Struts, SAP java conector, Oracle, CVS

     

    SIGESTREDI (2001-2003)  (Indra Espacio)
    Customer:  Spain Defence Staff
    Objective: Satellite image and cartographic data archiving and processing system.
    Role: software engineer

    Defence project aimed to fulfil the need of an integrated, web based, powerful automated system to maintain a database of satellite products, intelligence reports and cartographic data and bring the user an online graphic processing tool to process the images and integrate them in standard reports, also stored in the database, as noted before. All the project was developed under the J2EE paradigm.
     

     

    In this project as the lead developer I attended all the technical meetings with the customer,
    to understand their needs, clarificate obscure parts of the requisites and all kinds of technical negotiations.

    As software developer, I designed the database schema, this schema was issued to one of the subcontractors in order to implement and deploy, I was at charge of the architectural and design documents of the catalogue system (from the client applet to the several EJBs and servlets that performed the business  logic in the server side and its communication with the database server) these components could be deployed in different servers, improving the performance of the system, I also collaborated in the design of the image treatment   application due to my previous experience.
     

    At that time Java, not to say J2EE was starting to enter the professional market and the expertise in the firm was inexistent, so a colleage and me were at charge of the initial design, later I was at charge of coding all the client, a Java Swing Applet that communicated with the EJBs to get the map tiles, it also had minor image manipulation capabilities (mostly to fix the geometry of the satellite images) and product (satellite images) insertion in the database

     

    As a second function administered all the development server infrastructure, including the TCP/IP subnetwork they were located in, the perimeter firewall ( a FreeBSD machine with the only function of serving as firewall), the intrusion detection software (ISS software) , security software such as Tripwire, SAINT and Nessus among other more casual tools, backup software (Veritas Netbackup). (A this was a defence project the security requisites were quite strong and we were forced to have an isolated IT environment).
    The project servers had Solaris 2.8 installed and migration to 2.9 was planned to be done in 2004, there was three servers and the platform was designed to be vastly improved by adding more servers and software licenses. One of the servers run apache as web server and if more that one server was present at the following layer it would act as load balancing proxy, the next layer was another server running Bea weblogic application server, this server had all the logic deployed in it, mainly Java J2EE components but also run some C++ code needed to perform processor and memory intensive tasks, finally, the last server run Oracle 8i (migration to 9i was scheduled also to occur in 2004). The use of ciphered communications between the serves using IPsec and SSL was being studied at the moment.

    Technologies & Methodologies: J2EE, Ant, Swing Applets, C++, CVS, Weblogic, Oracle, Apache web server, Solaris, FreeBSD.

     

    GMU (2003) (Indra Espacio)

    Customer:  Madrid Urbanism Council.
    Objective: City high quality image and cartography web server.
    Role: software engineer.

     

    I wasn’t really assigned to this project but due to my experience and knowledge on TCP/IP networks and UNIX systems I gave remote and in occasions in site support to our engineers working at the client offices.

    I gave support on network, firewall and system issues.

     

    Technologies & Methodologies: Solaris, network administration support.

     

    SMOG (2001-2002) (Indra Espacio)

    Customer:  ESA

    Objective:  Offer, prototype

    Role: software engineer.

     

            I collaborated in the technical offer in the part regarding operative systems and COTS, my collaboration was not very important as the systems was more focused to other areas (antennas, data ingestion….)

            Later as a propotype phase was entered I collaborated in the part regarding operative systems, COTS, and lately, as the project was evolving, in the design of a catalogue client and server services.

           

     

    AMACA (2003) (Indra Espacio)

    Customer:  ESA

    Objective:  Offer

    Role: software engineer.

     

    I collaborated in the technical offer in the part related to system infrastructure, subnetwork topology, COTS, components to develop and technology to use.

    We proposed two clustered linux boxes, Oracle 9i (as asked In the requirements, I thought that MySQL was quite fine but at the time almost all the customers wanted Oracle) and J2EE as the paradigm under to code.

    The technical offer was first, with a 92 score, but the commercial offer seemed to be far from the competitors and so we got second place combining both scores.

     

    ATIC (formerly JCETIM) (2001-2002)
    Customer: RA-MA Publishers
    Role: Designer and developer

    Following the CETIM project (explained below)  , a new, redesigned version of the software accompanies the book “Imágenes Digitales, procesamiento práctico con JAVA” (Digital images, practical processing with JAVA) that presents a brief description and getting started guide about the digital imaging world.
    The Software was redesigned to follow the chapters included in the book and present a user a useful tool to test the concepts obtained from the text.
    All the code was written form scratch in Java, using JAI libraries.

     

    ISBN  84-7897-563-2

    RA-MA   (2003)

     

     

    E-Commerce Website (2000) (LUGA)
    Customer: Self developed Project
    Objective: internet e-commerce and administration application
    Role: software engineer

    Completely developed from scratch, among the several tasks that the system carried were keeping the customers data, their orders, a first stage of a customer retain program and, warehouse. The system can generate all kind of statistical data, as all the movements were stored in a MySQL based database. Although a first prototype was developed as a CGI based application coded in C++, the final version was coded in PHP and JavaScript over a FreeBSD box with MySQL Database and Apache 1.3 Web Server.

     

    CETIM (2000) (University Department collaboration)
    Customer: Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Objective: employ digital image applications in medical diagnostic
    Role: Designer and developer

    University sponsored project oriented to instruct doctors & medical staff in the use and processing  of digital image obtained from medical instruments to obtain more accurate patient diagnostics. The project employs an image treatment application currently coded in C++for Windows only due to some graphical libraries used.


    PRIMOV (2000)
    Customer: I+D project
    Objective: transportable Image processing system
    Role: software engineer (in practices)

    I+D Indra Espacio project oriented to defence use. Transportable equipment for acquisition and treatment of satellite imaging data. Developer of C++ code to deal with Oracle database and low level libraries to read and pre-process data obtained from several MNT sources.

     

     

    OTHER DATA OF INTEREST

     

    Attended courses

    Securing Digital Democracy  (University of Michigan online course Coursera)

    Interactive Programming with python (Coursera)

    SIP and SIP advanced

    Effective Communication

    ILOG JViews development course

    Solaris 8 Advanced Administration

    Solaris 9 Security Administration
     

    Teached courses

    Communicator at the first FreeBSD open forum in Madrid in April 2002.

    Several internal courses at Ericsson (Eclipse, Java related...).

     

    Publications

    “Imágenes Digitales, procesamiento práctico con JAVA”
    (Digital images, practical processing with JAVA)

    ISBN  84-7897-563-2                 RA-MA   (2003)

     

    KNOWLEDGE SUMMARY

    Design and programming skills

     

    Java

    J2EE

    Different Java frameworks such as Struts, Hibernate...

    C++

    Basic Android programming

    Python

    UML

    SQL

    PHP

    JavaScript

    AJAX

    Basic Perl

    CGI

    Pascal (not used since the Univesity)

    Broad knowledge on database programming.

     

    Systems and networks

    Solaris advanced administration and security

    FreeBSD advanced administration and security

    Linux advanced administration and security

    TCP/IP network deployment, administration, design and security

    Oracle

    Apache

    MySQL

    Tomcat

    Bea Weblogic

    OpenEJB

    Jboss

    Other

    GIS experience


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