Technologies I’ve worked with…

This is a list of the majority of the technologies I’ve worked with personally and some of the qualifications I’ve obtained.

Someone once said that I really should keep a running list of technologies I’ve worked with for my resume. Most of these I have spent a reasonable amount of time on in my life though some less than others. I’m not a COBOL programmer but I have programmed in COBOL.

Despite how Microsoft heavy this looks, I would call myself a Linux/Unix tech first. Just seems that I’m pulled towards obscure problems where ever they may be found and with the majority of systems running Microsoft that seems to be where the action is a large part of the time.

I’m going to start actually linking to things on this page so apologies if one day said links are broken. Now without further ado and in no particular order:

  • Amavis
  • Apache 1.3, 2; Clustering, Load Balancing, High Traffic, Reverse Proxies
  • Apple Mac OSX10.4, OSX10.5 including Server and Apple hardware
  • Bash Scripting; sed, awk et al
  • C, C++ in Unix
  • C#
  • Citrix Presentation Server
  • Citrix XenSource
  • Cisco Routers and other devices.
  • Desktop class hardware
  • DNS & DHCP under Unix, Windows, Mac and misc devices
  • eAccelerator
  • E-mail routing and MTAs, Groupwise, Exchange, Exim, Postfix, Sendmail, Qmail
  • Google Adwords, Adsense, Analytics and Mail
  • GFIMail Archiver
  • Internet Relay Chat (Servers/Clients)
  • iPhone deployment and control
  • iSCSI targets and initiators
  • Jabber, XMMP and transports, eg Py(MSN/ICQ)t and IRC.
  • Linux most modern and archaic distros
  • Linux high availability
  • Linux kernel compiles
  • Linux advanced networking
  • Mysql, with NDB clustering
  • Microsoft Active Directory and Group Policies
  • Microsoft Windows 3.11, 95, 98, ME, NT4.0, 2k, CE, XP, Media Center and Vista
  • Microsoft Windows Server NT4.0, 2000, 2003, Home Server
  • Microsoft Windows Mobile Devices
  • Microsoft Exchange 2k3 with extensive HTTP-RPC experience
  • Microsoft Sharepoint 2003 2005, inc limited programming & customisation
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005
  • Microsoft Access 97 ->
  • Microsoft Outlook 97 to 2007 , admin and coding macro’s
  • Microsoft Word 97 -> 2007
  • Microsoft Office 2008 (Mac)
  • Microsoft VBA including database access
  • Microsoft Terminal Services
  • Microsoft Data Sources, ADO etc
  • Novell Netware 4.11, 5, 6, 6.5
  • Novell Groupwise 5.5, 6.5
  • Novell eDirectory
  • Novell Zenworks
  • Novell Clusters
  • OpenSolaris
  • Parallels Desktop
  • PostgreSQL
  • PABXSoft and other miscellaneous PABX Phone <-> Computer software
  • PHP
  • Remote working and Telecommuting; Primarily using SSH, RDP, VNC, VPN and Citrix
  • TV operation software (eg large screen outdoor TVs in places such as shopping centres)
  • UML (User Mode Linux)
  • Unix: BSD, Sco, Solaris, OS X…..
  • Virtualisation in general
  • VMware ESX, Infrastructure, DRS, HA and Workstation
  • Vranger Backup
  • WordPress
  • Spamassassin
  • Server class hardware, blades, SANs etc
  • Squid inc advanced proxy to proxy, reverse proxy for RPC-HTTP and delay pools.
  • SCO Unixware
  • Xen (Open Source)
  • Zarafa
  • Zend
  • Zimbra

Microsoft Certified Professional
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