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  A highly experienced trainer, software project manager, systems analyst, and team leader.

•  15 years of IT teaching/training activity in industry.
•  30 years of academic teaching and applied research activity in Computer Science and IT.
•  Solid business experience based on senior management positions in industry and the establishment of a successful information technology consulting practice.
•  Multiple roles played in software projects: project manager, mentor, systems analyst, software analyst, software architect, database designer, and senior programmer.
•  Excellent management skills. Manager of several important projects.
•  Experienced problem solver, proficient in project planning, risks management, and budgeting.
•  Highly skilled systems & software analyst, and software architect & designer.
•  Proficient in requirements gathering and analysis.
•  Extensively experienced and trained Object Oriented Analysis & Design and Modern Structured Analysis & Design methods.
•  Extensive knowledge and experience in business/software modeling with UML.
•  Extensive knowledge and working experience with CASE tools (Rational Suite, System Architect).
•  Familiar with technologies of system distribution (J2EE, CORBA, .NET).
•  Excellent skills in several programming languages (Java, C++, Visual Basic, C, Pascal, FORTRAN, Lisp).
•  Important experience with Web programming languages (JavaScript, VBScript, ASP, JSP, servlet, HTML, XML) and Web service standards (SOAP, WDSL, UDDI).
• Theoretical background and very good hands-on working experience in database management systems: Oracle, SQL Server, and MS Access.
•  Expertise in e-health and IS for clinical trials.
•  Excellent communication skills.
•  Skilled writer with publishing experience and broad-based contacts in the computer industry.

 
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