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These specialists can conduct Google web research to provide insight into the latest Google search trends, find potential sponsors and donors for your event or charitable organization, or to research company and club logos, photos, graphs and other images using Google Image Search. Online researchers can also perform Google searches for articles and academic bibliographies, prepare a literature review to support your research proposal, or help you with an essay, thesis or dissertation by sourcing journals, books and other academic references using Google Scholar Search.
Google searching is the process of conducting web research using the Google search engine. On oDesk, the world’s largest online workplace, companies can hire internet research experts to conduct Google web searches on industry-related topics, such as products and services, distributors, competitors or potential markets. They can also help small businesses and professionals determine their website’s ranking in Google search engine result pages (SERPs) for various search terms.
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LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/jmdots Summary I've worked in technical administration, technical support, customer service or leadership roles for all but a few months of my adult life. In this time, I climbed the ranks of a highly-modern, lightning-paced, large-scale, multi-OS supercomputing environment in Area B of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) and became an avid user of all things open source. The place which was my professional home of over six years is known as the “Air Force Research Laboratory DoD Supercomputing Resource Center” or "AFRL DSRC" for short. The AFRL DSRC environment is home to the #19 supercomputer on the June 2011 Top500 Supercomputer List, a mammoth computer for which I received training: Cray Inc.'s "Raptor" XE6. I enjoy excelling in the IT industry by working smart by doing my research, building wisdom and having fun. Background 10GbE, Access, Alfresco Share, Amanda, Apple HW, Appro HPC, Audacity, bash, CentOS, Clonezilla, CUPS, Cray HPC, DD-WRT, Dell HW, DokuWiki, DRBD, eHealth, Excel, Fedora, Firefox, Gentoo, GIMP, git, Google Apps Domains, HP HW, High Performance Computing (HPC), HTML, InfiniBand, Inkscape, iptables, ITILv3, Kerberos, Kickstart, KVM, LibreOffice, Linux, MacOS, MediaWiki, MySQL, Nagios, Net-SNMP, NFS, Nmap, Nvidia GPGPU, OFED, OpenLDAP (w/TLS), OpenSSH, Oracle HW, Outlook, OTRS (with ITSM), Panasas (PanFS), PBS Pro, PhpLDAPAdmin, PhpMyAdmin, PKI, PowerPoint, Python, QEMU, RAID, regex, RHEL, Rocks Cluster, RootCA, RSA tokens, Samba, SAN (FC, iSCSI, SAS), Scientific Linux, SGI HPC, SharePoint, SiCortex HPC, SketchUp, SLES, SNMPv3, Solaris, Spectrum, Sun Freeware, Sun HW, SuperMicro HW, SUSE, SVG, svn, SystemEdge, TCP Wrappers, tomcat, Ubuntu (Desktop & LTS), vim, VirtualBox, Visio, Visual Basic, VMware, WebDAV, Windows (Desktop & Server), Word, Zenmap, ZFS, ZRM for MySQL
Developer of Java based applications (J2SE & J2EE) My long-term goal is to specialize on tools for development and architecture of Information Systems - like IS for hospitals, offices, company intranets and such. Over the past years I've worked on such systems. I really don't like creating simple web presentations, without any business logic inside. I prefer creating such product, where you can actually TALK with your customer and stay in contact. I believe that great products can be created only through tight cooperation with customer - through an agile, iterative development. Specialties J2SE, J2EE 5 (not so good in previous versions; preferring JBoss over other application servers), many Java frameworks (like log4j, hibernate, TestNG, Jasperreports, Spring and others), SQL (Oracle mostly), OSGi. Gained solid experience with Eclipse RCP. I touched (tried) things like Grails, Spring MVC, jQuery and many others, but I don't have rock solid experience in these...
Born and raised in the Netherlands, my Dutch is fluent and without an accent. In the B&M world I have more than 5 years working experience as a systems administrator in a call center environment. Additionally, I also have some experience as a call agent and administrative assistant. I will take on various assignments in the categories: Writing & Translation, and Administrative Support. So far, I have successfully completed tasks related to: Dutch-English translation, English-Dutch translation, proofreading, web research, creative writing and data entry. Some of my other personal traits: self-taught, conscientious, flexible, analytical.
I am able enough to work in any challenging environment especially where creativity is required much. I have very much expertise over Professional Tasks having 5+ Years of Experience as a "Senior Typesetting | Administrative Support Officer" in a Well-Reputed Organization. I also have very much expertise over All "Major Operating Systems" with having the Brilliant Skills of "Microsoft Office 2007-13 (with the solid grasp of VBA!)". PDF Creating, Editing, Modifying, Stamping etc. are all included in my daily tasks. I have formatted several religious Books/Booklets for Commercial Printing as well as for Online Publishing (e-Books)... In short, I am creative-minded and "Love Creativity"... Some of my Professional Skills at a Glance: 1. Microsoft Office 2000-2013 2. Sun Microsystems Open Office 3. Corel Word Perfect X6 4. Adobe Acrobat Family 5. Adobe LiveCycle Designer 6. Nuance OmniPage Professional 7. Express Scribe (for Transcription) 8. The Document Foundation Libre Office 9. Foxit Phantom Family 10. Corel Draw (little knowledge, only for some basic tasks) 11. XML 12. All Major Operating Systems 13. Windows PowerShell 14. VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) 15. VBS (Visual Basic for Scripting) 16. Windows Batch Programming 17. Metasploit Framework 18. Wireshark (Network Packet Analyzer) 19. Calibre (e-Book Management Software) 20. Ghostscript 21. Some ethical hacking capabilities 22. DocPrint Family of Software 23. FileZilla 24. PDF to ANY Conversion (& vice versa) 25. Static & Dynamic PDF form Creation 26. Some Advance OCR Processing 27. Right to Left Keyboard Layouts (for Word Processing etc.) 28. Unicode Conversion (to & from) 29. Inpage Urdu Professional 3 30. Typing Speed of 65wpm (for English language) 31. Typing Speed of 45wpm (for Arabic & Urdu languages) 32. Conversion of some Advanced File Types (EPS, EMF, CDR etc.) 33. Google Docs 34. Googling (with some Advanced Queries) 35. Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking (Audio to Text Conversion) 36. Data entering/mining/harvesting etc.
From the beginning of Internet Era, I always have been a passionate online user, letting my daily and work life be shaped by the opportunities came up with internet. I am a power computer user with moderate hardware and advanced software knowledge letting me do some freelance coding/designing business for some time. For being a considerable part of my life, I would be very glad if I might have the opportunity to contribute in online life with a job title you offer.