My interests are based on everything that is IT. I also attended specific courses and obtained the title of "Senior Technician of information systems." I am finishing the college course in engineering IT. I know English, German, Spanish and Italian (native language). I have ability to work in teams, interact with people, I am able to occupy positions where communication is important. I am able to use problem solving techniques, make decisions and manage, organize and carry out projects.
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Sandy P. Agency Contractor
Good communication skill and hardwork makes my job perfect, I have a good technical and non technical skill and experience, for the past 6 years i was working on the following categories Programming-C,C++ MySQL,VB.net, PLC and SCADA Back office- SEO,SMM,Internet marketing,Data Entry Technical support- CCNA, Industrial Automation,Instrumentation, Electrical & Electronics
I am an expert data entry professional with great research skills and with experience in project management, team leading, training and teaching computer science. I've also worked as a part a time translator,translating various document from English into Croatian and vice versa.
Highly motivated professional with working experience in Networking and IT Information Security Solutions evolving from technical engineer to customer oriented positions as presales and solution architect, at big companies (> 500) in Romania (Accenture, Star Storage, Teamnet WPS). Result-oriented individual strongly focused on costumers, trying to offer the best solution based on their needs, capable of implementing complex projects under time pressure, while securing full commitment from key stakeholders.
Gopinath G. Agency Contractor
My name is Alexis and I am currently based in Cyprus. I have recently completed a PhD degree in the field of Information Technology at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. My area of specialisation is Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). The PhD thesis investigated the usability and user experience of security and privacy designs and features for on-line social networks. My Master degree was also in the area of HCI. The dissertation investigated the impact of a culture dimension in the design of websites, with specific attention to the design of the South African e-Government portal. For my undergraduate degree I completed a range of subjects, primarily within the fields of networking, software development and databases. Additionally, I completed 5 usability courses at Aalto University in Espoo, Finland during the course of my PhD. I also held the position of a usability researcher in a project team while there. This was a practical course that included concept development and evaluation, concept validation sessions with users and the analysis of new products and services for a start-up Information Technology company in Finland. In total I have accumulated 5 years of research experience in the field of HCI. The outcome of this research is 7 published conference papers and 1 published journal article. I am fluent in both English and Greek and am a proficient communicator from my experiences of presenting at conferences and being a lecturer. I have a real passion for research and achieve the required objectives within the specified deadlines. In terms of lecturing, I am a CCNA certified instructor and have also lectured the subjects: Windows Server 2008, Project Management and Information Systems Management. My future plans involve furthering my academic experience and research, as well as gaining the relevant experience in industry, which I feel is critical. I am therefore looking for opportunities in the area of UI design and user experience so that I can apply my knowledge in real industry projects. This will allow me to gain more experience in the field from an industry perspective and thus start creating my own work portfolio. Usability and user experience is a practice that is hardly considered during the development life-cycle in the majority of software houses in Cyprus, making it difficult to gain the relevant experience. I am a self-motivated, goal-orientated, diligent individual, committed to achieving high standards of competence and professionalism in whatever I do. I believe that I have the abilities to successfully complete the job that I am hired to do. Other jobs that I am interested in applying for are in the categories Writing and Translation, Administrative Support, Sales and Marketing and Business Services.
I value intellectual honesty, equanimity and dispassionate discourse, diversity of perspective, creative collaboration, scientific inquiry, and a healthy, nuanced sense of humor. I value people, not organizations. I draw a lot of diagrams and carry a notebook and whiteboard wherever I go. Given a pot of coffee, or a few pints, and a lot of markers, I'll talk shop for hours. I recently took up juggling just so I can think faster. Incidentally, it's also fun. Some wordier information follows. Since entering networking in 2004, I've had the good fortune of being given unfettered access to a smorgasbord of technologies from numerous vendors in a wide variety of implementations. The gestalt of this practical experience is enhanced pattern recognition, which has proven invaluable when encountering new technologies and unfamiliar systems. I've also developed a fairly unhealthy relationship with the Internet, and for all her vexing inconsistencies and mind-boggling architectural flaws, I always run right back. BGP had me at "Open." I strive always to distill recursive complexity from seemingly inextricable intricacy, reducing special cases to degenerate ones (though, in the wild, an 80% solution is often quite good). I prefer primary research and the considered development of new processes and best practices to the repetitive application of existing ones, and this drives me to automate the tedious bits wherever possible. I'm always in search of new and interesting problems--and new methods with which to solve them. To that end, I spend a great deal of time writing code and studying mathematics, all the while finding new applications to ground the theory. If I stumble upon a particularly recalcitrant problem, I teach everyone I see about it until some vital insight reveals itself or I find someone to instead teach me.