John Carnes

1755 La Honda Rd #95,
Woodside, CA 94062
650.529.9410 Voice
650.851.9341 Fax

Seeking a full time position with a small internet development company as a
technical project leader or senior customer engineer.

Current Projects - Independent Consultant/Developer

+ Web development for the Bay Area Search and Rescue Council.
Pubilicly avaliable web pages. Members only pages with user registration,
event calendar, and team rosters. Online conference registration system.

+ MapTools
Design and production of several tools for locating geographic coordinates
on topographic maps. Popular web site with instructions and tools for
working with map coordinates. E-commerce sales of cartographic tools,
GPS units, etc. Author of "Using your GPS with the Universal Transverse
Mercator Map Coordinate System", published by MapTools.

+ Skylonda Mutual Water Company
Responsible for the installation of a state of the art water filtration
system, the related plant upgrades, regulatory requirements, and training
employee in operations and maintenance.
President of the Board of Directors.

+ Search & Rescue Instructor
Developed numerous instructional courses on various technical search and
rescue skills. I am a sought after instructor presenting classes and
seminars on both the state and national level. Instructor for the
California State Office of Emergency Services - Manageing the Search
Function class.

+ Board of Directors, Bay Area Mountain Rescue Unit

+ Board of Directors, Citizens Emergency Response and Preparadness Program
of Woodside & Portola Valley

Previous Experience

+ Contract system administration, trouble shooting, and applications
development for NeXT & Mac systems. [1993-1999]
Clients included:
Sun Microsystems, First Franklin Financial Services, Energy Transformation
Systems, Training Services, Until There's a Cure Foundation,
Lighthouse Design, California Rescue Dog Association.

+ Adobe Systems [1988-1993]
Senior Applications Development Engineer. Projects included:
TrueForm-Mac, Illustrator-NeXT, Acrobat-NeXT

+ Spectrum Digital Systems [1985-1988]
Company Founder, directed software development team for a new Macintosh
application titled "TrueForm." Additionally responsable for directing QA,
customer support. Developed business planning documents, secured first
round venture capital funding, and managed finiancial aspects of the
business. Spectrum grew tp a staff of 8 employees, and was sold to Adobe
systems in 1989.

+ University of Wisconsin [1984-1986]
Teaching Assistant, "Introduction to Pascal Programming"

+ Los Alamos National Laboratory, Computer Systems Group [1980-1985]
Staff Member, developed system to allocate computing resources, dispatch
batch jobs, and monitor preformance, of the Crays in the supercomputing
facility. Held DOE "Q" clearence.

+ New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology [1980-1984]
Unix System Administrator for Academic Computer Systems

Specific Technical Skill Keywords

HTML, perl, MySQL, Apache, UNIX, FreeBSD, linux, Macintosh, NeXT/OpenStep,
C/C++, Postscript


+ MSCS 1982, University of Wisconsin - Madison
+ BSCS 1980, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology