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Larry Wilson

302 Paul Revere

Houston, TX 77024

(512) 632-2434
Larry@AdvancedRevelation.com

http://AdvancedRevelation.com

 

EXPERIENCE

 

TARDIS Systems, Inc., Denver, CO.  PROGRAMMER/ANALYST/OWNER.

1981 to 2000

Worked on custom programming for companies using PICK, ‘C’ and Revelation and provided training to customers in NOVELL networking, Revelation, WordPerfect, MS Word, MS Excell, MS Access, Windows NT and SQL Server 7.0.  Assisted in development of a ‘C’ library for text processing.  Wrote the Amniocentesis and In-Vitro patient management/billing systems for two IVF and prenatal service (Amniocentesis and CVS) companies in AREV.  Recently complete a 6 year AREV development project - the RH-2000 (formerly the PT-1000) for TSI.  This system is a facility management, patient management and billing package for rehabilitation practices that is one of 13 recommended by the American Physical Therapy Association.  Recently divested the company.

 

Spectrum Human Resources, Denver, CO.  PROGRAMMER/INSTALLATION MANAGER - CONTRACT

July 1985 to Jan 1986

Contracted as head programmer doing development in, and refinement of, the underlying Revelation database for the HR-1000 Human Resources package.  Developed history tracking routines, security routines and printer routines.  Took over as installation manager at Kodak, Inc., in Rochester, N.Y., for a 700 PC distributed database that back-ended into DB2-based mainframes. 

 

Quinoco Incorporated,  Denver, CO. PROGRAMMER/ANALYST – CONTRACT

Dec 1981 to June 1982.

Worked on conversion of Excalibur Oil and Gas package from Ultimate Pick to Prime Information and Escape on a PRIME 9950.  Wrote new modules and rewrote parts of old modules of A/R, G/L and JIB.  Rewrote all menus and some procs in ESCAPE.

 

Aurotech of Colorado, Denver, CO.  PROGRAMMER/ANALYST; PROJECT MANAGER.

Feb 1980 to June 1981.

Worked with Microdata, Honeywell Ultimate DPS-6, Prime 2250, 750, 950, DEC Ultimate.  Maintenance of existing software and designer and writer of significant portions and options of THE WHOLESALER, a vertical package marketed to 5M and up companies.  Installed THE WHOLESALER at companies such as Tele-Communications Inc. and M.L. Foss.  Maintenance and debugging of two other vertical packages.  Project Manager for two projects with overall design and personnel responsibilities.

 

University of Denver – Denver, CO.  STUDENT

Dec 1978 to Jan 1980

 

Stop and Go Printing (now Signal Graphics), Denver, CO.  GENERAL MANAGER.

May 1978 to Dec 1978.

General manager with all quality control, personnel and profit responsibilities.  Supervised staff in two locations.


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McGraw-Hill/Multi-List, Denver, CO.

National Manager of Quality Control and Technical Services

Production Manager/ Denver Plant

Capital Equipment Buyer

Camera Department Manager

Dec 1976 to April 1978

Started in the camera department and became plant manager within one year.  Responsible for all aspects of a 250 person plant, and for the delivery of 33,000 books per week to 35 real estate boards.  Sole responsibility for researching and purchasing a new $250,000 bindery for McGraw-Hill/Multi-List in Jan 1978.  National positions responsible for 5 plants from West Virginia to California.

 

Denver Public Schools, Denver, CO.   TEACHER.

Sept 1976 to Dec 1976

Taught grades K-6 in various DPS schools.

 

The Denver Post Newspaper, Denver, CO.  Weekly Columnist.

July 1976 to July 1977

Wrote a weekly column for the Roundup section entitled ‘The Art of Walking’.  The column was concerned with the equipment, techniques and issues surrounding backpacking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and orienteering.

 

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, Houston, TX  Student

1973-1976

Degree in Elementary Education

 

Globe Stores, a division of Walgreen’s Inc., Houston, TX.  Department Manager; Commercial Manager

Sept 1972 to Sept 1973

Managed Camera and Electronics department in the largest store of the national chain.  Responsibilities included budget, profit, inventory and 10 personnel.  Also started and managed Globe’s first commercial bidding office where Globe bid for local, state and federal contracts covering all inventory carried by Globe Stores.

 

EDUCATION

 

B.Sc. Elementary Education, University of Houston.  Minor in Child Psychology.  Graduated with a 3.6 average. 1973 to 1976

Electronics, U.S. Navy.   FASTRACK courses in basic and advanced electronics in Millington, TN, and Mountain View, CA.  Apr 1969 to Jun 1969

Two 2-day advanced management workshops at the Mountain States Employers Council.  Feb 1978.

 

OPERATING SYSTEMS: PICK, Prime Information, UNIX (System V.3), Novell, Windows 95/98/NT

 

LANGUAGES:  PICK Basic, Prime Info/Basic, REVELATION/Advanced Revelation, Assembler, MS C 5.2, MS VBA, MS Access2000, MS Visual Basic 6.0, MS Visual J++ 1.1, JavaScript, MS VBScript, MS ActiveX, MS Scriptlets, HTML, DHTML, CGI, Perl, MS SQL Server 7.0.

 

Software:  PageMaker 6.0, WordPerfect, MS Word95/97/2000, MS Excel 95/97/2000, MS Office 95/97/2000, LOTUS 123, Novell API.

 

LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION AND REFERENCES UPON REQUEST