SCOTT ROY ATWOOD
P.O. Box 2829
Stanford, California 94309-2829
||Stanford University, Stanford, California. Master of Science,
Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction. Anticipated
conferral June 1998. GPA 3.16/4.0.
||Stanford University, Stanford, California. Bachelor of Science,
GPA 3.41/4.0, GPA in major 3.44/4.0.
|Residential Computer Coordinator,
Naranja House, Stanford University, Stanford, California.
Part of a 6 person staff in a 65 student undergraduate
dormitory. Manage the dorm computer cluster, educate
residents in all aspects of computing, consult with
students on computer related problems, and install and
maintain in-room Ethernet connections for Macs and PCs.
||Teaching Assistant, CS105, Stanford University, Stanford,
California. TA for an introductory computer science class
assignments, prepared for and taught a weekly section, and
counselled students in weekly office hours.
Sun Microsystems, Inc., Cupertino, California. Member of
the small team which built a Java-based World Wide
Web server. Responsible for the server-side imagemap module and
CGI compatibility module. Wrote the back-end for a demo
showcasing JDBC and Servlet technologies. Participated in first
round bug-fixing efforts after initial release.
||Systems Administrator, Research and Instructional Technologies
Support, Stanford University, Stanford, California. System
maintenance and support, and custom application development
for a heterogeneous network of MacOS 7.5, DEC Ultrix, SunOS 4.3,
Windows 95, MachTen, Solaris, and Linux.
||Software Intern, PSI Aktiengesellschaft für Prozeßsteuerungs-
und Informationssysteme, Berlin, Germany. Designed and
programmed a graphics module in Borland C++ for a Windows 3.1
based object-oriented inventory control system. Designed and
implemented a simplified formatted text output package.
Communicated exclusively in German.
||Microcomputer Consultant, Stanford University, Stanford,
California. Consult in primary campus computer cluster with 68
networked Power Macintoshes. Answer technical questions, install
and configure software, troubleshoot hardware, and serve as a
problem solving resource.
||Programming Intern, Genentech, Inc., South San Francisco, California.
Produced a World Wide Web site on a DEC Alpha for use as an
enterprise-wide information service. Designed pages in HTML,
converted existing resources to HTML, programmed CGI scripts in
Perl, programmed support scripts in C, Perl, and AppleScript,
coordinated information acquisition from other departments.
- Proficiency in MacOS, Unix, C, C++, Java, Perl, LISP,
- Experience with MS-DOS, Windows 95, MIPS Assembly, AppleScript.
- Proficiency in German.
||Eagle Scout, 1991.
- Sponsorship Coordinator, Ragtime Ball Committee, 1997
- Committe Member, Viennese Ball Committee, 1996, 1997, 1998
- Vintage Dance Ensemble member