A technical architect is responsible for supervising and integrating different IT assignments that improve the business of a company. The job involves technical and business skills like good liaison and communication with clients and developers; updated knowledge of technicalities, legalities and quality standards; and good ability to analyze, anticipate and solve problems. Meeting deadlines and working under pressure is a regular part of the job. Technical qualifications include a degree in computer science, computer engineering, business information systems, software development and related fields. Ample opportunities can be found in the expanding IT sector. Technical and managerial experience is highly valued.
To obtain a position as a technical architect and willing to grow vertically in the Telecommunication and Financial domain sector.
University of Texas, Dallas, TX
MS in Electrical Engineer
University of Texas, Austin, TX
BS in Electronics and Communications Engineering
IBM RISC 6000, HP-9000/87, Sun Netra T1 servers, SunSparc 20, HP-UX Version E, Pentium/486 PCs, IBM AIX Version 4, IPAQ 5555 PDA, Linux, Solaris 8 operating environment, Windows Systems NT 4.0, SCO UNIX
Version 1.4 of Java 2 platform, J2EE 1.4, Struts Framework 1.2, Spring framework 1.2.5, JMS, XML, SOAP, Rational Rose, Maven, Ant, Clearcase, Web Services, Jakarta-Tomcat 4.0.1, Subversion control, Informix 4gl Version 7.20.UD2, HTML, AWK, C, Tibco Rendezvous 7.2, Shell scripting, Esql/C, Visual Basic 5.0, Smalltalk, SQL
Informix-Online Version 7.30.UC3, Oracle 8.1.5, Timesten In-memory database, Sybase 5.0.
Polonez Parcel Service, Austin, TX - Technical Architect - 04/2006 - Present
JAXP 1.2, Java1.4, Struts 1.2, Weblogic 8.1, JMS 1.1, JAXB 1.0, ant 1.6, Eclipse 3.0, PVCS.
Sarnoff Corporation, Dallas, TX - Project Lead/Technical Architect - 09/2004 - 03/2006
JBOSS 4.0, Java1.4, Timesten 5.2, EJB 2.0, ant 1.6, Sybase 12.0.