Banner Frame in New Frameset

Craig I. Hagan
63 Stowecroft Rd
Arlington, MA 02174
(781) 648-6884


Main Frame in New Frameset

Education: University of Massachusetts at Amherst, B.S. Computer Science.


Administrative: OSF/1, Solaris, Linux, SunOS, Windows NT, Ultrix, HPUX, IRIX, AIX, SCO, Mach, UnixWare, DYNIX, OSF/DCE, DFS, NFS including AMD (Berkeley Automounter), NIS/YP, TIS fwtk,www (scripting and administration),Kerberos V4, DNS, INN, DHCP, NT RAS,Sendmail v8, cisco routers
Programming: C, C++, MFC, Unix shell scripting, Perl, php, Tcl/Tk, SunRPC


9/97 - Present InUnity Corporation


Designed, deployed, and implemented a web based SEC document processing application which allows for the distribution of mutual fund prospecti over the World Wide Web. This sytem is currently in use by E*Trade for presenting prospecti to customers.

2/97 - 7/97 Wildfire Communications, Inc


Responsible for upgrading LAN from flat to switched and routed topology, characterizing and deploying production business systems on NT server platforms.

3/97 - Present Cambridge Computing Services


Responsible for deployment and management of Internet network

2/97 - Present Cardinal Systems

Principal Contractor

Responsible for providing consulting services to clients and maintaining local network infrastructure.

7/96 - 1/97 Borland International (Open Environment)


Responsible for maintenance of a large (300+ node) multi-site heterogeneous network consisting of unix, windows, windows NT, and macintosh clients. Facilitate connecting the above with a new parent company's network.

4/96 - 7/96 Addison-Wesley Longman


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10/95 - 4/96 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation


9/94 - 8/95 Open Environment Corporation

Systems Engineer

Development and deployment of a heterogeneous distributed computing environment to host both production development, corporate applications, and customer education. Administration of this environment (100+ node mixed network of UNIX, Windows 3.11, Windows 95,Windows NT, and Macintosh machines. Migration of the above environment to be based upon DCE/DFS.

9/93 - 9/94 Research Computing Facility, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Associate Software Specialist Systems administration and support for a large (800+ node) heterogeneous unix (multi-vendor), PC, and macintosh network. Migration of file and existing information services to the alpha platform. Introduction of WWW and SLIP/PPP services. Created a fault resilient information services environment to better handle hardware failures during the migration.

6/93 - 9/93 Research Computing Facility, University of Massachusetts at Amherst


System Administration for a large (800+ node network) involving request processing, inventory tracking, software installation, maintenance, and feasibility studies.

1/93 - 9/93 Visions Research Lab, University of Massachusetts at Amherst


Interests: Sailing, windsurfing, hiking, volleyball, cooking, Linux.