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#1 darkymra

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Posted 24 May 2002 - 01:17 PM

ape kate kalo kite kongsi ayat yg power ke, ayat tak power sangat ke masa kita anto surat nak apply keje... manela tau kot˛ kalo org baca ayat tu die berminat dengan application kite... tapi bukan ayat jampi˛ laaaa... cth yg aku biasa dengar :

++ able to work under all condition (makne lebih kurang : boleh bekerja di dalam apa jua keadaan)

ada ayat˛ lain yg best yg boleh dikongsi?

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Posted 24 May 2002 - 05:58 PM

Erkk..bukan ker dlm resume tu dia selalunya tgk kita nyer pencapaian dan pengalaman..tak tau la plak nak guna ayat power2 ni..hehe biggrin.gif

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Posted 24 May 2002 - 06:15 PM

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++ able to work under all condition (makne lebih kurang : boleh bekerja di dalam apa jua keadaan)
Ish betul ke all condition? Ayat yang lebih baik rasanya
Fast to adapt to new environment kot.. all condition to maksudnya tu luas sangat.."ALL" tu too strong.

Betul kata tena yang penting cara describe pengalaman kerja supaya orang yang membaca tu mudah faham apa yang pernah kita buat. Describe dengan jelas.

Resume saya pecah pengalaman saya kepada SKILLS dan WORK EXPERIENCE

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SKILLS
Operating Systems

HPUX 9.x/10.x, Solaris 2.5 and 2.6 , Linux 2.0.33 ,AIX 4.3.3, Windows 95/98  and  MSDOS 6.0.
Software and programs  included NFS,NIS/YP,telnet,TFTP,tcpdump,snoop,printer management , Apache Webserver , backup and recovery  etc.

Network Management  and Security System Software
Nokia NMS 1000 H2.4/H3.0/H3.2 , Nortel EC-1 Element Controller, ESRI GIS, HP RFTS (Remote Fibre Test Systems),HP Open View, Nortel PP NMS, Cisco Works 2000, CWSI, Traffic Director, Cisco Netranger (Intrusion Detection System), Netsaint ,  Big Brother and  MRTG (Multi Router Traffic Grapher).

Hardware
Configure and troubleshoot Cisco 2500,4000 and 7000 Series.
Configure and troubleshoot Cisco Catalyst 2900 and 6509.
Install and configure Cisco Local Director and Cache Engine.
Install and maintain HP server G50/K220,  workstation HP 7000 Series and  X terminal
Install , configure and troubleshoot Nokia  DB2/DM2  MUX and Nokia DX200 Exchange
Install and configure Nortel Baystack 450-24T and Nortel Passport 8010
User for Nortel STM-1 TN1-X and TN1-C
Troubleshoot  network using Network General Sniffer

Protocols
TCP/IP, SNA, X.25, Frame Relay, FTAM ,Ethernet, PPP, STM-1, SDH  

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

August  1996- Jun 1999 Sapura Nokia Telecommunications  Network Management System Engineer  

Perform duties as an NMS engineer  in a fixed network telecommunications industry  to commission , support and maintain Nokia NMS 1000 solution  to Telekom Malaysia.
Installing HPUX operating systems, servers, workstation, X-terminal, printers, vendor software packages, system customization of  Nokia NMS 1000.
Successful implementation of Y2K Upgrade  of  database server, communication server  and application servers within 24hours which involves reinstallation of HPUX 10.2 ,Nokia software, Oracle 7 and other third party software.
Planning and conducting training and acceptance test to customers.  
Involve in integration of Nokia DX200 with Comptel Billing system using FTAM.
Used to dealing with Hewlett Packard Customer Services, Nokia Network Management System Support using phone, fax or emails when helps are  needed.
Built a X.25 wide area network which covered all Nokia DX200 switches in Johor, Melaka Negeri Sembilan , Kuala Lumpur and Sabah.
Project  leader of Nokia  NMS1000 H3.2 Y2K upgrade for Telekom Malaysia.  

June 1999- June 2000     Fibrecomm Network Sdn Bhd  Network Analyst
Perform duties as Network Analyst for a network service provider which primary business deals with fibre optic over powerline  infrastructures, bandwidth services such as frame relay and SDH.
Oversee/perform the daily routine as a system administrator in  monitoring  more than 50 network elements consists of Nortel Passport , HP RTU (Remote Test Unit) ,SDH  and fibre optic which spread all over Peninsular Malaysia using Network Management System applications such as HP OpenView, Nortel PP Manager and Esri GIS.
Involved in setting up the NMC (Network Management Centre), the processes and standard operating procedures (SOP) and finally implements the fault handling management  and job escalation for the network and the customer.
Built  a web based  intranet system which include network  monitoring system , calendar , bulletin , trouble ticketing and various automated programs to  increase efficiency of our Network Management Centre. The system was built on Linux and support  remote dial-up over PPP for our standby staffs.
Provide monthly and quarterly network performance analysis for our fibre optic cable service and bandwidth.
Handle  on line support through telephones  for customers such as Celcom and MIMOS.

June 2000- present  IBM (M) Sdn Bhd- Network Specialist  Involved in IBM networking projects such as Time.net (ISP), 1800assist.com (networking host for MOL.com), Dataran Maybank Relocation Project and 1stSilicon Project.  
Dataran Maybank Project: A 3 x 20 floors building multilayer switched network project.Install ,configure and trouble shoot Nortel Baystack 24-T switches and Nortel Passport 8010.
Medical Online Project : Setup a nationwide wide area network & multilayerswitched network for the Medical Online in hospitals and health clinics in Kajang,Seremban and KL.Configure the integration of HP OPenview  and CiscoWorks 2000.Install , configure and provide support for Cisco Network Management Systemproducts which are Cisco Works 2000  , Traffic Director and CWSI and RWAN bundle.  
1800Assist.com : Install and configure Cisco Netranger Sensor and Netranger Director for Cisco Netranger Intrusion Detection System.Time.net ISP: Provide technical support for the CiscoWorks2000.
1stSilicon Factory, Kuching : Install , configure and provide support for CiscoNetwork Management System products which is Cisco Works 2000  , Traffic Directorand CWSI  
Provide technical support for IBM networking products for customers such as Bank Simpanan Nasional, Jaya Jusco and others.


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Posted 30 May 2002 - 03:58 AM

uikss.... kalo camnilaa resume saya kan best! biggrin.gif panjang berjela skills and experiences... sure employer rasa best jek nak amik kite bekerja... smile.gif2

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Posted 06 June 2002 - 03:58 PM

pehhh
gila tak gila lar resume brader rizal
mmg gempak......

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Posted 12 June 2002 - 10:33 AM

nie resume ko ker rizal..fuhhh handalll aaaaa......................

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Posted 12 June 2002 - 11:34 AM

Aisehman macam menayang resume pulak yek..taklah power mana tapi yang penting resume mesti gempak smile.gif

Saya dulu resume simple jek..tapi fikir2 tak reflects kerja yang saya buat. At the same time, saya terbaca dari buku Unix Hints and Hacks dia ada bagi contoh dan tips buat resume untuk UNIX System Admin. Saya ambil contoh dia..alter sikit sebab saya bukan totally buat UNIX system admin..memang panjang tapi very descriptive..mudah bagi employer faham apa yang pernah anda buat.
Tapi kalau goreng panjang..kenalah faham apa yang kita tulis ..kang kena tanya balik..tak dapat jawab memang sah fail interview.

Kalau nak baca buku tu ..register online kat www.informit.com. Cari buku Unix Hints and Hacks chapter 10 System Administration :The Occupation. Tgk bab Preparing an Administrator Resume.

Kalau free nanti saya cerita pengalaman interview.

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Posted 12 June 2002 - 11:43 AM

Saya pastekan content resume buku atas tu..
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10.4.3 Creating a Good UNIX Résumé
The only thing a good résumé has to have, is all the information the potential employer wants to see and read. Again, I can't stress enough, buzzwords. Good résumés with the right buzzwords will jump right out at the person reading the résumé.

Contact information: Begin the résumé with your contact information and how to reach you. The position on the page is always at the top and can be left, center, or right justified. Any location across the top is okay. The content of the contact information should provide the best ways to get a hold of you.

If you choose to put a post office box number in for your address, some people may think that you have something to hide. Phone numbers, pager numbers, and email addresses are good resources that let a potential employer contact you to set up an interview in a hurry, if needed. You can set up a personal Web page on the Internet with photos or a portfolio of the places you have worked and the work you have done. This can be a plus and an icebreaker in an interview if the interviewer has looked at your Web site to find out more about you:

John A. Doe
12345 Los Angeles, CA 90228
Phone: (213) 555-2345
Pager: (888) 555-7694
Email: john@ugu.com
WWW: http://www.ugu.com/john

OBJECTIVES—Your objective statement expresses your career goals and what you are looking for in a position. Some interviewers believe this is a meaningless statement and that the candidate's only reason for putting the objective on their résumé is to convey information that the interviewer wants to hear about them:

"Use my knowledge, experience, and professionalism to perform all functioning aspects of a UNIX system administrator in a multiplatform environment."

This is one example of a possible UNIX administrator's objective statement. You can also use this statement as a means of sneaking in a couple of buzzwords into your résumé:

"Use my knowledge of network protocols, experience building SGI Servers, and professionalism in customer support to perform all functioning aspects of a SGI UNIX system administrator in a heterogeneous environment."

If you are applying for a position that is out of state, you have to convey to the company that you are serious about working in the state in which the position is available. Because some companies pay for all moving expenses, they will be looking to see that you are serious about moving. If you have it in your résumé, they will take you more seriously:

"Return home to Florida where I can use my knowledge, experience, and professionalism to perform all functioning aspects of a UNIX system administrator in a multiplatform environment."

SYSTEMS—Include a list of any and all systems you have used and administered. The larger the list the better the chances of an interview. After you are in the interview, you can go into detail about your experience with each system:

"Apple, Auspex, SGI Indy/Indigo/Idigo2/Onyx, Sun Sparc IPC/2/5/10/20/Ultras/Enterprise 3000/4000, HP9000 K-series, Motorola, IBM Risc 6000, PC Compatibles, IBM VM3090."

You can break it up into two sections systems you have administered and systems you have used. Being open and up front about your experience will show that you are not attempting to mislead anyone.

"Proficient User: Apple, PC windows 95/98/NT and Compatibles, IBM VM3090.

Directly Administered: Auspex, SGI Indy/Indigo/Idigo2/Onyx, Sun Sparc IPC/2/5/10/20/Ultras/Enterprise 3000/4000, HP9000 K-series, Motorola, IBM Risc 6000."

OPERATING SYSTEMS—You should list all the operating systems that you work in fluently and comfortably. List the version numbers that you have worked on. The version numbers are popular buzzwords when a query is performed in a résumé database. This list should coincide with the list of systems you are providing on your résumé.

"HP-UX 9.x/10.x, Irix 4.0/5.3/6.3/6.4/6.5, MacOS 7.x, MS-DOS 6.0, NT 4.0, SunOS 3.5/4.1.4, Solaris 1.1/2.5/2.6/2.7, AIX 3.1.5/3.2.2., Linux 2.0.33."

SOFTWARE—This is an important list and the one that will be looked at the most closely. Put anything and everything you have worked on into this list. The list will include a large number of buzzwords that will help in the database query searches. Be sure to break each up into its own category: Security, Backup, Admin Tools, Graphics, Miscellaneous, License Management, Networking, WWW Servers, and Clients.

"Security: COPS, Crack, Gabriel, Kerberos, SATAN, TCP/Wrappers, Tiger, Tripwire.

Backup: Quick-Restore, Legato Networker, OmniBack Flashback, dump, bru, tar, cpio.

Admin Tools: Smit, Sam, vmstat, osview, perfmon, powermon, top, sysinfo.

Graphics: Alias Studio Paint & Power Animator, Amazon, MultiGen, SoftImage.

Miscellaneous: xkfs, xkshare, xkspool, caps, resumix, ClearCase, Impresario.

License Management: Netls, Flexlm.

Networking: bootp, etherman, ftp, DNS, IDA Sendmail, traceroute, ifconfig, HTTP, interman, netstat, NFS, NIS/YP, NNTP, Telnet, TFTP.

WWW Servers: Apache, CERN, NCSA, Netscape Commerce.

WWW Clients: Arena, Chimera, Emacs, Explorer, lynx, Mosaic, Netscape."

DEVICES—List any and all peripheral devices that you have worked with. Many of the devices are prevalent in many companies. If they see that you already have experience working with these devices, this will work in your favor. They may ask you about the brands and personal experiences you have had with certain devices that they are about to purchase or already have.

"CD-ROM drives, concentrators, 8mm/DAT/DLT tape drives and libraries and jukebox subsystems, graphics tablets, hublets, magneto optical jukeboxes, modems, raid storage arrays, routers, server switches."

EDUCATION—Many candidates include only their college education. They never include any vendor courses or instructional seminars that they have attended. Include every type of course work you have taken. All this will be taken into consideration when you are evaluated.

"College: California Lutheran University—Thousand Oaks, Ca.

B.S. in Computer Science—May 1988

Vendor: Sun Microsystems: Basic, Advanced, Solaris, and Network System Administration.

Silicon Graphics: Advanced System Administration & Network Administration.

Hewlett Packard: Advanced System Administration.

Seminars: Advanced Topics in System Administration, Sendmail, Internal/Internet Security, Secure HTTP, Electronic Commerce on the Internet, WWW Publishing, Creating Markets on the Internet."

VENDORS—Providing a list of vendors that you have worked with gives the interviewer an idea of the products you have worked with in the past. This can lead to a conversation on the support various vendors in the list have provided to you and to them. If you happen to share vendors, there would be no need to establish a new relationship with new vendors. You could walk right into the position already knowing the sales representatives and support engineers for the various vendors.

"Auspex, Exabyte, HP, SGI, Sun, NovaQuest, Wyse, Network Appliance, Kingston, Legato, Western Scientific, Legacy, Legasys, RFX, Verity Resumix, Netscape, Xinet, Workstations Solution"

ORGANIZATIONS—You should list any organizations to which you belong. They can be technical and nontechnical. The point of listing these groups is to show that actively keep up with the various industries. It is an extra effort that many don't seem to take.

"ACM—Association of Computing Machinery

NCGA—National Computer Graphics Association

SAGE—System Administrators Guild

USENIX—The Advanced Computing Systems Professional and Technical Association."

ACHIEVEMENTS—In this section you should list all the awards and special achievements that you have received. Also include any unique accomplishments you may have achieved. This does not have to be work related. Employers like to see that you have a life outside of the work, so provide any community and volunteer recognition awards that you have been presented.

"Awards: 1997 Employee of the Year (out of 4000 people)

Community Leader and Volunteer Recognition Award.

Published Works: S.A. and Networking Articles in Various Magazines.

Installations: Implement First Multiterabyte system, Rebuilt 50 UNIX systems in 24 hours."

EXPERIENCE—It is here that will provide information on the work experience you have gained at various positions. The information you provide should include supporting information to the hardware, systems, software, devices, vendors, and any other prior information you provided on your résumé. To start off, each employer section includes the beginning and ending dates, the name of the company where you worked, the city it was located in, and any job titles that you held while you were there.

Nov. 1993
ACME ENTERTAINMENT, INC.—Los Angeles, CA.

To Nov. 1998
Senior UNIX Administrator / Webmaster / Internet Specialist."



Contracting/Consulting: The number of employers you list can vary between résumés. Typically you want to list the past ten years of work and no more than two pages of job experience. You could possibly do three to four contracting jobs a year and work at as many as 10-15 companies over a decade. When you list the work, provide detailed information on the nature of the contract and the work you provided for each contract. When you are hired you are there for a specific reason until the agreed upon contract date arrives. Don't provide so much information that is appears there is no way that the work could be done in the amount of time of the contract.

"Assignment entailed the implementation of a two Terabyte Sun E3000 Fileserver:

Installation of operating system Solaris 2.6, Patches, Veritas journal filesystem and volume manager, system monitoring tools, paging software, Breece Hill 60 slot dual DLT7000 tape drive jukebox, and two TB raid arrays.

Procedures were documented for backup strategy, daily system monitoring and logging, hardware failures, software corruption, and common problems.

Complete disaster recovery plans and strategies were put into place."

Describe what your primary duties and functions with the company were. This will reveal what was expected of you and what your responsibilities were.

"Perform all duties relating to UNIX system administration, Web mastering, hardware and software technical support in a fast-paced, multiplatform heterogeneous UNIX environment."

If you have held permanent positions for anywhere from one to 30 or more years, include the various departments you worked for and a brief description of your job and the environment at that department.

"Information Service Department: Worked solo for two years to support the entire UNIX community of 200. Currently, I lead a team of three other UNIX administrators in the following functions:"

At this point, for each company or department you defined within a company, provide a detailed description of your day-to-day responsibilities at that position. The list of descriptions should be about any projects, software, common installations, and programs/scripts you have authored, maintained, and worked on. It is easy to forget a lot of the things you do. If you track problems or maintain daily task lists or things to do for the day, review this list and you should be able to see the things you do. Even if you start a list now and log, track, or write down every phone call, event, and problem that takes place for the next two weeks, you will have more than enough information to put into your résumé. Here are a few examples:

"Maintain the integrity of email via sendmail and pop services, DNS, backups, Usenet news, Web, bootp, FTP, YP/NIS, and print servers for the entire campus.

Rebuilds, installations, and senior-level system administration of 7 Sun Sparc 2/10/20, running SunOS4.1.x and Solaris 2.x, 3 HP9000's running HP-UX 9.0-10.x, 3 SGI Indigo/Indy on IRIX 5.3, storage arrays, three micro optical jukeboxes, and two Exabyte 10e tape stackers.

Provide end-user support to the campus of 2000 users, dealing with such issues as email, UNIX administration, system upgrades and implementation, networking, and the Internet.

Successful implementation of several Web servers to enhance productivity at ACME Entertainment, including campus-wide system information page, mailing lists page, trouble ticketing system, problem database, user help page, and assisted in designing home pages."

Continue to repeat this section "Experience" until all the different companies and departments within the companies, you have worked at are listed. If during the course of your work, you changed careers with the company with an entirely new title, treat it like another company listing in your résumé.

Here is one possible generic résumé for a UNIX system administrator that utilizes all the techniques that have been mentioned. You can use this style, or build off it. It is a format that has worked for many UNIX administrators in the past. You can always apply spaces between the various sections to fill the page if you are running short on data to fill up your résumé.

John A. Doe
12345 Los Angeles, CA 90028
Phone: (213) 555-2345
Pager: (888) 555-7694
Email: john@ugu.com
WWW: http://www.ugu.com/john

OBJECTIVES:
Use my knowledge, experience, and professionalism to perform all functioning aspects of a UNIX system administrator in a multiplatform environment.

SYSTEMS:
Apple, Auspex, SGI Indy/Indigo/Idigo2/Onyx, Sun Sparc IPC/2/5/10/20/Ultras, HP9000, Motorola, IBM Risc 6000, PC Compatibles, IBM VM3090

LANGUAGES:
Ada, Basic, Bourne Shell, C, Cobol, Csh, Fortran, Korn Shell, Pascal, Perl

OPERATING:
HP 9.x/10.x, Irix 4.0/5.3/6.3, MacOS 7.x, MS-DOS 6.0, SunOS

SYSTEMS:
3.5/4.1.4, Solaris 1.1/2.5, AIX 3.1.5/3.2.2., Linux 2.0.33

SOFTWARE:
Security: COPS. Crack, Gabriel, Kerberos, SATAN, TCP/Wrappers, Tiger, Tripwire


Backup: Quick-Restore, Legato Networker, Flashback, dump, bru, tar, cpio, qtar


Admin Tools: Smit, Sam, vmstat, osview, perfmon, powermon, top, traceroute


Graphics: Alias Studio Paint & Power Animator, Amazon, MultiGen, ModelGen, SoftImage


Miscellaneous: Netls, Flexlm, xkfs, xkshare, xkspool, caps, resumix, Windows 3.1/95


Networking: bootp, etherman, ftp, DNS, IDA Sendmail, ifconfig, HTTP, interman, netstat, NFS. NIS/YP, nntp, Telnet, TFTP.


WWW Servers: Apache, CERN, NCSA, Netscape Commerce


WWW Clients: arena, Chimera, Emacs, Explorer, lynx, Mosaic, Netscape

DEVICES:
CD-ROM drives, concentrators, 8mm/DAT/DLT tape drives and stackers. Graphics tablets, hublets, magneto optical jukeboxes, modems, raid storage arrays, routers, server switches.

EDUCATION:
California Lutheran University—Thousand Oaks, CA. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science—May 1988


Vendors: Sun Microsystems: Basic, Advanced, Solaris, and Network System Administration


Silicon Graphics: Advanced System Administration & Network Administration


Hewlett Packard: Advanced System Administration


Seminars: Advanced Topics in System Administration, Sendmail, Internal/Internet Security, Secure HTTP, Electronic Commerce on the Internet, WWW Publishing, Creating markets on the Internet.

VENDORS:
Auspex, Exabyte, HP, SGI, Sun, NovaQuest, Wyse, Network Appliance Kingston, Legato, Western Scientific, Legacy, Legasys, RFX, Verity, Resumix, Netscape, Xinet, Workstations Solution

ORGANIZATIONS:
ACM—Association of Computing Machinery


NCGA—National Computer Graphics Association


SAGE—System Administrators Guild


USENIX—The Advanced Computing Systems Professional and Technical Association

ACHIEVEMENTS:
Awards: 1997 Employee of the Year out of 4000 people Community Leader and Volunteer Recognition Award


Published Works: S.A. and Networking Articles in Various Magazines.


Installations: Implement First multiterabyte system,


Rebuilt 50 UNIX systems in 24 hours.

EXPERIENCE:


Nov. 1993
ACME Entertainment, INC. Glendale, CA.

To
Principal UNIX Analyst / Webmaster /

Present
Internet Specialist




Perform all duties relating to UNIX system administration, Web mastering, hardware and software technical support, in a fast-paced, multiplatform, heterogeneous UNIX environment.

Information Service Department: Worked solo for two years to support the entire UNIX community of 200. I have led a team of three other UNIX administrators in the following functions:

Maintain the integrity of email via sendmail and POP services, DNS, backups, Usenet news, Web, bootp, FTP, YP/NIS, and print servers for the entire campus.

Rebuilds, installations, and senior-level system administration of 7 Sun Sparc 2/10/20, running SunOS4.1.x and Solaris 2.x, 3 HP9000's running HP-UX 9.0-10.x, 3 SGI Indigo/indy on IRIX 5.3, storage arrays, three micro-optical jukeboxes, and two Exabyte 10e tape stackers.

Provide end-user support to the campus of 2000 users, dealing with such issues as email, UNIX administration, system upgrades and implementation, networking, and the Internet.

Successful implementation of several Web servers to enhance productivity at ACME Entertainment, including campus-wide system information page, mailing lists page, trouble ticketing system, problem database, user help page, assisted in home page design.

Research & Development Department: Oversee all installations and upgrades for the new computing technology in the field of UNIX.

Rebuilds, installations and senior-level system administration of 10 SGI /Indigo/Indigo2/Indy/O2 workstations, 1 Challenge 2 Onyx Reality Engines and 1 Infinite Reality servers running IRIX 5.3-6.3, 4 Sun Sparc IPC/2/10/20 workstations running SunOS 4.1-Solaris 2.5, Legacy raid storage arrays on running a raid level 5, Exabyte 10e Stackers, Wyse ASCII terminals.

Provide UNIX support to 30 users of new technological software developed in-house wrapped around the UNIX-based environment.

Successful implementation of a voice recognition kiosk system and many various automated programs to increase productivity.

Animation Department: Oversee all UNIX-based software and hardware for a team of developers designing the next generation of animation movies.

Rebuilds, installations and senior-level system administration of 60 SGI PI/Indigo/Indigo2/Indy/O2 workstations, six Onyx reality engines and three infinite reality servers running IRIX 5.3-6.3, 4 Sun Sparc IPC/2/10/20 workstations running SunOS 4.1-Solaris 2.5, Auspex file server, Legacy and Western Scientific raid storage arrays running on a raid level 5, Exabyte 10e Stackers, Wyse ASCII terminals.

Provide UNIX support to 40 users designing the next generation animation movie. Support included successful remote installation of the animated application into a sister site.

Successful implementation with a team of programmers, animators, and modelers of two movies. The design of several automated and performance monitoring programs to increase productivity.

Nov. 1990
ROCKTELL INTL. / Telecomm Division—San Diego, CA

To
System Administrator / Applications Engineer /

Nov. 1993
Technical Support Specialist




Perform duties in a CAD/CAM multiplatform UNIX environment as system administrator, applications engineer, technical support specialist, and instructor for leading aerospace corporation.

Computer Science Department: Worked with a team of two other UNIX administrators to support a UNIX community of 300 providing the following functions:

Installing operating systems, hardware, vendor software packages, system customization, and documentation of all departmental UNIX, PC-based workstations and X-terminal.

Oversee/Perform the daily routine maintenance, integrity, and system security of up to 60 network-based workstations.

Preserve the connectivity of all LANs and WANs attached to the divisional nameserver, including all TCP/IP, modem, NIS, Telnet, FTP and UUCP connections to over 1000 workstations throughout the DIVISION using various gateways and routers.

Develop, implement, and support over 110 custom programs that have increased the production of the computing environment.

Maintain domain nameserver, mailserver, multiple file servers and plot servers, backups, restorals and user accounts.

Awarded company and manager awards for the design and implementation of an online BBS available to 8,000 users, an automated system monitoring/paging program, and an automated backup/restoral program.

Feb. 1989
WaveCAD CORP.—Malibu, CA

To
CAD/CAM Applications Engineer

Sep. 1990




Perform duties as an applications engineer, customer support, instructor for a company that produces and markets CAD/CAM software. Duties included

Computer Science Department: Worked with a team of nine other CAD/CAM administrators to support a large customer base around the world providing the following functions:

Writing and maintaining post processors to translate geometric information to NC code, which is transferred to mills/lathes. Maintaining and supporting DNC communication software and other serial/parallel devices.

Supporting graphic translators: DXF and IGES links.

Providing software, hardware support and installations to over 50 customers nationwide.

Planning, conducting four-day training courses given to customers.

Creating Multiple Résumés
The goal you are trying to achieve with a résumé is a simple one. Without lying on your résumé, when a potential employer looks at your résumé for the first time, you want him to say, "Wow, this person has all the qualifications we are looking for. Bring him in for an interview." You need to get into the door and get interviewed. Then you just have to sell them on you!

Although one generic résumé is good for displaying all the types of work that you have been exposed to, this may not be enough to get you to an interview. You can take it one step further if you want. Most positions that are advertised or that you submit a résumé for will not require a general all-purpose UNIX administrator. Employers are usually looking for platform-specific UNIX system administrators. After you have your generic résumé as a base to work from, you can manipulate it to emphasize specific flavors and platforms that the classified advertisement indicates the employer is seeking.


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Posted 12 June 2002 - 12:32 PM

bro nak tanya sikit la pasal vendor nie....

kalau kita terlibat dlm kerja2 civil engineering kiter kena citer vendor2
yg terlibat setiap pakej dan dia punya service/ produk sekali?

satu lagi pasal seminar ....
seminar macam mana blh letak....
seminar free yg berkaitam dengan kiter blh letak gak ker..
sbg cth:seminar adode ker, 3D dll sewaktu dgn nyer...

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Posted 18 June 2002 - 10:41 AM

ermmm, kat url nie ader banyak contoh pasal resume orang lain:
http://www.pickandpost.com.my/dsp_postsubc...me&location=All

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Posted 19 July 2002 - 10:19 PM

wuyoo...pergh sgt2 bro rizal nyer resume.based on pengalaman aku ler dlm interview dan apa yg kengkawan aku yg veteran (dr.)diorg kater resume korang takyah panjang berjela sgt nanti diorg menyampah.

apa yg penting simple,padat dan gempak.dan yg paling penting gak korang kene tau apa yg korang tulis tu..heee..hee sbb member aku dah kene dah.dan aku sendiri penah kater aku tau dlm bab software development dan multimedia presentation

tup2 diorg bg tempoh 2 hari siapkan satu projek software psl komp.ngan multimedia presentationya sekali..pergh..mencanak.tapi alhamdulillah aku berjaya gak. laugh.gif

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Posted 22 July 2002 - 04:41 PM

hehehe.. bagus jugak kalau ada tip nak buat resume nie.. kasi gempak sikit.. boleh test market..

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Posted 04 September 2002 - 01:59 AM

biasaklaaa..turrrr hee..heee.ayat kene power janji keje dpt dan tau camne nak keje.itu dah cukup memadai.... laugh.gif

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Posted 14 September 2002 - 02:01 PM

Apa bezanya antara simple ngan panjang... boleh bagi idea tak bagi sesapa yang selalu pegi interview.. atau yg selalu interview org...

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Posted 15 September 2002 - 04:30 PM

QUOTE
Apa bezanya antara simple ngan panjang... boleh bagi idea tak bagi sesapa yang selalu pegi interview.. atau yg selalu interview org...


beza panjang ialah...cerita mengenai kiter yg ada isi siap ngan penerangan yg penting,kurang penting dan tak penting.

manakala simple tapi padat ialah cerita mengenai kiter yg simple,padat dan mudah bg org lain memahami isi kandungannya yg ringkas.

-adios-

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Posted 22 September 2002 - 09:30 PM

assalamualaikum..

nih nak tanya, camner nak tulih kat resume or cover letter kalo nak ckp, yg kita nih sdg bekerja tapi nak carik keje baru utk tambahkan pengalaman, cabaran dsbgnyer..
takut nanti diorg ingat kita suka nak lompat˛ ke company lain yg offer kita lebih...
boleh perturunkan ayat yg besh tak?

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Posted 22 September 2002 - 10:02 PM

Asyik resume writing jer..
Nih aku bagi Format utk berenti kerja.
(Dgn ihsan isteri tercinta aku:-) )

QUOTE
(Put in Your Address Here)

19 December 2001

IT Manager
(Your Employer)


Dear Sir/Madam,

RE: NOTICE OF RESIGNATION

With reference to the above, with much regret, I would like to inform that I am tendering my resignation as a (Your Position) by giving the company’s one (1) month notice as to adhere with the contract of employment with effect from. My last working day with the company will be on (Last Date of Employment).

My tenure with (Your Employer) has been a memorable experience and the knowledge and skills acquired are priceless. Therefore, I would like to extend my sincere thank for the support, guidance, and assistance given to me.

I will surrender all company belongings, keys or documents currently in my possession to you.  

Lastly, I thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve and be part of your team and wish All the Best to the company.

Thank you.


(Your Name)

C/c  Human Resource Manager
 Headquarters
 


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Posted 22 September 2002 - 10:09 PM

cayala Faris....
kelainan di situ...tengkiu. boleh buat reference ni..ehehehhe

NurNT,
dah byk tulisan Abg. Rizal dlm topik sebelum ni yg tajuknya bulat˛ cerita pasal resume. boleh rujuk kat dlm tu.

Sekian.

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Posted 23 September 2002 - 02:06 AM

perghh..faris..power karangan "bini ko"hee..hee..biasaklaa org byk pengalaman.... smile.gif2





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