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## BIO ***Full Time RAC as on 15 May 2005*** ***Professional Experience*** **[November 2003 – Present] Brightfire Engineering Systems Pte Ltd Systems Designer/Lead Developer Client: Defence Science and Technology Agency, Singapore (DSTA)** **OASIS is an information system specially designed for all service arms of the Singapore Armed Forces. It is the core infrastructure on which other applications are to be built on.** **Information disclosed here is limited due to the classified nature of the project.** **My role in this project is to handle the Systems Design together with the Systems Architect based on client requirements. I also provided the core message and workflow framework on which this application is to be build.** **Technologies used in this Project: Java 1.4, EJB Weblogic 8.1 Struts Oracle 9i** **About DSTA:** **The Defence Science and Technology Agency is the sole evaluator of technologies, solutions provider and procurement organisation to the Singapore Armed Forces.** ** [July 2003-September2003] Asia Pacific BioInformatics Network (APBioNet), Technical Consultant** **About the Project: APBioBox** Grant from: International Development Research Centre Grant value: CAD$ 44.8K Linux is the prefered operation platform that bioinformaticists worldwide run their applications on. Such tools are developed in a repertoire of programming languages, namely C, Java, Perl and Python. However, most of these applications are open-sourced; very often, some compilation and configuration are needed for the programmes to work properly. All these applications are useless without the availability of biological databases. The more famous of such databases is that of the Human Genome Project. New data obtained through wet-lab experimentations are analysed against such databases, using bioinformatics applications. There is a set of common bioinformatics tools that scientists almost always use. The APBioBox project aims to deliver a standard packaged and pre-configured set of bioinformatics applications to constituents of the APBioNet. The APBioBox also includes the Globus Grid Toolkit. A Linux box, in installing APBioBox, will become part of the APBioNet grid, sharing computing resources and facilitating the distribution of biological databases. The APBioBox project also serves to be educational. A set of training manuals is to be delivered as part of the project. The APBioBox has already generated commercial interest. Sun Microsystems, through its Asia Pacific Science & Technology Centre, has agreed to collaborate with APBioNet to port APBioBox to the Solaris Platform with the Sun GridEngine. Technologies used in this Project: ·Red Hat Linux 9.0 ·Globus Toolkit 3.0 ·Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) ·Java 1.4 The press release about this project can be found at [login to view URL] [September 2002 - June 2003] SES Systems Pte Ltd, Team Lead, Contract About the Project: Front Office System (FOS) Contract value: $45K The FOS project is a collaboration between SES Systems and DBS Vickers Securities. The aim of the project is to build a Front Office to replace the one currently used by the Singapore Exchange. There are 2 main groups in the project: the graphical user interface (GUI) and the back-end command and communication system. I was the Team Lead for the GUI group. I was responsible for the architecture of the graphical application. Besides being the main designer of the front end, I was also responsible for managing team resources and time budgeting. My other job scope includes interacting with domain users from DBS Vickers and managing their expectations. I also designed the communication protocol that the GUI uses to communicate with the back end. Communication to the back end uses JMS. In this project, I lead through a full SDLC, from requirement analysis to use case analysis, to architecture design and implementation, to finally unit testing, integration testing and user-acceptance tests. The graphical front-end is developed using Java Swing and will be deployed on Suse Linux machines. I was also very hands-on in the project. Because I had a very good understand of the business domain, I coded most of the business logic and mathematical algorithms. The back-end consists of Enterprise Javabeans (EJBs) deployed in a Weblogic container. It accesses an Oracle 9 database instance on a Sun E-10000 running Solaris 8. The system was built to support 450 traders with 50 simultaneous transactions. Response time for each transaction must average sub-second Technologies used: ·Java 1.4 on Linux ·Java Swing ·Java Web Start ·eXtended Markup Language ·Secure Socket Layer ·UML, through TogetherSoft ·CVS for source versioning ·Weblogic 6.0 ·SonicMQ 4 ·SunOne LDAP ·Oracle 9 on Solaris ## Area of Expertise Java (Excellent) Linux BioInformatics PHP Python Perl C# Oracle PostgreSQL MySQL SQLServer
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