Darren Gruber


21 Mt. Kemble Avenue Apt 416, Morristown, NJ 07960 (973)-876-1679 | dgruber@gmail.com

Career focus: Enterprise web application development with an emphasis on mobile platforms.

Languages: Java, JSP, PHP, XHTML, Python, JavaScript, .NET VB/C#, ASP, C/C++, Ruby, Shell scripting Frameworks: Documentum 5.3/6 WDK & DCM, J2EE, .NET, SharePoint, Drupal, Joomla, Mediawiki, RoR Databases: DQL, Oracle 10.2, MSSQL, MySQL, Cognos 8 BI, SQLite, XML Platforms: Solaris, Tomcat, WebLogic, Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7, Ubuntu 8/9.04, Apache2, WM 5/6.1, DOS

Business Experience
Glemser Technologies - Consultant to Pfizer Inc. Peapack-Gladstone, NJ November 2007– May 2009
Documentum 5.3 Developer & Level 3 Support on GDMS ( January 2009– May 2009) • Provided 24/7 high level support as duty engineer for complex document system with 15,000 global users. • Implemented and configured a custom SharePoint support wiki used by all the team members as an informal knowledge base. • Analyzed and debugged complex system bugs including system level character encoding configuration in Solaris SunOS. Documentum 5.3 Developer on PDOCS (November 2007– December 2008) • Supported a large CR-211 compliant Documentum 5.3 & DCM system with over 20,000 global users. • Built custom modules to extend functionality; developed internal tools to help with data migration. • Trained by EMC on Documentum Fundamentals, WDK, Advanced WDK, DCM Administration.

Freelance Computer Consultant
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Morristown, NJ May 2002– Present Maintaining and hosting over 10 domains on remote LAMP VPS; custom built and off-the-shelf web applications. Contracted by George Washington University to build secure fileserver and new network accessible over VPN. Provided both software and hardware support for PDAs and desktops to various clients.

Jackson Hewitt Tax Services (June– August 2006) Parsippany, NJ • Provided technical support (hardware and software) for 250+ employees at Jackson Hewitt corporate headquarters. • Used SharePoint Server Technology to develop a replacement issue-tracking system. Cendant Corporation ( June– August 2004 & 2005) Parsippany, NJ • Provided technical support (hardware and software) for upper management at Cendant coporate headquarters. • Developed automated PHP/MySQL asset manage database; maintained internal IIS/MySQL server. • Was featured in Cendant’s in-house magazine as an “exceptional intern” (2005).

George Washington University (May 2007) Washington, D.C. B.S. in Computer Science - Information Security & Assurance concentration. Year long senior project– • Designed GPS tracking client/server for Windows Mobile 6 operating system to recover lost or stolen phones. • Used a Verizon Motorola Q with bluetooth GPS module to post results to a Google Maps mashup. Courses included: Computer security, Network security, Software engineering, Cryptography, Algorithms and data structures.

• • Participant at the Defcon Hacking Convention in Las Vegas for the past 3 years. On winning team for the “Open Capture the Flag” competition, beating over 20 other teams from around the world. Other interests include: travel, snowboarding, longboarding, chess, cinema.

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