Daniel Starkovich

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Daniel Starkovich
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Brooklyn Park, MN 55444

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Resume Headline: Daniel Starkovich – Lead Software Engineer Resume Value: s73s4v4pi5h6457j

Dan Starkovich
Brooklyn Park, MN 55444 612.309.0791

Lead Software Engineer
Systems software engineer with 20+ years’ experience working with large complex systems. Expertise includes innovative solutions to difficult problems. Experienced with design, development, testing, and customer support of transaction enabling solutions using Microsoft .Net and J2EE application servers.

Professional Experience
Unisys, Roseville, MN1983 to 2015
Lead Software Engineer 2013 to 2015
Led a team that designed and developed a user interface for system high availability for Unisys Forward systems.
• Designed and developed a graphical user interface application that allowed configuration and maintenance of Unisys high availability in a Linux environment.
• Reduced high availability setup time from 2 days to less than 1 hour while reducing setup complexity.
• Participated in the design of low level java scripts to support the user interface that reduced the configuration time by 90% and eliminated many common configuration errors.
• Coordinated a high availability GUI design with a user experience team of 6 international engineers.
Lead Software Engineer2011 to 2013
Lead development engineer modifying the Unisys legacy display processing system(DPS) terminal application so transactions could be used in a modern connector architecture environment.
• Reduced the development complexity of integrating Unisys DPS applications with a creative approach that eliminated the need for “screen scraping”.
• Modified the DPS screen application to output data definitions that could be used to create modern connector user interfaces without the need to modify the existing legacy DPS transactions.
• Supported integration with J2EE application servers and Unisys ePortal to access DPS transactions.
• Integrated an OpenDTP connector for Unisys ePortal using C# in .Net Visual Studio.
Lead Software Engineer 2008 to 2011
Lead engineer for testing and integrating Unisys transaction products with JBoss J2EE application server.
• Created a J2EE connector for Unisys transaction interface package (TIP).
• Verified new levels of JBoss with Unisys transaction products including TIP and Open Distributed Transaction Processing.
• Tested and documented JBoss performance on multiple platforms including Windows and OS2200.
• Participated in verifying Unisys connectors with WebSphere and WebLogic J2EE application servers.
Senior Software Engineer 1996 to 2008
Developed transaction processing middleware that enabled legacy Unisys transactions to be accessed by modern client applications.
• Patented a connector architecture that allowed the use of multiple types of user interfaces to access both TIP and OpenDTP transactions.
• Generated an application that translated COBOL data structures into XML to be used with Unisys middleware.
• Produced a Unisys connector to translate XML input to Unisys transaction formats.
• Involved in the development of the installation program for Unisys product Distributed Transaction Integration.

Dan Starkovich, 612.309.0791, dan.starkovich430@gmail.com
Professional Experience(continued)
Systems Programmer 1983 to 1996
Developed test programs for hardware testing.
• Developed an automated test system for regression testing Unisys mainframe system control facility.
• Created a database with Microsoft Access and Visual Basic for cataloging tests and results for the automated test system.
• Worked on “design verification routines” for new Unisys mainframe computers.
• Served on the architecture control board for design of new mainframe instruction processing hardware.

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• Microsoft Visual Studio
• C#
• C++
• C
• Visual Basic
• .net
• Java
• Javascript
• JBoss
• Cobol
• ePortal
• Transaction Processing
• Unisys DTI
• Client Server
• Eclipse
• Linux
• Windows
• OS2200
• Connector architecture
• J2EE
• Liferay
• Unisys TIP
• Unisys DPS
• MS Access
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Bachelor of Science, Math/Computer Science/Electrical Engineering Technology
Mankato State University, Mankato, MN

• #6212546/April 3, 2001 – Providing a Modular Gateway Architecture Which Isolates Attributes of the Client and Server Systems into Independent Components
• #6715800/March 30, 2004 – Making CGI Variables & Cookie Information Available to an OLTP System
• #6721776/April 13, 2004 – Generic DCOM Server
• #6993585/January 31, 2006 – Method and System for Handling Transaction Request from Workstations to OLTP Enterprise Server Systems Utilizing a Common Gateway
• #7111077/September 19, 2006 – Method and Apparatus for Passing Service Requests and Data from Web Based Workstations Directly to Online Transaction Processing
• #8041836/October 18, 2011 – Automatic COBOL Working Storage to Open/OLTP View Conversion
• #8099501/January 17, 2012 – Adapter Architecture

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Job Title Company Experience
Lead Software Engineer Unisys – Present

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Current Career Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)

Work Status: US – I am authorized to work in this country for any employer.

Target Job: Target Job Title: Lead Software Engineer

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Occupation: IT/Software Development • General/Other: IT/Software Development

Target Locations: Selected Locations: US-MN-Minneapolis

  • Updated 7 years ago

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