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SURESH GOPALAKRISHNAN

Address BPO 23767, PO BOX 1119 
PISCATAWAY, NJ 08855, USA 
Phone (908)463-3565 - res
Email gsuresh@paul.rutgers.edu
 
OBJECTIVE  To work in an organization that can use my skills and expertise, and offer chances for improvement of technical knowledge and advancement in career.
EDUCATION Enrolled for PhD in Computer Science, Rutgers University 
B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering, REC Calicut, India - 1994 
ACADEMIC  
HONORS
* 3rd rank in Univ. for B.Tech '94 
* 65th rank in India for GATE CS '95 
* National Talent Search Scholarship '88-'94 
* District Merit Scholarship 88-94 
* 12th rank in state for SSLC '88
SKILLS
OS Unix (SVR4/MP), Solaris, MS-DOS, Netware, Windows, Mac, Linux
 Languages C, Pascal, LISP, FORTRAN, Prolog, 80x86, Assembly Languages, scripting
Software Sniffer, kdb, kcrash, SCU, Unix tools, Internet utilities
Hardware U6000/xxx, SMP5400, SS10, DEC3000, PC-AT/XT, Mac, peripherals
 
EXPERTISE 
AREAS
Unix SVR4/MP Internals, TCP/IP, Unix Network Programming, C programming
WORK EXPERIENCE
Tata Unisys Ltd., Bangalore (INDIA)
POSITION Software Engineer (Senior), OS Group
Duration 2 years (Dec 94 - Dec 96)
Project DSSP
Description
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Short stints as System Administrator and Quality Assurance Person for the project overlapping above roles. Developed tools for process automation.
  • Involved in editing and upgrading the technical details in the document "System Performance and Tuning Guide" for Unisys.
 
The objective of DSSP (Distributed SVR4/MP Support Program) is to maintain Unisys SVR4/MP OS and enhance its reliability, stability & quality. This was done for Unisys Corp., SLC, Utah.
 
Project Engineer (12 months):
  • Analysis and resolution of problems reported in the OS
  • developing new features and enhancements
Selected as 'Project Member of the Month'
Team Leader (9 months):
  • Consultant to a team of 3 engineers
  • Track their work progress, do reviews
Received Excellent Group Participation award
 
COURSE WORK
B.Tech Project Implementation of NNTP
Description
  • In NNTP, there is a centralized news database accessible from any machine on the network. It is a client/server architecture, with  multiple servers allowed in a master/slave configuration. The implementation in C was complete to the last details of RFC 977 and had additional features also.
Roles
  • Design and coding data structures, client/server protocol and command interpreter
  • Project co-ordination as team leader
TRAINING
Attended
Algorithms, Data structures, Shell scripting, Data communication, Visual Basic, Oracle, S/w Engineering, DBMS, OLTP (at TUL)
Conducted
C, Unix - System calls, IPC, STREAMS, 
Process Scheduling, UFS (at TUL)
ACTIVITIES
Student Editor, College Magazine, REC Calicut '92-93
Secretary, Industrial & Planning Forum, REC Calicut '92-93
Member, REC Calicut Orchestra '91-94  (Flute, Mridamgam)
Member, REC Calicut Cricket Team `91-94
Treasurer, TUL Bangalore Cricket Club '95-96
Volunteer, International Students Activity Council, Rutgers University (`97-.)