R. James Disharoon, CCP, CDP
3414 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD. 21218
Phone: (410) 235-7075
Fax: (410) 243-8176
MS Small Business Server 4.5, 2000, 2003, Exchange Server 5.5., 2003,
FoxPro (Visual, Windows, DOS), dBase, HTML, COBOL, Visual Basic, IRL, APS, JCL, MFS, TSO, Easytrieve, Datavantage, Panvalet, Librarian,
IMS DB/DC, IMS Internals, Microsoft Office Products, MVS/XA,
Windows 9X/NT/2K/XP, Novell, Windows 3.1, MS/DOS, C/PM
PC/XT/AT/X86/P5 in networked Novell and NT environments, IBM 3090, 308x, 303x, 438x, 8100
May, 1999 to Present:
Independent Computer Consultant supporting
Small Business Server (SBS) and Exchange Server. Additional work developing
FoxPro business and medical applications.
October, 1999 to February, 2005
IT Manager for International Orthodox
Christian Charities (IOCC).
August, 1998 to May, 1999.
Associate with Information Resource Associates (IRA). Projects utilizing Visual FoxPro
with accounting systems, Y2K remediation, and medical laboratory testing and evaluations
March, 1997 to May, 1998.
Contractor with the Maxim Group
February 1998 to May, 1998 under contract to Senior Campus Living (SCL) supporting their residential/marketing systems in Visual dBase 5.5.
March, 1997 to February, 1998 under contract to Integrated Health Systems (IHS) working in FoxPro for the Decision Support Group/Enterprise Data and Architecture supporting multiple application systems and developing an Outcome Indicator System
February 1996 to March 1997.
Technology Specialist with KPMG Peat Marwick, Baltimore office, specializing in telecommunication issues. Provided help desk support for 200 "road warriors", Win95 conversion for an Intel/MAC user base, NT network support, CCMail administration, and VMX phone administration.
March, 1989 to March, 1996.
Independent Computer Consultant after eight years with Computer Task Group, Inc. Numerous engagements developing custom applications working with Xbase (Foxpro and Clipper) on multi-user micro platforms utilizing Novell networks, specializing in FoxPro for Windows applications. An active consultant/dealer with SBT accounting software library and Colwell Medsoft Medical Practice Manager software.
May, 1981 to March, 1989.
Progressive responsibilities from programmer to business consultant for
Computer Task Group (CTG), a technical service company.
July, 1987 to March, 1989
Business Consultant. Responsible for management consulting group for financial and state/local governments. Engagements included brokerage, judicial, and addictions services.
October, 1986 to June, 1987
Senior Programmer/Analyst under contract to Westinghouse, Linthicum, Md. Working on electronic time collection system utilizing APS, a 4GL.
April, 1986 to October, 1986
Data Base Administrator, under contract to Bethlehem Steel during relocation of data center. Responsible for over 150 IMS databases and support of two development projects. Responsibilities included online change management, performance monitoring, and recoveries.
January, 1984 to March, 1986
Project Leader under contract to Westinghouse, Hunt Valley. Shipping floor management projects utilizing bar coding, XT's and IMS communication. Also coded, genned, and maintained IMS databases during development.
May, 1981 to January, 1984
Lead Programmer under contract to Bethlehem Steel working on multiple projects including development of Production Reporting System utilizing an IBM 8100 FEP in an distributed IMS environment. Responsible for 8100 operations, IMS interface, and 8100 databases.
Asbury College, B.A., Biology.
Control Data Institute, Certification, Programming, 1980.
AICCP, Certified Computer Programmer (CCP), 1985.
AICCP, Certified Data Processor (CDP), 1984.
Additional Credit Courses at CTG Technical Institute, Buffalo, New York
Additional training encounters for Certified Software Manager, CC Mail Administration, and Win95 support.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society (IEEE)
Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).