John Michael Pierobon
Senior Engineer, SourcePlus & Affiliates; Fort Lauderdale, FL 1996 to present.
Provide technical training, Web development, and enterprise-level strategic Internet consulting services.
Authored and taught throughout the world courses on the following subjects:
Business: International Business, Leadership & Management Skills, Product Development
Computer Languages: Basic, C, Fortran
Computer Security: Secure Sockets Layer, Trusted Solaris
Engineering: Designing Flexible Circuits, Process Safety, Temperature Sensors
Mathematics: Algebra, Statistics, Trigonometry
Multimedia: Computer Graphics, Motif, OpenGL, Social Media
Networking: DECnet, DNS, Multicasting, TCP/IP
Operating Systems: Linux (Debian, Mandriva, Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu), OpenVMS, Solaris, UNIX
Strategic Internet Consulting
Found strategic business partners to propel client company internationally into the e-learning market.
Design review of Web portal project for the entire K-12 educational system in Malaysia.
Brought on-line political campaigning and fundraising to Brazil.
Web Site Development
Designed and developed numerous commercial Web sites including Brazilís first multilingual Web site.
As chief operating officer for a local Internet Service Provider running Apache on Solaris, Linux, and FreeBSD:
Designed and sold frame relay connections to the Internet.
Wrote and implemented system administration policies and procedures.
Created a customer satisfaction survey, analyzed results, and recommended changes in product offering, product quality, and pricing.
Instituted a technical support case log tracking system.
Supervised integration of a subsidiary network.
Wrote advertising copy that generated qualified leads.
Created and executed marketing programs with strategic suppliers.
Wrote and disseminated press releases.
Rewrote the corporate Web site.
Hired and trained the sales and technical staff.
Made technical sales presentations.
Reviewed sales proposals.
Recommended leasing and capital equipment purchases.
Successfully negotiated major contracts.
Redesigned the corporate network to reduce costs by 60%.