Henry M. Hughes IV

(Undisclosed address & phone number)

EDUCATION:

1992-Present
Northeastern University - College of Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science 1996

1986-1990
Boston Architectural Center
Student of Bachelor of Architecture and teacher of "Computer Literacy" and "Micro-Cad" classes.

1982-1986
Moses Brown School
Graduating College Preparatory High School with an Advanced Placement in Computer Science.

EMPLOYMENT:

Current
Phoenix Media Group
A full-time web designer for The Boston Phoenix, WFNX, and Spin Cycle.

Current
College of Computer Science
A part-time member of the Systems Group and a part time lab proctor.

1994-1995
Cnct.com
The volunteer webmaster and maintainer for "Digital Ink" and cnct.com's web server.

1993-1994
Mtv.com -> Metaverse.com
Helped develop World Wide Web server through HTML critiques and PERL scripts for its Common Gateway Interface.

1993-94
The Mitre Corporation
Administrates World Wide Web service and develops technology for `Distributed Working Environments' in the Virtual Workspace Group. Object Oriented Software Programmer for User Interface Technology Department. Programming assignment developed a tool Multiple User Interface Effectiveness (MUIE). Also Virtual Reality researcher. Finally, developing an X-Window psuedo-server.

1992-Present
InLine Skills Development & Preservation Corp.
Company partner of in-line skating lessons, events, advertising, and promotions. I passed certifiaction with International Inline Skate Association. We roughly teach 5,000 students over the course of 7 months.

1990
Sumner Schein Architects/Engineers (Teaching)
Taught seminars on "How to use the computer - effectively".

1988-1990
Sumner Schein Architects/Engineers
CAD Specialist, CAD drawings and details librarian. Created and edited both drawing & detail library for all Super Stop & Shop and commercial architecture projects.

1987-1991
Boston Architectural Center (Teaching)
Faculty in Architectural, Interior Design, and Continuing Education departments. Taught "Computer Literacy" and "Micro-CAD" classes.

1986-1988
Swain Associates, Inc
CAD Operator, Accounting Assistant, Materials Librarian, Office Person. My other duties included: secretarial, accounting, database management and CAD organization.

VOLUNTEER:

Hyperreal.com
Help develop and maintian sections of Hyperreal.com (techno.stanford.edu) for World Wide Web, Gopher and FTP. Hyperreal is the Techno/Rave archive of the Internet. I manage the "List of Rave-Related Mail Lists" and the "Map of Ravers" plus I help produce scripts and ideas to help make our jobs easier, like the staff pages and the Global Rave Information Database (version II under construction).

Cnct.com
I did (past tense) develop and maintain the World Wide Web server.

EXPERIENCE:

Networks:
Volunteer member of the "Experimental Systems Group" at
Northeastern University.

Systems:
UNIX, NeXT Step, DOS, Macintosh OS, and Hewlett Packard 300 Series.

Languages:
C++, C, FORTRAN, Pascal UCSD, Think Pascal, Bourne Shell, Tcl/Tk, PERL
Python, MOO, and MIPS RISC Assembly.

Software:
Besides multiple word processors, spreadsheets,
databases,and graphics tools, I've proficiently used
AutoCad, Drawbase
2000-5000, and Arplan 3.2.

INTERESTS:

Teaching, graphic design, inline skating, volunteer work such as Inline for Aids and Concerts for the Environment, poetry, soccer, surfing, & Virtual Reality.

REFERENCES:

Available upon request.