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Microsoft Access Database [2011 - 2012]

- France (Besancon)
  • LIAL

Image, Barcode Integration [2003 - 2010]

- Australia (Sydney)
  • Nestle Inc.,
  • Rentokol Initial,
  • ABI Group,
  • Nexus Lexus

Anti-virus Development [2001 - 2002]

- Australia (Sydney)
  • vCIS

Web Development [1996]

- Australia (Sydney)
  • Online Systems

POS Cash registers [1995]

- Australia (Sydney)
  • Mobex

Document Management [1992 - 1994]

- South Africa (Johannesburg)
  • Q-Data
  • Exsol
  • Related Systems
  • Micrographics (MGX)

Computer Security [1991]

- South Africa (Johannesburg)
  • First National Bank

C++ Development [1989 - 1990]

- South Africa (Johannesburg)
  • Teklogic
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SHANIT - Consulting, Design, Workflow, Development

Exsol - Johannesburg, South Africa
[1992]



As Software Engineer, I used various libraries including the Kofax KIPP (Turbo C) libraries, to develop imaging utilities that operated on IBM PC compatibles, under the MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows 3.1 operating systems. I also used Microsoft Visual Basic to develop user interface prototypes.

Q-Data and Micrografix - Johannesburg, South Africa
[1994]



Contracted out from Q-Data Consutling to Micrographix, to develop and support an imaging software, run under Windows with a Btrieve database. Utilised Borland C++ and Microsoft Visual C++ to enhance this Object Orientated software.

Mobex - Sydney, Australia
[1995]



Interfaced an Arcnet server that communicated with the TK range of Casio Cash Registers (Point of Sale), to a Hotel Front Desk system. The RS-232 interface required development of a comprehensive communications protocol, with fail-safe hand-shake type messaging and periodic watchdog to ensure quality of communication. The product, called "VHS" (Versatile Hospitality System) was promoted internationally by Casio (Japan) and was installed in various countries around the world.
1992 - 1995
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