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Garden Grove, California (714) 673-8357 firstname.lastname@example.org
Extensive experience in developing real-time embedded systems software, involved in all phases of
software life-cycle from requirements definition, designing, coding, integration and test.
Software development of C-17 Mission Computer is in Ada and C.
Experience in workingand coordinating with cross-functional teams to conductroot cause analysis
and resolving complex design problems.
Lead and support testing Line Replaceable Unit(LRU) on simulated benches forcommercial MD11.
Details-oriented and hard working with strong self-motivationand dedication to produce a high
quality product in meeting projectbudget and schedule.
Strong knowledge of Avionics Systems and Software Engineering - Agile Software Process,
Rational Clear-quest, Clear-case and DOORStools, Mil-STD 1553 and ARINC 429 interfaces.
Hardware Software Applications
PASS 3200 Bus Analyzer C, Ada,Jovial,Fortran Flightplanning
Mil-STD 1553, DO-178B DOORS, Clear-case,Clear-quest Mission Functions
ARINC 429, RS232, VME bus MS Office,Green Hills FaultManagement
Mil-STD 1750A, MIPS RISC R4400 VAX/VMS, Visio Build-In Test
PowerPC 7457 Unix, VxWorks DatabaseManagement
BOEING DEFENSE, SPACE & SECURITY (BDS) | Long Beach, CA 1992 - 2015
World's leading aerospace company with $33 billion business and 56,000 employees worldwide
Principal Software Engineer| C-17 Avionics
Analyzed, Implemented and Resolved C-17 Mission Computer (a.k.a. Flight Management
Computer) issues during flight test related to Performance,Display, Fault Management
or Flight Planning areas.
Team leader of 5 members in Designed and Implemented C17 Data Link - Airline
Operational Control (AOC) - Developed a system to allow C17 Mission Computer to
Uplink/Downlinkdata to/fromTanker Airlift Control Center (TACC) MCD display which
involvedDesign, Requirements, Coding and Integrating under 32-bit MIPS RISC R4400
processor in Ada.
Team leader of 5 members in Designed and Implemented C17 Future Air Navigation
Systems (FANS) - Developed a system to allow C17 Mission Computer to
Uplink/Downlink CPDLC data to/from the Air Traffic Control (ATC) in Ada.
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Implemented Airdrop database files loading to C-17 Mission Computer to calculate
Magnetic Variations based on flight path in C.
Designed and Implemented fault management task within Mission Computer to isolate
LRU faults in Ada.
Developed test procedures using ATC scripts to test new functionalities and validate
C-17 Mission Computer capability that meet the system requirements and Air vehicle
Implemented logic to perform IBIT and monitored/detected faults forHead-up Display
(HUD)within C17 Mission Computer in Ada.
Team leader of 5 members involvedin Requirements, Design, Coding, Integrating C-17
Mission Computer Display (MCD) – Performance(Takeoff/Landing),Navigations,
Databases and Flight Planning in Ada.
C17 Communications Open System Architecture (COSA) - Developed a
Task in Mission Computer to driver a new Communication/Navigation Control (CNC)
displays whichinvolvedDesign, Requirements, Coding and Integrating under 32-bit
PowerPC7457 processor in Ada.
Re-hosted C17 Mission Computer in JOVIAL16-bit 1750A MIL-STD processor to a 32-bit
MIPS RISC R4400 processor in Ada forThroughput and Memory. Software is developed
under Unix-based SUN SPARC station in Ada.
Developed test scripts to test Navigation system within Mission Computer using
Automatic Test Control developed in house.
MCDONNELL DOUGLAS | Long Beach, CA 1989 - 1992
Global Aerospace Manufacturing Corporation and defense contractor
Sr. Software Engineer | MD-11 Simulation benches
Team leader of 7 members to Maintain, Support and Test an Avionics system composed
of:Electronic Instrument System (EIS),Centralized Fault Display
System CFDS), Flight Management System (FMS), Auto-Flight System (AFS) and Full
Authority Digital Engine Controller (FADEC).
Workefficiently to support conformity and certificationtests with FAA at the benches as
a Team lead. VAX simulated data are sent to the LRUs via VME bus. Analog and discrete
are generated via VME cards in VME module.
M. S. Computer Engineering | California State University, Long Beach
B. S. Electrical Engineer | University of Southern California
Silver Eagle Award for C-17 GATM4/2000