Hi! Let me introduce myself.
My name is Scott Wilhelm and this is my Home Page.
My resume:


Post-Graduate Course Work and Independent Research,
in Elementary Particle Physics, 1994
Massachusetts Institute of Technology   Cambridge, MA

Master of Science in Physics, 1993.
University of Maryland at College Park   College Park, MD

Bachelor of Science in Physics, 1990.
University of Maryland at College Park   College Park, MD

Associate Arts Degree in Engineering, 1987.
Howard Community College   Columbia, MD


Expert CGI Programmer and PERL programmer. Expert in HTML, HTTP
protocol, and MIME formats. Experience in XML, XHTML,Cascading Style
Sheets, and other web formats. 
Expert in Unix System Administration, and UNIX Shell Programming,
having worked with Linux, and SUN Solaris.
Experience in network administration and setup, along with networking
protocols, services, and basic topology.


Bob Slate Stationer  Cambridge, MA
November 2000 to present
Inventory control, processing orders, customer service and support,
display creation and layout, among other responsibilities.

Neo-Gate Inc.  Somerville, MA
Network Administration and programming
June 1998 to September 1999
Did network administration in house, and for contracting companies.
Conducted initial program development for Sourcegate Inc. along with
network setup and management.

MWPnet  Cambridge, MA
Hypertext Development and CGI Programmer
February 1997 to June 1998
Self employed, developing World Wide Web services, using CGI
programs, HTML and HTTP, to be offered to small companies.
Specialized in universal access, including access for people with

Multimax Inc.  Landover,MD
Hypertext Development and CGI Programmer
February 1996 to November 1996
Contracting to the Navy Medical Information Management Center.
Responsible for initial World Wide Web Page development and layout,
basic and advanced CGI programs, and resident HTML and HTTP

Grade Corporation  Columbia, MD
Technical Adviser and Trainer
August 1994
Trained and advised the president, head researcher and staff in the
use and programming of advanced algorithms in Mathematica.

University of Maryland at College Park College Park, MD
Workshop Co-Lecturer for Mathematica
June 1994
Trained the faculty of the Physics Department in Mathematica
programming. Assisted in the design and development of programs that
are applied to various physics problems and program design solutions.

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