R. Eric Wheeler Developer / Systems
My name is Eric Wheeler.
I enjoy programming, working on computer hardware/electronics, music and gardening. My computer experience dates back to the Apple II/e. I enjoy learning in general, although my focus is mainly on new technologies. I have excellent problem solving skills, I adapt well to new things, and learn very quickly.
- Web Development / Design (Back end)
- NPM, Bower, GruntJS, Let's Encrypt, MySQL, PostgresSQL, JSON, XML, Apache 2.2/2.4, Nginx, Pound web proxy, Deployment (Heroku, Dokku), Virtualization (Virtualbox / VMWare, Vagrant)
- Web Development / Design (Front end)
- PHP 5.3-5.6 / 7, Composer, Symfony 2 / 3, Silex 1 / 2, Slim 2 / 3, Doctrine
- General Programing
- OOP, Turbo Pascal / Free Pascal, Python, C++, C, Perl
- System Administration
- Linux (Gentoo, Centos/Red Hat/Debian/Ubuntu), Mac OS/X, Solaris 10/11, Windows XP / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / 2000 / 2003, Bash, ZSH, Penguin Computing Scyld ClusterWare HPC (High Performance Computing), Source Code Building (auto-tools, auto-make, auto-conf), MS-DOS 5-7 / FreeDOS, FTP, SFTP/SSH, Log debugging, Network debugging
Department of Electrical Engineering
Developer / System Administrator May, 2007 - Current (~ 10 years )
I have done many different things during my employment at Stanford University.
A few things have been : Frontend and backend Web Development/Design using a number of different technologies, General programing/debugging, Desktop Support and Computer cluster administration for the National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) using Scyld Clusterware.
Web Developer / Linux System Administrator Jan, 2005 - Jan, 2007 (~ 2 years )
Searchathlon was a search startup for media. My main duties were administrating a Linux server running Fedora core 3 and web maintenance/development using Apache. Other duties included managing Apache and IIS web servers on a Windows 2000 setup.