MagnaFacta is a one person company at the moment, since the research isn't paying
any dividends yet.
I am available for hire through MagnaFacta for a couple of months a year. Details about my current availability are on the availability page, which contains a quick summary of this resume as well.
This page contains the extended version of my resume. The resume is written in third person to facilitate reuse.
Mr. de Jong is a very good programmer and a reasonably good manager who is able to
combine both functions. Furthermore he is capable in passing on his knowledge to others.
As a result he can be employed as Consultant, Programmer, Analyst, Project manager, Educator.
|Name||M.D. de Jong, MBA Matijs.de.Jong@magnafacta.nl|
|First name||Mat (Matijs in Dutch)|
|Birthday||September the 25th 1966 in Haarlem, the Netherlands|
|Languages||Dutch, English, (limited) German, French, Japanese|
|Management experience||Two years as a project manager with Brunel ICT, five years as the manager of Interdata, three years ass Chief Information Officer for TARQ Information Technology.|
|Transport||Drivers License class B, has his own car.|
|Sports||Fitness, skiing, walking, diving|
|Hobbies||Philosophy, history, manga, science fiction, comics|
|Other||Secretary of the J-POP Foundation,
Council member of "VVE de Ritmeester"
|Experienced||C#, Clipper, Pascal, PowerShell, Python, VBScript, XQuery|
|Knows||C, C++, Haskell, Lisp, ML, Rexx, Ruby|
|Markup languages||CSS, DTD's, HTML, LaTeX, PDF, Schema, XML, XSD, XSL-FO|
|Protocols||E-Mail, FTP, HTTP, SMTP, SOAP, SSL, WDSL|
|Databases||Access, dBase, DB/2, MySQL, Oracle, SQL-Server, Sybase, Watcom|
|OS's||DOS, Mac OS/X, OS/2, Unix/Linux, Windows|
|Member of||ACM: the Association for Computing Machinery, IEEE, Stichting HL 7|
|Management science, Erasmus University Rotterdam|
Graduated in 1991 as Master of Science of Business Administration with a
major in information Science. His graduation thesis (in English) concerned
theoretical aspects of relational theory and was titled
Streamlining Database Navigation.
|Stedelijk Gymnasium (High School), Haarlem|
|Graduated in 1985 in Ancient Greek, Dutch, Economics I, English, History, Mathematics I and Physics.|
|today part of BT Consulting & Systems Integration|
|Worked part-time during university in various IT-functions through the former firm Rijnhaave. Customers were the Shell, Raet and the Dutch Post & Telecoms firm PTT Post, these days known as KPN.|
|Started on his own for the first time, still part time during his university period. In this first incarnation Interdata built a number of database applications in Clipper (an xBase dialect) for three small-sized companies.|
|The Artificial Intelligence Laboratory|
|Worked as programmer and researcher for projects on simplified database navigation and causal networks. Graduated on the theoretical and mathematical aspects of database navigation.|
Also supervised lab-classes and gave supporting colleges
in the subjects
Expert and Knowledge systems.
|today known as Brunel ICT|
|Worked as consultant, programmer and project manager. Customer were (among others) ABNAMRO, Mona, KLM-Cargo, multiple departments of KPN, DSM-Resins, HBG (today BAM) and the former GlaxoWellcome known at the moment as GlaxoSmithKline.|
|Worked as an independent programmer. Customers were Holland Casino and GlaxoWellcome.|
|Started Interdata again. Sold the stock in December 2000 to Mensys BV. Stayed on afterwards for a year and a half as Manager of Interdata.|
|2002-2004||TARQ Information Technology|
|Worked as head of Internal IT for TARQ. Work included the development and introduction of a document management system, the introduction of Exact Globe 2003 and integrating Globe with existing solutions using XML and .NET. TARQ also got a new website with CMS under his supervision.|
|Again on his own as researcher. Spends part of his time on consultancy and part of his time as a developer. Customers include Sunweb / GoGo Tours, the Erasmus University, O'Neill, TARQ, Hoykon and Mensys.|
Streamlining Database Navigation, subtitle:
Facilitating the access to databases containing multiple relations, graduation text, December 1991 - in English. This text proposes an extension of the relational model, in order to enable users to retrieve non-atomic values from a database in first normal form.