Great Talent

Kari Chisholm karic at
Fri Jun 15 11:29:49 CDT 2001


I'm not usually one for sending out unsolicited references - but I've
got a young programmer here that would really be a find for someone.

Aaron Kilbey is a recent graduate in computer science here at Lewis &
Clark College. For the last two years, he's been working for me as a
student employee - basically doing backend programming for interactive
features on our site. Not only does Aaron really know his Perl, he's
also been very creative about user interface, communications strategies,
and database architecture. He's got good presentation skills to boot --
you'd be comfortable sending him in front of a client or customer. 

Lots of his work here at L&C is in the realm of password-protected sites
for specific audiences - but I'd be happy to provide access to anyone
who's interested.

See his resume below. Feel free to email me with questions or for more


Kari Chisholm
Creative Director for New Media
Lewis & Clark College
Portland, Oregon USA


Aaron Kilbey
471 Country Club Court
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
kilbey at


· 4+ years of Perl programming experience for CGI applications 
  that provide HTML editor functionalities, website statistics 
  analysis, and interactive information collection.

· 4+ years in Web and Graphic Design utilizing JAVA, JavaScript, 
  and DHTML to enhance designs produced with Adobe Photoshop and 
  Macromedia Flash.

· 4+ years of C programming experience for basic database 
  principle implementation and graphics generation.

· Familiar with MPI, JAVA, Visual Basic, PostScript, Scheme.


· PC Hardware installation and troubleshooting including NIC's
  and Novell software, IBM AS/400 Client Access interfaces, and
  Lotus Notes software.

· Diverse knowledge and navigational ability in Windows
  95/98/00/Me, Unix/Linux, Dos, and Macintosh operating systems.


Web Developer: 1/99 - present
Lewis & Clark College - Office of Publications & New Media

· Served as lead programmer for Trillium – a web-based, web
  development application (built in PERL) for faculty and staff.
  Using Trillium, faculty and staff were able to develop web
  pages with zero prior technical knowledge, entirely in a
  point-and-click environment.
· Helped boost yield in admitted students by providing a
  personalized, customized website for students, including student
  profiles, visitation information, and interactive message boards. 
· Built interactive events calendaring system for campus-wide use.
  Enabled entire campus to submit events to online calendar (with
  online approval/editing function for approved users).
· Developed interactive alumni notes message board system
  promoting correspondence and contributions.

Web Developer: 1/98 - present
Lewis & Clark College - Office of the Dean 

· Developed 1999, 2000, and 2001 Summer Session websites providing
  course information and catalog request capabilities to increase
  summer enrollment. 
Support Associate: 5/99 – 8/99
Castle Medical Center - Facility Services

· Created Access 97 database for all departmental records to track
  inventory and equipment.

Support Associate: 6/98-9/98
Castle Medical Center - Information Systems

· Provided support with network and application troubleshooting. 


· B.S. in Computer Science & Mathematics at Lewis & Clark College –
  Portland, Oregon, 5/01.
· Honors Graduate from the Kamehameha Schools - Honolulu, Hawaii.

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