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Tres Seaver

Palladion Software

tseaver@palladion.com

Overview

I have established a software architecture consulting company, Palladion Software, to provide clients with "best-practice" software development services, assist them in the design and construction of large-scale software systems.

This venue allows me to apply my skills in object-oriented analysis, design, and programming, and in project management, to deliver effective and elegant solutions to my clients' problems.

Employment History

Currently proprietor, Palladion Software
2000 - 2005, senior developer, Zope Corporation
See a summary of relevant projects as well as presentations to various conferences and technical user groups.
1997 - 2000, proprietor, Palladion Software
See a summary of relevant projects as well as presentations to various conferences and technical user groups.
1990 - 1996, senior consultant, MACRO Enterprises, Inc.
See a summary of relevant projects as well as presentations to various conferences and technical user groups.
1987 - 1990, Awty International School
I taught high-school and middle-school history and mathematics in a multi-lingual, multi-cultural setting: approximately half my students were working in English as their second or third language.

Education and Expertise

Rice University
After taking three years to discover that I didn't wish to become a mechanical engineer, I switched majors (to classical/medieval history) and completed my Bachelor of Arts in 1987 (awarded 1988).
Borland Certified Delphi Client/Server Developer
This cerfication exam covered all phases of client-server development with Delphi, including component design, database management issues, and team development. I passed the exam on my first attempt, one of only 42 people in the country to pass the exam during its beta-testing phase. April, 1996.
Founding President, Houston Association of Delphi Professionals
Seeing a need for a forum in Houston for professional Delphi developers, I worked with Borland and other interested individuals and companies to establish HADP in January, 1996. By the end of its first year, the group had more than 70 paid members, and had attendance between 50 and 180 people each month.

After serving as Secretary for the 1997-98 and 1998-99 election terms, I served again President of the group for the 1999-2000 term.

See also my presentations to various conferences and technical user groups.

Tools and Platforms

Programming Languages / Environments

Application Development Platforms

Database Platforms

Operating Systems

Networks and Protocols

For more information, send email to: tseaver@palladion.com.