William "Brian" Dill
1520 Chestnut Springs Rd.
Brentwood, TN 37027
Work daily with
HTML, CSS, MS SQL Server 2000, Excel.
Work occasionally with
: VBScript, VBA, Photoshop, Visio, PHP and MySql.
Strong analytical skills and ability to gather requirements.
Strong data modelling and system design skills.
- Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE).
- Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA).
- Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD)
- ACE certified in Adobe Photoshop 5.0.
: RealTracs Solutions - April 2003 - present.
Serving several roles as a multi-disciplined developer. Responsibilities include documenting,
developing website using VB.NET, database design as well as DBA duties on
our production MS SQL 2000 databases.
: Quilogy (formerly Solutech Inc.) - June 1998 - April 2003.
Served as architect and project manager of a team of developers to implement an eCommerce
website for clients utilizing MS SQL Server 2000, XML, COM+, ASP and client-side
Developed web-based solutions for clients using MS SQL Server and Visual Interdev making
Business Systems Coordinator
PENCO - Nov 1996 - June 1998.
Developed databases in MS Access. Developed and maintained company website and company
intranet. Performed network security administration. Participated in planning, purchase,
configuration, and deployment of over 200 PC's to replace VT terminals. Supported over 150
end users with network and PC support.
Associate Financial Analyst
: Allstate Insurance Company. - Nov.
1995 - Oct. 1996.
Analyzed and Forecasted premiums and losses. Tracked production of agents in 5 states.
Master of Arts in Economics with Minor in Statistics. University of Alabama. Graduated
Aug. 1995. GPA=3.30 / 4.00.
Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Philosophy with Minor in
Mathematics. Mississippi State University. Graduated Aug. 1993. GPA=3.43 / 4.00.
Music (playing guitar and keyboards), MIDI, and learning more about
computer and web technology as well as graphics.
Available upon request.
"The problem with quick and dirty is that the dirty remains
long after the quick has been forgotten"
- Steve McConnell