31 Syracuse Road
Nashua NH 03064-1752
603-943-0330 (cell)
603-880-0482 (office)
burt.janz@gmail.com
bhjanz@ccsneinc.com
http://bhjanz.ccsneinc.com



Burton H. Janz

Overview

A principal-level software engineer with mission-critical architecture design and coding skills, and successful team leadership experience.

Current Skills (at or approaching expert level)

Additional Skills (within past 3 years)

Previous Experience (longer than 3 years ago)

Work History

October 2016 – Present: Arris Corporation, Lowell MA

Software Development / Toolsmith (embedded)

Contractor

August 2015 – September 2016: Harris Corporation, Nashua NH

Principal Embedded Engineer

IST (secret clearance required)

Development

May 2014 – July 2015: MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington MA

Software Development / Toolsmith (non-embedded)

Contractor

Cyber Security Division – Group 59: Cyber Assessments (Secret clearance required)

Exposure to llvm, mcsema, klee, clang, and other similar tools.

(Classified aspects of work are not described here.)

March 2014 – April 2014: Vapotherm, Exeter MA

Device Driver Work / System Engineering Work

Contractor (short term project while waiting for approval for long term work)

Two projects, both are medical devices used for oxygen therapy.

November 2013 – February 2014: Vislink, Billerica MA

Device Driver Work / Configuration Management Work

Contractor (contract-to-hire – project terminated 2/14/14)

Project is a system for reception and retransmission of video for broadcast systems.

November 2010 – October 2013: L3 (Warrior Systems – Insight), Londonderry NH

Embedded Linux Systems Development (kernel, system, drivers, and applications)

Senior Software Engineer (laid off 10/21/13)

Secret clearance granted January 2011

Project 1: Hired to take control of project that had reached a dead end. Led a team of 3.

Project 2: Rewrite Project 1 to eliminate GTK, speed up graphics and hardware interface.

Project 3: Implemented new Linux application architecture. Led a team of 2.

Prototyped Project 3 non-GUI application on desktop and i.MX6 embedded system.

January 2010 – October 2010: Ingersoll Rand Security Systems, Hartford CT

Embedded Linux Systems Development (kernel, system, drivers, and applications)

Contractor (contract-to-hire - building closed 10/30/10)

Embedded Linux Kernel Development

September 2009 – December 2009: Crossbeam, Boxborough MA

Embedded Linux Systems Development (boot systems and applications)

Contractor (contract-to-hire – project terminated 12/2009))

New Installation Device

March 2007- April 2009: Cisco, Boxborough MA

Linux Systems Development (kernel, system, drivers, and applications)

Software Engineer IV (laid off 4/2009)

New Platform Port

Existing Platform Maintenance

Level 3 Support

May 2006 – February 2007: Sanmina-SCI, Huntsville AL

Embedded Linux Systems Development (kernel, system, drivers, and applications)

Contractor

Embedded Linux development

December 2005 – March 2006: Sepaton, Marlboro MA

Linux Kernel Modules

Contractor

Feb. 2005 – Oct. 2005: Siemens Corp., Chelmsford MA

Embedded Linux Systems Development (kernel, system, drivers, and applications)

Contractor

May 2004 – September 2004: Optovia Corp., Acton MA

Embedded Linux Systems Development (kernel, system, drivers, and applications)

Contractor

October 1996 – March 2004: Multiple Employers

Embedded and Enterprise Linux Systems Development (kernel, system, drivers, and applications)

Contractor

Home Lab

Home lab systems are networked via gigabit ethernet and/or WIFI 802.11a/b/g/n/ac. Connection to the Internet is via fiber, with router/firewall/SELinux protection.



The following operating systems are active/available in home lab:



Hardware platforms include:

Education and Activities

BOD member, Gift of Life New England Inc., a 501(c)3 organization that arranges for no-cost open-heart surgery for children from 3rd world countries (www.golne.org).