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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE SUMMARY: Mr. Greg Alexander is the Vice President of the Technical Services Division of Harmony Lane Studios, Inc. Mr. Alexander has over eighteen years of experience in network engineering, applications development, systems administration, and computer repair.

Mr. Alexander has extensive software development experience and is fluent in a variety of languages including C, C++, Pascal, Perl, Tcl/TK, Java, PHP, HTML, UNIX shell, and SQL. He is highly familiar with a variety of Operating Systems including Microsoft Windows (95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP), UNIX (Linux, Solaris, HPUX, IRIX, Tru64), and Mac OS (9.x, X.x).

He has designed and implemented local and wide area networks, as well as developed network management software to automate Network Control Center reporting, alerting, and diagnosis. He has developed, enhanced, and integrated Management Information software solutions such as problem management and change management software.

Mr. Alexander has provided core development and administration services for a real-time, hardware-in-the-loop and human-in-the-loop simulation development environment, as well as a cross platform distributed computing solution that can turn a network of commodity computers into a virtual supercomputer. He has also developed cutting edge web based curriculum management software and has contributed to software programs which have flown on the International Space Station.

  • NASA Space Act Award: Awarded in 2004 for a contribution entitled .Distributed Supercomputer., MSC-23142-1
  • NASA Certificate Of Recognition: Awarded in 2004 for the creative development of a technical innovation which has been approved for publication as a NASA Tech Brief entitled .Distributed Supercomputer.
  • Titan Corporation Outstanding Performance Award: Awarded in 2004 for extraordinary effort, dedication, commitment in design, development , and deployment of the Build-A-Flow application of the Flight Operations Curricula Administration System (FOCAS) tool suite supporting the Training Division of the Mission Operations Directorate. Of particular note, was Greg.s professionalism in developing and delivering training to Build-A-Flow users as he transitioned off the project.
  • NASA/JSC Exceptional Software Award: Awarded in 2003 for outstanding work on the Trick Simulation Development Environment. This award was presented to four of a total of fourty-one competing teams.
  • Distributed Supercomputer, MSC-23142-1