I am an IT consultant with a wide background in many
computer and media related disciplines. I am especially experienced in
administrating Windows NT and Linux systems, multimedia/Web/HTML authoring,
Perl/CGI programming, 3D graphics and animation, electronic publishing,
illustration, MIDI programming and music composition. I successfully completed
a postgraduate course in Music Information Technology specialising in digital
audio sampling and MIDI applications programming at City University, London in
I now run a small web hosting business in Budapest as
Linux/NT administrator and web/database programmer.
Previously, I worked as a consultant to Cap Gemini for
four years, designing, developing and administrating some of their internal
Internet and intranet systems.
While working for Cap Gemini, I moved to Budapest for
personal reasons in 1999, and maintained my commitment to the organisation.
Now I’m looking for new business opportunities, as I work easily for my
clients from here remotely over an ADSL connection. In addition, I learnt
Hungarian fluently in less than two years, something that gives me great
I also work as a principal consultant/programmer with
Metal Minds Ltd. (www.metalminds.com),
and other notable work involved producing a web presence for an optometry
I am dedicated to solving clients’ problems and have
been using the Internet and related technologies since 1989 for communications
and formed a number of strategic partnerships with other individuals and
I am a Microsoft Certified Product Specialist, and have
written articles and reviews for national computer magazines and composed
music for jingles, games and multimedia applications. I also have a deep
technical understanding of the processes and inner workings of disk operating
systems and hundreds of different software applications and tools.
At City University London (1987) I specialised in MIDI
and digital audio system design and real time assembly language programming,
and worked in the music industry for one of Peter Gabriel’s companies
repairing synthesisers and audio equipment.
I then worked in the City of London’s financial
institutions doing word processing and desktop publishing until joining
Micrografx in December 1988 to provide European Technical Support for their
graphics applications. I quickly became fluent with Windows and their products
and started trading as Haveland-Robinson Associates in April 1989.
I have a network of 4 powerful UPS-backed-up NT servers on a 100mbps
network, with 200Gb storage and an IP masqueraded ADSL connection to the