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Office: Maricopa Agricultural Center

37860 W. Smith-Enke Road

Maricopa, AZ 85138-3010

Phone: (520) 568-2273


Fax: (520) 568-2556

Dr. Dan Warren
Senior Systems Programmer


Ph.D., University of Arizona

M.S., University of California

Current Appointment:
University of Arizona Maricopa Agricultural Center

  • Engineering secure, multi-user network solutions to satisfy client requests.
  • Managing network communications projects including installations of PBX/Voice Mail systems, Optical Fiber Ethernet WAN Telecommunications, in-house CAT6 network cabling and LAN hardware such as NAS, VPN, Ethernet Switches, Hubs, Routers, Repeaters, Wireless LANs, CSU/DSU's , DNS's, and NIC's.
  • Network W2K8 Server, Win/Mac computers for WAN resource sharing and client/server applications.
  • Support over 100 PC and Mac users, including network hardware/software, troubleshooting, and installations of new computer products.


    Obtain a position of responsibility in computer operations with a company needing expertise in information analysis and technological innovation.
    HTML,C, Visual Basic, MS Assembler, FORTRAN, Basic.
    Microsoft-certified on W2K/NT Server. Experienced on UNIX, Sun OS, Banyan VINES, Novell Netware, IBM-PC, Apple MacIntosh, Digital VAX/VMS.
    Cisco-certified on Routers. Experienced on Multiplexers, Gateways, Print Servers, Appletalk, TCP/IP, Ethernet, 10/100BaseT, PBX integration, and client/server database development.
    Dreamweaver/HTML, Win 2000 Pro, WinNT Workstation, Win9x, Win3.x, MS-Office Pro, WP Office, Oracle SQL, Visual Basic, Visual dBASE, Paradox, Multimedia Presentations, CAD/CAM, GIS, and custom built applications for data management.

Employment history

  • University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Senior Systems Programmer, 1990 - Present.
  • Inyo County Water Department, Computer System Specialist, 1983 - 1988
    • Directed database management (dBASE) and computer operations for departmental Digital VAX/VMS system.
    • Installed, engineered, administered and managed all the computer operations for the department and programmed (FORTRAN) all the scientific data analysis software.
    • Troubleshot and resolved various technological problems throughout department.
  • University of California, Department of Agronomy, Research Specialist, 1981 - 1983
    • Developed statistical, dynamic simulation, and linear optimization using Burroughs 68000 and Digital Equipment PDP 11/34 computer systems.
References: Available Upon Request
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