Resumé for Ernie Longmire

Ernie Longmire
1200 Lakeshore Ave. #3C
Oakland, CA 94606-1647

Skills Summary

Ten years of professional technical experience including software and web design and development, project leadership, and editorial responsibilities.

Languages:  11 years C; 5 years Perl (including objects, package design), 5 years HTML, 5 years CGI, 3 years DHTML/JavaScript. Familiar with XML, C++, Java, Pascal.
Tools:  Netscape Enterprise and Apache/Stronghold web servers, Photoshop, majordomo, GNU tools including gcc and emacs, CVS, INN, Linkbot and Webtrends web site analysis tools, Microsoft Visual C, Zortech C.
Systems:  Solaris, Linux and other UNIX flavors (comfortable with routine system administration), Windows NT, Windows 95, Mac OS.
Other:  Proficient in high-performance browser-neutral web design, project specification, process development. Highly effective communicator.

Work Experience

Senior Staff, Tech Solutions
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., San Francisco, CA
Aug. 1999 to Present

BASIS International Ltd., Albuquerque, NM
Jan. 1997 to Aug. 1999

BASIS is the developer of BBx, a market-leading version of the BASIC programming language with enhancements for business software developers. BBx runs on over two dozen platforms and is used in mission-critical environments around the world by companies including Mariott and Citicorp.

Technical Managing Editor, The BASIS Advantage Magazine
BASIS International Ltd., Albuquerque, NM
Feb. 1998 to Aug. 1999

Software Engineer
BASIS International Ltd., Albuquerque, NM
Feb. 1994 to Dec. 1996

Studio Nibble (
1995 to Present

Studio Nibble is my personal, noncommercial web site, which gets 20,000+ hits/month from people accessing my music-related information resources.

Software Engineer
Access Innovations, Inc., Albuquerque, NM
1989 to 1994

Access Innovations is a data processing shop that also owns the National Information Center for Educational Media (NICEM), a comprehensive database of educational films and videos.


Undergraduate studies in computer science and history.

Updated July 2, 2000