Vincent Mallet Resume

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Vincent Mallet

212, Rue de Tolbiac - Chambre 632
75013 PARIS
Tel: +33 (0)6 11 53 30 57 or +33 (0)1 45 81 74 33

Nationality : French
Date of bitrh: march 22, 1973


1997-1999 Student at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications (ENST), Paris, for a two-year specialization in Project Management, Networks and Software Engineering.
1996-1997 Obtained "Maitrise" in Computer Science, french equivalent of the Master Of Science at the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis with highest honors. Ranked first in all four years.
1993-1997 Obtained "Licence" in Computer Science, french equivalent of the Bachelor of Science done in three years at the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis. Obtained it with highest honors, ranked first in all three years.
1990-1991 Obtained "Baccalaureat", french equivalent of the High School Diploma, with specialization in mathematics and science.

Computer Skills

Work Experience

Jul-Dec 1998 Six-month internship in Silicon Valley at OpenTV, world's leader in digital interactive television. Analysis and design of an embeded Email application with reusable software components and mid-way IMAP internet gateway.
Jan-Mar 1998 Still under development. Working on Jags, a big dynamic multi-game multi-player game server in Java. Players will be able to connect to any number of servers to play any number of games with any number of other players, through the Internet.
July-August 1997 Two-month internship at W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), at INRIA, Sophia Antipolis. Developed a web browser in Java, conforming to the ACSS specifications (Aural CSS) for audio rendering of web pages through speech synthesis.
Jan-Jun 1997 Student Project. Made an Evaluation of the Java Virtual Machine with three other people. Designed our own Assembly Language for the JVM. Wrote an Assembler and a Disassembler for that language, all in Java. Then wrote our own implementation of the JVM, all in Java. Also wrote a compiler for a small C-like language with objects that produced code for the JVM. All this is more than 40,000 lines of code.
Oct-Dec 1996 Worked for Sepmo, an Autotote Company. Wrote a driver for controlling specific hardware under OS/2 in an embeded system, in C and Assembly. This work was part of a project done by Sepmo and Thomson for the french PMU.
April-May 1995 Developed in C and Assembly for a drugstore an inventory control software able to run on a PC without any OS ! (no dos, no windows).
July 1993 Worked on data bases at SMCI (a computer consulting company).
April 1992 - today Created, developed, runned and maintained a Bulletin Board System which has received more than 4,000 users and 125,000 calls. This BBS is called Zyllius, is world-wide known and is still running. Wrote a lot of software for it.
Jul-Sept 1992
Aug-Oct 1991
In charge of the computer department at the town hall of Saint-Paul de Vence (France). Reorganized the computer park, developed a software for managing people associations and organizing elections.
July 1991 Worked for a supermarket.
Until now Wrote a lot of other software, including ZNibbles (a multi-player network game running under X/Motif or X11, in pure C++), ViMmail (a unix mail reader under X/Motif with syntactic colorization in C++), ZylFree (a QWK BBS mail reader for Dos in C), ZylView (a very fast filelist browser in Pascal). Sources should be available soon.


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