Hardware: Printers (Dot Matrix, Laser, Inkjet, Thermal, Barcode), Personal Computers. Troubleshoot and swap Printer and PC parts and components. Work with board layout Schematics, Circuit Diagrams, Serial/Parallel Communications (pin-outs, cabling, dip switches).
Operating Systems: MS-DOS/Windows/NT, IBM VM/SP (VM/CMS), DEC VAX/VMS, IBM MVS/TSO, Macintosh.
Microcomputer Software: Proficient in Microsoft Windows. Familiar with most popular commercial software for IBM/DOS, and Apple Macintosh.
Programming Languages (in order of proficiency): Pascal (Turbo, Standard, PascalVS, VMS Pascal). C, C++ (ANSI, C370). BASIC (Visual Basic, GWBASIC, Quick BASIC, WBASIC). IBM Command Procedure Languages: Rexx, EXEC2, EXEC. VAX Digital Command Language (DCL), APL.
Mainframes: IBM 4341, IBM 9370, VAX 8600, VAX 6310, VAX 750.
Mainframe Software: Waterloo SCRIPT, SPSS-X, MINITAB, GML, SYSPUB, RUNOFF, APL GRAPHPAK.
Other: hypertext specialist (Folio VIEWS, Windows Help files, HTML for World Wide Web design), TechSys voice automated technical support phone system (Intellisystems), SIR/SQL+, Novell Netware, Internet.
By the way, for anyone who cares, this Web Page was created within Windows Notepad and MS DOS Edit, and the graphics were doodled in Paintbrush then converted to GIF format in another application. I also used Mapedit (downloaded from Greyware). Most work was done at home on a 286/16 antique clone using Win 3.1 in standard mode (argh!), and then at work on a Pentium/66 running Win 3.11 for Workgroups.