Matthew Caron
(518) 883-7167


Experienced technologist familiar with various flavors of Linux, specifically with regards to utilizing them in small-footprint embedded systems and high-availability server environments. Wide and varied experience encompassing many aspects of system specification, acquisition, integration, maintenance, programming, and deployment.

Desiring a position as part of a team which develops new technologies, extends existing products and delivers solutions engineered to a high level of excellence.


University Of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI - May 2002

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Dean's List, Centennial Scholarship


GNU/Linux (Most recently Ubuntu, but also RedHat/Fedora, Debian and Gentoo), MS-DOS, MS Windows, Solaris, HTML, JavaScript, Java, AJAX, JSON, XML, SOAP, TEX, LATEX, C, C++, C#, D, Mono/.NET, Perl, BASH, TCSH, PHP, Python, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, SQLite, Make, git, Subversion, Trac, Sendmail, Exim, Dovecot, VNC, Emacs, TCP/IP, GCC, Virtualbox, VMWare, KVM, OOP Design Patterns, Agile, U-Boot, Logic Analyzers (Tektronix, Saleae), $\mu$C/OS-II RTOS.


Sixnet / Red Lion Controls, Ballston Lake, NY - November, 2008 - present.

Build Engineer / Engineering IT

IMT Services Corporation, Inc., Warwick, RI - October, 2005 - November, 2008

Developer & Systems Administrator

Integrated Solutions, Inc., Phoenixville, PA - November, 2004 - October, 2005

Developer & Technical Writer

Atlantek, Inc./Zebra-Atlantek, Inc., Wakefield, RI - May 2002 - November 2004

Driver Development Manager (July 2003 - November 2004)

Printer Firmware Developer (Dec 2002 - July 2003)

Printer Driver Developer (May 2002 - Dec 2002)

URI Department Of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Kingston, RI - Sept 1999 - May 2002

Systems Administrator (Student Employee)

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