Name: Dragan Beocanin DOB: 20 Nov. 1965 Address: 311A Pacific Hwy Asquith NSW 2077 Australia Phone: Mobile (+61) 041 202 0329 Home (+61) (2) 9476 4226 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB Page: http://Beocanin.tripod.com
Master of Business and Technology (MBT)
The University of New South Wales, Graduate School of Engineering, Sydney, 2001.
M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering
Electrotechnical Faculty of Cyril & Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia, 1994.
B.Sc. B.Eng. in Computer Technology
Computer Science Department of Military Technical Academy, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1989.
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Australian Computer Society (grade MACS)
J Builder Client/Server, 5 days, INPRISE, Sydney 2000
Multi-tier Development, 3 days, INPRISE, Sydney 2000
Delphi 4 Advanced, 3 days, INPRISE, Sydney 1999
SQL Anywhere, 2 days, SYBASE Australia Pty. Ltd, Sydney 1998
Applying PMW, 2 days, INFACT Pty. Ltd., Sydney 1997
GUI Design, 2 days, Object Oriented Pty. Ltd., Sydney 1997
PowerBuilder Client/Server, 10 days, CSC Australia Pty. Ltd., Sydney 1996
Advanced Data Analysis Workshop, 3 days, DP Education Pty. Ltd., Sydney 1996
Business System Analysis & Redesign (CSC Catalyst), 4 days, CSC Australia Pty. Ltd., Sydney 1996
C++ Programming for C Programmers, 3 days, Object Oriented Pty. Ltd., Sydney 1996
SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Dragan Beocanin is an experienced IT professional with over 12 years in the IT
His current position is a System Consultant with Westpac Financial Services (WFS). Dragan is working in the WFS Retail Software Development business unit on development, maintenance and support of the existing Superannuation and Life Insurance System (CLOAS) used in Westpac. It is a MVS Cobol application accessing IMS database. Front end is a Windows application developed in DELPHI, accessing mainframe and IMS database via SNA and CICS/Cobol transactions. At the same time it accesses MS SQL Server (replicated Control Records) and Interbase local database. Dragan had a major role in redesign of the existing front end interface and development of new modules with additional functionality. Latest development included Multi Tier (MTS) Web application exposing some of the policy inquiring to the Intranet and potentially Internet.
For over three years Dragan was working with Computer Sciences Corporation Australia Pty. Ltd. in the capacity of the senior technical staff on development, maintenance and support of three Hospital Patient Administration and Billing Systems (MPAS/HOSPAS for patient administration, MBIL/HOSBIL for patient billing and MCLIN Dental and Speech Pathology Microcomputer Clinical system) used in public hospitals in NSW. MPAS and MBIL are Windows/DOS applications with some modules developed in DELPHI, Sybase, Btrieve, Crystal Reports, others in C, Btrieve and C-Worthy. HOSPAS and HOSBIL are equivalents of MPAS and MBIL developed in Cobol on the VAX mainframe. MCLIN is a DOS application developed in Paradox PAL language.
Dragan was working for over three months with EDUCOM Australia Pty. Ltd. He worked on development, maintenance and support of Data Record Management Software used in large organisations in Australia and US. Some modules have been developed in DELPHI, other in C++. It is highly Object Oriented, Client/Server, Platform Independent (Sybase, Oracle, Watcom) application.
Dragan was working for eight months with Centretech Computer Products Pty. Ltd. He completed a number of projects converting systems from C to DELPHI and developing new systems using DELPHI and C in the area of Data Record Management, Education Software, Freight Tracking Software, Image Handling.
Dragan had over six years overseas experience.
He was working for over three years as an Analyst/Programmer and Designer of Information Systems with A&D Trade, Sremska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia, where he gained solid experience developing Financial and Accounting Systems using C/C++, Clipper and Pascal.
For over three years Dragan was working as a Research Assistant/Lecturer with Computer Science Department of Military Technical Academy, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, where he gained strong theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of the Programming Languages, Theory of Programming, Designing of the Information Systems, Computer Graphic and Systems of Artificial Intelligence.
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY ( 11 years )
03/99 - present
01/98 - 03/99
10/97 - 01/98
03/96 - 10/97
06/95 - 02/96
06/92 - 03/95
02/89 - 05/92
1. "Neural Network Optimization Applying Genetic Algorithms",
Dragan Beocanin, M.Sc. Thesis, Electrotechnical Faculty of Cyril &
Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia, September 1994.
2. "Control of Mobile and Manipulative Robots in FMS environment Using Neural Networks ", Aneta Beocanin, Dragan Beocanin, 1st International Balkan IFAC-type Symposium ETAI, Ohrid, Macedonia, September 1993.
3. "Detection of Heart Malformation Using Error Back-Propagation Network", Borut Maricic, Andrija Hebrang, Dragan Beocanin, Josko Buljan, International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Washington, DC, USA, January 1990.
4. "Processing of Heart Shape Parameters Using Neural Network Architecture", Borut Maricic, Andrija Hebrang, Dragan Beocanin, Josko Buljan, 10th International Symposium on Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, October 1989.
5. "Detection of Heart Position on Radiographic Image", Borut Maricic, Dragan Beocanin, Josko Buljan, XXXIIIth Conference of Electronics, Telecommunications, Automation and Nuclear Engineering, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, June 1989.
6. "Data Extraction from a Digitalised Image", Dragan Beocanin, B.Sc. Thesis, Computer Science Department of Military Technical Academy, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, February 1989.
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