& Software Development
Ing. Roland Stiel
A-3012 Wolfsgraben, Edi Linser-Str. 26
mobil: +43(0664)5441816 email: Roland.Stiel@stiel.at
My Fact File
|That's me :-)||
|Date of birth||August 24th, 1965 in Vienna|
|Hobbies / Interests||sport: tennis, soccer, skiing, cycling / technics maniac / travelling|
|Marital status||married with Doris, 3 children
Annika, Stefanie and Jakob
|Education||elementary school, secondary modern school, engineering school, special subject: electrical engineering, A-level|
|Career||1985-1989 system software developer at Siemens PSE
1989-1990 network adminstrator at EDS
1990-... trade licence for data processing, working as free-lance software developer (system programmer)
|Computer systems||Siemens OSD (BS2000), Digital VMS, Microsoft Windows, IBM OS/400, IBM OS/390 (MVS), a little bit of Unix|
|Computer languages||Mainframe Assembler, Cobol, C, C++, Pascal, Microsoft VBA, Java unfortunately still learning|
|Standardsoftware||Microsoft Office, MS Visual C++, SAP R/3 Base, SQL Server, Oracle, ...|
What can I offer you ?
My software-product "RSMAIL-Send"
for the operating systems OS/390 (MVS), OS/400, OSD (BS2000).
The application's emphasis of this utility program lies on the automatic sending of (Internet) mails from batchjobs. As a result, the mailclient on the desktop becomes an information-centre for the above specified operating systems. Have the mail call your attention to good or bad events of certain jobs. Distribute the data among costumers via the series-mail function ...
No SMTP server of the respective operating system is required, the server available in LAN can be used.
You want to download a trial version or the product's documentation (Adobe Acrobat PDF).
"BS2-Tools" for the operating
An extension of the $DIALOG-surface for the "Siemens" operating system with object-orientated processing.
Data files, PLAM-libraries, job variables as well as tasks (job and spool) can be worked on as objects.
Being an assembler-specialist
on the BS2000-Mainframe, I can help you with your problems.
Do you still use old assembler-modules in your computing centre?
Isn't there anybody left who can read and understand them?
The answer on these questions is Roland Stiel ...
I have programmed in
Microsoft Visual C++ on Windows
for some years.
I mainly work on client/server projects, actually on communication via the net. Therefore, I have got profound knowledge of TCP/IP resp. of the programming of the socket-interface. Naturally, you can also ask me about the Win32-SDK, and you will get an answer. MFC, too, doesn't sound Greek to me.
is a product of UC4 Software GmbH
I work as software developer for this product. If you have a computing centre with more than one operating system platform and you want them to be automated in some areas, you should have a close look at this product. Details can be found on the homepage of UC4 Software GmbH .
Changed on January 7th, 2005
Mail to Roland.Stiel@stiel.at