Full name : B.J. Muijzer First name : Bart Nickname : Bartm Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Work Address : Sun Microsystems Nederland B.V. Saturnus 1 3824 ME Amersfoort The Netherlands Phone : +31-33-4515218 (work) : +31-74-2505582 (home) GSM : +31-620-498822 Fax : +31-33-4515001 (work) SMS : email@example.com (subject only) Resume : [html] [pdf] (Curriculum Vitae, updated: June 15, 2005)
I graduated from the Hogeschool Enschede, HIO department in June 1989.
From January 1991 till February 1997 I was the systems and network
administrator at the
Image Sciences Institute,
part of the Utrecht University, and a member of the technical staff.
Then I moved to the University Hospital Utrecht (AZU) and became a member of the Systems and Networking Group which in turn is part of the IT Department of the AZU. My task was what they called "providing second line support" which means helping out the helpdesk with really obscure problems. I also was responsible for the mail, news, DNS and DHCP server and maintained the firewall to the Internet.
On July 1, 1999 I joined Sun Microsystems as an Systems Engineer (Technical Account Manager as we Dutch call it) in the Telco-foundation Team. This pre-sales position meant that together with two Sales Account Managers I supported one so called "foundation account", which in my case was Lucent Technologies.
In July 2001, I became a Technology Systems Engineer (TSE), with a focus on clustering solutions. And in february 2002 I reached the level of "Availability specialist" which means that my primary focus is on High Availability solutions.
Currently, I am a Solutions Architect with a strong focus on Solaris and SunCluster.
I married my wife Bernie (< firstname.lastname@example.org>) in August 1998 and now we got a son (Lennart, April 1999, < email@example.com>), a daughter (Brechtje, January 2001, < firstname.lastname@example.org>) and another son (Tije, May 2004 < email@example.com>).
My nickname was given to me the first day I started working at Utrecht University. It is "bartm", pronounced as "bartem", and it was given to me to eliminate all mixing up with a collegues who's also called "Bart". When I moved to the hospital, I took my nickname with me, because no less than two other Barts were working at the same group! At Sun, there's currently no need to use it, but I'll listen to it anyways :-)
To get to know me inside out, here's in short what I've done so far.
I have been involved with InterWorks-NL, the Dutch Technical Users Group for HP machines. In those days it was called "HP DutchWorks". I was a board member during 1997 and 1998 and together with Jaap Kooman and Erik Platzbecker I maintained the Interex Web server. Needless to say, my involvement with this group stopped since I joined Sun Microsystems.
Between July 1 1999 and about halfway 2003, I was a board member of the NLUUG, the UNIX Users Group - The Netherlands.