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Oisze Lam's Resumé

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To develop user-friendly software in a creative environment that provides opportunities for advancement, team leadership, and utilizes my interest in web standards, marketing, and finance.

Computer Skills

Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD)
Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)

Developing and Implementing Web Applications with Microsoft® Visual C#™ .NET and Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET

Date Completed: September 30, 2005

Designing and Implementing Databases with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition

Date Completed: May 5, 2006

Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework

Date Completed: June 23, 2006


Applications and Databases


Linux, Windows 98/NT/2000/XP, Macintosh OS 9.x.


Sr. Business Analyst

Countrywide Capital Markets, Westlake Village, CA March 2007 — September 2008

Software Engineer/Business Analyst

Xelleration LLC, Irvine, CA March 2005 — February 2007

Web Developer Specialist, Torrance , CA October 2004 — March 2005

Consultant - Document Automation

Merrill Lynch, Irvine , CA June 2004 — August 2004

Resident Advisor

UC Irvine (Mesa Court Housing), Irvine , CA September 2003 — June 2004

Web Developer

UC Irvine (Career Center Tech. Department), Irvine , CA October 2002 — June 2004

Senior Assistant Webmaster / Computer Lab Assistant

LA Pierce College (InfoTech Dept.), Woodland Hills, CA March 2000 — June 2002


The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business

MBA, (Concentrations: Finance, Econometrics & Statistics)

Graduation: March 2011

University of California , Irvine

Bachelor of Science, Information and Computer Science
(Specialization: Computer Systems)

Graduation: September 2004 GPA: 3.66 Major GPA: 3.68
Cum Laude Latin Honors

Extracurricular and Awards


Multicycle Datapath and Control for MIPS Architecture

Designed, implemented, and synthesized a CPU with a memory component.

Sequential Logic Design

Generated a sequential circuit that inputs 16 bits and outputs the number of times the sequence of “101” appears in the bit string on a 7-segment display.

Reaction Timer

The reaction timer measures the time in tenths of a second of human reflexes. Reaction time was displayed on the 7-segment display and reaction speed was classified by lighting up LEDs using the FLEX10 device.

Morse Code Interpreter

The Morse Code Interpreter recognizes and displays the equivalent letter on the 7-segment display. The Interpreter component records the state of the input (a sequence of dots, dashes, and pauses) from the user.

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