|Michael E. Byczek, Technical Consultant|
Examples of my database administration and configuration experience:
MySQL relational model databases - CRUD (create, read, update, delete) interactions written in Python, Java, and C.
MongoDB document-oriented databases - CRUD (create, read, update, delete) interactions written in Python, C++, and NodeJS.
MySQL and PostgreSQL databases were installed on a Linux server with access by users running desktop and laptop-based Linux, Mac, and Windows systems.
LAMP (Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP) projects on the Amazon AWS EC2 virtual cloud with dynamic database access and SQL queries.
LAMP also administered on a local network and standard web hosting accounts
MEAN (MongoDB-ExpressJS-AngularJS-NodeJS) projects
Apple FileMaker database accessible on a local network with user accounts allowing the ability to manipulate particular files.
Legal case management using FileMaker to organize text, photographs, and multimedia files across a private company network.
Web services through iOS and Android apps based on JSON access to Internet-based MySQL databases.
HTML and PHP access to a MySQL database through a web interface and user log-in.
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) application connected to a MySQL database with a graphical interface to interact with the data.
Enterprise Java applications running MySQL on a Tomcat web server.
Oracle software with advanced SQL queries.
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