DAVID R. ADASKIN
Challenging position in
Software Development with the opportunity to expand my
- 20+ years' experience working in various Software
in large and small teams.
- Expert-level skills in .NET, C#, Object Oriented
Design Patterns, XML, UML
- Proficient with WPF, Android Programming, Java, SQL, C++
- An efficient, independent worker and team player with
RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Freeslate, Inc (Acquired by
Unchained Labs, Pleasanton,
2014 – January 2017
Senior Software Engineer
Worked with a small team to
develop GUI and various other modules for the “GRUNT” Buffer Exchange
instrument for biologic formulation.
Developed modules for other
Unchained Labs software products to suport Freeslate and Freeslate Jr.
Worked with C#, .NET,WPF, and WCF.
Used XUnit to unit test critical modules.
Worked extensively with external XAML designers, Software
QA, Marketing and Biochemists.
Used Agile Scrum and Kanban project management
Varian Medical Systems, Palo Alto, CA
August 2013 – May 2014
Senior Software Engineer,
Designed, implemented and tested
subsystem software modules for service interface for Radiotherapy device used for
Worked with a cross–functional and geographically
Performed and participated in design reviews, code
reviews and test plan reviews.
Programmed in .NET and C# in Visual Studio using
BD Bioscience, San Jose, CA
June 2008 – August 2013
Senior Software Engineer, Immunocytometry Systems
Designed and implemented various
subsystems of the BD FACSuite flow cytometry software
used to control and interpret results from a Class II FDA regulated flow
Worked with a large(100+), culturally diverse team of developers and testers, co-located
- Used dependency injection and M-V-VM design patterns
with WPF to achieve
high degree of unit testing of all classes.
- Used NUnit and RhinoMocks in
- Programmed in .NET and C# in
VisualStudio. Using Agile development methods.
- Performed Design reviews,
code reviews, and test plan reviews
Symyx Technologies, Inc., Santa Clara, CA
October 2006 - April 2008
Software Engineer, Automation Group
Designed and implemented software
modules to support and extend Laboratory
Execution & Analysis (LEA) software to enable high-throughput combinational
chemical analysis in various research applications. These software modules
laboratory analytical equipment, directed automation robotics, and/or performed
use of C# and COM Interop, some VB.NET.
- Worked with Chemists and
Mechanical Engineers to design and implement
complex chemical reactor/analysis systems
Agilent Technologies, Inc., Palo Alto, CA
November 1999 - July 2006
Software Design Engineer, Integrated Bio Solutions - Gene Expression
Responsible for creating
software to control a proprietary DNA Microarray
Writer system. Involved in all phases of development: initial investigations,
proof of concept, development and deployment of a system capable of producing
DNA Microarrays for sale to external customers.
Awarded US Patent 7,875,463 "Generalized
Pulse Jet Ejection Head Control Model"
- Used Object Oriented Design techniques to
maximize reuse of core modules.
Extensive use of UML diagrams to explain software design.
- Developed code primarily in C++ with some tools
in Perl, Java, & C#.
- Applied standard Design Patterns and used STL
containers and algorithms where
- Developed a simple Vacuum controller interface
using a single-board computer
(Rabbit microprocessor) with a Dynamic Web GUI.
Hewlett-Packard Company, Santa Clara, CA
November 1996 - October 1999
Software Design Engineer, Instrument Support Solutions Division
Developed various software packages to support worldwide customer service
centers in performance verification and calibration of a wide variety of
Test and Measurement instrumentation. Developed CORBA Server in C++ on HP-UX
Java Swing GUI. Tested the Server with a Smalltalk CORBA client (VisualWorks).
Hewlett-Packard Company, Santa Clara, CA
July 1985 - October 1996
Software Design Engineer, California Semiconductor Test Operation
Developed verification software for a line of Low Power/Mixed Signal IC
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering,
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1985