Résumé of Jeff Silverman

924 20th AVE E
Seattle, WA, 98112-3507
(206) 329-1094 (home)
(253) 459-2318 (Cell)





I have years of experience running computers from running 1,300 servers at Real Networks to a single scientific application for the United States Forest Service. I have some experience running MySQL. My experience is illustrated in specific accomplishments below.



I would like to use Python for some sort of operational or testing task.  However, if a Natural Language Processing opportunity or a scientific programming opportunity came my way, I would certainly take it.



Amazon  2017-present

Write tools to analyze the configurations of network devices in Amazon’s AWS network.

Juniper Networks, December 2016-August 2017

Write automatic test software to accelerate testing of new operational software in Juniper switches and routers.

Maxset LLC, June 2016-March 2017

Chief Technical Officer (CTO)

Impinj, August 2016-September 2016

Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET)

Tommy Bahama, January 2016-June 2016

Linux and unix system Engineer

The Walt Disney Company, March 2015-November 2015
DevOps engineer

UIEVolution, December 2014-February 2015
System Administrator

Sweetlabs, June 2014-October 2014
Systems Engineer

Google Widevine Youtube Content Protection, Kirkland, Washington June 2013-June 2014

Linux System Administrator – non standard infrastructure

Google Compute Engine, Seattle, Washington April 2012-March 2013

Developer Support Specialist

F5 Networks Product Development, Seattle, Washington March 2011-March-2012

Test Engineer

F5 Networks customer support, Seattle, Washington November 2006-March 2011

Network Support Engineer


For a list of presentations I have given and documentation I am writing, please refer to my
portfolio page, http://www.commercialventvac.com/portfolio.html.  See my github repository.



Certificate Amazon Web Services (AWS), University of Washington, June 2014

Certificate Python Programming, University of Washington, June 2011

B.S. Physics, Harvey Mudd College


D. Beeman, J. Silverman, R. Lynds and M.R. Anderson, “Modeling studies of amorphous carbon,” Phys. Rev. B30, 870 (1984).