Bruce Dailey
42148 Camino Santa Barbara Fremont, CA 94539
Mobile: 510-378-3033


Web development position utilizing my skills in localization, database and XML design and development for both small and large enterprises.

Professional Experience

Programmer Analyst Young's Market Co. Los Angeles, CA May 2005 - Apr. 2006
Development and administration of TM1 OLAP database and reporting infrastructure.
  • Development of OLAP (On-Line Analytical Processing) schemas for spirit and wine sales in the Western US and Hawaii.
  • Data Transformations from IBM DB2 databases to Microsoft SQL Server for display in Excel.
Web Developer jCiti Nagoya, Japan Dec. 2003 - May 2005
Web development for local businesses in Nagoya, Japan
  • Site for jCiti, includes classified ads and link exchange implemented with PHP/MySQL:
  • Site to showcase PHP, MySQL, Unicode and CSS-P:
  • Site for Gifu restaurant: This site is a HTML/Flash hybrid site.
  • Site for Nagoya restaurant: The site also utilizes a MySQL database to allow customers to enter their contact info for electronic coupons.
Software Engineer Ishida Taiseisha Nagoya, Japan Nov. 2002 - Dec. 2003
Planning, software development and offshore IT coordination
  • Translation Memory (TM) difference detecting engine: Completed a tool to highlight the portions of a document that have been modified by a translator, increasing editor productivity. Implemented using SAX to parse XML source data and XSL to output to HTML (Environment:ASP.NET/VB.NET/IIS 6)
  • XML Search engine for Denso Corp.'s TM database. Allows editors to search for specific words in the translation database. Project was allocated 3 months but was completed in 2 months. (Environment: Classic ASP/VBscript/IIS 5 on Denso Intranet)
  • Toyota Team21 - e-Learning for Toyota Automotive Technicians: Developed plan to move Toyota Europe's (TMME) e-Learning system from CD-ROM to an internet based system.
  • Local Part Management for Toyota EPC (Electronic Parts Catalog). Developed plan for the integration of local parts into the Toyota EPC for the US and Europe.
  • Toyota Best OCR (Overseas Customer Report): Coordinated work of ITP Thai development staff for this HTML project to measure overseas distributor's customer service levels.
IT Team Leader Oaklawn Marketing Nagoya, Japan Jun. 2000 - Oct. 2001
Managed IT section for a call center service provider
  • Reduced IT costs by 60%, primarily by creating reusable software objects for a client campaign's common requirements.
  • Trained and promoted two engineers to lead the software development and help desk sections.
  • Implemented CRM package integrating the company's internet, inbound and outbound customer operations.
  • Developed Media Bid/Buy ASP System: Allows buyers and sellers of media to perform their transactions over the internet.
Software Engineer Aspect Comm. San Jose, CA Dec. 1991 - Apr. 1999
  • Responsible for localization of call center user interface and voice components to Japanese
  • Coordinated testing of Japanese localized components with native speaker
  • Tools for managing and testing translation text and voice files using Visual Basic 5.0
  • Call processing functionality implementation required for Japanese market developed in C
  • IVR (Interactive Voice Response) reports in VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and Excel


B.A. Anthropology McGill University Montreal, Canada Jan. 1974 - May 1977
B.A. Computer Science University of Texas Austin, Texas Sep. 1977 - May 1979
JLPT, Level 3 Yamasa Institute Okazaki, Japan Apr. 1999 - May 2000


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