Name: CHOW Wing Siu (©Pºa²Ð)
Address: Computer Science Department, Hong Kong Baptist University
Email address: email@example.com
Birth date and place: 12 September 1970, Hong Kong
Marital Status: Single
Office: (852) 23395050
Mobile phone: (852) 92350876
ICQ: 10697379 Interests: workout, swimming, reading
1999-2001 MSc. Computer Science, City University of Hong Kong
1991-1996 BSc. (Hons) in Computing Studies (Information Systems), HK Baptist University
1991-1993 Senior Diploma, HK Baptist College
1989-1991 Kowloon Technical School
1983-1989 Lung Cheung Government Secondary Technical School
4 June 2001 - 1 August 2001 Certificate of Attendance for Course Authorized Academic Training Program (AATP) Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) Windows 2000 Full Track
2006-now Computer Systems Officer, Computer Science Department, Hong Kong Baptist university 1993-2005 Technician/Demonstrator, Computer Science Department, Hong Kong Baptist University
English: written and oral
Operating Systems: Solaris/SunOS, Linux (RedHat,SuSE,Slackware,CLE), FreeBSD, IRIX, Windows 98/NT/2000, IBM AIX (previously)
Programming languages: C, C++, Java, PERL, Shell Script, HTML
Database: Oracle 8/8i (Solaris/Linux), Oracle Application Server, Designer/Developer, MySQL
Networking: Cisco/Baynetwork switch, Firewall, Proxy, PPP/radius, network design
Accounting: LCCI Higher-level Holder (during high school)
Networking: TCP/IP, VPN, Switching, Routing, SSH2, FTP, SMTP, DHCP/BOOTP, POP3/IMAP, Samba
OS Admin: Solaris, FreeBSD, Linux, Windows NT/2000
Security: Computer/Network Security, Intrusion Detection
Others: Distributed Systems, Distributed Database Systems, System Integration, Database Connectivity
1. Since 1983, I had been one of the moderators for hk.* newsgroups.
2. The maintainer of anonymous ftp server which is one of the popular servers in the world.
3. I implement my propriatory printing quota for the department.
4. I implement my propriatory UNIX password sync (without NIS/NIS+) for the department.
5. I enable PHP3, XML, JSP, JDBC, Servlet, Oracle/MySQL-connectivity into my departmental web server.
I was previously trained in art/commerical field and interested in Economics/Accounting during high school. I studied at Hong Kong Baptist College (later HK Baptist University) in 1991 and City University of Hong Kong in 1999. The Bachelor degree course is a sandwich study (2 years full-time and 3 years part-time). Since 1993, I have joined the Computer Science Department at Hong Kong Baptist University as a Technician/Demonstrator. I was awarded a BSc (Hons) and MSc degree in Computer Science in 1996 and 2001 respectively.
The completion of Bachelor Degree help me learn about Information Systems and Software Engineering to become a System Analyst. My graduate learning led me to persue professional training which specializes in networking and distributed systems. The master degree is a well-known heavily loading course because of workshops and lots of projects. During the time of dissertation presentation, only 24 out of 60 students could firstly complete on schedule.
The Technician/Demonstrator is a junior position. My department had no computer officer or assistant computer officer post until 1998. However, my department head said that my skills and technical capabilities have been equivalent to the requirements of an Assistant Computer Officer or above. My job gives much advantages to my studies therefore I remain there. My primary dutes are UNIX system/network/database administrator, security expert, laboratory manager and partly the course tutor and user support.
I intend to welcome all job and working opportunities. Will there be a Ph.D.? Who knows. Currently I find the way to enrol the Master of Finance (in HKU?) or any one MBA programme. I am afraid of GMAT exams though.
1. Intrusion Detection of Denial of Service in a Distributed Environment by agents (Master degree Dissertation)
2. UNIX System Monitoring (Honours Project)
Availability and Expected Salary: one month notice and 30K+
Dr. Ernest LAM, Head and Associate Professor of Computer Science Department, Hong Kong Baptist University
Dr. TAM Hon-wah, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Department, HKBU (My supervisor)
Dr. Joseph NG, Associate Professor of Computer Science Department, HKBU