I've been using a wide range of tools in several branches of the dev world in the past 10 years:
In the Business Intelligence area I've start using Reporting services, crystal reports, Cognos, and with the technology boom and market needs I've moved to proclarity, business objects, Excel Add-ins / Microsoft .Net grids, and qlickview, on the Background development I've been using MS SQL 2000 throughout 2008 with both TSQL cod and MDX for SSAS (also 2000 / 2005 and 2008 R2).
For the R&D, i've been using .NET in Visual studio 2005, mainly in VB.Net, ASP.NET always in Data access solutions and also in reporting systems.
In MSSQL, I've created / migrated and adapted several DTS / SSIS solutions for several major clients in both UK and Spanish markets.
Concerning the project management tasks, MS project was and is my default tool to manage tasks times and cost -effectiveness in all my tasks and the ones of my resources, along with the Prince methodology and a good Time -sheet software to report acute time per resource per task
Hardware Technical knowledge- High Level
Programming Languages, Visual Basic, Pascal, Delphi, Visual Studio - High Level
Relational Databases, , Dbase, SybaseDB2, Access, output data interfaces like Crystal Reports , SQL Server Reporting Services, Microsoft Analysis Services , Business Intelligence platforms like SharePoint Portal or BizTalk HTML, and VBA. – High Level
Web development, HTML Java, HTM Style Sheets, Flash. – Basic Level
MS Office Suites, 95, 97,2000, XP, 2003, 2007, System Works – High Level
Network implementation and support, Win NT server, Win 2000/ 2003 server, UNIX y Novell. – High Level
.NET Development (Visual Basic) – High Level
Mind Soft Suites – Project Management Level
ProClarity Proj Environment - High Level
MS Project Suites – High Level
Documentum Suites – High Level
OLAP platforms- SQL/Oracle, Rep Services, Cognos – High Level