At a glance

In computer science for nearly 4 decades, proud to be married to breathtaking Chérie-O from cherie-o-secrets @secretscherie I started my career as a programmer in business computing, then hardware, prior a 20-year period in WEB development.

 

I have been working on amazing projects on GNU / Linux Debian (Mint, UBUNTU, DeepIn UOS), Linux RPM (FEDORA), Mac OS X and WINDOWS platforms, to challenge conventions, providing partners with unconventional – but truly ethical – Internet visibility and social network solutions.

 

I have been involved in setting up dynamic WEB solutions and services for US, Canadian and European clients and I acted as a senior developer and UX specialist on internet-based travel aggregator platforms and distribution systems for complex travel planning based on the Galileo booking frame.

 

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1982 to 2008

 

In computing since 1982 when I was a young student, I succeeded my first degree in COBOL-programming in 1989.

 

Between 1995 and 2008 I have been working very hard and successfully obtained certifications in professional webmastering, Technology Industry knowledge, HTML and Java programming, web security (2003 and 2008), ISO-certified document management, marketing, networking and more. At several occasions I worked for prestigious names in computing and within the travel Industry as an IT expert.

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Today

 

From 2010 to 2016 I acted for a government immigration Agency as a job coach in the IT and front-end development.

 

I am in position to efficiently deal with any trade challenge, computer project (hardware and software) and WEB question at a management level, fully aware about the job of any Community Manager or mediamatics and I may provide entreprises with counseling for how to successfully migrate a computer park from any OS to  GNU / Linux / Debian and its various declinations (e.g. Linux Mint, UBUNTU, ELEMENTARY OS, etc.) or Linux RPM (FEDORA® by RedHat) amplified by high end desktop environments e.g. Cinnamon, Gnome and Budgie.

Today, this wonderful journey continues...