I manage web oriented projects and lead developers to successful project launch. I am full of energy! If there is a problem to solve, there is a problem no more!
How can I help you ?
You are looking for Web oriented project manager with extended knowledge in Content management systems, Tiki Wiki and WikiSuite including IT Administration, Security and Database management background.
You need someone with deep process integration experience and creative problem solving abilities with positive attitude to meet objectives and budget.
You want someone you can trust with 20 years of consolidated experience which covers many fields including eCommerce, ERP/CRM, Social Networks, Mobile development, SEO, UI/UX, Servers and network administration.
My customers appreciate this !
Through a comprehensive understanding & analysis of both hardware and software I can integrate and take a lead as web development project leader / CIO / R&D executive on your behalf.
Bernard Sfezis made of.
I'm a hard worker, determined and passionate with enough experience to consider risks, objectives and evolving market reality. People like to work with me because I increase the amount of positive vibrations in the work place and I don't consider a problem a bad thing, but an opportunity to improve or enhance. I have strong morals and ethics and I'm someone you can trust. My customers and friends knows I uphold respect and loyalty in life as fundamental values.
Entrepreneurial and result-oriented I'm able to manage a project from end to end. Multidisciplinary adept with over 20 years of versatile experience I'm a fast learner and acquire new knowledge everyday. I enjoy serving my customers and acheiving goals working under SCRUM project/software management method. I'm involved in Open-Source & FLOSS projects and an active contributor to the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware (Consultant and http://www.plutora.com/blog/the-definitive-hiring-guide-for-an-application-release-manager/).
- Real ability to listen and understand customer's needs.
- Proven focus on getting the work done and things pushed forward.
- Multilingual solution specialist including right to left and exhotic language encoding.
- Proven ability to manage developer team (local or global).
- Strong discipline and commitment (Scrum/Agile explicit requirement).
- Solution designer including architecture, workflow and technical specifications.
- Experience in Big Data (SQL and NoSQL database) and backup/security patterns.
Bernard Sfez skills, knowledge and customers
Bernard Sfezblog and publish content from time to time.
Today I’m live from the 2018 Montreal WikiSuite unconference that this year is sided with the Tikifest.
Yesterday we kind of regroup with all the member of the project and the Tiki community that land from all over the world. Folks from Japan, England, France, Portugal, Czech Republic, Israel, Netherland and we all joined with part of the local Canadian team that organised everything so we just blend in. Thanks you again Nathalie, Charles and Marc of course !
- Why there is a specific feature to store files in Tiki
- How it looks and how to use it
- How to customize the listing and display,
- I'll show you the File Galleries feature in Tiki control panel parameters and options,
- An overview of some advanced options,
- How to use files from a file gallery in a wiki page,
- To summarize this tutorial I'll show you how Tiki search is able to retrieve information from within a file.
Following a first wave of corrections and small improvement from Tiki 18 to 18.1 the Tiki community announced the release a new version for it main flagship.
Based on first test and install this version is the state of the art of Tiki and fixes dozens of regressions, add technical enhancements and visual improvement while preserving Tiki integrity and continuous compatibility. It is also part of a security updates back-ported to Tiki 15.7 and Tiki 12.14. This release was led by Roberto Kirschbaum and John Bradley with the help of other members of the community. It is strongly suggested to update your Tiki !
You can download it at : https://tiki.org/Download
- What is the Wiki syntax
- How to use it, inline or with the help of the toolbar buttons
- Where to find the online help available once in the edit mode
- An overview of the advanced usages of the Wiki syntax
- The Editing and Plugin control panel parameters and options
- Finally we’ll create together a wiki page using what we’ve just learned
Some other interesting links
Bernard Sfezby email : me at bsfez.com.