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ERIC PERRON
9 rue Henri-Gauthier, Gatineau, Québec, J8X 1A7
Phone : (613) 293-8619
Email: email@ericperron.com

To Whom It May Concern,

Since 1998, I have continually challenged myself against available technologies so as to deliver state of the art
solutions and services to internal or external stakeholders. Over time, I have acquired extensive experience in
the following roles for which I can function as a Senior (Level 3) Consultant:

        RIA (Flash/Flex) Developer
        Solution Developer/Architect
        Web Designer/Developer
        Technical Business Analyst
        Web/Multimedia Technical Support Specialist
        GUI Specialist

Though my skill set is indeed broad, it is with Adobe Flash that I have continually perfected myself while my
experience and accomplishments have grew with the technology. As a result, I have been recognized as a vital
asset in the success of RIA (Rich Internet Application) projects not only due to my in-depth knowledge of this
technology, but also due to my understanding of other technologies on which it relies.

You will find attached to this letter a copy of my resume.

Thank you for your consideration,

ERIC PERRON




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                                                  ERIC PERRON
                                    9 rue Henri-Gauthier, Gatineau, Québec, J8X 1A7
                                                 Phone: (613) 293-8619
                                                 email@ericperron.com


SUMMARY
       Renowned for delivering valuable services in a wide spectrum of technologies and professional
        aptitudes.
       Analytical and logical mind that excels at finding resourceful solutions in a timely manner.
       Strategic thinker that anticipates possible outcomes
       Self driven and reliable individual with a strong passion for new technologies.
       Effective communicator with a record of success working within in a variety of environments.
       Flash/Flex expert with more than 12 years experience in providing services to internal and external
        customers and partners.
       A strong character with a well known resilience; persistently evolving, even in tense and critical
        conditions.

Fluently Bilingual – written and spoken (French and English)


WORK EXPERIENCE (OVERVIEW)
For project descriptions, please see the "Work experience (Projects)" section.

 2009 - Present         IMP Group, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Ottawa office)

                           Senior Solutions Developer / Business Analyst
                           Specialized in Flash/Flex/RIA development.
                           Highly skilled resource for Adobe LiveCycle Solutions working with Java, LiveCycle
                            Forms, and .Net.
                           Provide professional service to enterprise clients
                           Research and development of RIA
                           Analysis of business processes so as to modernize and re-engineer current
                            solutions supporting them.


 2007 - 2009            Adobe Systems Inc, Ottawa, Ontario

                           Highest level of technical support on Flash and related products.
                           Sustained a high level of customer satisfaction by providing technical assistance
                            and managing corporate situations through to problem resolution.
                           Reliably identified developmental needs and addressed knowledge gaps by
                            engaging in ongoing knowledge and skills development.
                           Recognized by management as a Star Performer of the Adobe’s Center of
                            Excellence.
                           Responsible for regular communication with the Technical Support Manager, peers
                            from within the Technical Support and Customer Services organizations and
                            members of Adobe’s Field Sales teams.

 2001 - 2007            CFORP, Ottawa, Ontario

                           Played an essential role in the organization’s success by producing high quality web
                            applications and utilities to sizable organizations such as Ontario’s Ministry of
                            Education, FARE, SAMFO, AGEFO, ROPFO.
                           Successfully conveyed technical expertise to organizational leaders by analyzing
                            available statistical data and balancing new technologies against end-user’s
                            requirements.
                           Optimized workflow by researching and studying alternative solutions.
                           Provided time estimates for the production of various projects.
                           Overlooked the production of courses and digital media sent across the province of
                            Ontario.
                           Projects included website, web application, courses intended for portable devices,
                            games, tools used by team members, templates, etc.

                        Examples: http://www.ericperron.com/portfolio2.asp. The password is: ep2006.




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 1998 - present          Consultant

                            Through the years, I have worked on a variety of projects as a consultant.
                            Effectively managed and produced projects involving web technologies.
                            Produced web applications, web sites, flash tools, tutorials, multimedia activities,
                             and consulting.
                            Clients includes: Akatia Technologies, HL Consulting Inc; Moi j’apprends, Gemdirect
                             Distribution, CFORP, Orleans Bakery, Mell’s Home Maid.


IT SKILLS
 Core Skills:      Experienced with full software development cycle
                   Troubleshooting skills in a web development environment
                   Solid understanding of the Web and Web technologies

 Technologies     Adobe:                                             Web Development:
                     Flash, Flex, Action Script                        Java, JSP, PHP, VB Script, MY SQL, ADO
                     LiveCycle Workbench/Designer                      IIS, ASP, .Net, MS Access
                     LiveCycle Data Service (LCDS)                     Visual Basic, C, ColdFusion
                     Flash Media Server (FMS)                          Visual Studio, Eclipse
                     Master Creative Suite CS5                         SCORM/AICC
                       (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Photoshop,           More:
                       InDesign, etc.)                                Windows, Mac, Linux OS
                                                                      Web browsers
                  Web Design:                                         VMware, WireShark and other
                    HTML, XHTML, XML, XLS, CSS, Java Script           troubleshooting tools
                                                                      Microsoft Office Pro

 Additional          Understand and adhere to the technical “best practices” and guidelines for content creation.
 Skills:             Optimize code for performance
                     Module design / object-oriented programming (OOP)
                     Graphical User Interface Design



 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
2009 to 2010: Internal Training at IMP Solutions Inc.     2005: Certified Flash Developer MX 2004, Virtual
 Adobe Max (1 Week in L.A. On Oct 2010)                  University Enterprise
 Adobe LiveCycle Designer (3 days)
                                                          1999: Certified Information Officer, Government of
2007 to 2009: Internal Training at Adobe System Inc.      Canada
 Adobe Flash CS3 Action Script 3                          Obtained while working as a phone representative
 Adobe Flex 3                                               for the Bank of Canada, this certification is a
 Adobe Flash Media Server 2                                 testimony to my aptitudes pertaining to
 Adobe Captivate CS3                                        communication in both French and English.
 Color Management and Camera RAW
 First Aid                                               1998 to 1999: University of Ottawa, Software
 SCORM and AICC                                          Engineering
                                                           C Language
2001 to 2006: Internal Training at CFORP                   Software Algorithms
 Understanding MS Office 2007 and the open xml
   file format                                            1995 to 1998: Gloucester High School, OSSD
 Action Script 2.0 and Object Oriented Programming        OAC completed
 Using the Adobe Creative Suite CS3                       Pascal and C programming
 JavaScript Advanced Programming                          QuickBasic programming
                                                           DOS


OTHER SKILLS
      Organized and detail-oriented                          Innovative and creative mind
      Excellent communication skills                         Strong mathematical and analytical aptitudes




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REFERENCES
References are available upon request.




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ANNEXE A - WORK EXPERIENCE (PROJECTS)
                                                 OVERVIEW
1    1998   Web Site: Mell’s Home Maid                      Mell’s Home Maid          4 months

2    1999   Web Site: SG Printing                           SG Printing               4 months

3    1999   Web Site: Orleans Bakery                        Orleans Bakery            6 months

4    2000   Web Site: Renouvo                               Renouvo                   4 months

5    2000   Corporate Web Site.                             Soulard Enterprises Inc   6 months

6    2001   Online Courses                                  CFORP, SAMFO              4 years

7    2004   CMS Transition                                  CFORP                     2 months

8    2005   Learning Object Management System               CFORP, SAMFO              2 years

9    2006   Web Site: BookGem                               BookGem BookHolders       6 months

10   2007   "Mets Tes Cartes" And "Homophonie"              Moi J'apprend             6 months

11   2007   N.A. T2 Creative Suite Technical Support        Adobe Systems Inc.        2 years

12   2008   ePowerBilling                                   Akatia Technologies Inc   2 years

13   2008   Web Site: Mell’s Home Maid                      Mell’s Home Maid          1 month

14   2009   Web Site: ePowerBilling                         Akatia Technologies Inc   4 months

15   2009   PDF Packager                                    Telus                     3 months

16   2009   Proof of Concept                                Agriculture Canada        2 month

17   2010   Proof of Concept                                Environment Canada        1 month

18   2010   Proof of Concept                                Agriculture Canada        1 month

19   2010   Form Portal and Sample Form                     DFAIT                     2 weeks

20   2010   NCPR Form                                       IMP Aerospace             3 months

21   2010   Class Two                                       CNSC                      2 months

22   2010   Timeline                                        CNSC                      8 months

23   2010   Interactive Capsules                            CFORP                     3 months

24   2010   Incident Management Reporting System (IMRS)     CBSA                      5 months




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(1) 1998. Web Site: Mell’s Home Maid. (Mell’s Home Maid. - 4 Months)
Sept 1998 - January 1999

Description: Mell’s Home Maid is a small cleaning company who required a simple bilingual web site.

Tasks:
     Gather requirements from client
     Produce web site
     Create a special navigation bar using a Java applet

 Technologies                                       Software
   DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Java applet        Fireworks, DJ Studio

(2) 1999. Web Site:Sg Printing. (SG Printing Inc. - 4 Months)
February 1999 - June 1999

Description: SG Printing was a small print shop who wanted to have a state of the art web site. The web site
would involve demonstrating their latest creations while combining Flash and HTML within an innovative frame
for the time.

Tasks:
        Gather requirements from client
        Take pictures of the company's establishment and surroundings
        Produce interactive content
        Produce web site
        Produced a flash introduction and also produced the musical mix for this introduction.
        Extensively used AJAX in order to present client’s products in an interactive manner.

 Technologies                                       Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                       Flash Professional 5
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript                Fireworks, Photoshop
                                                     DJ Studio

(3) 1999. Web Site: Orleans Bakery. (Orleans Bakery Inc. - 6 Months)
June 1999 - January 2000

Description: Orleans Bakery was a small bakery who wanted to have a state of the art web site. The web site
would involve demonstrating their latest creations with 4 versions: French, English, flash, and HTML. Though the
company was small, the project was sizable due to the complexity of the task at hand.

Tasks:
        Gather requirements from client
        Take pictures of the company's establishment and surroundings
        Alter digital images to as to add interactivity
        360 Panoramic view
        Produce interactive content
        Produce web site
        Produce a musical mix

 Technologies                                       Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                       Flash Professional 5
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript                Fireworks, Photoshop
                                                     DJ Studio




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(4) 2000. Web Site: Renouvo. (Renouvo. - 4 Months)
February 2000 - June 2000

Description: Renouvo was a company that would build house in the area of St-Hilaire (Qc). In order to sell these
houses, they required a Web site that would be in HTML and have a small Flash introduction.

Tasks:
        Gather requirements from client
        Take pictures of the company's build houses and surroundings
        Alter digital images. For instance, ad grass where there was no lawn.
        Produce interactive content
        Produce web site
        Produce a musical mix for the introduction
        Produce web site
        Produce a musical mix for the introduction

 Technologies                                       Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                       Flash Professional 5
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript                Fireworks, Photoshop
                                                     DJ Studio

(5) 2000. Corporate Web Site. (Soulard Enterprises Inc. - 6 Months)
Oct 2000 - April 2001

Description: Soulard was an enterprise that comprised three major departments: Window Cleaning, Equipment
Rental, Bird Control. In a bid to place their services and products on the internet, Soulard had a web site
produced that, like the company itself, was large in size.

Tasks:
        Gather requirements from client
        Take pictures of the company's establishment and surroundings
        Alter digital images to as to add interactivity
        Produce interactive content
        Produce web site
        Produce a musical mix for the introduction

 Technologies                                       Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                       Flash Professional 5
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript                Fireworks, Photoshop
                                                     DJ Studio


(6) 2001. Online Courses (CFORP, SAMFO - four years)
Nov 2001 - Nov 2005

Description: Through the SAMFO program, the province of Ontario has offered hundreds of courses to French
speaking students across the province. These course would be presented in HTML format while interactive
portions had been made in either dynamic HTML or Flash. As the complexity of the flash interactive objects
would increase, so did the skills required to make them a reality.

Sample:
    A good number of these interactive objects can be found at http://www.ericperron.com/portfolio2.asp.
       The password is: ep2006.

Tasks:
        Developed hundreds of Interactive learning Objects using Flash and Dynamic HTML
        Managed the content of hundreds of thousands of pages
        Provided technical guidance in strategic decisions
        Gathering and detailing project requirements with clients


 Technologies                                       Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script 1, 2.0                Flash Professional, Fireworks, Photoshop,
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, VB               other creative suite products
    Script,                                          MS Office Pro, Word Perfect
   IIS, ASP, MS Access, SQL



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(7) 2004. CMS Transition (CFORP - two months)
Mai 2004 - June 2004

Description: CFORP had been using a Content Management System (CMS) for a few years before it chose to
make its transition to the CMS it is presently using. However, this transition would not be painless as hundreds
of thousands of HTML pages were involved. As the content format provided by the first CMS did not match the
format of the second one, a solution had to be created in order to automatically reformat all content.
Additionally, as a great deal of content had been copy-pasted from MS Word, the solution had to be able to
clean up content that would not transpose without issues.

Tasks:
     Gather requirements for the solution to be delivered.
     Provide strategic guidance to management as to the usability of such solution.
     Develop and execute solution in order to treat all content provided.

 Technologies                                      Software
   ASP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, DHTML, XML          IIS 6


(8) 2005. Learning Object Management System (CFORP, SAMFO - two years)
June 2005 - June 2007

Description: Online Content Management System that manages and produces Interactive Learning Object in
Flash. As the number of similar learning objects were requested, it has become necessary to produce a
generator that would allow content owners - such as teachers - to produce their own interactive objects. Using
this system, the following type of Interactive objects can be generated: (1) Drag And Drop Association games,
(2) Multiple Choice Questions, (3) Open questions, (4) Crossword Puzzles.

Sample
    http://www.ericperron.com/examples/metstescartes/

Tasks:
 Technologies                                      Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script 2.0                  Flash Professional CS3
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, VB           Fireworks
    Script,
   IIS, ASP, MSAccess, SQL


(9) 2006. Web Site: BookGem. (BookGem Book Holders. - 6 Months)
April 2006 - October 2006

Description: BookGem was a startup company who wanted to sell bookholders online and thus, required to
have an ecommerce web site that would present and sell their product online.

Tasks:
     Gather requirements from client
     Take pictures of the company's product and produce a 360 degree view of the product allowing user to
       rotate the product at will.
     Produce web site.
     Connect to client’s banking system so as to pass transaction.
     Produce invoices and emails for customers who bought the product.

 Technologies                                      Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                      Flash Professional
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript               Fireworks, Photoshop, dreamweaver



(10) 2007. "Mets Tes Cartes" And "Homophonie" (Moi J'apprend, six months)
June 2007 - [pause] - Nov 2010

Description: The community center "Moi, J'apprend" has produced educational card games allowing learners to
spell and understand the meanings of various words of the French language. As a result, this project was about
bringing these games to the digital world as Flash Interactive Games. The most complex and compelling of the
two games is without a doubt "Mets Tes Cartes" which involved 12 individuals that were required

Tasks:

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       Designed and developed games
       Gathered and details project requirements with client
       Recorded, edited and sliced audio content
       Quality Assurance on own work.
       Managed 12 individuals in performing various tasks.

 Technologies                                      Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script 2.0                  Flash Professional, Fireworks, Photoshop
   XML                                             Audition, Soundbooth

(11) 2007. N.A. T2 Creative Suite Technical Support (Adobe Systems Inc. - two years)
June 2007 - June 2009

Description: Provided technical support at highest level available to Adobe Customers.

Tasks:
    Highest level of technical support on Flash and related products.
    Sustained a high level of customer satisfaction by providing technical assistance and managing corporate
       situations through to problem resolution.
    Reliably identified developmental needs and addressed knowledge gaps by engaging in ongoing
       knowledge and skills development.
    Recognized by management as a Star Performer of the Adobe’s Center of Excellence.
    Responsible for regular communication with the Technical Support Manager, peers from within the
       Technical Support and Customer Services organizations and members of Adobe’s Field Sales teams.
    Interacted with other teams such as LiveCycle, PDF, Connect and Flex in troubleshooting issues where
       technologies were overlapping.

 Technologies                                      Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                      Flash Professional
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, VB           Fireworks, Photoshop
    Script,                                         Dreamweaver
   JBoss                                           LiveCycle Designer, Captivate, Director,
   Flash Media Server, Flex                           Creative Suite Master Collection,
                                                       Contribute, Adobe Connect
                                                    Wireshark


(12) 2008. ePowerBilling (Akatia Technologies Inc - two years)
June 2008 - June 2010

Description: In order to meet the needs of its clients, Akatia Technologies has developed a Software as a Service
(SaaS) that empower medium sized companies to manage their billing processes. Key features are its Business
Rules Manager, its ability to take payments, to generate invoices using an online Report Designer and valuable
efficiency through grid computing.

Sample
    http://www.ePowerBilling.com

Tasks:
     Web Development and production
       o Produce the entire web site
       o Edited content placed on web site
     Development
         Develop Flex Forms within ePowerBilling
         Styled entire interface
         Produced code libraries to be used across the platform
         Produced a flash based Business Rule Diagram Editor
     Consulting
         Managed business logistic such as hosting servers, web mail, conferencing, etc.
         Produced business documents such as the terms of services

 Technologies                                      Software
   Action Script 3, XML                            Flash Professional CS5, Flex 3 and 4
   HTML, DHTML, CSS,                               Dreamweaver CS5, Fireworks, Photoshop
   .Net, SQL, MS SQL                                  and other creative suite products.
                                                    Visual Studio Express 2010



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(13) 2008. Web Site: Mell’s Home Maid. (Mell’s Home maid Inc. - 1 Months)
August 2008 - September 2008

Description: Produced a small web site for Mell’s Home Maid providing information on company’s products and
services. The website menu is in flash.
Tasks:
     Gather requirements from client
     Produce interactive content
     Produce web site

 Technologies                                      Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                      Flash Professional
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript               Fireworks, Photoshop
                                                    Dreamweaver

(14) 2008. Web Site: ePowerBilling. (Akatia Technologies Inc. - 4 Months)
August 2008 - September 2008

Description: Produced a web site for ePowerBilling and Akatia Technologies Inc using the same template. The
web site also used a Flash shopping cart allowing users to purchase a subscription to epowerbilling through the
web site.

Tasks:
     Gather requirements from client
     Produce interactive content
     Produce web sites

 Technologies                                      Software
   Adobe Flash, Action Script                      Flash Professional
   XML, DHTML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript               Fireworks, Photoshop
                                                    Dreamweaver

(15) 2009. PDF Packager (Telus, three months)
Oct 2009

Description: In the course of one of their business processes, a PDF document had to be packaged based on
dynamic content and documents. As the requirements were specific to this business process and that the
content was gathered from various platforms, cross technologies work and consulting was involved.

Tasks:
     Produce a LiveCycle Component using Java
     Assist client in communicating with LiveCycle Server from a .Net server
     Provide a packaged solution to integrate on .Net server

 Technologies                                      Software
   Java 1.6, iText Library, .Net, XML, XSLT,       LiveCycle 8.2, Workbench, Eclipse, Visual
                                                       Studio Express 2008.




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(16) 2009. Proof of Concept (Agriculture Canada - two month)
Oct 2010 - Dec 2009

Description: In a bid to digitalize a paper process, Agriculture Canada has requested a POC so as to determine
how LiveCycle could be used in order to connect PeopleSoft and other others systems that they have. Moreover,
a key factor of this POC was to demonstrate the dynamic abilities of a PDF File.

Tasks:
        Identify, gather and analyze business requirement.
        Setup virtual machine with LiveCycle
        Design Processes within Adobe LiveCycle.
        Design and develop a highly interactive form
        Design and develop a custom component that facilitates the transfer of data between a LiveCycle
         Designer form and the LiveCycle Server.
        Set up connection to remote database using Oracle ODBC.
        Produce a dynamic HTML form which sent and received information from and to external web services.

 Technologies                                      Software
   Java 1.6, XML, XSLT, Javascript, HTML,          LiveCycle ES2, Workbench, Eclipse (Flex)
    DHTML, PDF, LiveCycle
   Flex 3, Action Script 3, LCDS

(17) 2010. Proof of Concept (Environment Canada, one month)
Dec 2009 - January 2010

Description: In the course of a business process, Environment Canada has a requirement to communicate with a
great number of users through various methods, namely: Paper, stand alone digital forms, Internet forms, fax,
email and online submissions. So as to demonstrate that this was indeed possible, the client required a Proof of
concept.

Tasks:
        Identify, gather and analyze business requirement.
        Design Processes within Adobe LiveCycle.
        Design and develop Interactive Forms
        Provide a report on discoveries and lessons learned.
        Design and develop interactive web portal
        Design and develop an XSLT Assembler to simplify the management of complicated xml schemas.
        Provide a Vision Paper on how Environment Canada could redirect their organization.

 Technologies                                      Software
   Java 1.6, XML, XSLT                             LiveCycle ES2, Workbench, Eclipse,
                                                    LiveCycle Form Designer

(18) 2010. Proof of Concept (Agriculture Canada - one month)
February 2010 - March 2010

Description: The goal of this POC was to demonstrate that dynamically generated Flex Charts could be
introduced within a PDF file as a picture.

Tasks:
     Use LCDS (LiveCycle Data Services) with Java to connect to a LiveCycle Process that would provide the
       required data to the Flex Application.
     Send a screenshot of the generated chart
     Produce server side script required to convert produce data to JPG and send to the appropriate
       LiveCycle Processes.

 Technologies                                      Software
   Java 1.6, XML, XSLT                             LiveCycle ES2, Workbench, Eclipse,
                                                    LiveCycle Form Designer




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(19) 2010. Form Portal and Sample Form (DFAIT - two weeks)
May 2010

Description: A great number of paper based could be moved to electronic version. However, before going
further, client needed to confirm that the appropriate systems could be contacted and that Flex could be an
appropriate platform for their front end.

Tasks:
        Offer suggestions and observations on proposed solution
        Create a report chart based on information received from a LiveCycle process.
        Create a bilingual form that send information to LiveCycle
        Create a dynamic flash front end that served as a menu to all of their forms.

 Technologies                                      Software
   Flash, Flex, Action Script 3, XML               LiveCycle ES2, Workbench, Eclipse (Flex),
                                                       Flash Professional

(20) 2010. NCPR Form (IMP Aerospace - three months)
March 2010 - June 2010

Description: A process which used 7 different paper forms was converted into a LiveCylcle process. This process
would then use a single dynamic PDF form that would gather all required information as it would be sent from
one stake holder to the next. As the level of complexity aroused due to the high level of interactivity of this
form, IMP Solution was asked to complete the form and process.

Tasks:
        Complete highly interactive PDF Form
        Simplify existing code in order to pursue coding
        Debug existing issues on form
        Use a methodology of work derived from the Object Oriented Programming model.

 Technologies                                      Software
   PDF, LiveCycle, Java Script, XML, XLST          LiveCycle ES2, Workbench, Eclipse (Flex),
                                                       Dreamweaver

(21) 2010. Class Two (CNSC, two months)
May and June 2010

Description: A flash presentation has previously been made in order to present information on the inspection
status of Nuclear Facilities and the equipment used by them. However, due to the changing nature of the
content presented, the presentation had to be changed into a dynamic flash application. Additionally,
enhancements and changes were performed. In order to accommodate potential content owner, all dynamic
information was placed within html files that are then read by the Flash Application.

Sample
    The flash application:
       http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/mediacentre/presentations/class_2/index.cfm
    A file from which the data is drawn:
       http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/mediacentre/presentations/class_2/data/facilities.html

Tasks:
        Identify, gather and analyze business requirement.
        Quality assurance on various platforms including a 42inches presentation touch screen.
        Batch processing of images
        Produced a simple, yet complete flash preloader that can then be used across the cnsc.gc.ca website.


 Technologies                                      Software
   Action Script 3, XML, HTML, DHTML, CSS,         Flash Professional CS5, Dreamweaver CS5
    JavaScipt




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(22) 2010. Timeline (CNSC, 8 months)
July 2010 - February 2011

Description: In order to celebrate their 65th anniversary, CNSC is producing an interactive flash animated
portion to their web site where visitors can browse through its history. This project also contains a multimedia
library and is data driven. As with the Class 2 project, data was saved in HTML files so as to lower maintenance
cost without producing a full fledge content management system. Another advantage to this is that the solution
can be encapsulated and presented in various expositions without being connected to the web.

Sample
    The flash application:
       http://www.ericperron.com/shared/cnsc/timeline

Tasks:
        Identify, gather and analyze business requirement.
        Quality assurance on various platforms including a 42inches presentation touch screen.
        Produce a multi file download manager
        Produce a timeline that can be zoomed by days, months and years.


 Technologies                                       Software
   Action Script 3, XML, HTML, DHTML, CSS,          Flash Professional CS5, Dreamweaver
    JavaScript                                          CS5, illustrator CS5

(23) 2010. Interactive Capsules (CFORP, 3 months)
September 2010 -November 2010

Description: The CFORP has flash presentations that includes interactive content. Has such interactivity involves
the work of a flash developer, I was asked to complete the projects.

Tasks:
     Produce estimate for work provided
     Provide feedback on proposed changes where possible
     Produce interactive flash based learning activities following provided guidelines.


 Technologies                                       Software
   Action Script 2, XML, HTML                       Flash Professional CS5, Fireworks,
                                                        illustrator CS5, Adobe Photoshop CS5.


(24) 2010. Incident Management Reporting System (IMRS) (CBSA, 5 Months)
October 2010 - February 2011

Description: CBSA has enhanced the capabilities of its Incident Management System by taking advantage of the
benefits provided by Rich Internet Applications working with Adobe LiveCycle.

Tasks:
     Extend and customize the workspace web portal
                  o Enable communication between PDF Document, the browser and Flash/Flex in Runtime.
                  o Produce modules and connect to data sources such as web services and LDAP
                  o Assist/guide others in developing solution
     Produce a reporting system
                  o Produce RIA front end to capture data
                  o Produce LiveCycle process to manage the request
                  o Produce PDF documents using LiveCycle Designer to display printable query results.
     Provide technical Assistance on LiveCycle Designer, Flash/Flex and LiveCycle

 Technologies                                       Software
   Flex, Action Script 3, XML, HTML, XSLT,          Flash Builder 4
    Adobe LiveCycle, ANT, JavaScript                 LiveCycle ES2, LiveCycle Workbench,
                                                        LiveCycle Designer
                                                     Fireworks CS5




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