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  • Chris Tagoe's Domain
    School at Osu and then to the St John Grammer School and Accra Workers College all in Accra Ghana After my secondary education I worked with the Ghana Food Production Corporation and subsequently as a Assistant Personnel Officer Computing at the Personnel Department for a period of 10 years Having been exposed to this position at the Food Production Corporation I decided to pursue further studies in Europe In April 1982 I left Ghana for the United Kingdom where I worked for a while and then I left to Switzerland in the city of Geneva in 1987 Having worked very hard I was awarded a scholarship by the Swiss Governmet to take a course in PC Support and Administration in one of their highest Institutions GDI Gestion et Diffusion Informatique SA in Switzerland where I passed in PC Support and Administration Having decided what to do I enrolled with The Open University where I studied Social Science and Information Technology passing both in Foundation and Intermediate Level Developing interest in Technology I registered with the International Webmasters Association based in the United States where I took several courses and passed with GOLD in 10 TEN Certifications about Internet and in

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    formmail vf Copyright 1995 2002 Matt Wright Version 1 92 Released April 21 2002 A Free Product of Matt s Script Archive Inc Version Française perl gratuit com

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  • This is me (dark) - Virtual businesscard template
    username Flickr flickr com username Aims and Objectives I ve established myself as one of the leading developers of new technology in Geneva I intend to continue to push the boundaries of technology developing exciting and Web Business developments for the global market I have a culture of innovation where I can make a difference Therefore I intend joining a team in an IT department or design firm where I

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  • Web Projects
    you want to make movies you need to look at great examples To be a Web Technologist and the Art of Business Writing and Content Management you need to work hard to accomplish your goals In my opinion No one was born with the knowledge of knowing how to write HTML or CSS Following his footsteps in his book Eric Meyer on CSS has explained all that you need to know on how to write CSS Programmes Another great book CSS in 24 Hours by Ken Bartlett Ken has further explained how certain web techniques can exclude people aware of their own role in making pages accessible or inaccessible and aware of how to fix the problem also some of the best programmers I have come across from the Internet Jokkmokk and Andrews whom uses Style Master CSS Editor Broadly speaking I would say that I have started putting all together the skills that I have learned from the International Webmasters Association I intend to continue to push the boundaries of technology developing exciting and Web Business development for the golobal market I have a culture of innovation where I can make a diference Would I do it again Hell

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  • Chris Tagoe's Domain Web Links
    working as part of a development team First you gather your development partners analyze your needs and goals and work through the development process The second part is creating a site specification document that details what you intend to do and why what technology and content you ll need how long the process will take what you will spend to do it and how you will assess the results of

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  • Chris Tagoe's Domain Web Links
    and its implications for the quality of work it is necessary to outline developments in the clusters of technology which are likely to be most important in the foreseeable future information technology new materials and biotechnology There is widespread speculation that IT will be utilized in the next 10 years or so as the basis for the development of automatic factories The automatic factory depends essentially on the ability to pass computerized information between various functions for example between design production marketing and information Kaplinsky has published a wide ranging and thoughtful survey of automation and its prospects He points out the need for information to be available in compatible formats for it to be used for the integration of various functions effectively The harmonization of functions necessary is facilitated by rationalization of design and process Standardization and group technology GT are key to this GT involves parts being grouped into families thus simplifying and systematizing design and production Kaplinsky suggests that fully automated production the true factory of the future will be fairly widespread in the 1990s 8 There are however grounds for believing that he may have overestimated the speed at which these developments will take place and at the same time underestimated the skills needed for their achievement 9 IT products and services IT products include telecommunications equipment defence and transportation electronics factory automation and electronics products for use in the home office and car Much of the employment growth related to IT arises from the use of IT equipment to provide services from telecommunications to insurance Much service production involves the provision of services to manufacturing industry In addition the knowledge to provide product based services tends to be concentrated amongst those who design the products The four areas likely to have the most impact on employment skills and working life are developments in plastics such as strong engineering plastics adhesives composite materials and advanced high performance technical ceramics Steel has long been a dominant material but its dominance is likely to be eroded during the period under consideration Nevertheless steel makers are likely to respond to the competitive challenge from other technologies and some new materials techniques for example the creation of composites are likely to be applied to steel as well as to plastic and other materials Achievement of forecast growth in advanced ceramics markets depends on success in development in a number of directions including improved reliability and cost reduction in several applications such as cutting tools turbocharger rotors mechanical seals and valve guides Much of the future growth in plastics use is likely to be in the automobile industry substituting for metals in a wide range of applications including under bonnet components leaf springs the drive train and exterior trim 10 Biotechnology During the next 10 years the increase in employment resulting from the development of biotechnology will probably be relatively small and concentrated on R A recent OECD report 11 suggested that in the early years of the next century biotechnology

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  • Chris Tagoe's Domain Web Links
    design The statement should include specific strategies around which the Web site will be designed how long the site design construction and evaluation periods will be and specific quantitative and qualitative measures of how the success of the site will be evaluated Building a Web site is an ongoing process not a one time project with static content Long term editorial management and technical maintenance must be covered in your budget and production plans for the site Without this perspective your electronic publication will suffer the same fate as many corporate communications initiatives an enthusiastic start without lasting accomplishments Know your audience The next step is to identify the potential readers of your Web site so that you can structure the site design to meet their needs and expectations The knowledge background interests and needs of users will vary from tentative novices who need a carefully structured introduction to expert power users who may chafe at anything that seems to patronize them or delay their access to information A well designed system should be able to accommodate a range of users skills and interests For example if the goal of your Web site is to deliver internal corporate information human resources documents or other information formerly published in paper manuals your audience will range from those who will visit the site many times every day to those who refer only occasionally to the site Design critiques Each member of a site development team will bring different goals preferences and skills to the project Once the team has reached agreement on the mission and goals of the project consensus on the overall design approach for the Web site needs to be established The goal at this stage is to identify potential successful models in other Web sites and to begin to

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  • Chris Tagoe's Domain Web Links
    the finished site Production issues How many pages will the site contain What is the maximum acceptable count under this budget What special technical or functional requirements are needed What is the budget for the site What is the production schedule for the site including intermediate milestones and dates Who are the people or vendors on the development team and what are their responsibilities These are big questions and the broad conceptual issues are too often dismissed as committees push toward starting the real work of designing and building a Web site However if you cannot confidently answer all of these questions then no amount of design or production effort can guarantee a useful result Avoiding scope creep The site specification defines the scope of your project that is what and how much you need to do the budget and the development schedule Scope creep is the most prevalent cause of Web project failures In badly planned projects scope creep is the gradual but inexorable process by which previously unplanned features are added content and features are padded to mollify each stakeholder group major changes in content or site structure during site construction are made and more content or interactive functionality than you originally agreed to create is stuffed in No single overcommitment is fatal but the slow steady accumulation of additions and changes is often enough to blow budgets ruin schedules and bury what might have been an elegant original plan under megabytes of muddle and confusion Don t leap into building a Web site before you understand what you want to accomplish and before you have developed a solid and realistic site specification for creating your Web site The more carefully you plan the better off you will be when you begin to build your site One excellent

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