Dominic Gelineau is zedia.net

I’ve been thinking about this post for a long time now. The thing is, when I write my name (Dominic Gelineau) in Google, it doesn’t return zedia.net since I have started this blog. This is problematic in the sense that it would be good for my career that when people or future employer search my name in Google they find this blog. In not looking for a job right now, but I think that this blog is a very positive thing in proving my knowledge of ActionScript 3. So here it is, Dominic Gelineau is zedia.net.

I thought I could also talk a bit about my professional background and my education. Well first of all I am French Canadian and I think Montreal is one of the best city in the world to live in. I’ve traveled a bit in my life and I’ve never really found another city I’d be comfortable to live in maybe except Amsterdam.

I have to bachelor’s degrees; one in Computer Sciences that I finished at McGill in 2003 and one in Communication that I finished at UQAM in 2006. I am pretty happy with the mix of these two domains. I think Flash and Internet are really the just middle.

I have worked for one year for Blue Communications, a small web agency, where I was a web programmer. That’s where I really started doing Flash. Now I work at Twist Image where I do ActionScript programming 100% of the time and it’s really great.

When you write Dominic Gelineau there is actually one result that is related to me It is this a paper about simulated decorative mosaics. Well now that this post is out there I hope that zedia.net will show up as a result for Dominic Gelineau.

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  1. #1 by Sasa - April 15th, 2009 at 19:01

    Hello Dominic,

    I have my algorithms to calculate some financial processes. However, all of them are in Excel format and I would like to make it very user friendly. In other words, I want to make an application which is rich in term of graphic design and also very friendly and dynamic.

    The user should be able to change any parameter (there are many parameters) and directly see the results on different graphs. I have some sample but couldn’t find your email to attach them for you. I need to have the capability that the user can easily play with parameters and dynamically see the result on the graphs. There should be even a “play” option and if the user clicks on that, the application change the value of parameters automatically.

    If you can do this for me, I appreciate if you tell me if you have done any sample job and how much time and budget you need for that.

    Best regards,
    Sasa

  2. #2 by zedia.net - April 15th, 2009 at 19:34

    This looks like a good project to do an AIR application, trouble is that I don’t take freelance work; I used to do so but I found that I had trouble managing both a full time job and freelance work, plus I don’t really need the money. I am sure you will find someone who will do this for you.

    Good luck

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