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Location: Pointe-Claire, Montreal, Canada

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    The objective of this project is to create a software that captures and dumps to a file (hand history) the action in a on-line poker table. The action is stored temporarily in the client memory, although other methods to capture the action are also possible.Essentially, the software must establish a hook in the client"s program memory where it formats the information and store it in a known buffer. Also, it must provide a method to access this buffer,----------El objetivo de este proyecto es crear un software que capture y volque en un fichero (historial de manos) la acción en una mesa de un cliente de poker online. La acción se encuentra almacenada temporalmente en la memoria del cliente, aunque se pueden encontrar otros métodos para capturar la acción.Esencialmente, el programa a desarrollar debe establecer un "hook" en la memoria del programa cliente en el punto donde este formatea la información y almacenarla en un "buffer" conocido. Además, debe exportar un método de acceso a este buffer, para que pueda ser leída desde otro programa.

  • £250 GBP Nov 27, 2012

    We have a 257 page editable pdf document that contains images and text. The document is a manual for a car and is split into categories. There are multiple levels of categories with Ten top level categories. We need the pdf document to be converted into html that could be easily viewed on a mobile phone with a simple category navigation that at first shows all 10 top level categories/chapters. When the user clicks the main category they are presented with a set of subcategories, and then a third level of categories before they are finally shown the information for that chapter.The pdf needs to be converted into a html that has one column that contains the images and the text and reads with a good flow.All html should have a standard format so we can easily style it after the conversion

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Engineering Manager (interim), Project Lead and Senior Scientist

Mar 2001 - Jan 2012 (10 years)

Esterline CMC Electronics

Engineering Manager (interim)<br />Supervise the work of 8 software engineers, allocating resources to projects and meeting FMS program testing needs. Responsible of 3 software products needed by CMC's Flight Management System (FMS).<br />Established software compliance to DO-200A safety standard. Demonstrated compliance to Canadian TCCA and US FAA, resulting in European Space Agency approving CMC FMS for night operation in RNP-RNAV space, and the first DO-200A approval in Canada.<br />Proposed and made possible


Master's Degree in Engineering (M.Ing.), Electrical Engineering 1999 École Polytechnique de Montréal Automated Software Testing



FAA Functions and Requirements Leading to Airworthiness Approval

University of Kansas Aerospace

This course is an overview of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) organizational structure and its function in aircraft certification, rule-making and advisory process, the production rules applicable to aircraft and aircraft components, and the certification process.


omatic Unit Test Data Generation Using Mixed-Integer Linear Programming and Execution Trees

IEEE Computer Society Press

Collaborating author for : S. Lapierre, E. Merlo, G. Savard, G. Antoniol, R. Fiutem, and P. Tonella, Automatic Unit Test Data Generation Using Mixed-Integer Linear Programming and Execution Trees. Proceedings of the International Conference of Software Maintenance, Oxford, UK, Aug 30 Sept 3, 1999, pages 189-198.