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, 3 Feb 2014 CPOL
Fading a window from color to black and white like Windows/XP

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About the Author

John A. Johnson
Instructor / Trainer freelance
Italy Italy
Has gained his experience working with several private companies, both production and services kind of farms, especially in managerial, as a trainer and marketing/sales as considerable experience in project management.
Has completed his technical/scientific expertise with several companies and universities working on software engineering, industrial automation and production at various levels, producing CAD for textiles (in the press and yarn, both for design applications and treatment of color and digital printing), incorporation of the farm, factory automation (with significant experience on textiles, plastics, luxury mechanics and dyes) to complete the design of ERP systems (accounting, analytical, warehouse, quality systems, quality control, planning).
✓ change management
✓ project / product management
✓ work in progress management
✓ travel
✓ BPM and organization optimization
✓ optimize quality systems
✓ system analysis
✓ project cost analysis
✓ application analysis
✓ database analysis
✓ infrastructure analysis
✓ software engineering and prototypes
✓ embedded hardware (MES terminals, GPS trackers, RiFD)
✓ cloud computing
✓ plan and help for a cloud migration
✓ localization and internationalization
✓ suggest marketing, SEO/SEM practices
✓ suggest and work with graphics and copywriters
✓ teach and motivate "best practices" over the "common sense"
✓ teach data analysis, web 2.0, cloud computing and social media
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