Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Avril 2010
1.- Information architecture
Regarding information architecture, we underscore the importance of the following publication:
* Information architecture for the world wide web by Rosenfeld and Morville, O’Reilly, 2002
For the training of the web project manager, you may refer to:
* Web Project Manager. Delivering Successful Commercial Web Sites, by Ashley Friedlein, 2000
The web designer in another profession with a bright future.
The e-internet consultant sees his profile outlined in the following publications:
* No Business Like E-Business: The Spectacularly Simple Secrets Behind How You Can Create A Web Site And Make Money With It, by Ravi Jayagopal, NY, 2007
* IT Made E-Z by Patrick H. Bowman, Paperback, 2006
* How to Be a Successful Internet Consultant by Jessica Keyes, Paperback, 2002
* The Consultant's Guide to Getting Business on the Internet by Herman Holtz, Paperback, 1997
* Top web designers / E-commerce consultants, Northern Ontario Business, Digital, 2005
* Top 15 Web Designers and E-Commerce Consultants, Northern Ontario Business, Digital, 2005
* M-Commerce Crash Course: The Technology and Business of Next Generation Internet Services by P. J. Louis, Paperback, 2001
* Essential Tools of the Internet: using E-mail and the Web for Effective Communication: a public sector consultant shares ideas, guidance, and best-practice, The Public Manager by Dina M. Lewis, Digital, 2005
* Cybermarketing: Your Interactive Marketing Consultant by Regina Brady, Edward Forrest, Richard Mizerski, and American Marketing Association, Paperback, 1997
* The Guide to a Successful Managed Services Practice - What Every SMB IT Service Provider Should Know... by Erick Simpson, Perfect Paperback, 2006

Last but not least we need to mention the Head of Information Technology Project Management.

2.- Project Management
Concerning the Project Manager, the following publications provide some information:
* Project management of IT project: a guide for the Project Manager by Joseph Gabay, Paris, 2009.
* The IT Project Manager, Didier Kueviakoe and Daniel Chocker, Paris, 2008
* The Project Manager hand book, by Didier Kueviakoe, Paris, 2004

3.- Programming and Development
As for the web architect, several studies imply the elements of training at least.
* The Making of Information Systems: Software Engineering and Management in a Globalized World by Karl Eugen Kurbel, Springer, 2008
* Patterns of enterprise application architecture by Martin Fowler, Addison-Wesley, 2003
* Guide to enterprise IT architecture by Col Perks and Tony Beveridge, Springer, 2003
* Enterprise Architecture at Work: Modelling, Communication and Analysis by Marc Lankhorst, Springer, 2009
* Information Architecture by Wei Ding et Xia Lin, Morgan & Claypool Publishers - 2009
* Information architecture for the World Wide Web by Louis Rosenfeld and Peter Morville, O'Reilly Media Inc, 2002
* H. J. Reekie and R. J. McAdam, A Software Architecture Primer, Software Architecture Primer, 2006
* Software architecture in practice by Len Bass and Rick Kazman, Paul Clements Addison-Wesley, 2003
* Developing business objects by Andy Carmichael, CUP Archive, 1998
* Enterprise architecture A to Z by Daniel Minoli, CRC Press, 2008
* Computer architecture: a quantitative approach by John L. Hennessy - David A. Patterson and Andrea C. Arpaci-Dusseau, Morgan Kaufmann, 2007
* Software Architecture by Varma Vasudeva, Pearson Education India
* Essentials of software engineering by Frank F. Tsui and Orlando Karam, Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2006
* UML for dummies by Michael Jesse Chonoles and James A. Schardt, 2003
* Service-oriented software system engineering: challenges and practices, by Zoran Stojanovic and Ajantha Dahanayake, Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2005
We include at this stage developers, multimedia developers and flashers.
Regarding training of integrators, reference is made to:
* Continuous Integration, White Papers, Ibuildings, December 2009

4.- Web Design and Graphics
This covers the trainings for flash designer, game designer, 3D illustrator and web designer.

5.- Administration
Covering the host network animator and of course the IT security expert.

6.- Information and Knowledge Management
This involves the e-librarian, the data base manager, the manager of audiovisual documentation, the knowledge manager, the head of the web archive and the taxonomist.

7.- Editorial
Trainings in this area are viewed as being those of cyber journalist, IT lawyer and video producer.

8.- Animation
Covering the IT administrator, the website maintenance and the online editorial director.

9.- Mastery of use
We know the importance of the professions of ergonomists.
Concerning the experts in digital accessibility, we can easily refer to the Institute of Digital Accessibility, to the Hélèn Library (Braillemet) and the European Forum for digital accessibility.

10.- The Web follow-up
Regarding the role of traffic analyst, a series of recent publications, highly technical, represent best the training of ecosystems and the dissemination of knowledge. Among the most recent, we mention the following:
* L. Janowski, P. Owezarski, "Assessing the accuracy of using aggregated traffic traces in network engineering", Telecommunication System Journal, October 2009
* Alberdi, V. Nicomette, P. Owezarski, " Platform for the controlled delivery of malware, "Francophone Symposium on Engineering Protocols (CFIP'2009), Strasbourg, France, 12-15 October 2009
* G. Fernandes, P. Owezarski, "Automated classification of network traffic anomalies", 5th International ICST conference on Security and Privacy in Communication networks (SecureComm’2009), Athens, Greece, September 14-17, 2009
* R. Serral-Gracia, Y. Labit, J. Domingo-Pascual, P. Owezarski, "Toward an efficient service level agreement assessment", IEEE Infocom’2008, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, April 19-25, 2009
* P. Owezarski, M. Boyer, "Modeling of multimedia architectures: the case of visioconferencing with guaranteed quality of service", Petri nets: Fundamental models, verification and applications, chapter 20, M. Diaz editor, Wiley, ISBN 978-1-84821-079-0, pp 501-525, 2009
* R. Serral-Gracia, P.F. Dominey, A. Beben, P. Owezarski, "Chapter 2: QoS measurements in IP-based networks", in T. Braun, M. Diaz, J. Gabeiras, T. Staub editors, End-to-end quality of service over heterogeneous networks, Springer, ISBN 978-3-540-79119-5, pp 23-48, October 2008
* P. Owezarski, "Contribution of the French MetroSec project to traffic anomalies detection", Meeting the French group of network operators (FRNOG), Paris, France, May 30, 2008
* P. Owezarski, "Monitoring for next generation Internet", Keynote speech, End-to-End Monitoring (E2EMON’2008), Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, April 7yh, 2008
* Farraposo, P. Owezarski, "Detection, Classification and identification of traffic anomalies," Symposium of Francophone Engineering Protocols (CFIP'2008), Les Arcs, France, 25-28 March 2008
* Owezarski, Y. Labit, P. Berthou, D. Gauchard, "LaasNetExp: a generic polymorphic platform for network emulation and experiments", 4th international conference on testbeds and research infrastructures for the development of networks & communities (TRIDENTCOM’2008), Innsbruck, Austria, 18-20 march 2008
* Alberdi, E. Alata, P. Owezarski, V. Nicomette, M. Kaaniche, "Shark: Spy Honeypot with Advanced Redirection Kit", 2nd workshop on MONitoring, Attack detection and Mitigation, (MonAM’2007), Toulouse, France, November 5-6th, 2007
* S. Farraposo, P. Owezarski, E. Monteiro, "A multi-scale tomographic algorithm for detecting and classifying traffic anomalies", IEEE International Conference on Communications, Glasgow, Scotland, 24-28 June 2007
* Alberdi, P. Owezarski, V. Nicomette, " Designing an experimental platform for the behavioral study of malicious type bots, 2nd joint conference on Security in network architectures and information systems (SAR-SSI'2007), Annecy, France, June 12-15, 2007
* E. Alata, I. Alberdi, V. Nicomette, P. Owezarski, M. Kaaniche, "Compliance and Enforcement of Internet attacks with rebounds," Symposium on Safety of Information Technology and Communications (SSTIC'2007), Rennes, France, 30 May - 1 June 2007
* P. Owezarski, N. Larrieu, Techniques and metrology tools for the Internet and its traffic," Technical Engineering, pp.R 1090-1-R 1090-22, June 2007
* P. Owezarski, N. Larrieu, L. Bernaille, W. Saddi, F. Guillemin, A. Soule, K. Salamatian, "Distribution of traffic among applications as measured in the French METROPOLIS project", Annals of Telecommunications, Special issue on “Analysis of Internet traffic and usage traces: From network engineering to sociology of uses”, Vol. 62, No 3-4, March/April 2007
Regarding the training for help desk manager, we will refer to:
* Eric DUPUIS / Marie Th. MEZIERE «Le Helpdesk. Un des processus du génie logiciel», CNAM, 2005

11.- Marketing and Trade
Three training are to be taken into account: the web space buyer, the media planner and the SEO. They are - for once - treated more extensively in French publications:
* Referencing in Google (Complete Guide) by Gilles Gregory
* How to refer your website by Jean-Pierre Eskenazi
* Getting visible on Internet by Jean-Pierre Eskenazi
* Promote your website by Emmanuel Fraysse
* Referencing on the net by Marie Prat
* Online marketing and referencing, Jean-Pierre Eskenazi and François Cazals
* Lexicom, Serge Henri Michael

12.- Research, market watch and innovation
These are courses that the Foundation has often accompanied in the past and which we intend to further develop a lot in the future. We will therefore devote, within the PIN framework, our special attention to this area!
Therefore, concerning the training of strategic intelligence and web-surfer, information can be found in:
* Anderruthy, Jean-Nöel: Web 2.0: (R)evolution and new internet services, Paris: Editions ENI, 2007.240p (Objective Solutions )
* Boni, Alexandre, Sternart, Nicolas: Web 2.0 and Web advanced, Paris: Editions Micro Applications, 2006
* Delacroix Jérôme: Les Wikis: spaces of collective intelligence, Paris: Editions M2, 2005
* Erztscheid, Oivier: Create, find and exploit blogs, Paris: ADBS editions, 2008
* Fayins, David: Web 2.0 and beyond – New internet users: from the surfer to the actor, Economica, 2008
* Gervais, Jean-François: Web 2.0: Internet users in power, Paris, Dunod, 2007
* Hussher, François-Xavier, Hussher Cécile, Carrasco Marie-Estelle: The new power of the internet users, Paris: Editions Timée, 2006
* The library and the Web 2.0: Archimag, Guide pratique, 33, 2008
* Leblond, Corinne & Papy, Fabrice: Workshop May 22, 2008: The library and the Web 2.0: significant improvement of user services? Saint Denis: University Paris 8, 2008. http://doc.univ-paris8.fr/je/2008/22mai
* Lefebre, Alain: Social Networks: backbone of the internet 2.0, Paris, M2Editions, 2005
* Morand, Jean-Claude: RSS, blogs: a new tool for management, Paris: M2Editions, 2005
* Rebillard, Franck: Focus on Web 2.0: a socio-economic analysis of the internet, Paris, L’Harmattan, 2007
* Tapscoot, Don, Williams; Anthony d. Wikinomics: Wikipédia, Linix, Youtobe… How collaborative intelligence overthrows the economy, Pearson village Mondial, Paris, 2007
* Asselin, Christophe; Mesguich Veronique: Web 2.0 for market intelligence and information research: explore all the resources of the social web, Digimind Services (ed), 2007
* Cozic, Fréderic: Web 2.0: Economic and Technical Challenges. 2006. Graduation report from the Central School of Electronics
* Kaenel, Isabelle and Iriarte, Pablo. The library catalogues: From the invisible to the social web. RESSI- Swiss electronic journal of Information Science, N°5, March 2007
* Maness, Jack M. Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and its Implications for Libraries. Webology, 3 (2)
* Mesguich, Veronique. Web 2.0 Demystified: Definitions and assets for the professional. Netsources, N° 64, September-October 2006, p. 1-5
* Theodule, Marie-Laure: File Web 3.0: The future of internet. The  Research 2007, n°413 p. 28-45

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