William (Bill) Stewart is founder and current SysOp for this Wiki. He is
founder of the start-up [ http:// eseri. net/ Eseri. net] , and provides consulting assistance to technology organizations in the Ottawa area. Previously, he spent twelve years in system integration where he variously served as a system architect, system engineer, engineering lead, company software manager, company system engineering manager, technical lead and deputy project manager of a $20M information fusion project, system engineering manager for pursuit of a $3B helicopter integration project, and project manager of a $14M health information systems effort. |+|
William (Bill) Stewart is founder and current SysOp for this Wiki. He is of the [://./.] to the a , , company , , and project , , and .
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Before that, he
went to graduate school and obtained a doctorate in computer science from [http://unb.ca/ UNB] for his thesis on construction of multi-dimensional convex hulls from spherical distributions in optimum space and time. Before that, he worked for the Canadian Federal Public Service with responsibility to establish and manage the first Canadian Forces base level computing centre, at CFB Gagetown supporting 4500 personnel, where he developed software solutions to provide base- wide course scheduling and resource management, payroll and personnel systems, and safe management of firing range allocations. |+|
Before that, he and a in [http://unb.ca/ UNB]for thesis on construction of multi-dimensional convex hulls from spherical distributions in optimum space and time.for the Canadian Public Service to and manage computing -.
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|−|Bill was an OSDL individual member and remains a member with the follow-on [http://www.linux-foundation.org/ Linux Foundation]. He is author of a very, very light-weight web site management software [http://directory.fsf.org/project/livinginternet_web_site_template/ package] submitted under the GPL to the Free Software Foundation. He is maintainer of [http://www.livinginternet.com/ LivingInternet.com] including contributions from many creators of the Internet and referenced in [http://rfc.sunsite.dk/rfc/rfc3271.html RFC 3271], and maintainer of the collection of best practices at [http://funstandard.org/ FunStandard.org]. |+|
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William (Bill) Stewart is founder and current SysOp for this Wiki. He is also architect of the Cirrus Open project to integrate the best open source into a reference FOSS complete Intranet, accessible on virtual desktops, and a hosting company for Cirrus Open, Cirrus Computing. He is author of the first Web published book Living Internet, and the world's most popular open source project management reference Deeply Practical Project Management. He has authored open source software for convex hulls in multiple dimensions, electoral proportional representation, fuzzy logic linear programming, search trees, and website navigation collect collected here. Bill was an individual member with the Open Source Development Lab (OSDL) that merged with the Linux Foundation. He authored and maintains the organizational best practices collection The Fun Standard.
He spent twelve years in system integration for a series of merging aerospace companies, where he served variously as a system architect, security architect, system engineer, software manager, system engineering manager, engineering lead, proposal manager, capture manager, and project manager, on a range of projects from vehicular to a health information systems integration. Before that, he taught undergraduates and earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science at UNB, for a thesis on construction of multi-dimensional convex hulls from spherical distributions in optimum space and time. His first real job was for the Canadian Public Service to setup and manage a computing center using DEC PDP-11 computers.
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