In a recent post, I was explaining that I resigned my position.
For people who do not know what the W3C is, it is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web.
The WebPlatform project is a rapidly growing web development collaborative documentation website.
I would even call it the Web developer’s missing manual for web developers to build quality web applications using the latest techniques.
I will contribute to the site as a Developer Operations engineer. My work will be basically to enhance the features and manage the server infrastructure of the site as much as continuing what I already do as a hobbyist speaker.
Roughly, it consist of everything I always did or dreamed of:
- Work on a flagship site with heavy traffic usage, with and for respected professionals around all the world
- Use my favourite operating system and tools in System Administration
- Technical liaison with Open-source communities
- Develop and maintain the community platform, with web development, ensuring application performance, and implement continuous deployment
- Speak and participate at conferences related to web standards
- Contribute to moving the web forward, full-time (!)
If you are living in Montreal and you would like me to share with you on how to participate in this exciting project, just send me an e-mail (my first-name AT w3 dot org) and I’ll gladly answer.