Category: Independent Consulting Industry: Telecoms & Financials Past: *NIX/Storage/Net/HW/Prog. (23y+) Speaks: Tcl programming (like this site) Base Camp: Johannesburg, RSA Email: akoroma at consultant dot com
In recent years, my professional focus has been in but not constrained to;
My specialization is in Platform Strategies, see how we can collaborate and conceptualize, create, launch and monitize your platform with value.
MIT Management Executive Education - EMERITUS Institute of Management.
As an EA and a fanatic technologist, my services can assist your organization valuably with Enterprise, Domain architectures and solutions design to better streamline and improve the business and architectural landscapes
For a seamless integration project...no matter how complex. It is important we discuss and design a vertical, horizontal, star or data integration strategy together and deliver strongly. Integrate anytech, anywhere, anycloud
OCP, RHCSA, ITIL
I'm a big fan of Unix, Tcl and Open source technologies. This section is a highlight of some of my personal projects.
Simple and Open Omni-channel Framework (SOOF) is an architectural framework developed over the past two years, for the implementation of an omni-channel strategy.
It is a work in progress and in the public domain for review, therefore your comments are welcome...read here
This web site as a project was developed using a cool and versatile Tcl Web Object Oriented Framework called
I'm still novice to the product, so the page is a work-in-progress. The stack is hosted on a DO cloud droplet configured as follows;
OS: Ubuntu 16.6
Web Server: Lighttpd 1.4
Web Framework: Woof! 05b4
Framework-to-Server Integration: SCGI
Lang: Tcl, HTML and CSS
Wub is a pure-Tcl HTTP 1.1 web-server. This project documents the installation, configuration and development aspects
from my perspective while trying to know the product thus the title Wub Unofficial Bootstrap Tutorial
A tiny and robust authentication and authorization Tcl package. It includes a very rudamentary in-memory db session management.
The code can be downloaded here if interested in playing around.
You can also try an application of it right here
This program makes a fancy Unix command-line progress bar rather than the traditional rotating stick.
It was written in korn shell and many years ago too...I doubt the term commands are still supported :)
This was a monster of a shell script program. It performed user and security administration across multiple server on
the Unix network. It's a command-line menu-driven program (from those SysAdmin days)