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➕ Read More ... 117 Web Work in Paris leonwool       April 21, 2015, 6:11 pm

Web Work in Paris - April 21, 2015, 6:11 pm

Hi Leon,


I can recommend you the umbrella company which we used to work with :





On your resume, I rather thought that YOU will work  ;)

Feel free to send me your resume in French and I will help you if I see any french errors.

At emagine, we appreciate when your last experiences are detailed (context mission, technical environment, length of service, ...)

I advise you to use the first person (I ...)


Kinds regards,


Bonjour Leon,

Je me permets de vous contacter après avoir consulté votre CV dans notre base.

Je ne crois pas qu'il soit à jour mais je trouve néanmoins intéressant de vous présenter une opportunité de mission :

 Contexte Projet :
Notre client, grand éditeur de logiciel, recherche dans le cadre de la création d'une Application Web à destination de ses partenaires, un Développeur expérimenté sur ce type de développement, avec compétences confirmées sur PHP, JavaScript et HTML5. 

 Vous aurez pour mission de :
Concevoir le système logiciel, rédiger des spécifications techniques
Sélectionnez les algorithmes, les théories ou les technologies qui seront utilisées sur ce projet. Documenter ces sélections.
Interviendrez sur l'ergonomie de l'application, UI/UE
Identifier et gérer les dépendances avec d'autres composants. Vérifier l'état d'avancement de ces dépendances.
Élaborer et mettre en œuvre de nouvelles fonctionnalités
Coder, compiler et exécuter les tests unitaires 

 Compétences Indispensables :
Expérience significative dans le développement de Web App
Confirmé sur Javascript, html5, php
Confirmé sur User experience - Ergonomy
Confirmé en Data Modeling
Pratique de l'anglais obligatoire 

  Si cette mission vous correspond et vous intéresse, merci de m'envoyer votre CV : jessica.bouteiller@emagine.org en précisant votre disponibilité et une fourchette de tarif

Référence Mission : J097899

Jessica Bouteiller 01 41 92 56 64 

Si vous êtes disponible et intéressé, merci de me retourner votre CV à jour et vos attentes.

N'hésitez pas non plus à faire circuler cette demande à toute personne de votre entourage intéressée par cette opportunité.

A très bientôt.


Roughly translated into English

Hi Leon,

May I contact you after consulting your resume in our database.

I do not think it is up to date but I still find it interesting to present a mission of opportunity:

Project Background:
Our client, a large software company, research in the context of creating a Web application to its partners, an experienced developer on this type of development, with proven expertise in PHP, JavaScript and HTML5.

You will be responsible for:
Design the software system, write technical specifications
Select the algorithms, theories or technologies to be used on this project. Document these selections.
Will intervene on the ergonomics of the application, UI / UE
Identify and manage dependencies with other components. Check the status of these dependencies.
Develop and implement new features
Code, compile and run unit tests

Essential Skills:
Significant experience in developing Web App
Confirmed on Javascript, html5, php
Confirmed on User experience - Ergonomy
Confirmed Data Modeling
Practice of compulsory English

If this mission is you and you are interested, thank you to send me your CV: jessica.bouteiller@emagine.org stating your availability and price range

Mission Reference: J097899

Jessica Bouteiller 01 41 92 56 64

If you are available and interested, thank you to return me your updated CV and expectations.

Do not hesitate to circulate this request to any person of your entourage interested in this opportunity.

See you very soon.


➕ Read More ... 116 Correcting pronunciation hipfe       February 11, 2015, 4:43 pm

Correcting pronunciation - February 11, 2015, 4:43 pm

A freak tornado ripped through a residential area of the capital today, tearing apart buildings and injuring six people. The fleeting storm ripped tiles off roofs, pulled down fences and shattered windows as it hit Kensal Rise, in north-west London, at 11am this morning.

The first thing they noticed was the sky turning black. Then came the howling wind. In a few, terrifying seconds it gathered so much speed and power that nothing could stand in its way. Spiralling , funnelling clouds sucked up animals, glass, rubble , and debris in what one witness described as a scene from the Wizard of Oz. Then it sent them raining down like lethal confetti over ten or a dozen streets.

The tornado was thought to have lasted less than a minute but the gusts in excess of 110 miles per hour left a trail of devastation along Chamberlayne Road.

Fifteen-year-old Gavin Driscoll was thrown against a shop window with so much force that it shattered , while local resident Ed Solomons thought "it was the end of the world, right here in Kensal Rise".

Here the link for the recording: https://audioboom.com/boos/2829687-the-tornado-in-london



Look at the difference between HIT and HEAT / THIS and THESE
Take care of the ending, e.g. gustS
You can shed a tear. You tear apart a paper. (Look at the different pronunciation)

➕ Read More ... 115 TCL leonwool       January 6, 2015, 11:11 am

TCL - January 6, 2015, 11:11 am

TLC Notes

My skype id is leonwool

I teach Maths to O level. I can do A level if I have some time to prepare.

I teach science to year 11 particulary Physics.

I teach advanced English as a foreign language. CEA and IELTS


  1. Web site 
  2. Black board Collaborator Checks
  3. TLC For Schools
  4. TLC First time help
  5. Video for new students
  6. Training Video
  7. Tutor practice room



Online Manager |TLC Education Group | Tel: 01279 657193 | 2 Ducketts Wharf, South Street, Bishop’s Stortford CM23 3AR


  1. Liz Kingseller  
    Online manager.
    I am the online manager at TLC and you will mostly be dealing with me with regards to sessions you teach and any issues you have.



Things to get Done

Timesheet. See the document - fill in every time



The first three PDFs attached list all the questions in the initial assessments, the answers and the “tag” (category/topic) of the question. It also suggests starting points for each question if the student get it wrong.









➕ Read More ... 114 Usage of 'only' hipfe       January 4, 2015, 4:18 pm

Usage of 'only' - January 4, 2015, 4:18 pm

I've 'stolen' that somewhere, but I think that's  quite a nice explanation.




Only Usage Cheat Sheet

Only + “He had a key to the house.”

  • Only he had a key to the house.
  • He was the one single person who possessed a key.
  • He only had a key to the house.
  • The key to the house was the one item he had.
  • He had only a key to the house.
  • He had a key, but not a code or other means of entry.
  • He had a key to only the house.
  • He had a key to the house, but not to any other locks.


Only + “She went to the dance.”

  • Only she went to the dance.
  • No one else was in attendance.
  • She only went to the dance.
  • She didn’t actually dance, just went.
  • She went only to the dance.
  • She attended the dance, but not the after-party.


Only + “You should take medicine for your cough.”

  • Only you should take medicine for your cough.
  • No one else should be permitted to do so except you.
  • You only should take medicine for your cough.
  • You should do nothing else besides take medicine.
  • You should only take medicine for your cough.
  • You should take medicine, but ignore other treatment options.
  • You should take only medicine for your cough.
  • You should not ingest anything else besides the medicine.
  • You should take medicine only for your cough.
  • You should take medicine for your cough, but not for any other ailments you may have.
➕ Read More ... 113 My Presentation Guest       December 22, 2014, 9:03 pm

My Presentation - December 22, 2014, 9:03 pm

Hello Everybody ! Let me introduce myself.   This video was took two months ago . Coppy this link and and pass it :  www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYbzYsiR-RI

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