Nademoya: English/Japanese ePublishing and Internet Consulting Services
A Jack-of-All-Trades for Kiwi businesses targeting Japanese is what I started on the 1st of October, 2001.
Since then, I have met so many wonderful interesting inspiring people and learned so many hard and soft skills. In 2016, I would like to show my appreciation to the people, who supported Nademoya in so many ways, by sharing what I have learned through the projects of Web Accessibility / Web Applications / Big Data for Small Businesses.
There is a Japanese proverb, 初心忘るべからず(Shoshin Wasuru Bekarazu), means 'We should not forget our original intention ', so I will leave what I wrote in 2001 about Nademoya below.
About Nademoya... (Written in 2001)
Where to start...
I've been thinking what to write about 'about us'. You can easily make a false world on Internet, but I'd really like to have a true world at least within my site.
Well, here is the truth about us... To be honest with you, actually not about us, but about ME. At the moment, only me, myself is trading as Na-Demo-Ya. I used 'US' throughout the site, because I have an access to Designers Network, so not really alone, and I wanted to give Na-Demo-Ya a room for the future growth. That's a reason for using plural.
Q What is Na-Demo-Ya anyway?
The name, NaDemoYa is not even a Japanese word. I just made it up with a hope; this new word made by me, will become a world recognisable word. The sound is very similar to a Japanese word, Na-N-De-Mo-Ya meaning 'Jack-of-All-Trades' in English. In fact, if you read NaDemoYa in Fijian way, you will pronounce it as NaNDeMoYa.
Q Where am I?
I am in a beautiful garden city, Christchurch in New Zealand. I think New Zealand has a big opportunity to be successful in the global e-Commerce.
Q Who am I?
I am Naoe, a Japanese, living in New Zealand.
BA in Psychology, Japan (Evaluated by NZQA its equivalent for the NZ qualification.)
Major Work Experiences
More than 7 years work experiences in the industry in Japan, Fiji and New Zealand! Specialised in Japanese Tourist Market
Japanese Monthly Papers(Marketing, Planning, shooting, editing and distributing)
Educational Tour coordinator Language School counselor
One day, I thought my future success would be with Internet, and then decided to get into the Internet industry. Quit a job and studied to get a qualification. Just like that!
Diploma of Internet Technology, New Zealand
Course Content of
Diploma of the Internet Technology
Web design and programming skills:
Image design and manipulation in Photoshop
Forms, using with CGI script and Perl
Applets, using Java Applets
Frames, navigation systems
Image compression and Colour palettes
Web Browser Object Model
Data types - Variables, Arrays
Objects, properties, methods, event handlers
Loops and Conditionals
Form control and validation
Windows and Frames
User info (browser and platform)
State Maintenance - Cookies
Syntax and HTML tags
Cascade and the Inheritance
Colour and Background
Image and Table control
CSS element Model (padding, border, margin)
Netscape's and Internet Explorer's DHTML
Cross Compatibility (features)
Microsoft networking and web server management skills:
Characteristics of LAN architecture, network protocols
NT servers and workstations
Install/configure NT workstation and server
Configure Windows NT protocols and network services
Set up network clients
Windows NT boot process
Domains/workgroups, SAMS security database
PDC, BDC and standalone servers
File synchronisation and directory replication
IIS database access features
IIS Index server
FTP and WWW services
Install and configure Linux environment
Install Linux Apache web server
Manage the import, export and replication of data
Set up user accounts, login securities and database permissions (including FAT and NTFS security)
IIS security (including NTFS permission)
Install Microsoft Internet Information Server
Recover from system disaster
Architectures of IIS & wide area information server
Internetworking with TCP/IP using Windows NT
Monitor the system
Schedule tasks and set alerts
Administration of IIS (including reverse naming)
Virtual directories and servers
Internetworking with TCP/IP using Linux
Trouble shooting security problems
Troubleshooting replication problems
Manage system policies, file systems, partitions, and fault tolerance
Server-side programming skills:
Flat file, Relational
Client-side vs., Server-side
File System Object and text file manipulation
Writing data to files
E-Commerce site development
Scripting with VBScript
ASP Object Model
Application with IIS
Shopping Cart system
CDONTS and server email
Project management skills:
Project Objectives and Goals
Implementation and execution
Evaluation and review
Specialised in the Internet Technology with professional business
and people skill through the various work and life experiences.
Q How many languages can I use?
Japanese (Standard as I studied how to teach Japanese
as a second language, Kansai-dialect and Hiroshima-dialect)
Photoshop, Imageready, Flash, Fireworks, Freehand,
Paint Shop Pro
MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Publisher,
IIS/DNS/PWS/Apache for Web Hosting)
and heaps of MORE...
Q What is my interest?
Travelling, Bungy jumping, Sky diving, White water rafting,
reading and writing books, playing the piano, watching movies, playing
tennis, driving, people and computing
Q Why me?
7 reasons I could be a little better than others as an
English/Japanese web specialist
I am a bilingual - Japanese (Native) and English (Fluent).
I am a very quick learner for new computer technologies, programming
languages and skills required.
I am a fast worker and typist. (60 WPM except special characters
of my uniqueness from various work experiences and studies.
I was inspired by people whomever I've met in my life.
I enjoy my work even in difficulty.
It's me and I am what I am.
Q What can I do for you?
Actually, I don't know unless you tell me what you need
or what kind of services you are looking for. I will try to offer
personalised eMarketing/Web Development services at an affordable
price with priceless unique ideas for your business, but first, tell
me what you/your business need, please.