Well organized

In short, Storga is what the spreadsheet should have been, but will never be, namely the tool of the honest digital man.

On this site you will find:

A manual section, which explains the different functionalities of Storga.
This part is for those who know exactly what they want to do, and are simply looking for how to do it with the Storga tool.

A self-study part, which explains how to become an honest digital man.
This part is for those who want to become efficient in terms of digital organization, but do not necessarily know how to do it. At the same time, it presents a method of organization and the functionalities of the tool involved, without presupposing initial computer skills, or even a particular appetite for technology: the objective is just to be able in the end to organize themselves well, or organize a working group.

An experimentation part that allows you to create a personal site for free to practice during your self-study period.

We define an honest digital man as an autonomous person to deploy, and especially adapt as and when, an efficient and well-controlled process, based on a digital basis.

However, it's often easier to recognize an honest digital man by what he doesn't ...

He does not exchange hundreds of messages, all the time, from a smartphone.

He never uses a spreadsheet to organize himself. Indeed, the spreadsheet is a great tool for financial modeling, and a terrible organizational tool.

He does not use an application (integrated management software package or other online service) that he does not have the possibility of adapting to the reality on the ground by his own means.

He no longer complains about IT :-)

Note that learning to program in a classic computer language, such as Python or Java, is the first step in becoming a developer, not in becoming an honest digital man. Indeed, the complexity of the applications developed in these languages \u200b\u200bmakes their adaptation by operational staff perfectly illusory. In fact, the honest coder man, from the epic of Unix, free software, and the social prestige of digital startups of the 2000s, remains a myth.

To allow the effective emergence of the honest digital man, Storga therefore focused on reducing complexity, which required, among other things, the integration of the four key elements of an application, namely the user interface, the data model, the scripts managing the automatisms, and the documentation. The practical result is an operator who can finally understand how precisely a part of the process works, and make adjustments to it, without having to study the whole.

The manual