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Business

What a difference a year makes. I've been through two role changes in the past 12 months and now find myself returning back to a 'past life' looking at Content Management. Let's see how content management has gone 'Alfresco'. First let's start by figuring out how I got here. In working with a new organization, I've been enjoying the typical 'immersion period' of getting to grips with the systems...
on Jun 4, 2007
I have, quite recently, switched to a new position at the company for whom I work. Previously, I had been in a strange sort of role; officially a team lead for our web development group, but realistically much closer to a traditional web developer position. I say strange, because this wasn't what I was hired to do, but was invariably the best way I could contribute to my organization. One thing...
on Jun 29, 2006