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To my own astonishment, there are times when I appear to be the "smart guy in the room." In fact, when I delivered the last new employee training, someone jokingly changed my title to Condescente. Or, was that Cognoscente?
Whatever, my point is... that it's not...
It's been a good month, and I thought I'd take a post to celebrate AND educate. This post's a bit more sales-y than usual, don't say I didn't warn you.
Though, I swear that the stories I tell here are true, I do try to keep these posts pretty light hearted. At the same time, I share my...
Forrester calls us SOA and Web Services Management. I like Forrester, they ranked us quite well.
I was re-listening to a David Linthicum EBizQ...
I was about to enter a meeting yesterday, when a peek into the room showed me everyone dressed “business casual.” Seeing as I was wearing a suit and didn't want to be overdressed, I flipped off my shoes and headed on in.
It wasn't long before someone commented on my suit....
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