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What Ive written this month has been a little self-indulgent. As you can probably tell Ive been getting a lot of work lately and Ive spent a lot of the time on this blog writing about it. Ive also been working on my new book which i may or may not be posting about in the future, but I have no idea what yet.
I hope that this has been interesting enough to whet your appetite. If you are interested in a more in-depth look at how I work (and why I do what I do), Ive got a new book out called The 5 Minute Workbook that will be out early next year so keep your eyes out for that. In the meantime, stay tuned to tell me what you think of my posts. Your feedback and questions are always welcome.
I have to go now, but I will be back next week with another new post.
I’ve got a new book coming out late next year so stay tuned for that.
Stay tuned, and keep your eyes peeled.
Ive been working for a number of years as the web marketing and business development manager for a company called Novell. We’ve been having some real success with the company and it is because we have so much fun and challenge each other. There are so many aspects of the company that I love like the people and the company itself. I love the people I work with and I love the fun I have getting to know them. I love the challenge of working for the company I love.
It is a small company and I don’t know if anyone else does what we do. Everyone knows what the Novell/Sun Microsystems relationship is like and its a little bit of a mystery. There is a lot of secrecy and the business is a lot more secretive than that. Sun Microsystems is a little more open and they have this huge amount of influence over Novell and vice versa.
In addition to my own experience working at Sun, I can speak from experience with Novell as well. I have worked at Sun since I was a young kid, since the early 90s. My first job was as a systems administrator. I spent my first two years in the company at Novell in the IT department. I was in charge of everything from the servers to the desktops.