Over the years I’ve had quite a varied career from selling insurance to building houses, six years in the Royal Engineers, 12 years as a civil engineer building roads and bridges and then 11 years in the IT industry rolling out Enterprise Financial and Project Accounting solutions and Content Management Systems and now localization tools as part of a Global Information Management strategy.
Over all of this time I like to think I’ve picked up a few skills along the way for making IT a little easier, so I decided to create this blog so I could easily share some of the things I find useful and interesting.
There may be a bias towards the things I do at the moment working for SDL, but I hope you find them interesting and maybe even useful too.
If you want to contact me you can use the feedback form on this blog and I also have a few other places too such as LinkedIn and Twitter. I have a couple of Facebook Accounts, one for work and one personal… the work is more of a twitter feed for me and a place to discuss things as part of my work if necessary and my personal is family only (so if you happen to find me twice that’s why!)
If you like to attend the occasional translation industry event we might even get a chance to meet as I get around a fair bit these days… you can find my next event in the righthand sidebar to these pages.
One last thing, if you’re a Kindle fan you can also get this blog on your Kindle too!