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I am currently a GIS Software Engineer working for a company in downtown Atlanta. I find it especially interesting merging both of these wonderful fields into an enjoyable career. I believe that applications will require growing spatial awareness. I love writing, reading and developing code, architecture and I am heavily involved in design patterns and testing frameworks.

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GeneralMoving On Pin
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GeneralDigital GIS Ramblings Pin
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GeneralCRM's and Settng up personal sites Pin
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I have paid for a web account for a number of months, which has lied dormant for quite a few. Recently I decided it was time to take action and actually place a CRM on the site and get blogging. Well, not just blogging, but talking about all the cool development stuff that I think some people would be interested in, if not for my wifes sake of me having an outlet that is not her ear.

Well, I will say there are so many different blogging packages/CRMs out there it is truly over whelming. I originally had chosen xoops, as what programmer would not be lured by the promise of a truly object oriented crm? I found this was not terrible, but I had to spend allot of time getting the thing up and running. I was eager to play with the "Article" module and this looked extremely promising for content management. Well, I played and tinkered for a while, but eventually got a little frustrated, I am a developer, how hard can this truly be?

So, I am removing it as I type, to try the favorite of all favorites... Wordpress. I just want to blog, store some links, maybe articles... or even better, link my cp articles with it. I know, CSS and HTML work wonders. But I want to take advantage of the wonderful features provided by CMS's.

I guess I will continue to post my woes and tribulations. If you want to see the progress visit my homepage listed in my sig... that is if there is anything there hosting a site...

AAron

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