Last week another piece of the puzzle dropped into place. I was able to fill a role that had been open since January 2007, the Infrastructure Architect Evangelist role.
I set the bar high and really was keen to find someone that was an infrastructure guru, AND who had a background in the wild and wooly world of web hosting.
Well, I am really happy to say that we found the person for the job.
Jorke Odolphi has come aboard and is part of the growing DPE team in Brisbane. Jorke joins us from WebCentral, Australia's largest web and application hosting company. So he knows a thing or two about infrastructure, as well as building & managing large scale hosting platforms.
And Scott Barnes is excited to another comrade nearby.
So, the team looks a little like this at the moment
We have one more new team member to add to the list, but he doesn't come online until July, so I will save that news for another day.
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Mmmm...any likelihood there could be SA represented?
Only one UXE? Is that a testament to software and services providing intrinsically good user experiences? Or is it because it's easier to sell licenses than emotion?
c'mon Frank!! give us a hint..where's he located? what group will he belong to? (web??? dev???)
I have had to make a big decision recently. One that impacts many many people, including my family. I
The final person hired into the team here in Australia has been Greg Willis , who has taken to blogging