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The Web, Configuration Management, Y2K, ITIL, IR35, Theft & B2B IT Contracting

In my previous blog post in this series, the early years of IT contracting, I shared my experiences of working in the UK IT industry in the 1980s. Sometime while I was busy doing all that, another IT contractor and utterly brilliant Englishman, by the name of [Sir] Tim Berners-Lee cobbled together something he called the World Wide Web. So given it was invented by an Englishman in Switzerland, why do the Americans now act as though they own the internet? And why… Continue reading

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Review of a Quarter Century in IT Contracting – It Began in the 1980s

My first company was incorporated on 30th September 1987, 25 years ago last Sunday, and there’s been a lot of water under the bridge since then both for me and the IT industry as a whole. In this short series … Continue reading

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