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How I Got Started in Software Development-A Tribute to Ed

Steve:

Happy Memorial Weekend everyone. This is a time to remember those who have gone before and in some cases have left us. I started a tribute series that celebrates those who have had an impact on me as a person and on my career. It started with my father-in-law, Ed Jankowski, who did so much to get me started working in technology. I thought this Memorial Weekend, I would reblog my original tribute to him. Still miss you Ed!

Celebrate with family and friends this weekend! Remember those who have left and cherish the time with those who are still here.

Originally posted on Data on Wheels - Steve Hughes:

A tribute is an expression of gratitude or praise.  As I head into this holiday season I wanted to express thanks to those individuals who have impacted my career through the years.  What got me thinking about this was the fact that my father-in-law passed away two years ago in mid-December.  I wanted to honor his memory.  I have chosen to do this by starting an annual blog entry where I recognize an individual that has directly impacted what I am doing today.  As a result, this first tribute will recognize my father-in-law, Ed Jankowski’s influence on my career.

Ed Jankowski, My Father-in-Law

I would have to say that Ed was most directly involved with my transition to the field of software development.  I had no prior experience working on computers before I met Ed.  During my employment at Bethany House Publishers, I saw a need Beaver Hatto “automate” the book used…

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Steve Hughes is a Principal Consultant at Magenic. His area of expertise is in data and business intelligence architecture on the Microsoft SQL Server platform. He was also the data architect for a SaaS company which delivered a transportation management solution for fleets across the United States. Steve has co-authored two books and delivered more than 30 presentations on SQL Server and data architecture over the past six years. He also provides insights from the field on his blog at http://dataonwheels.wordpress.com.

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