This blog will track technology trends in and around Boston, and ones that effect technology professionals working and living in Boston.
As you should be able to tell, I have a special interest and expertise in ecommerce, telecommunications, agile software development, and software project management. I have worked in a number of industries, including banking, retail, ecommerce, telecommunications, health care and real estate.
I have tried to cultivate a “Renaissance Man” approach to my education and career with the past 10 years being primarily focused on software development and agile project management. Some notes about my technology experience.
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About the Blog
The amount of change that technology and software development will experience over the next 10 years will be significant. Many areas of technology and software project management have been transformed over the past decade, but I expect that the emergence of new technologies like ruby-on-rails and the rise of agile project management techniques will drive more change. And by the way, the name of the blog, “Hub Tech Insider”, is derived from the nickname of Bostonians for their city “The Hub”, which comes from Bostonian Oliver Wendell Holmes once referring to the City of Boston as “The Hub of the Universe”.
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You’re reading Boston’s Hub Tech Insider, a blog stuffed with years of articles about Boston technology startups and venture capital-backed companies, software development, Agile project management, managing software teams, designing web-based business applications, running successful software development projects, ecommerce and telecommunications.
About the author.
I’m Paul Seibert, Editor of Boston’s Hub Tech Insider, a Boston focused technology blog. I have been working in the software engineering and ecommerce industries for over fifteen years. My interests include computers, electronics, robotics and programmable microcontrollers, and I am an avid outdoorsman and guitar player. You can connect with me on LinkedIn, follow me on Twitter, follow me on Quora, even friend me on Facebook if you’re cool. I own and am trying to sell a dual-zoned, residential & commercial Office Building in Natick, MA. I have a background in entrepreneurship, ecommerce, telecommunications and software development, I’m a PMO Director, I’m a serial entrepreneur and the co-founder of several ecommerce and web-based software startups, the latest of which is Tshirtnow.net.
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