25 January 2007

When you’re working on a web project, people are quick to point out what they hate about it, but less likely to tell you that it’s great. Today something nice happened — I and two colleagues got a recognition award from the CIO for a project we did last year. It was a pretty important project in some circles around the country, but for me it was great because I got a chance to do a few new things, work with amazing raw materials, and most importantly, work with some terrific people.

It was definitely one of my favorite projects ever, and only phase one has been completed — phase two should be careening forth very soon.


One comment

  1. Recognition is important, and you are correct that we usually hear the bad and not the good. Here is a random “good” comment. Your work and analysis in this blog are compelling.

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