Turn That Job Into a Profession
Putting together 67 years of experience in the IT world and 36 in the world of the web, Sackett and Wagner will pass along the wisdom of the ages so you young whippersnappers can do a better job than they did. A compendium of life lessons as they apply to the job, to help you be proud of what you do (no matter what life stage or job position you are in).
Systems Programmer, Princeton University
John Wagner has been with Princeton University in various technical positions since 1980. He currently is part of the Collaborative Services Group which is responsible the care and feeding of the exchange, sharepoint, streaming media, and web services systems. Wagner has been on the conference program committee since 2001 and co-chair of the TPR track since 2004.
District Coordinator Web Communications, St. Louis Community College
George Sackett has been with St. Louis Community College managing their website for six years, corralling the original STLCC websites into a single cohesive site. Prior to STLCC, he was instrumental in building and maintaining the initial website for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Sackett is a freshman member of the conference planning committee.