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Me – A blogger – Who would have thunk?

by Donald Feinberg  |  April 17, 2009  |  Submit a Comment

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines curmudgeon as “Archaic”.  That’s me – sometimes.  Many of the open source bloggers might agree.  In years past, they all thought I was a curmudgeon.  Go ahead Tony – laugh.  But I can come around – although I still believe that companies like to make money and developers like a pay check.  When it comes to blogging – that is not me – or so I thought.  I do not read blogs and this is my first attempt at writing one.  Funny that two years ago, I won an award in our group for being mentioned more than anyone else in blogs that year!  And this, when I never read blogs or comment on them. So the curmudgeon changes again and here I am with my own blog. 

Tchau

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Donald Feinberg
VP Distinguished Analyst
25 years at Gartner
50 years IT industry

Donald Feinberg is a vice president and distinguished analyst in Gartner Intelligence in the Information Infrastructure group. Mr. Feinberg is responsible for Gartner's research on database management systems and data warehousing infrastructure. Read Full Bio




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