Tag Archives: top contributors 2015

2015 Contributors of the Year: Joanna Schloss

Some of the concepts that strike fear in other's hearts — big data analytics, IoT analytics, data warehousing — are the very topics that are near and dear to Joanna Schloss. Joanna manages to make the confusing and complex clear, an ability that can only come with deep knowledge.

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2015 Contributors of the Year: Tom Petrocelli

Tom Petrocelli's career path shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone who knows him — he grew up surrounded by information technologists and computers. His 30 plus years in the industry makes it possible for him to weigh in with an informed opinion on our diverse editorial focuses.

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2015 Contributors of the Year: Joe Shepley

When Joe Shepley writes a post, that isn't the end of the story.  With every article, he tries to open up a dialogue, on occasions being deliberately provocative in the headline ("Office 365 is a Disaster Waiting to Happen " anyone?) to trigger conversation.

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2015 Contributors of the Year: Carrie Basham Young

Some people need coaxing to find their voice, to write the way that they speak. Although I have not met her in person, my money says Carrie Young is not one of them. Titles like "Tools, Schmools: It's Really About Community Management " tell the story — Carrie combines

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2015 Contributors of the Year: Sam Marshall

Before Sam Marshall started writing as a contributor for CMSWire, he wrote for CMSWire. Let me explain. Sam's thoughtful comments on the site complemented and furthered the thoughts shared by our contributors. It only seemed natural to take the next step and ask him to write posts of his own.

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2015 Contributors of the Year: Sam Marshall

Before Sam Marshall started writing as a contributor for CMSWire, he wrote for CMSWire. Let me explain. Sam's thoughtful comments on the site complemented and furthered the thoughts shared by our contributors. It only seemed natural to take the next step and ask him to write posts of his own.

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