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My new job

Joining Innodata Isogen.

[Innodata Isogen logo]

I'm happy to announce that I've accepted a full-time position as a senior consultant with the professional services group at Innodata Isogen. I have known Isogen employees and alumni since SGML days; one still-current employee, Eliot Kimber (a.k.a. Dr. Macro) was on the W3C Working Group that invented XML. The Isogen people have remained on the cutting edge of XML and related work both inside and outside of the publishing world, and their acquisition by Innodata has broadened the scope of the kinds of work that both Innodata and Isogen can do. The Innodata Isogen consulting arm that grew out of the Isogen acquisition is based in Dallas, but I'll be working from home. The company has other offices and production and development centers in Hackensack, Austin, India, Sri Lanka, and the Philippines.

When looking for a technology-related job, much of the search is an investigation into what's going on out there, and that's been an interesting project. There's definitely a lot of cool work going on. I look forward to taking part in this work with Innodata Isogen and with their development partners.

(And of course, opinions expressed in this weblog do not represent those of Innodata Isogen.)


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Best of luck!

Congratulations on your new position. I hope it's a good fit for you. I wish you the best of luck!

Best regards,