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Now, it turns out SYS-CON is a big power in publishing for cloud computing, along with their other assets

I have set up a number of conglomeration sites in the last week, which I thought I would share with the interested.  One relates to books, one to articles, and one to speaking.

The first is FiledBy, at http://www.filedby.com/author/bill_sempf/.  It is a managed site with books of mine that are still in print.  Neat concept, and I look forward to using it.

The second is SpeakerSite.  Set up by my friend Artie Isaac, it is a conglomeration of a lot of speakers on different topics.  My site is http://www.speakersite.com/profile/BillSempf and I have posted a video to my recent cloud computing presentation.  After my C#4.0 presentation Tuesday, I'll post a video to that too.

The third is Ulitzer. This one is pretty cool.  Back in 2000 -2001 timeframe, I wrote a number of articles for SYS-CON Media. After I started my contract with MSDN I kinda dropped off their map, but I didn't lose touch with the people involved. Now, it turns out they are a big power in publishing for cloud computing, along with their other assets. Anyway, they have these customizable author sites, and mine is http://williamasempf.ulitzer.com/. I'll be adding articles and linking up this blog to it shortly.

Anyway, I usually just write about technology, and this is not specifically VB technology, but it is cool use of the media so I thought I would share.

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Hi, my name is Bill Sempf, and I am an enterprise architect. Though I used to hate the term enterprise architect, it is clearly the only thing out there that defines what it is that I do. My breadth of experience includes business and technical analysis, software design, development, testing, server management and maintenance and security. In my 17 years of professional experience I have participated in the creation of well over 200 applications for large and small companies, managed the software infrastructure of two Internet service providers, coded complex software happily in every environment imaginable, and made mainframes talk to cell phones. In short, I make the technology that people are using every play nicely together.