Harry B. Garland: Database Applications Developer
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Content Management System:  Microsoft SQL Server holds content together.  In the year 2000, I dove in to the early days of web development, when HTML files were being hand-crafted.  Whenever somebody from Marketing or Customer Support or Sales wanted to change content on the website, they would email an engineer, and the engineer would put the change into the HTML code.

Always driven to stay a step ahead of the curve, I looked for an opportunity to build a better system.  Innovated using ASP, ADODB, and Microsoft SQL Server to store content in a relational database, we were able to build a system enabling us to work together in an unprecedented new way.  Not knowing it at the time, I invented a Conetnt Management System.  Results: Anybody in the company could log in to the Admin console, and edit chunks of website content at any time, without developer intervention.

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