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Re: Introducing Lewis Nyman

From: Chris Mills <cmills@opera.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 10:37:40 +0100
To: public-webed@w3.org, Lewis Nyman <hello@lewisnyman.co.uk>
Message-Id: <9FB98352-0DE2-4FA8-82DE-200E37F4DDF5@opera.com>
Thanks for the introductions guys - nice to meet you!

Can you all put your details in your profile pages on the Wiki, so we have a record of you, what you can contribute, and what your interests are, and we can also link to those bio pages easier from project team pages, etc.?

I am not around much this week, but I have left for you a new blog post, which I would like feedback on. See:


have fun, and I'll speak to you next week.


Chris Mills
Open standards evangelist and dev.opera.com editor
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On 27 Aug 2011, at 17:18, Lewis Nyman wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> My name is Lewis, I'm a front end developer and designer who does a lot of Drupal work at Capgemini in the UK.
> I graduated in 2010 from a Oxford Brookes university having taken every web related course available. I would describe the courses as dated, rigid and uninspiring which encouraged me to delve even deeper into my own side projects and personal education.
> That thirst for knowledge and connections with the rest of the web community has been a huge gift once I've come into  the workplace.
> I spend a lot of time at work educating my colleges about web standards, development gotchas, usability and accessibility.
> If only my university course was able to teach me this! 
> Lewis Nyman
> 07753103690
> www.lewisnyman.co.uk
> twitter.com/lewisnyman
Received on Monday, 29 August 2011 09:38:14 UTC

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