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Thursday, January 05, 2012

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arkham

Congrats on the new job.

As my job has changed from cataloging as well (I'm currently working on learning PHP and MySQL for my new position as web administrator), the change from covering cataloging won't affect my following of your blog.

Not sure how much I'll understand of posts on XQuery, though.

Christine Schwartz

Hi arkham,

Wow, we're going down similar paths careerwise! If you end up using SQL then we'll both be using query languages. I'm hoping to write some posts on how I'm learning programming in general, so that's something we have in common too.

Nancy Adams

Hi Chris,

Congratulations on your new position. It's good to grow and change.

I've missed seeing you at ATLA and haven't been to many SEPTLA meetings.

Drop me a line and let me know how you are!

Christine Schwartz

Hi Nancy,

It's good to hear from you. I love your blog!

I haven't been able to attend ATLA (last one for me was 2008). Maybe I'll see you at the next SEPTLA meeting.

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