The articles published in TechRepublic's new Web Master blog remind me of how much things have changed over the years. When I first got into Web work, the entire website was handled by a webmaster who did the HTML, backend programming, client-side development, and SEO (it wasn't called that then). That employee probably even managed the Web server application, if not the entire machine. Now, everyone has a pretty specialized role in most organizations. Even though I still do a fair amount of design work, I'm doing less and less of it. I know a lot of other programmers who do very little or no design, while some folks are still doing all of it. What about you?
Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.