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?
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Justin James is an OutSystems MVP, architect, and developer with expertise in SaaS applications and enterprise applications.