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New Post 9/1/2009 12:31 PM
User is offline David.Hughes
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Hello from Scotland 

Hi all,

Just joined the Modern Analyst site, still having a wee look around and looks like it will be invaluable to me.

After 5 years as a Web Developer and Senior Software Engineer and a further 2 years as a Development Consultant, I will be moving on to become a Business Analyst (as soon as my current post has been back filled)

Looking forward to the challenges this role will bring with it and will no doubt be on this site more often that not :)

I work for an HR and Payroll Services company in the UK, but my office is based in Glasgow.  We are currently working with some big names at the moment and things are looking great going forward into 2010 and beyond, so I think this role has come along at an amazing time for me.


Newly promoted to Business Analyst for an HR and Payroll Service company in the UK. Base location Glasgow, Scotland
New Post 9/1/2009 1:38 PM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: Hello from Scotland 

Welcome David,

I hope you find these forums, and the resources here at Modern Analyst in general, very helpful.

Chris Adams
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