HighEdWeb Assocation October 10-13, 2010
 

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Managing Projects in Web Development

MMP24 Marketing, Management, and Professional Development Track

Pavillion Ballroom, 4th Floor

Monday,
10:45
11:30
AM

Learn the latest Web project management lessons from a thirteen-year Web development veteran. There are things YOU can do to help manage the project load and the impact the projects you have. Learn to apply basic project management techniques to Web development and see how a PM approach can influence the administration, allowing you to gain control of your project list again. Web developers typically have tens if not hundreds of projects going all at once. Having a way to help manage the nightmare can mitigate the work stress!

Presenter

Daniel Frommelt
University World Wide Web Coordinator, University of Wisconsin - Platteville

Daniel Frommelt has been the Web Coordinator for the University of Wisconsin - Platteville since 1997. Daniel has a staff of ten students who assist him in maintaining the core university Web pages, and with training faculty, staff and students on Web page maintenance and development. Daniel's background is in publishing, teaching, management, and computer technologies. Daniel is on the board of directors for the Higher Education Web Professionals Association, an executive committee member of the Campus Web Council of Wisconsin, a graduate of the State of Wisconsin's Club Tech 2000 program, holds a master of science management in information technology from Colorado Technical University and a BA from Loras College. Daniel is very active in pursuing Web standards and advancing Web technologies. He has written multiple articles on Web standards and design techniques for A List Apart online magazine.

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