About Mark Lumadue
I have been working with HTML and related stacks since 1997, when I realised you could publish artwork and poetry to the web without having to pay a publisher or fight with an agent. By 1999 I was working professionally, and landed a full time position at Centocor Inc. Within a year they were purchased by Johnson & Johnson, and I spent the majority of my career there, managing hosting platforms, leading international teams, and developing web sites for many different business divisions in Pharmaceutical Research & Development.
Over the many years I cut my teeth on many different technologies, some web related and others not, but I ended up with a deep understanding of Information Technology and enterprise infrastructure, as well as the realities and challenges of a large organization. I have also been involved in several FDA submissions, supporting the submissions and presentation teams, as well as acted as the FDA audit technology lead for a couple of different R&D sites. One day in 2011 I woke up to discover I was also a Project Manager, and have managed a dozen or so projects (some more I.T. related than others) from inception to final delivery, working with teams around the world to deliver web solutions to the business.
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