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People that present themselves as specialists in everything, they are probably quacks

Hello I’m looking for the specialist

Looking for a specialist

Good afternoon Sir, can I help you?

Hello Miss. Good afternoon. I’m looking for a specialist.

We have many specialists. May I ask what’s your concern?

I’m looking for a specialist that knows everything.

That will be very difficult because our specialists are all well trained in a particular part of the field. May I ask what’s wrong. Do you suffer heart failure, do you have a broken a leg or do you have trouble hearing or seeing? If you tell me exactly what you’re looking for, then I can tell you which specialist you need.

Oh, of course. Totally forgotten. I went to the doctor because of a strange spot on my back. He does not trust it at all and he advised me to go to the specialist. I got a referral to a dermatologist here.

No problem Sir. Dermatology, please follow route 72. Remind: If you scratch it, it won’t heal!


The IT way.

I’m looking for an IT or web site specialist who can do everything.

This is impossible in a single function. Even in the field that deals with (WordPress) websites or in the field of Office 365 / SharePoint, we are dealing with various specialties.

Broadly speaking, we recognize various specialties or disciplines

  • Requirements engineer / functional designer; the discipline that should clarify the needs of customers who have to look for the question behind the question, posing the tough questions like: “What do you want to solve?” or “Who is your audience?”. What must be, what features we design the system to which users. These requirements engineer is intensive dialogue with the client and potential users (the people who will operate the system), and other stakeholders who are influenced in their work by using the system.
  • infrastructure consultant
  • Developer
  • Web designer
  • UX (User Experience) design


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This is a blog by Wim Mulders, 1960, The Netherlands. I’m writing from a 30-year background in process and information design. In my day time, I’m working as an Enterprise Content Management consultant for Atos with more than 10 years of experience in Microsoft/ Office 365 and SharePoint. I write a lot of material over there but on my own site I don’t need to be “diplomatic” and according to company standards. That’s why I use this site. To write my own message, in my own style.

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