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Written by Tim Black   
Thursday, 31 July 2008 02:00
As you may know I have received a call to serve as the pastor of Caney Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Caney, Kansas.  I thank the Lord for this opportunity to serve Him and His church there.  This means I will transition from full time web development (6 days a week) to part time web development (1 day a week). Using that 1 day a week I plan to continue serving my current clients by utilizing my subcontractors more and serving as the project manager over them. Here at Always Reformed Web Development we already successfully use several collaboration tools (Trac, Subversion, and Bazaar) behind the scenes to divide the project into tasks, track the progress of completing each task, and collaboratively manage the code in a version control system, so this transition should not change the level of service we are able to provide our clients. The only noticeable change is that for the past few weeks I’ve been unavailable as I packed, took ordination exams, went house-hunting, and now as I’m moving out to Kansas. I will resume web development work August 11, and soon after will be launching several new sites we’ve been developing.
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