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Web developer goes offline

WITH all the online fever going on the pages of WA Business News this week, the Note decided to keep the ball rolling with news about Perth-based web developer Miles Burke (pictured) entering traditional publishing.Mr Burke has been successfully operating Bam Creative for the past few years and said becoming an author wasn’t on his agenda until he was approached by publisher SitePoint. The book is called The Principles of Successful Freelancing and is a guide to going solo in the web and IT industries.Mr Burke reckons there’s plenty of work out there for web developers and mentioned Bam had just completed work on www.gowestnow.com to help WA businesses recruit workers from outside the state.Writing a book wasn’t easy working to a tight schedule, he says, and he’s still completing the final chapter even though pre-sales have started on Amazon.“Now I know how you journalists feel,” he told the Note.

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