Welcome to my website. The carnaghan.com domain started its life in 1999 when I initially registered it in the hope of learning how to build my own web page. Back then I was really just beginning my journey of learning how to design, code and build sites. For many years this site was left dormant. Over the years I published some freelance work but it wasn’t until 2011 I started actively using it as a blog and began writing articles every once in a while. I also managed a different blog for a while called insidethewebb.com, but in the end I found I didn’t have the time for two sites so I merged the content here. Some of the earlier articles from insidethewebb were written by other authors. Today I use this as a space primarily for writing about current topics and concepts I am interested in within web development in general. I recently completed my doctorate and some of my more recent research activities have also been archived here. Hopefully some of what I write will be useful for others in my field, please feel free to leave comments on any posts you may find of interest.

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I am an experienced software developer, solutions architect, and interaction designer for government, education, and private sector industries. I hold a doctorate in information and interaction design. My current role at ICF International involves designing and developing federal business applications with a range of programming platforms including ColdFusion, ASP.NET, PHP, Python, Grails, Ruby on Rails, SQL Server, and MySQL.  I actively contribute to content strategy initiatives and I am involved with various Content Management Systems (CMS) including Drupal, Percussion Rhythmyx, Joomla, Umbraco, and WordPress.  I regularly coordinate the ICFs Drupal community meetings and co-host the monthly Rockville Drupal meet-up. I am also an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and have taught various web applications, software development, and digital media courses for the past seven years.

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