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Mia Eve Ferguson was born on the 8th September 2008 at 18:38 in Hampstead, London.
Exciting times at Ferguson Moriyama! In the week that China overtook the US to have the world’s largest online population we are now able to offer professional translation from English to Mandarin (or vice versa).Obviously with our existing technical knowledge we can offer solid consultancy on the best way to go about performing translation using your existing infrastructure.We’ll also be looking at localising the Umbraco UI for Mandarin.
When I check into a hotel in Asia approximately 1 in 4 times I'm
asked if I'm the son of Alex
Ferguson. Through gritted teeth, I'll reply that I am the son
of Clive Ferguson and a Liverpool supporter as well.Yesterday this "making assumptions... composed the
following draft which I am yet to send.You have the wrong person, I am not Sir Alex Ferguson's son. I
just have the same name.
Good luck with your football career.
If you are any good, I'd suggest you play for Liverpool.Cheers.Darren "son of Clive" Ferguson
I seem to be answering a lot of questions about the way I work
recently so I thought I'd write a blog post to clear it all up. The
confusion seems to be around how I split my time between Umbraco
and TeamSite/LiveSite work and what Ferguson... York Mellon)
that has kept me busy 9-5 - and no more I gratefully add. This
relationship is now drawing to a close.
When I'm on contract, I'm still the MD of Ferguson Moriyama. My
company is myself plus 2 other full time employees. My wife is one..., he just
likes to sit in a room and code.
Ferguson Moriyama also makes use of an extensive network of
freelancers and contractors - my "little black book" contains 10
people, graphic designers, HTML/CSS gurus, people who build servers
are looking for an intern to work with us for an initial
3 month period, becoming a permanent Umbraco CMS developer at the
end of the period should the relationship work well for both of
Here is what we..., strong desire to learn
Good communicator - interest in business development as well as
Multi tasker - can do attitude - we don't like "I can't" at
Solid problem solver
Excellent written and spoken English... source software
During the recruitment process we'll be happy to talk
about the career path with Ferguson Moriyama. We engage upon a
three year personal development plan for all of our new
After meeting with Niels before the Umbraco UK festival last
week I am pleased to announce that I'll be offering Umbraco Level 2
training and certification in the UK through my company Ferguson
Moriyama.I've only just agreed to take on the training so there are no
firm details yet but you can keep up to date by following @fmoriyama on twitter or by
sending me an email using this contact
form.One of the first tasks is to update my site giving full details
of what the training involves along with the prices, practicalities
and sign up forms. You can expect this information to be online
towards the end of this week.Finally if you want the chance to be among the first to be
Umbraco Level 2 certified in the UK then read on.Within
The first UK Umbraco level 2 training and certification course
is now listed
on Umbraco.org and available to
book through Ferguson Moriyama. The course will be on December
the 2nd and 3rd at Bonhill
House in London. Spaces are limited so early reservation is
recommended.It has been a mad few days getting the infrastructure to run the
courses in place, but I've prepared a test run with 6 brave test
course atendees who will be coming to London in the next couple of
weeks.I've spent a large amount of time in the last few days learning
the course materials and adding to them where I see appropriate and
I'm excited an looking forward to getting out there and getting
more people into Umbraco.I must admit I'm slightly daunted
So I need to learn how to use Umbraco
5 - because in a couple of months of time I'll be teaching it
to others. I've played with version 5 during development and
contributed a few bits of information back to the community but now
is the time to get real.
I always find that there is nothing like a real project when
learning a technology. I'd spent the last couple of weeks deciding
what would be my proof of concept project, a little afraid to
commit a client to such as breaking piece of tech and then it hit
Gathering dust in a folder somewhere on my laptop was a set of
mock-ups for the new Ferguson Moriyama website. So why not?
Ferguson Moriyama on Umbraco 5 and blog and screencast about it
step by step so others can
So a little while later than planned I'm taking the next steps
with building the new Ferguson Moriyama site
with Umbraco 5. Since last time I
wrote I've upgraded to Umbraco to the RTM
release, but I've also upgraded the office PC so it is hard to
comment on performance.
site and also trying to output some of the site navigation.
Adding some style
I already have the mark-up for my site built so my first step... an entirely new development
The old Ferguson Moriyama site used web site forms and Umbraco
to handle a lot of our back office processes - in the next post in
this series I'll be trying to put some forms onto my web pages