Magnolia turns 10 – turns out I’m a 7 year old Magnolian, too !

There seems to be a trend among some old timers at Magnolia to write about what Magnolia turning 10 meant to them. I followed suit; other than making me feel old, here’s what I came up with.

I joined Magnolia in 2006. Unbeknownst to me at the time, I was joining a company that went through a bunch of hoops, ups and downs, and was just on the verge of taking a huge bet by releasing its first “Enterprise Edition” – a paid-for version of an otherwise free and open-source piece of software, which was a fairly new concept at the time. Oh well, what could go wrong ?
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