David Wilde
David Wilde
David Wilde is a former English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire in 1971 and 1972. Wilde was born in Glossop. He started playing for Derbyshire in 1969 for the junior sides and for the second XI, and became a regular bowler for the second eleven in 1970. In the 1971 season Wilde made his first class debut against Somerset in May when he took three wickets. He played three more first class games in the season but most of his games were for the second XI.
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A Little Raskin: Far From Paradise Inn - Seattle Weekly
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But the restaurant has lately struggled to meet the high standards its founders touted, a failure managing director David Wilde attributes to the seasonal nature of the restaurant business at 5400 feet. "It's always challenging up there because you
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That was August 2011 - CIO UK
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David Wilde, the new CIO at Essex County Council is cutting IT jobs as part of a programme to modernise its information services and save £32 million in costs. The cuts are part of a wider job cull at the council, as part of its transformation
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Redistricting now in Salt Lake County Council's hands - Salt Lake Tribune
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The council provided plenty of thank yous to the panel Tuesday but offered no discussion about a proposed redistricting overhaul that could force two council members — longtime District 3 Republican David Wilde and District 4 Democrat Jani Iwamoto
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Cloud computing offers 'effective disaster recovery' - Comms-express.com
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David Wilde, former chief information officer for Westminster City Council, revealed that the body moved to a private cloud network during his tenure, which resulted in the council benefitting from significant cost savings
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Private cloud services 'offers $36 billion revenue opportunity' - Hostway
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In a recent interview with the Belfast Telegraph, former chief information officer for Westminster City Council David Wilde suggested that private cloud services models are more efficient for organisations that need to ensure data is stored in an
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Murray flood victims have week to finish claims - Salt Lake Tribune
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Councilman David Wilde, whose district includes the west Murray neighborhood, said county officials sympathized with the homeowners, especially since county crews had been working since Memorial Day to fix the broken culvert behind the homes
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SL County Councilman David Wilde drawn out of his district in map endorsed by ... - Deseret News
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In the County Council proposal endorsed by the commission, longtime Salt Lake County Councilman David Wilde is drawn out of his District 3 seat. Wilde was also drawn out in another map considered by the commission. A third map considered by the
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Lights going out on Salt Lake City theater project? - Salt Lake Tribune
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“I've been skeptical about this Broadway-style theater from the very start,” County Councilman David Wilde says. “Nobody's convinced me that we really need this.” Fellow council Republican Steve DeBry echoes the point
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Essex County Council cutting IT jobs - IDG News Service
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The council's CIO is David Wilde, who recently joined from Westminster City Council. Essex County Council said that it had already saved half, £150 million, of the savings target through "smarter working". To achieve further savings, the council plans
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Essex County Council cutting IT jobs - ComputerworldUK
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The council's CIO is David Wilde, who recently joined from Westminster City Council. Essex County Council said that it had already saved half, £150 million, of the savings target through “smarter working”. To achieve further savings, the council plans
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Socitm welcomes Public Administration Select Committee's report and ... - eGov monitor
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The PASC report picks up many of the points given in evidence to the Committee by Socitm Policy Director Martin Ferguson and by senior Socitm Members David Wilde and Mark Adams-Wright, when they appeared before the committee in March
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DWP asks integrators to share SME supplier lists - MicroScope (blog)
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However, Essex County Council CIO David Wilde said the onus was also on SMEs to be smarter when approaching the public sector. He said small businesses would need to be able to answer big questions about scalability. "That's something public bodies
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Prayer still plays a role in many public meetings in Utah - Deseret News
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SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake County Councilman David Wilde feared religion was being squeezed out of public life. So he was insistent that when Salt Lake County's legislative body converted to a council form of government
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Add shared services, subtract CIOs: David Wilde's recipe for a better public ... - Silicon.com
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Essex County Council's IT chief David Wilde on joint CIOs and shared services in the cloud... By Nick Heath on 12 July 2011 09:25 David Wilde is a public sector CIO who believes there needs to be fewer heads of IT in government
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Westminster Council CIO moving to Essex County Council - ComputerworldUK
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Westminster City Council CIO David Wilde is leaving on Friday to head the IT team at Essex County Council. He will be filling a gap left by former Essex County Council CIO Mark Briggs,
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Westminster City Council CIO David Wilde leaves for Essex County Council - ComputerWeekly.com
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Westminster City Council chief information officer David Wilde is leaving at the end of this week to take up the equivalent role at Essex County Council. At Essex County Council, Wilde's initial brief will be to modernise IT and build confidence with
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    TWENTIES
  • 1972
    Age 21
    In the 1972 season, Wilde played proportionately more games for the first team and recorded his best bowling figures of 3-27 against Essex.
    More Details Hide Details Wilde played limited-overs cricket with one match in 1969 and 1970 and extensive appearances throughout 1972, but left the professional game in the same year. Wilde was a left-arm medium-fast bowler and took 23 first class wickets at an average of 37.39 and a best performance of 3 for 27. He took ten wickets in one-day cricket with an average of 31.10 and a best performance of 3 for 31. He was a left-handed batsman and played 15 innings in 13 first class matches at an average of 3.10 and a top score of 12. He played 3 innings in ten one-day matches and made one run.
  • 1971
    Age 20
    In the 1971 season Wilde made his first class debut against Somerset in May when he took three wickets.
    More Details Hide Details He played three more first class games in the season but most of his games were for the second XI.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1969
    Age 18
    Wilde was born in Glossop. He started playing for Derbyshire in 1969 for the junior sides and for the second XI, and became a regular bowler for the second eleven in 1970.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1950
    Born
    Born in 1950.
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