South Florida .NET Code Camp is less than a month away and now is the perfect time to register. Code Camp is a FREE one day GEEK FEST held on Saturday February 22, 2014.
As a board member of the current STEM Advisory Board, I’m thrilled to announce that on May 14, the First NAF Student Industry Conference which will take place at the Miami Convention Center and brings together over 1500 students that will have the opportunity to hear from business and industry leaders who will deepen the impact of preparing students for college and career in the fields of engineering, finance, hospitality and tourism, health sciences and information technology.
We are looking for business partners who would like to engage with our students and present during a breakout session. If you are interested in presenting please fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms
Get My Interns
Also, please visit http://www.getmyinterns.org/ where students get matched with corporate internships to help kick-start their careers.
Our Financial Services client is looking to add an Oracle / SQL Server DBA to their team on a three to six month contract to hire and / or full time permanent basis. The client is looking to hire a DBA that will be responsible for the maintenance and administration of development and production Oracle 11g databases in a stand-alone and multi-node RAC with off-site DataGuard for disaster recovery enabled environment. The hired professional will be responsible for the creation and migration of database objects from development to QA then ultimately production following corporate change management processes. Other areas of expertise will include creating users, setting up alerts, performing backups of the repository, setting up rules, scheduling various jobs, etc.
There are some great prizes up for grabs at this years .NET Code Camp 2014. Just take a look at the Surface Pro 2 with Windows 8.1 and the Xbox Pro.
- Windows 8.1
- 128 GB Microsoft Surface Tablet
- Office 365 Home Premium
- Microsoft Complete for Surface
extended warranty and support
- Surface Touch Cover (Black)
- Incipio Self-Healing Screen
Protector For Microsoft Surface
- HD Digital AV Adapter
- VGA Adapter
- Carry bag
Have you registered for .NET Code Camp 2014?
NSU’s GSCIS is offering two exciting continuing education courses in mobile all development.
These on-site hands on training courses run over a period of 3 days include Course materials, lunch and snacks. 20% discount is available for NSU students, alumni and staff.
This course is a hands-on introduction to designing and building mobile applications for the Android™ open source platform. This feature rich, fast-paced course will show the participant, systematically, how to get started in Android development. The course dives into the basics including how to create Android™ GUI applications (basic to intermediate complexity) as well as using built-in widgets and components, using services and multimedia. This is the perfect beginner’s course for anyone who wants to quickly get up to speed creating applications for an Android™ device.
This course is a hands-on introduction to designing and building mobile applications for the Apple iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This feature rich, fast-paced course will show the participant, systematically, how to get started in iOS development. The course dives into the basics of Objective-C and the iOS development tools to create iOS applications. This is the perfect beginner’s course for anyone who wants to quickly get up to speed creating applications for iOS devices.
Miami’s Got Tech: Where Leading Tech Companies Meet Local Tech Talent
The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Technology & Bioscience Committee hosts a unique networking event where leading South Florida technology companies can meet top technology students from area universities, colleges and technical schools.
Miami’s Got Tech, now in its third year, offers a great opportunity to meet and recruit local talent and at the same time visit Miami’s first accelerator tech venue focused on economic development.
Miami’s Got Tech will also showcase innovative projects being developed by local technology talent — IT students are encouraged to participate. The best project will receive the Student Innovation Award.
For information contact: Marina Foglia, 305-544-5464 | [email protected]