The South Florida fall-season has never been so action packed. In the coming weeks we have TechWeekend@the Dolphins, the Chief Technology Officer Summit, SFBJ CIO Awards, CIO Council luncheon and track at ITPalooza.
VOTE WITH A CLICK!
We’ve added a fun feature to the 2014 ITPalooza website – voting! That’s right, we’re inviting you to visit the ballot page and vote for your favorite sessions.
Our client, an online marketing firm selling directly to the consumer has developed a custom CRM and as the company is continuing to expand would like to add a RoR developer to their team. You will assist in continuing to help build, expand & upgrade the CRM.
• Understand, document, maintain and enhance the company’s internally developed web based customer order management system, including interfaces to third party services.
• Use of automated testing to achieve and maintain software quality.
• Maintain and follow production change control procedures.
• Participate in security reviews.
• Experience with Ruby on Rails web based e-commerce software development.
• Experience with MySQL Server database administration.
• Good verbal and written English communication skills.
• Self motivated, team player.
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The 3rd Annual ITPalooza will be bigger and better than ever before offering sponsors unprecedented access to the South Florida’s IT Community.
Reflecting its commitment to the South Florida IT community, ITPalooza will once again be hosted at NSU’s prestigious Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences. Under the leadership of Dean Eric S. Ackerman Ph.D. the GSCIS partnership with ITPalooza promises to offer attendees the very best of South Florida technology.
“In addition to the Job Fair, Higher Education Fair, Technical Sessions and Vendor exhibit, this year, ITPalooza will feature a dedicated management track focused on the unique needs of CIOs and other top-level IT Executives.” Said Team Leader Alex Funkhouser.
Above all, ITPalooza is dedicated to raising money for various South Florida non-profits. Over the last two years, ITPalooza raised in excess of $75,000 in donations and cash.
Call for Speakers
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the 3rd Annual ITPalooza, please visit the sign-up page to create your account and profile. Once you have created your account and profile, you can upload your session description and presentation stack (if available). We will review your submission and if approved we will add you to the schedule.
Call for Sponsors
ITPalooza represents tremendous value for our sponsors. You will have the opportunity to interact with the South Florida IT Community in a relaxed, open environment that promotes networking, learning and sharing. Due to the overwhelming popularity of ITPalooza, sponsors are encouraged to sign up early. Please visit the ITPalooza Sponsorship page for more information and to pay on line.
If you have any questions regarding Sponsorship or Speaker Opportunities, please contact Alex Funkhouser, Alex@SherlockTech.com
Join Nova Southeastern University’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences (GSCIS) in celebrating National Cyber Security Awareness Month. GSCIS Hosts the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI Cyber Division, James Burrell for a special presentation on “Cyber Security and Trends,” on Tuesday, September 30 at 6:00 p.m. The presentation will be followed by networking amongst attended with light food and refreshments.
Recognizing the importance of cybersecurity, President Obama designated October as National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). NCSAM is designed to engage and educate public and private sector partners through events and initiatives with the goal of raising awareness about cybersecurity and increasing the resiliency of the nation in the event of a cyber incident. October 2014 marks the 11th annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security in cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center(MS-ISAC).
The iCoast CIO Council will be showing its support for the South Florida tech community once again with a presence at FinTank. The CIOC is planning a CIO Focused track with special events and custom content for CIOs and top level IT manager.
An entire weekend with:
• IT Pro Track
• Coding Track
Hundreds of Dolphins tickets and other prizes to be awarded to attendees!
Learn more here: http://www.thefintank.com
Confirmed sponsor include Citrix, Microsoft and SherlockTech, we welcome additional sponsors that want to connect with the South Florida technology community.