Symmetry, what a beautiful thing it is. But in the world of IT, symmetry may have a different meaning. This week we spotlight two symmetrical events taking place in September. The first is SFTA’s IoT – which is all about opening your home to a vast array of connected devices and InfraGard’s Alliance Conference – which is all about shutting down the hackers who could ruin your day.
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Our client in Miami is seeking a QA Engineer who has experience creating their own test environments, instead of relying on established cases. As part of the quality assurance team, the QA Engineer will be responsible for manual and automated tests. It’s a full time permanent position with a well know financial company.
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Meet and mingle with the movers and shakers of the South Florida Tech Community.
Join 200+ technology leaders from across South Florida for the 3rd Annual Tech Night at the Ballpark. Every year Rachel Terman and her team put together this great summer event that promotes fantastic networking and the thrill of a Marlins home game. Networking starts at 5:30 and include a bar and sponsor exhibit.
ITPalooza is now accepting speaker/session proposals for 2015.
Why speak at ITPalooza: Now in it’s 4th year, ITPalooza appeals to a diverse cross-section of the South Florida tech community. Speakers will have the opportunity to interact and network with a broad demographic from product development, through sales and marketing to C-level executives.
ITPalooza is accepting speaker proposals through the end of October 2015. All speaker proposals will be reviewed by the ITPalooza selection sub-committee. Submitting a proposal does not automatically grant you a place on the schedule, speaker slots at ITPalooza are limited due to classroom space constraints. You will be notified of the selection committee’s decision.