Customer-facing digital transformation is perhaps the most visible evidence of a company’s commitment to change. When we think about how our interaction with so many companies has changed over the past few years, we realize that much of that change is driven by digital transformation. A simple, but effective example is ‘package/parcel tracking’ as implemented by the large carriers like FedEx and USPS. It’s significant because it is an early example of how previously internal data is made publicly available. Another example is how FPL has integrated all a consumer’s data into one easy to manage dashboard accessible via a browser.
If you are a digital transformation specialist of if your company is committed to digital change, contact me for the talent needed to get it done. [email protected]
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Our Miami-based client is looking for a Chief Technology Architect responsible for in-house architecture and development of all Consumer Facing Technologies in a multi-platform environment, including all Web Applications, Mobile Applications, Kiosk Applications, and more.
Chief Technology Architect
TITLE: Senior Quality Assurance Analyst
SALARY RANGE: $100k
POSITION: Open to Perm & Contracts
Customer-focused and results-oriented IT executive with over fifteen years experience. Proven ability to manage all types of large-scale projects from planning to execution with an emphasis on Quality Assurance. Known as a consistent high achiever who is able to effectively communicate across globally dispersed groups. Adept at solving challenges by using excellent analytical skills in order to deliver workable solutions that directly add ROI.
COMPANIES WORKED FOR
HBO Latin America, Carnival Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean, Burger King Corporation, among others.
System Development Life Cycle
Test Plans/Test Cases/Strategies
Processes and Standards
Automation Testing Tools
Waterfall and Agile Methodologies
Mobile and Software Testing
Release and Change Management
Test Lab Management
HP Quality Center, QTP, TFS, Jira, POS, Rational Clearquest, Browserstack
System Development Life Cycle, Processes and Standards, Waterfall and Agile Methodologies, Disaster Recovery, Mobile and Software Testing, Test Plans/Test Cases/Strategies, Automation Testing Tools, Release and Change Management, Test Lab Management, Defect Management, Requirements Analysis, Risk Mitigation, HP Quality Center, QTP, TFS, Jira, POS, ERP
Masters in Marketing Communication and Advertising, Emerson College, Boston, MA
Bachelor of Arts, Howard University, Washington, DC
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- break-out sessions,
- college/career fair, and
- interviews by industry professionals with students eligible for summer internships
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Pizza and Drinks are going to be provided Sherlock Talent.
June’s event will be about learning and using Docker. We’ll learn about what Docker is. What “Containers” are.
What they CAN do and what they CAN’T. We’ll also learn what are they good for and why you should be learning it.
We’ll have a live coding presentation where we’ll use the app we’ve been building together on Node and we’ll get it working locally on our docker box. All setup from scratch. If we have time, we’ll spend some time showing you how to push it up to production using the “Cloud”. To come prepared, make sure to install docker in your laptop first.
Getting your Node App running in Docker