With all that’s going on – and all that may still come – it behooves us all to be more efficient. For some, efficiency is a hallmark that can best be defined by the Agile process.
If you or your company is involved in the software life-cycle, then the forthcoming LeanAgileUS conference is for you. Taking place next Monday and Tuesday, February 27 and 28, the LeanAgileUS Conference brings together the industries best subject matter experts under one roof.
As a friend of SFAA, we are happy to share with you a 20% discount off when you register:
LeanAgileUS conference in Fort Lauderdale on February 27
The next big Agile conference in South Florida is here! Lean Agile US will be in Signature Grand on February 27-28. The South Florida Agile Association presents the Agile Journey track. And as a friend of SFAA, we are happy to share with you a 20% discount off when you register:
www.LeanAgileUS.com – Discount code ULTISFAA
An unmatched who’s who of world-class speakers:
Visiting from Europe, we have globally renowned speakers: Klaus Leopold is an author and respected consultant in Kanban. Troy Magennis is a thought leader in agile metrics and the emerging trend of probabilistic forecasting. Karl Scotland advises major enterprises on learning organizations in the process of transforming to ‘lean agility’.
Then we have US based thought leaders that are world renowned: Dan Vaccanti is an author and a thought leader in lean metrics and probabilistic forecasting. More on metrics with the amazing Larry Maccherone, a data scientist and agile consultant who has helped many organizations understand a healthier view of agile measurement. Yuval Yeret, a prolific agile blogger, and consultant on SAFe and agile. Mark Kilby, an agile coach, and mentor that is advancing agile for distributed teams. Peter Borsella, who is our local CST and brings us the upcoming trend on Scrum for Hardware. And the list goes on.
You cannot get to see such a lineup, unless you travel to major global conferences. This conference brings it all to you, right in our own backyard. In sunny South Florida in February. Register now at: www.LeanAgileUS.com, discount code ULTISFAA
Our Client Located near Downtown Miami is looking for a Java Web Developer. The ideal candidate will be responsible for coding, production, modification, and maintenance of enterprise-class websites for desktop and mobile. Focusing on the Java tier of their web applications, works closely with their front-end developers and IT Enterprise services team to write clean, modular, and efficient code that enable their digital products.
Java & J2EE • MVC frameworks including Struts and Spring
Integration with web services
JSON, XML / XSLT
Responsible for the design, development, operation, and maintenance of web-based Java applications, Web services, and Web interfaces. Designs, develops and implements site objectives by analyzing user requirements; envisioning and developing system features and functionality
Codes digital products and their new features at the application layer. Codes will consume APIs and services that enable cruise itinerary bookings, restaurant reservations, loyalty management, online check-in systems, guest personalization, and social media integration.
Determines design methodologies and tool sets; completing programming using languages and software products; designing and conducting test
Defines interdependency with other disciplines and is involved in the testing and certification processes
Leads, directs and provides technical guidance to team
Completes applications development by coordinating requirements, schedules, and activities; contributing to team meetings; troubleshooting development and production problems across multiple environments and operating platforms
3+ years of relevant experience in Java & J2EE development, JSON, XML / XSLT, TSQL, MVC frameworks including Struts and Spring, Integration with web services
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, MIS, Web Development or equivalent professional experience.
SME in computer science, engineering or related discipline
Capable of working independently with minimal supervision
Demonstrate a degree of creativity with strong analytical and problem solving skills
Strong with methodologies, tools, best practices and processes within specific area of responsibility
Exposure to Service Oriented Architecture and Web Service development standards (SOAP, XML, WSDL) and developing in Spring and Hibernate frameworks
Agile/Scrum development methods Experience working on at least one of the following:
Large enterprise-level marketing sites with deep content marketing, an eCommerce or booking funnel, rich product content catalogs, and features including calendar, facets, tag management, and feeds from other core business systems
International eCommerce sites with experience developing user interactions and understanding complex product catalog-related integrations with other applications
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You are invited to Join The SFTA for Cinco De Mayo themed 5th Annual Golf Tournament. Celebrating the wonderful diversity of our region, we’ll be incorporating a colorful Cinco De Mayo Festival theme throughout the event.
Calling all Sponsors!
This year’s Golf Event is in aid of the SFTA’s Charity portfolio fund and will be supporting several South Florida organizations.
We are offering loads of brand popping sponsorship opportunities to help you get noticed. Whether you’re a seasoned campaigner or a newcomer wanting to break-through, we have packages priced just right.
When you commit to being a sponsor you are supporting the SFTA’s Charity Portfolio Fund.
Reserve your Company Table or purchase individual delegate tickets today!
You are invited to join the CIO Council of South Florida for a morning of education, networking and insights.
When: Wednesday, March 15, 2017
The Annual State of the CIO is a not-to-be-missed event, that offers CIOs and I.T. Execs relevant industry insights and valuable peer-networking opportunities.
The State of the CIO event provides a forum for an open exchange of ideas, collaboration on issues of mutual importance, leveraged vendor relationships, and focused community involvement.
In the past 3 years alone:
9 Scholarships awarded across Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties
Attended by over 750 I.T. Decision Makers
More than 100 local and regional companies represented
Delegates can expect:
Network with top local and region I.T. decision makers
Learn from subject matter experts who ‘live the job’ on a daily basis
Your attendance supports the CIO Council of South Florida Scholarship Fund
Reserved table for 10 available
Who should attend:
CIOs, CTOs, Senior I.T. Managers
I.T. Analysts and Consultants
Directors of I.T. and Infrastructure
I.T. Decision Makers and Procurement Managers
Download a select list of Job Titles and Company Names from recent State of the CIO Events
07:00 am – Sponsor registration and setup
By-Invitation only CIO Breakfast:
07:00 am – 07:30 am – Registration for ‘Invitation-only CIO Breakfast
07:30 am – 08:30 am – Breakfast, Presentations and Networking
State of the CIO General sessions:
General registration opens at 07:30 am
08:30 am – 10:00 am – Breakfast, networking and one-on-one vendor meetings
10:00 am – 10:15 am – 2017 State of the CIO introduction and announcements
10:15 am – 11:00 am – Keynote Address
11:00 am – 12:00 pm – State of the CIO Panel Discussion
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm – Closing remarks