Our beloved VP of Sales, Lesley Frohman, is in Aventura Hospital with broken bones after a slippery Monday fall. Please share your wishes for a healthy return to her feet at [email protected].
Last week saw two extraordinary events in the South Florida Tech Calendar. Saturday and Sunday was PayPal’s BattleHack during which I added the capability for ITPalooza sponsors to pay for their sponsorship via the ITPalooza event page.
And the winner is: YellowPepper.com. The winning app makes it easy for consumers to find places to withdraw small amounts of cash at a low cost, using businesses in their own neighborhood and a PayPal technology that is very secure.
Tech Night At The Ball Park: Summer fun was high on the charts at last Tuesday’s Marlins v Dodgers game where a group of South Florida Tech / Ball fans got together to celebrate.
This week we have Herve Roggero at West Palm Dev, SFTA Cloud Compare, TechConnect at NSU, Refresh Miami assembling an ‘A’ team and the iCoast CIO Council Vendor Appreciation event.
This past Tuesday, August 20, a group of enthusiastic Tech / Marlins supports got together for a mid-summer Tech Night At The Ball Park celebration. Many thanks to the organizers and sponsors who made the evening possible.
Miami Marlins right fielder Mike Stanton slides safely into third base after a single by teammate Logan Morrison in the fourth inning of their game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Marlins Park
Our client, a giant in streaming media is looking for a Project Manager to build, manage & integrate digital assets and media content workflows.
You will be:
- Primary point of contact for Digital Asset Management (DAM) and workflow systems. FLCD of development to implementation of an end to end asset management system
- Manage vendor selection process
- Work closely with operations, engineering and vendors to gather requirements, build “as-is” and “to-be” processes
- Manage project from conception to testing to release. Track and communicate project deadlines and progress
- Manage the integration of existing media systems with the new workflow systems
- Oversee defect identification, and associated regression and re-testing efforts
South Florida Code Camp is looking for speakers and session leaders. The continuing goal of the Code Camps series is to provide an intensive developer to developer learning experience that is fun and technically stimulating. The primary focus is on delivering programming information and sample code that can be used immediately.
The event is free and all slides, manuals and demo code are provided free! As a community based event this is a general call for speakers and session leaders to help make this event a success.
The South Florida Code Camp will have 12 tracks of six – 70 min sessions with 10 min breaks between sessions and a free lunch. We are open to any type of session you want to hold although most are traditional presentations.
Requested Session Types:
Code focused presentation – These are presentations that include both power points and code demos. Given the audience that is attending it is important that a large amount of the presentation is focused on code and coding related techniques.
Click here for Presentation Suggestions
Chalk Talks – These sessions are designed as a facilitated discussion around a developer topic. They are presented as a free form facilitated discussion that leverages the expertise of the presenter and the combined knowledge of the group to explore a specific topic.