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No free lunch. Really?

No free lunch. Really?


This year, ITPalooza is an all-day event at an exciting new venue and in recognition of the attendees endurance, a FREE LUNCH is included!

Now we all know that there’s no such a thing as a free lunch but in this case that’s exactly what you’ll be getting! In addition, there’s a full-day of fantastic activities including:

  • Morning and afternoon keynote addresses by leading subject-matter experts from Amazon and Centrify
  • Marine Toys for Tots Mega Toy Wall
  • AppzBizz Mobile app treasure hunt – find the treasure hidden with the vendor booths
  • Branded-Pix Mobile app photo contest
  • 5 Tracks including Agile, Cloud, IoT, Security and Development
  • Exclusive invitation only CIO Track hosted by the CIO Council of South Florida
  • All-day VIP Lounge for meetings and quiet reflection
  • 3D visual Experience exhibit
  • Tesla Experience Exhibit
  • Vendor showcase spotlighting top South Florida Vendors
  • Hiring Fair
  • South Florida Tech Groups
  • Presentations, prize-giving and raffle
  • ITPalooza After-dark party and networking
South Florida CodeCamp (Mar 11) – Interview with Dave Noderer

South Florida CodeCamp (Mar 11) – Interview with Dave Noderer

What is Code Camp? South Florida Code Camp is a FREE one day GEEK FEST held on Saturday March 11, 2017. This is the 13th year for South Florida Code Camp. The event will have speakers from the local community and beyond. Speakers will be presenting some of the most requested topics like Machine Learning, DotNet Core, Windows 10, Mobile Development, ASP.NET, Javascript, JQuery, Visual Studio 2015, MVC Framework, Sharepoint, SQL Server 2016, Xamarin, cross platform development and Azure. Code Camp is community driven by a group of dedicated volunteers and speakers. Breakfast and lunch is included!

Episode 31: Dave Noderer and Erik Lindgren Build Community


$160K Top Job Pick: Java Developer, Broward County, Florida

$160K Top Job Pick: Java Developer, Broward County, Florida

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Java Developer

Our Client located in Broward County is looking for Java Developers.


  • Design and create awesome code, working closely with other team members.
  • Get things done. Takes ownership of moderately complex tasks and drives them to completion
  • Help break down and provides estimates for assigned tasks
  • Excellent understanding of testing strategies to deliver quality software.
  • Continuously acts to enhance knowledge of new technologies, development processes.


  • 5+ years of software development in Java & J2EE and the use of those technologies in n-tier development environments
  • Experience applying OOP principles
  • Experience applying design principles and patterns
  • Experience with TCP/UDP sockets
  • Experience with asynchronous messaging
  • Experience with MVC frameworks preferably SpringMVC Experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Experience with Linux servers
  • Experience using Git
  • Experience with IntelliJ and Junit
  • Experienced with UML diagramming
  • Experience with Gradle and Maven
  • Experience with .Net 4+


  • Experience with SQL databases
  • Experience with NoSQL databases

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ITPalooza 2016 Sponsors: Beat the Print Deadline Signup Now!

ITPalooza 2016 Sponsors: Beat the Print Deadline Signup Now!

The deadline for purchasing a sponsorship in time for the print deadline is Wednesday, November 9.

We have a limited number of sponsorships for ITPalooza still available. The deadline for purchasing a sponsorship in time for the print deadline is Wednesday, November 9.

If you or your organization have been thinking about signing up as a sponsor, now’s the time to do it!



IoT brings down the internet

IoT brings down the internet

dd0s-attackIt’s hard to believe but there it is. Friday’s massive cyber-attack that affected huge swaths of the US and Europe was aided by the plethora of devices in our homes. The unprecedented DDoS attack was aided by possibly thousands of compromised home devices.

With millions of internet connected devices in our homes, it was only a matter of time before a group of hackers decided to press them into service. Using code from a previous cyber-attack, hackers infected IoT devices and built a giant BotNet to hammer the DNS servers at Dyn with upward of a trillion kB of data requests.

This made it impossible for uses to access many of the US’ most popular websites from PayPal to Amazon.

Read this fascinating article from Wired and this article from CNN Money

Register now for ITPalooza and learn more at the Cloud, IoT and Security tracks!