IT Director (Montreal, Canada) Candidate Profile

Posted on January 3, 2014. Filed under: Candidate Profiles, Software Development | Tags: , , |

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Many recruiters and employers come to ITtechExec and NoddlePlace looking for specific skills sets, and it is our aim to match our clients up with those needs. Therefore, toward that effort, we highlight some of our clients each week and share this post across all of our network.

IT Director with 18+ years of Innovation in SOA, Solution Architecture Integration, Software Development, IT Management & Governance:

  • Specializes in the architecture design, development, implementation, and management of mission-critical enterprise applications
  • Proficient in meeting the stringent regulatory standards for the global financial, banking, ISP, and pharmaceutical markets
  • Received MBA and a Master’s degree in electrical engineering
  • Certified by Sun as a Java Architect

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Want to know more?

For the full resume or in an introduction to the client highlighted here, contact Stephen at Stephen@ittechexec.com directly.

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NYC Software Developer (Java, .NET, C#, PHP) Candidate Profile

Posted on November 8, 2013. Filed under: Candidate Profiles, Software Development | Tags: , , |

Candidate Profile Snippet

Many recruiters and employers come to ITtechExec and NoddlePlace looking for specific skills sets, and it is our aim to match our clients up with those needs. Therefore, toward that effort, we highlight some of our clients each week and share this post across all of our network.

Want to know more?

For the full resume or in an introduction to the client highlighted here, contact Stephen at Stephen@ittechexec.com directly.

New York City Software Developer, 5+ years experience, banking, healthcare, energy, retail…Java, .NET, C#, PHP:

  • Developed application for energy company to run remediation scripts 10x faster
  • Created SQL-based algorithms for supply chain, distribution, and inventory management
  • JavaScript, C/C++, VBScript, PowerShell Scripting, Delphi, and Python
  • AJAX, jQuery, CSS, and HTML
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with Computer Science Minor
  • A+ Certified

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Software Developers: Where Have All the Good Ones Gone?

Posted on June 6, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , |

Each week the Tech Career Forum hosts a Wednesday afternoon chat called #TCFchat on Twitter at 3pm Eastern. This week (today) the discussion will be centered around software development, programming, QA, and the like, and the various career issues associated with those roles.

In 2012, developer and programming positions are booming. The U.S. Burear of Labor Statistics software developer careeris expecting a 28% increase in Applications Developer positions and a 12% increase in Computer Programmer positions.

The problem, however, is that companies and recruiters are reporting that finding good candidates is harder than ever. So, now more than ever, candidates for these roles need to prepare for how to present themselves as qualified.

Here are the questions that will be discussed in today’s chat.

1. How do you distinguish yourself from the competition on your resume and online profiles?
2. How do you communicate your technical value and your business value?
3. What strategies can help improve your odds of conducting a successful job search?
4. How do you translate this into a successful interview?

 

If you miss today’s discussion at 3pm Eastern, you can follow the recap on Twitter by searching on #TCFchat, you can see the discussion on Storify (and see past #TCFchat discussions), or participate in the aftershow discussion on LinkedIn with the Tech Career Forum group.

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