Suzy Yonyoff | 1 Feb 22:18 2016

Java opportunity


Join a team that provide their IT professionals with the environment to use their creativity and problem solving abilities on a number of cutting edge and exciting projects.  A leader in furniture manufacturing is looking for a Java Developer responsible for developing and maintaining applications necessary to support and drive a suite of diverse and cutting edge applications.  Will be involved in all aspects of software development including  design, development, testing, implementation, deployment and support. Work is done in a collaborative Agile and fast-paced team environment.  Business requirements are discussed thoroughly allowing for improvements during the design and development phases.  Work with managers and system architects to formulate and address strategic and tactical initiatives.  This is front end development using HTML, Java Script & CSS and Agile.

If interested, please contact Suzy Yonyoff:  suzy.yonyoff-ZFjctcgLR36akBO8gow8eQ@public.gmane.org

 

 

SUZY YONYOFF
Technical Recruiter

1000 Abernathy Road, Suite 500

Atlanta, GA. 30328
Office: 770-677-2415
Cell: 678-557-6179
suzy.yonyoff-ZFjctcgLR36akBO8gow8eQ@public.gmane.org


MATRIX
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Vincent Mayers | 29 Jan 15:31 2016
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Last Day for Devnexus 2016 tickets

Hey peeps this is the last day for Devnexus tickets. We have about 30 left and then we will be sold out. So if you want to attend today would be a good day to sort that out

https://devnexus.com/s/register-overview

Cheers
The Devnexus Crew
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Ian.Mendelson | 21 Jan 17:58 2016

Startup Looking to Hire Local Java Developer

Good morning.

 

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to address your group meeting on Tuesday evening regarding the java developer position I have available with my startup.

 

Background:

The development company I hired out of Boston to develop my a web app went out of business with my project at the 5 yard line.  It was developed using Java and MySQL databases but the developers used their proprietary software for the actual development portion.  I’ve had two outside developers look at their work and he confirmed that it was good work but that someone would have to get acquainted with their software OR migrate it off their software so standard development software can work on it (I am told their proprietary system was developed with such a migration in mind).  Both of these developers were interested in the project but had full time jobs and could not dedicate the time necessary to complete this project in a timely fashion. 

 

Overview of the Company:

Coming from a background in real estate and property management, I started a company that solves a huge, real pain in the residential real estate marketplace – the applications process for renting properties.  Our company enables renters to apply online and get all of their applicable information verified prior to looking for (and applying for) rental properties and then shares that information with landlords at the request of renters.  There is a significant cost and times savings to both the renters and landlords in addition to many, many other benefits.  There is a whole lot more to the business that I will share if someone is qualified and interested.

 

The initial market research and testing for this concept has been overwhelmingly favorable from both renters and landlords.  I have multiple investors lined up for this project but I’m looking to do a soft launch of the site to get some empirical data to improve the valuation of the company and terms from the investors.  In addition, the money from the investors will be used to develop a whole new site with all the bells and whistles that will make this site a huge success. (The current site was developed as the MVP model for just proof of concept.)

 

What I’m looking for:

I’m looking for a local qualified and passionate developer who wants to work with a startup.  They must be CURRENTLY AVAILABLE and will be responsible for finishing up the site, helping launch it and then maintaining the site moving forward.  The developer needs to be local to the Atlanta area, currently available to work on this project part time (ideally full time) to get it up and launched and then be available to manage/debug/improve the site moving forward.  The developer will also be crucial in the architecting, planning and development of the full website once the money is raised from the investors.

 

If the site cannot be easily migrated off the current proprietary system and it will be quickest/easiest to redevelop it, then that is something I’m also willing to consider.

 

Compensation:

The compensation for this project can be done in cash but I prefer equity b/c equity aligns everyone’s incentives properly.

 

If this sounds like something you’d be interested in OR you know someone who fits what I’m looking for, please email or call me.  I will gladly buy your group a round of donuts for your next meeting if this pans out.

 

Thanks for your time.

Ian

 

Ian Mendelson
Allied Property Group, LLC
A Licensed HomeVestors Franchisee
600 Concord Road, SE
Smyrna, GA  30082
P: (770) 435-0887
F: (770) 435-0981
C: (678) 525-9024
Providing Solutions for Ugly Situations

 

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Adam Shepherd | 6 Jan 23:39 2016
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Re: Looking for Java Instructorsfor MS/HS students

Hello,

I've worked with College students in the past. How many hours would the class require?

Thanks

Adam

Adam Shepherd


On Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 10:45 AM, TYL Academy <info-rJfJ+3a88Wf4Vlb2ToI5yA@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello
The Young Leaders Academy (TYLA) is looking for Java/Mobile App/Web development instructors who are enthusiastic to teach our MS/HS students. Classes will be on weekends. Prior teaching experience is a plus.

Locations: Alpharetta, Cumming and Marietta.
Hourly rate $35-$40/tbd. 
 
If you are some one who is excited to inspire and guide our young leaders about the wonders of programming please contact us via email: info-0SzZjbzewiaxbKUeIHjxjQ@public.gmane.org.

Please visit our website www.tylacademy.org for more details. 

Thanks 
Kamala Vadlamudi

678.691.7030                             190 Prospect Place, Alpharetta GA 30005
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TYL Academy | 6 Jan 16:45 2016

Looking for Java Instructorsfor MS/HS students

Hello
The Young Leaders Academy (TYLA) is looking for Java/Mobile App/Web development instructors who are enthusiastic to teach our MS/HS students. Classes will be on weekends. Prior teaching experience is a plus.

Locations: Alpharetta, Cumming and Marietta.
Hourly rate $35-$40/tbd. 
 
If you are some one who is excited to inspire and guide our young leaders about the wonders of programming please contact us via email: info-0SzZjbzewiaxbKUeIHjxjQ@public.gmane.org.

Please visit our website www.tylacademy.org for more details. 

Thanks 
Kamala Vadlamudi

678.691.7030                             190 Prospect Place, Alpharetta GA 30005
www.tylacademy.org                              https://www.facebook.com/tyla.us
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Vincent Mayers | 5 Jan 19:33 2016
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Pardot Engineering Mixer

Hi Peeps, Happy New Year. Pardot Engineering, one of our AJUG sponsors is hosting a mixer at the Midtown Taco Mac on Tuesday, January 26 from 6-9PM. Grab a drink, have some snacks on them, and chat with Engineers, UXers, Product Managers, and other nerds about cool stuff going on at Pardot. 

Get full event details and RSVP on Eventbrite: http://prd.to/meetup-rsvp

Keep up with Pardot Engineering on Twitter twitter.com/pardoteng


Cheers
Vincent 
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pratik | 5 Jan 17:42 2016

Kids coding event: DevNexus Jr - Minecraft Modding with ScriptCraft

***** This is a separate event (though co-hosted at DevNexus 2016) specifically for kids in the 7th and 8th grade! 
***** Also, don’t forget that the early bird pricing for the”grown-ups" DevNexus event expires this weekend!

Attention Minecrafters! We're doing the inaugural DevNexus Jr event on "Minecraft Modding with ScriptCraft" on Monday, February 15! Note that this kids coding event is on Monday, Feb 15, which is a school holiday.


Details:

Attention Minecrafters! We're doing the inaugural DevNexus Jr event on "Minecraft Modding with ScriptCraft" on Monday, February 15! Our goal is to motivate and excite students about programming. 

Please read the details below carefully to see if your child qualifies. Also, please show up early as we will start at exactly 11am, as you will need time to get your child's laptop connected. The room will be available at 10AM, so we encourage you to arrive early.

  • 7th or 8th grade children only
  • Must be a current Minecraft player (needs to know the game well)
  • Must bring own laptop
  • Must already have Minecraft account
  • PARENTS: You MUST be available during the duration. You are welcome to bring your laptop and work/relax in the adjacent room, but you must be reachable and nearby. Due to space restrictions, one parent per student please.

Lunch will be provided for students at a nearby restaurant from about 12:30-1:30. Parents will be coming with us to lunch and parents' lunch will also be provided. We will likely not be able to accomodate for special dietary restrictions, so please bring your own food if necessary!

FAQ

  • What will the kids learn?
    • Basic JavaScript
    • Installing Minecraft mod software
    • Executing JavaScript code from within Minecraft
    • Writing a Minecraft Mod in JavaScript and running it inside the program
  • Location: Georgia World Congress Center, Building A, room A304.
  • Time: 11AM - 3PM
  • Travel info: We encourage you to take MARTA to the GWCC. If you prefer to drive, please park in the lot(s) for building A. We do not cover parking fees.
  • Why different tickets for girls and boys? 
    • We want to make sure that we have an equal number of both to encourage diversity in programming. Hence, there are the same number of tickets available for both boys and girls.
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TYL Academy | 15 Dec 16:14 2015

Java Instructors needed for MS/HS students

The Young Leaders Academy (TYLA) is looking for Java/Mobile App/Web development instructors who are enthusiastic to teach our MS/HS students. Classes will be on weekends. Prior teaching experience is a plus. Locations: Alpharetta, Cumming and Marietta. Hourly rate $35-$40/tbd. 
 
If you are some one who is excited to inspire and guide our young leaders about the wonders of programming please contact us via email: info-0SzZjbzewiaxbKUeIHjxjQ@public.gmane.org. Please visit our website www.tylacademy.org for more details. 
Thanks 
Kamala Vadlamudi

678.691.7030                             190 Prospect Place, Alpharetta GA 30005
www.tylacademy.org                              https://www.facebook.com/tyla.us
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Summers Pittman ℝ | 30 Nov 15:49 2015
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Book club style engineering/hack club

My roommates have a monthly book club.  They read a book and then get
together to have snacks and discuss it.  I was wondering if people
would be interested in doing something similar except with
technology/hacking.

The idea would be is we have a monthly topic we can work with.  The
topic could be anything from stupid FPGA tricks (hardware, low level,
etc), node.js tricks (something purely software), drones (cheap toys),
etc.  At the end of the month we get together, show off some cool
things we did, discuss the technology, have some snacks, and then
start over for the next month.

Anyone interested?

Summers Pittman
>>Phone:404 941 4698
>>Java is my crack.
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Vincent Mayers | 6 Nov 01:42 2015
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Atlanta Technology Jingle Mingle 2015

We’re getting ramped up for the annual Atlanta technology Jingle Mingle on December 16. So why not come out for some holiday geekery?

For the 3rd Atlanta Technology Jingle Mingle, we've again joined forces with all the local tech meetups for an evening of networking, sharing stories, and having a few drinks while toasting to an awesome 2015. Tickets are $10 (or $15 if you are tardy to the party) and include 2 adult beverages and snacks. 

The rumour on the street is that Santa will be making an appearance and raffling off some prizes too! 

Remember, TWO drink tickets (beer or wine) and FREE food included with admission.




Cheers
Vincent 
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