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January OJUG - Learn about Software Development Management and Staffing


Join us at the OrlandoJUG for a presentation about software development management and hiring. Aron Moskewicz is our guest speaker.

This session is about how the software development life cycle is managed, We'll look at everything from concept to maintenance. We'll also talk about staffing. Have you always wondered what the secrets are to getting hired or hiring the right people? You'll definitely pick up some useful info at this meeting.

Aron has been a manager for years at a large corporation. He's managed lots of projects and been responsible for staffing them. 


Please RSVP (here) so we'll know how much pizza to order. Feel free to invite a friend using the Codetown Invite feature. We're looking forward to seeing you!

This event is sponsored by CambridgeWorking software developers.

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