What are your main interests in software development?
I am an IT Recruiter at Revolution Technologies. We are based out of Orlando, FL, specifically East Orlando by UCF. We work a lot with filling software developer positions, and the majority of those are java. I am looking to learn more about the software language, as well as be able to meet some good developers and possibly be able to provide them my services with job opportunities.
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I have just started recruiting at Revolution Technologies this past June straight out of college. I am not a huge tech guy, but so far what I have learned about the IT Industry has really fascinated me. I am always looking to learn something new, and will be very excited to come to the next meeting and meet some new people and share some ideas with them.
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