Friday, 05. April 2019, Code Fellows, Partner Power Hour: Software Development in the Public Sector

So you're interested in developing software for the public sector? In this session, we'll cover what it's like to work in public sector IT, opportunities available to public sector developers, challenges of developing public-facing software, and tips for career development to land your dream job while making a difference in your community. We'll build in time for questions and discussions about these topics, or anything else of interest!

About the presenter: 
Paul Alley is an enthusiast of all things data, whose public sector career has focused on building data-driven software solutions that help people engage with the data they need, when they need it. Paul is currently the Open Data Manager for the City of Seattle, and prior to that served as an Open Data Solutions Architect for King County. Paul has worked extensively at the local, state, and federal level to build and deliver data management systems for organizations including Northern Arizona University, Arizona K-12 Center, the U.S. Geological Survey, and T-Mobile. He is a certified Scrum Master, has a passion for Agile teamwork, and a healthy obsession with organizing product backlogs. Paul has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems from Northern Arizona University and enjoys hiking with his family, hang gliding, and playing guitar.

Partner Power Hour: Software Development in the Public Sector

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