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Networking & Tech Talk at Aspenware
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Networking & Tech Talk at Aspenware

Come join us and explore what it takes to build software from start to finish and what it means to be a woman in the Software Consulting industry!

12/9/2014
When: Tuesday, December 9th
5:30- 8:00pm
Where: Aspenware
Contact: Anna Meck

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Networking and TechTalk at ASPENWARE

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At Aspenware, we build beautifully crafted, enterprise grade applications to solve complex business problems. The women of Aspenware will walk you through the software development life cycle and the critical role that each person plays. We will describe the key components of software engineering including business strategy and analysis, project management, user experience design, software architecture and software development. Come join us and explore what it takes to build software from start to finish and what it means to be a woman in the Software Consulting industry!

 

  

Leila Adams is an entrepreneur, software developer, and business technology consultant. She has a BA in English Literature and an MS in Computer Info Systems. She's spent the past eight years crafting elegant technical solutions that are equally beautiful as they are functional. When she's not solving big business problems for Aspenware clients, she's launching a woman-owned startup with her friend. She's known in the tech community as @thatgirlcancode.

 Stacy Heidt is a Senior Consultant with Aspenware and a PMP with 10 + years of experience managing technical projects in multiple fields including Travel & Leisure, Financial Services, Healthcare and Government contracts.  She has a BA in English Literature and Rhetoric and an MBA in Marketing.  Stacy is the Board Secretary for the Rocky Mountain Help Desk Institute Chapter.

 Amber Alston is a Senior Consultant with Aspenware. From mobile apps to immersive training simulators, she has 10+ years of experience in technology product management, identifying and translating strategic business objectives into the delivery of highly useful and usable technology solutions. She holds dual Master's Degrees in Human Systems Engineering & Communication Theory, and when not helping clients succeed, is active in STEM/STEAM advocacy and the Maker Movement.

There is no cost to attend, but RSVPs are necessary to plan for the evening. Please RSVP to Anna Meck at swe-rmsPDchair@swe.org.

 
 
Date: Tuesday, 9 December 2014
Time: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Aspenware

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