Software expert Bill Wagner, who sold his SRT Solutions software development business to Grand Rapids-based Atomic Object last year, has launched his next venture — software training.
Grand Rapids-based Open Systems Technologies announced Monday it had been named one of only 20 premier partners with San Francisco-based Xamarin, a company whose technology allows developers to build fully native mobile apps across all major device platforms using the computer language C#.
A state medical panel has issued a two-year suspension for a doctor awaiting trial on charges of committing sex crimes against girls.
Henrik Zetterberg has learned how to lead from Steve Yzerman and Nicklas Lidstrom, two of best captains in hockey history.
SRT Solutions, the Ann Arbor software development company, is launching a series of classes for software developers on in-demand skills.
SRT Solutions, a software development, research and training company, has begun work with LLamasoft, a global leader in supply chain design technology.
PLYMOUTH — When it comes to cloud computing, tech consultant Michael Simon Bodner says, “This is not an option” — it’s mandatory. Like Star Trek’s Borg, he says, “Resistance is futile.” Bodner told a CEO […]