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.
ANN ARBOR (WWJ) – Skilled computer programmers in Southeast Michigan have an opportunity to take part in an advanced IT training program offered by the Michigan Economic Development Corp., Ann Arbor Spark, Michigan Works and […]
The Michigan Economic Development Corp., Ann Arbor Spark, Washtenaw Community College and Michigan Works are partnering together to offer a Shifting Code course focused on Java this fall.
SRT Solutions, a software development, research and training company, has begun work with LLamasoft, a global leader in supply chain design technology.
On Monday, April 16, the Michigan Economic Development Corp., Wayne County Community College District, Workforce Intelligence Network, the Detroit Workforce Development Department, and local IT companies will launch a new initiative to meet the growing need for skilled IT professionals in southeast Michigan.
Infosys, a Bridgewater, N.J.-based consultant in technology, and the Wayne County Community College District Monday marked the first classes of a new 18-week program to provide Infosys world-renowned software development training program to grow Detroit’s technology talent pool.
A new IT boot camp aimed at producing entry-level software engineers for the growing tech sector in metro Detroit will kick off March 12 at the Wayne County Community College District University Center in Harper Woods.