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.
The Grand Rapids IT firm Atomic Object has acquired Ann Arbor software development firm SRT Solutions. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
SRT Solutions, the Ann Arbor software development company, is launching a series of classes for software developers on in-demand skills.
To meet the regional demand for evolving software development skills, SRT Solutions and Microsoft are hosting a Windows 8 Boot Camp on July 24. Attendees to the free, full-day event will learn about the new Windows 8 platform, including design tenets, programming language choices, and operating system integration points.
SRT Solutions, a software development, research and training company, has begun work with LLamasoft, a global leader in supply chain design technology.
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Brian Genesio, a developer at Ann Arbor-based SRT Solutions, has developed a baby sign language app for the new BlackBerry Playbook.
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