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Nicholas Olmo
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Apex Systems and Level Up In Tech are hosting an in person networking event on Friday February 2, 6-9pm EST. This will be local to residents of Washington DC at the current address of The Salamander DC, 1330 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, District of Columbia, US, 2002.

Registration Link: https://www.linkedin.com/events/levelupintechcloudclubmeetupwit7140455867375673345/about/

Apex System Recruiters, current Level Up in Tech (LUIT) guests and alumni, and newcomers to the tech industry are all welcome! This is a golden opportunity to build relationships, explore opportunities, and gain invaluable insights to propel your career forward.

What’s Happening:

  1. Networking Galore: Connect with seasoned professionals and fresh faces in the tech industry.

2)Food & Drinks: Delicious eats and refreshing drinks will be available for purchase, adding to the fun and relaxed atmosphere.

  1. Expert Insight: Apex Systems recruiters will be there in full force, offering their expertise and connections to help you climb the career ladder.

A Perfect Setting for Growth:

Apex is all about creating an environment that fosters growth, learning, and meaningful connections. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, this meetup is the perfect venue to expand your horizons. If you’re in the DC area, don’t miss this chance to connect, grow, and have a great time!


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Bil Griffith-Black
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over 6 months ago

Im 54 and have a background in design, tech and stagecraft (audio/visual/lighting) but the grunt work and waiting for an opportunity to move up in this highly coveted and competitive environment has led me to what feels like another dead end. I feel moving in to low voltage tech work might be perfect for me. Anyone have any advice on how to jump to a new career at 54 years old? Thank you in advance. #careerchange #lowvoltage #tech #jobsearch

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Hello everyone, I am new here. I joined two days ago.

My name is Abimbola, I'm from Lagos, Nigeria. I am a tech newbie, I recently changed career to tech from over 10years in Customer Service.

I didn't know of Jobcase until 2 days ago when I was searching for an alternative professional platform to Linkedin.

Glad to be here and I really will appreciate a warm welcome.

Follow & connect with me, let's travel this road together. #newuser #firstpost #careerchange #tech

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Mei Haenze
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over 6 months ago

Basically, a good knowledge of English grammar and spelling. Tech Writers frequently review what SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) write and make sure the 'voice' and 'tense' are consistent. A willingness to learn is essential, as you will need to be able to grasp and simply explain quite technical data. A related degree, such as in English is also helpful altho not essential; absent the degree you will need to show how your experience applies. You also have to be able to speak up and defend your work. In addition, be sure all of your writing is formal, no shortcuts, as I did above with altho. Everything you write is an example of your work. And they will probably want samples of your work. #tech writer #job search

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Gayle Alstrom
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Great advice

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Maosen Hu
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over 6 months ago
  1. The Strategy pattern allows us to extract the common parts of a family of closely related components into a component called the context and allows us to define strategy objects that the context can use to implement specific behaviors. The State pattern is a variation of the Strategy pattern where the strategies are used to model the behavior of a component when under different states.

  2. The Template pattern, instead, can be considered the “static” version of the Strategy pattern, where the different specific behaviors are implemented as subclasses of the template class, which models the common parts of the algorithm.

  3. The Iterator pattern provides us with a common interface to iterate over a collection. It has now become a core pattern in Node.js. JavaScript offers native support for the pattern (with the iterator and iterable protocols). Iterators can be used as an alternative to complex async iteration patterns and even to Node.js streams.

  4. The Middleware pattern allows us to define a modular chain of processing steps. This is a very distinctive pattern born from within the Node.js ecosystem. It can be used to preprocess and postprocess data and requests.

  5. The Command pattern materializes the information required to execute a routine, allowing such information to be easily transferred, stored, and processed. #workfromhome #tech-trends #jobsearch #wordsofadvice #interview #healthcare

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Kaleb Burg
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over 6 months ago

Tech is a very family oriented establishment and professional. I was in a hard time and they supported me.

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Melissa Wilson
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over 6 months ago

If you work for tech medical you quit they want hire you back only fault I have

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