Saturday 19th March, 2016
3:05pm to 4:20pm
Session Level: 100
For those of us who've spent our career in a forest of cubes, take the time to hear from the "jungle of technology". Hear stories about IT environments where the flora and fauna are frequently deadly. Find out how to set up a WiFi mesh when lightning is the predominate form of electricity. How do you support a customer when the road hasn't seen 4 wheeled traffic since 1987?
Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) exists to relieve human suffering and develop people’s capacity to improve their conditions. We are a Christian organization with members from many different churches around the world.
Before you head back to your beige office furniture on Monday, allow me to leave you with either a reason to be thankful for your present circumstances, or a challenge to work beyond the ordinary
Department Manager of Software Services at Mission Aviation Fellowship
With a degree in Mathematical Sciences, and a former U.S. Air Force pilot, I built most of my career as an embedded systems software engineer for Tektronix, Sharp and Hewlett Packard.
I am now Manager of Software Services for Mission Aviation Fellowship. My team has the opportunity to design, deploy, train, manage, maintain and replace critical systems that allow our staff, all over the world, to provide services to the most isolated populations known.
Software Developer at Mission Aviation Fellowship bio from LinkedIn
Elliott Stoddard has over 20 years of professional IT experience in software development, systems administration, and project management for universities, tech start-ups, non-profits, and a Member of Congress. One of his favorite topics is communication from remote locations, and is a certified Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) installer and Amateur Radio Operator, General Class. Elliott can literally send e-mail from anywhere in the world.
You can contact him though his website https://K7TRY.com/contact/.
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