Intertech is celebrating 20 years and it couldn't have happened without your support. Thank you! In order to show our appreciation, we are hosting an open house on May 31, 2012 from 2-6pm. Come see Intertech's new facilities, attend one of 2 Oxygen Blast presentations, check out our 'smart' classrooms, and enjoy a beer on us. More details to come. Check back soon!
Andrew Troelsen @Intertech
Andrew Troelsen is the lead .NET instructor and .NET courseware author for Intertech, where he has worked for the past thirteen years. His work in the .NET community has resulted in obtaining Microsoft C# MVP status for the past five years. When able, Andrew speaks at various conferences around the country and has authored a number of books on the topics of COM, .NET, C# and the Visual Basic programming language.
Jim White @Intertech
Jim White is the director of training, partner, consultant, and instructor with Intertech, Inc. He is co-author of ‘Java 2 Micro Edition' (Manning) and a frequent contributor to various journals and on-line magazines. Jim is the developer of Geo-iT, an application that provides hikers, bikers and others information about their direction, altitude, speed and global position (lat/long) in visual form (available from Google Play, Aptoide and SlideME). He also developed the Android version of Vid-it, an application that allows you to find/save YouTube videos for the music stored on your smartphone (available from Google Play). Jim is Intertech’s instructor of Complete Android (5 day Android class) among other topics and has authored dozens of Java training classes.
Tom Salonek is the founder and CEO of Intertech. In 2005, he was named one of Minnesota’s Top Business Leaders under 40. Intertech has been named twice to Inc. 500’s list of fastest growing companies, and is also a seven-time winner of the Business Journal’s Best Places to Work award. In 2003, he founded the Intertech Foundation to financially assist families with critically ill children. Tom has completed executive education at the Harvard School of Business and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a past instructor at the University of St. Thomas Management Center. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of St. Thomas. He is the author of the book, Building a Winning Business: 70 Takeaways for Creating a Strong Company during Good and Bad Economic Times, and has written more than 50 articles on business, leadership and technology.
Food and Social: 1:45 PM
Presentation: 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Meeting Type: Webinar & Seminar
1575 Thomas Center Drive
Eagan, MN 55122
Webinar access information will be emailed to event registrants prior to the time of the event.