Abraham’s first taste of programming was writing his own violent choose-your-adventure game on his TI-82 calculator during algebra class in high school. He studied engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has solved problems using software in domains including advertising and accounting. He is continually chasing the goal of writing clean code.
Emily is a software developer. She loves TDD philosophy (but isn’t a jerk about it). Emily thinks that Git is the safety rope on your high-wire. She loves breaking down chaotic complexity into highly understandable portions.
Culture. It's a word you hear a lot these days, especially around the tech industry. You definitely see culture mentioned in job postings as a perk of the company. At Cognizant Quick Left our culture is a huge part of what makes us unique as a company and something that those of us lucky enough to work here, value highly.
Cognizant Quick Left (CQL) is partnering with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) to put on a transportation data hackfest. The goal of this hackfest is to improve the lives of the people in transit within Colorado. Entrepreneurs, designer, developers and tech nerds will gather for a night of coding and design where they can create a web or mobile application center around transportation data in 3 hours.
Stuart attended the University of Colorado in Boulder where he graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science. He remained in Boulder to work for the National Snow and Ice Data Center. There he worked on several major web applications to enhance scientific data access. After many years he decided to move in a new direction. He is very delighted to join the Cognizant Quick Left team as a Senior Software Developer.
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