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ReadyTalk Engineering Continues to Hire!

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This month ReadyTalk engineering welcomes new employees: Alan Deger, Eric Baer, Will Sarka and Jordan Baucke.

Alan Deger has been hired as an Application Infrastructure Engineer and comes to us from EBSCO Publishing where he was a Sr. Systems Engineer.  Alan brings over 20 years of experience in Information Technology and System Administration.  In his free time, he enjoys mountaineering, skiing, triathlons and even plays a little piano and guitar!

Eric Baer has been hired as a Software Developer on the Conference Center team.  Eric graduated from the CU-Boulder in 2010 and has been working as a Software Engineer with Comcast in Philadelphia.  Prior to Comcast Eric spent time working at the National Centerfor Atmospheric Research working on website and UX design.  In his free time, he enjoys traveling, cycling and climbing.

Will Sarka joined ReadyTalk as a Software QA Engineer.  Will comes to ReadyTalk with 13 years of experience in IT including 6 of those years as a QA Engineer.  He spent the last few years at TranZapp Inc. and Jabber as a QA Engineer.  In his free time, Will enjoys going to concerts, brewing beer and attending the occasional gymnastics class his local gym!

Jordan Baucke has joined ReadyTalk as a contract Salesforce Developer. Jordan graduated from CU-Boulder in 2010 and has been working with Bracket Labs in Boulder. Jordanwill be working on ReadyTalk for Salesforce.

ReadyTalk is still looking to add talented engineers to the team!  For more information please email katie.green@readytalk.com or Catherine.harrison@readytalk.com

 


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