We love receiving amazing notes about our fellow teammates. This latest review on James Porcha from our IT department makes us so happy!
“Every team has that “go-to-guy” that it counts on when the game is on the line. The legendary Michael Jordan was that “guy” for the Chicago Bulls Dynasty in the 1990s. Fast forward to 2016, LeBron James assumes “go-to-guy” status for the defending World Champion Cleveland Cavaliers.
OmniSpear, Inc. has its own version of “go-to-guy.” Most of us depend on computers daily. So when something goes wrong, we need that “guy” to turn to. OmniSpear’s version of MJ or King James is James Porcha, a help-desk technician at OmniSpear. With over 10 years in the IT field, I know James has the experience to help whatever issues arise.
It is interesting to note that this all started out as a hobby for James. His passion for technology was truly helpful to family and friends who encountered computer issues. It has now transitioned into a successful career. And you can count on James during times of need.
As stated on OmniSpear’s website, when it comes to buying or repairing computers and other technology, James has clearly established a reputation for himself as everyone’s – wait for it – “Go-To-Guy!”
Memorial Hall wouldn’t figure to be a setting for IT associates and staff, but that’s exactly where our team could be found for Fight Night.
Our crew witnessed some of Dayton’s fiercest men and women battle it out on Dayton Fight Night last month. These Daytonians were featured on boxing’s center stage for the right to claim the title of “Miami Valley’s Toughest.”
Thankfully, our team has earned a good name for tech support. No word yet on whether or not any of the rugged IT experts pictured will take their talents to the boxing ring. In any event, a good time was by our OmniSpear attendees.
We are excited to announce our newest developer to the team, Michael Janning! Michael is both a Math and Computer Science major, so he knows his way around complex equations to code like a champ. He’s already started the week off with a bang, and we are ready for him to take on our project pipeline!
We are excited to welcome Chase Spencer as the latest web developer at OmniSpear! Chase is already learning the ropes of the office and steadily working his way into our projects. With his desire to be a full-stack developer, Chase is picking up development languages across the board and eager to keep learning the latest methodologies.
Team Omni is always on the lookout for the latest talent. Contact email@example.com to apply!
We are looking forward to tonight’s Dayton PHP meetup hosted by OmniSpear. The topic will cover many of the latest website security breaches and how they were successfully achieved. There is still time to RSVP: Dayton PHP Meetup.
When: Tuesday August 16, 2016
Where: OmniSpear Office
OmniSpear was thrilled to attend the 2016 Laracon event in Louisville, KY last week! There were a number of great speakers and a packed house of eager web developers and business owners absorbing the latest information on Laravel and connecting PHP to business practices. From the web application demonstration by Adam Wathan (an area we particularly enjoy building for our clients) to unique history of the framework by Zeev Suraski (pictured here), we had a wonderful time collaborating with fellow IT and web businesses from across the states. We are looking forward to next year’s event!
The latest Dayton PHP meetup on Git and Gitflow was a success. The developers and professionals in attendance were able to get a great intro to maximizing Git for business flow efficiency by guest speaker, Nate Denlinger. We host Dayton PHP meetups monthly, covering a variety of topics and guest speakers, so please stop by for some great learning opportunities! You can RSVP or learn about upcoming events from their site.
OmniSpear is excited to host Dayton PHP and their upcoming meeting on Git and Gitflow. The presentation will take place tomorrow at our conference room from 6:00-8:00 p.m. with special guest speaker, Nate Denlinger. Nate has been a developer for over 9 years and will be giving us an overview of the ins and outs of Git and workflow processes. We are excited to learn the basics of streamlining with GIT as well as learning about real life experiences during the round-table. For more information , or to RSVP, check out the Dayton PHP’s event site.
OmniSpear is excited at the opportunity to welcome Dayton PHP and their members to our office on June 20th. The event will be hosted by Brian Retterer, a veteran developer of PHP since the release of PHP 5, who now works as the PHP Developer Evangelist for Stormpath. During this session, Brian will give a tour of all the new and different features of the language, as well as provide techniques for becoming a more efficient developer. The meetup will also focus on providing some great tips and tricks for helping speed up daily work! Be sure to check out the meeting agenda in the link below as well as stay tuned for future meetups at OmniSpear.
For more information, tune into the event website