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Business Beat: Company hires Oneonta man as software engineer

Passport for Good, a software company, has appointed Russell Clarvoe of Oneonta as a software developer. According to a media release, Clarvoe worked most recently as a software architect and lead dev... read more

As It Aims to Go Public, Seismic Taps Former ServiceNow Exec as CFO

Seismic, one of San Diego’s most prominent enterprise software ... vice president of engineering, respectively.) Last quarter, the company booked $15 million in new business, making it its ... read more

After 1.5 Years Of No Salary, This Local Engineering Firm Has Grown Into A Multimillion-Dollar Group

The company has been very successful so far, delivering over 400 projects across 18 countries to date; but the business ... performance engineering. Some positions available for hire include mechanica... read more

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