Obi Ogbanufe Invites Technical Recruiters to a Free 45 minutes Webinar on Introduction to Software Development Technologies on May 11th 2011 at 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM Central

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Webinar: Introduction to Software Development Technologies for Technical Recruiters. Building and Enhancing Technical Recruiting Skills for Success - “Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter”.

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Obi Ogbanufe the author of Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter would like to invite technical recruiters to this Free 45mins webinar session of Introduction to Software Development Technologies. Attendees will not only learn technologies and processes like NET, Java, HTML5, SDLC, but will understand how these technologies are used in the workplace and why hiring managers need them.

Register to attend this webinar and you'll learn technologies your hiring managers and candidates work with everyday, how and why the technologies are used and how to analyze Software Development job descriptions.

To register or view other webinars, go to: http://technicalrecruitingbook.com/resources/it-recruiting-questions-answers/

Register today, space is limited. http://www.anymeeting.com/AccountManager/RegEv.aspx?PIID=E153DC8187

Obi Ogbanufe is the author of Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter, which is in print, Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook versions. “My mission with this book is to increase the rate at which technical recruiters are able to realistically match candidates to job descriptions, and the confidence to communicate unrealistic technical requirements goals to hiring managers”, says Obi Ogbanufe, the author of Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter.

About OBI OGBANUFE:
Obi Ogbanufe is an IT Strategist, database developer and a public speaker who uses her experience and skills in IT to help organizations. (http://www.technicalrecruitingbook.com)

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