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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Craig S. Dickson is a software development professional with over 15 years of experience. He has proven leadership experience in both domestic and multi-national start-up and Fortune 500 corporations in the United States, Australia and Europe. Craig specializes in enterprise Java development and cloud architecture and holds multiple certifications including Sun Certified Architect for JavaEE and Certified Scrummaster. Craig brings specific expertise in enterprise software architecture and design, refining development processes and building development teams around Agile software engineering principles. Educated in Australia, Craig holds a BSc(Hons) in Computer Science. He is based in Huntington Beach, CA, and Brisbane, Australia. SPECIALTIES Enterprise Java - Software Development Best Practices - Software Development Team Leadership - Cloud Computing Craig is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 20 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Free Webinar - Amazon Web Services for Java Developers (June 7)

06.03.2012
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I will be giving a free 1-hour Webinar this coming Thursday (June 7th) to introduce a brand new course that I will be teaching at the University of California in the Summer quarter. The new course is entitled Web Services for Java Developers and is a 10 week, 100% online course that will cover all of the critical topics that a Java Architect and/or Developer needs to know to make the most of Amazon Web Services in their applications.

To register for the Webinar please visit the University of California website.

Further details on the class and information on how to enroll can be found here.

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