Searching For Federated Talent– Deep Web Welcomes Paul Albert

This post was written by Darcy Katzman on January 28, 2011
Posted Under: View from Inside

Paul Albert

Senior Software Developer: Nov 1st

Paul graces Deep Web Technologies with a B.S. in Mathematics from The University of Vermont, a M.S. in Computer Science from John Hopkin’s University in Baltimore, and 17 years of software development experience. The team he works with is constantly predicting needs and trends in the marketplace to actively contribute to the design and architecture of new solutions, so you can see his talents on the back-end of our new products. While writing software that creates business value, Paul has the experience and technical know-how to engineer high-quality solutions, and collaborate with his team to translate our business requirements into a robust and scalable technology. In short— Paul values teamwork over heroics, collaboration over technical silos and pragmatism over technology dogma. “I am a Sr. Software Engineer and own my products because ‘the business’ is my business too.”

Like most remote access jobs Paul works from home. This allows him to enjoy more time with his three children (one that’s five, and a set of boy/girl twins that are two and a half), which I’m sure is a full-time job in it of itself. The picture above illustrates Paul’s dedication to the joy of his children at any cost; can you imagine what pulling 130 pounds on a bike feels like!? As a software development veteran that has worked in both the public and private sector, Paul enjoys the mechanics of the private industry much more because of the opportunity for swift  innovation, flexible policy changes, and the risks of failure that drives companies to succeed.

Welcome Paul! We hope your time here at Deep Web Tech allows you to achieve the personal goals that you have set forth.

We strive, every day, to challenge the talented minds here at Deep Web Technologies by giving them the flexibility to be comfortable, driven, and creative.

“Hire giants, so that you may become a company of giants.”
-Ogilvy
We hire giants.

Reader Comments

Nice tips! I have been seeking for anything such as this for quite a while now. Regards!

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Written By Sunny on January 29th, 2011 @ 6:59 pm

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