“In the majority of classes if you do a poor job on a project, you are the one that suffers.
As a student in the Centre for Enterprise and Law (CEL) I gained an appreciation for work ethic. No longer would my input impact only myself, but my clients as well. I learned to derive a customer’s needs from little information and then product deliverables that have a lasting impact.
These skills have followed me into my current position at Progressive Software. For 2 years, working as a Developer/Support worker, I have need to identify client issues from minimal information and provide meaningful solutions that impact our clients work. ”