Engineers and Developers
Instead of thinking outside the box, get rid of the box. Deepak Chopra
Dennis is unapologetically awesome. Residing in Houston, he took the initiative to translate the technical language of Lotus family so all of Latin America could have a better understanding and implementation of it. Now known in South America as the Lotus whisperer, he is an SCE renaissance man. From architecture to deployment, he continues to blow away all of SCE’s clients. We are glad he is on our side!
If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude. Maya Angelou
Helena is an upbeat and creative individual. Unlike most developers, she enjoys working on front-end development but she also has experience with many technologies. She took an interest in programming and the logic involved while starting college and never looked back after switching her major to CS.
Evolve solutions; when you find a good one, don't stop.David Eagleman
Justin likes to remain incognito. For good reason. It doesn't scare the wildlife. If it has a heartbeat, Justin is protecting it (not eating it like normal folk). His humanity makes him an easy target for a team like SCE. Along with his organic view of the world, he has an incredible view inside identity and access. His training began as a child taking apart any electronics he could get his hands on. After a Swedish exchange student opened his eyes to the world of computer programming, his road to SCE was inevitable. Just don’t expect to see him coming…
There is no such thing as a problem without solution.
Rick comes to us from the south side of the border. Our bilingual developer has stories to keep you up all night long about his not-so-long-ago days back in Mexico. Do not let his big gold chain fool you, Rick embraced technology right out of college and was immediately drafted into a top services enterprise to work on the performance of their hardware, though the debate on the success of that performance is fiercely debated at SCE. He quickly made a name for himself not only at SCE, but in the federation world too, by building the first risk-based authentication adapter for ADFS.
I will not be stopped!
The cleaner. If you are not familiar with this term, you’ll never even know there was a mess. The upside, she works for the good guys at SCE. When the mess is cleaned up, everybody wins. She can tame the wildest beast with her tone. You want what Sharon has. (Seriously if you know how to get it…) She has been in the industry since the early nineties and loves being part of our history. We love her right back!
The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it.Moliere
In 2002, Tony touched down on the shores of the US from South Africa. There are rumors he had nothing left to do back at home after taming the Big Five with his bare hands. (If it‘s on the Internet that means it’s true, right?) Since 1995 Tony has worked with software and integration. He makes them bend to his will. With the brains of a virtuoso, the heart of a teacher and the unending love and respect from our clients, we can’t wait to enjoy what’s next!