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September 2014
For the past three years, ITC has supported the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Orange County, CA.  This year, our team reached an astonishing 68 members!  We are proud to join survivors, supporters and families in generating funds and raising awareness in the fight against breast cancer.
According to the World Health Organization, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide, claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands of women each year and affecting countries at all levels of modernization.  One in eight will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime - a mother, wife, sister, aunt, grandmother, cousin, co-worker or friend.
ITC is honored to be able to join in the fight against breast cancer and looks forward to a day where we will find a cure.
Check out the pictures of the event on our Facebook page.  Thank you for your continued support!  
Nicole McMackin

12 predictions, 5 years:

The future of programming

We gaze into our coding crystal ball to find the sure bets and intriguing developments developers should target in the next five years. Technology trends move fast, and the tools for building those technologies constantly evolve. If you don't lift your head up to look past your current projects, you could end up coding yourself down a rabbit hole.

To help you prepare for a future that's screaming across the sky faster than we can see, we've compiled a dozen predictions about how the next five years of programming will shake out. Our crystal ball is very subjective, and some of the following conjectures might not prove universal. Some won't be fully realized in five years. Others are already true, but their truth is not as well-established as it will be soon.

Apple iPhone 6 Review:

The iPhone Grow Up

The Good A bigger, crisp display, improved LTE and Wi-Fi speeds, better camera autofocus, bumped-up storage capacities to 128GB at the top end, and NFC Apple Pay mobile wallet features on the horizon.


The Bad In early tests, the iPhone 6's battery doesn't fare any better than last year's model. Some Android phones fit an even-larger 5-inch screen into the same size frame. It lacks the optical image stabilization of the bigger, more expensive 6 Plus.


The Bottom Line The iPhone 6 delivers a bigger screen while remaining easy to handle, with plenty of features to satisfy everyone -- and the promise of Apple Pay on the horizon to potentially sweeten the deal even further.


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Are you looking for your next Mobile Engineering Manager opportunity?
ITC is looking for a Mobile Engineering Manager for one of our clients located in Santa Monica, CA.  The ideal direct hire candidate is a mobile technology leader who has dealt with multiple mobile products.  Gaming experience is not necessary.
  • Android and IOS - technically strong with at least one of the two platforms
  • Know the whole ecosystem for mobile
  • Backend experience expert
  • Should be technology driven, but leadership/people skills are key
  • Will have 6-8 engineers directly reporting to them 

If you are interested in applying for this position, or would like to read more details, please click here.

In This Issue
Check out our open opportunities on our website. 
Employee Spotlight
Meet ITC's newest Senior Technical Recruiter, Michele Haynes!  Michele comes to ITC with extensive direct hire and contract placement experience.  When asked what she likes most about recruiting, she says "I enjoy the initial call with potential candidates who are not considering a new position.  Taking the conversation from nothing, discovering what motivates them and how a change in jobs might better their professional or personal life, and then learning about their successes and goals is very interesting.  You can sense the moment when someone envisions new possibilities.  When they do act on a new opportunity, you know it's based on something real for their lives".


Time with her family is often centered around the current sport season for her son:  flag football, basketball, track & field.  She likes to watch cooking shows and try out new recipes, as well as catch an indy or foreigh film at the Arts Theatre.  Her favorite movies are Princess Bride, Shawshank Redemption, and anything with John Cusack.  She doesn't have a favorite book, but is currently reading The Alchemist.  Her personal antecdote is "It is a privilege to participat in others' life changes.  Treat it as such!"




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