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Veredus Raises $1,380 for Junior Achievement

Posted on: September 26th, 2014

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Last week Veredus hosted a Dress Down for Charity week to support Junior Achievement. In order to participate, Veredus employees must donate in order to wear jeans for the whole week. We had 69 participants companywide and contributed to a grand total of $1,380. Veredus is very active in Junior Achievement groups nationwide and participates in yearly partnerships. We are very honored to work with a great organization such as Junior Achievement.



Show Us Your Team!

Posted on: September 19th, 2014

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We had a great turnout this past Friday when Veredus hosted a Show Us Your Team Day to reveal our team rivalries! We asked that all Veredus team members support their schools by wearing school colors. Go Gators!



Veredus Tampa Collects 800 Diapers for Metropolitan Ministries

Posted on: September 12th, 2014

Diaper Drop

Veredus Tampa from Friday, August 29th through Tuesday, September 9th hosted a Diaper Drop to benefit Metropolitan Ministries.

The Tampa office found out that the Metropolitan Ministries goes through 16,500 diapers a month and knew they could help restock their shelves by hosting a drive.

And by doing so collected 800 diapers! Way to go Tampa!



The Magic of Ember.js

Posted on: September 5th, 2014

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Veredus Orlando hosted a tech meetup on 8/28 with presenter Caleb Rosario.

Caleb is a Full Stack Developer with a passion in Open Source and JavaScript Technologies, specializing in Ember.js and Node.js. He has been working with Ember.js since its pre 0.9 release, and has worked with a range of startups dealing with heavy data virtualization, streaming and data mining for clients such as Sony Music and UMG. Caleb is currently working for Global Options Group here in Orlando, FL as a Sr. Software Developer for Open Source technologies.

Caleb gave a walk-through of the current state of Ember.js, and referenced the newest Ember workflow, Ember-cli. He also talked about  the “Magic” behind the scenes, the MV** framework, as well as the infamous Ember-router.