New hires at Connective DX

NEWS New Hires at Connective DX

Connective DX has been growing and we are excited to announce key new hires.

On June 24, Nick Dorrough joined the Connective DX team as a Solutions Architect. Nick comes to us from Velir, where he served as a Senior Lead Developer since 2014. Prior to this role, Nick served as a developer for Mercury New Media in Tampa, Florida, and as a systems programmer for the City of Clearwater, also in Florida. He earned his Associate in Science in Game Design and Development from Full Sail University.

This past May, Connective DX added Adam Heroux as an Account Director. Prior to joining Connective DX, Adam spent time at Mad*Pow, Epsilon, 89 Degrees (now part of Iris Worldwide), and Avid Technology. As account director, he will be responsible for ensuring that projects meet the strategic and business goals of clients.

On the Frontend team, Drew Parroccini joined us as a Senior Software Engineer in April. Drew has 14 years of full-stack development and UI design experience, including expertise in technologies such as Angular, React, Craft CMS, Javascript, Adobe Suite, and Sketch.

Rounding out our spate of new hiring for 2019 is Rashmy Patwari, who joined the team in January as a Senior Software Engineer and Sitecore Developer. She is a full stack .NET expert with 15+ years of experience.

We are still looking for a few key roles to aid us in creating delightful digital experiences for our clients. Among our current open positions are a Project Manager, a Senior Frontend Developer, and an Office Services Coordinator in Boston. In Portland, we are seeking out a Senior Visual Designer. We are also looking to hire Sitecore Developers for both our offices. If you know anyone who would be a great fit for this role, please encourage them to apply.

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