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Sponsor an Event for Alumni of Centriq’s Career Program!

Event Date(s): Oct 17, 2018


Centriq offers free Continuing Education events exclusively to our IT Career Program alumni. Want to be a sponsor and network with our Alumni?

Event Date: October 17th, 2018


5:00 – 6:00 PM: Casual dinner and networking with IT Career Program Alumni

6:00 – 8:00 PM: Continuing Education Sessions

Event Sessions:

Developer (FSWD) Session – Do You Merge or Rebase? How to Source Control Without Fighting

Speaker: German (Herman) Portillo, Senior Software Engineer at Epiq

Description: There are many source control systems, and many ways to implement each one of them. In this presentation we’ll discuss some fundamentals of source control, we’ll work with Git directly, and we’ll cover some practical ideas that may help your team work more and argue less.

German (Herman) Portillo graduated from Centriq in March of 2015. He currently works as a Senior Software Engineer at Epiq in KCK on a .NET stack that includes Angular 4, WebAPI, MSSQL, ElasticSearch and a few other technologies. Throughout his career, he has also worked with Java, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Hibernate, JOOQ, and Entity Framework among others. His professional experience with source control includes Git and Subversion (SVN).


Sponsorship Package – $75

Employer benefits:

  • Company logo featured on event marketing.
  • Sponsor table.
  • One hour of networking.
  • Limited to small number of employer sponsors.
  • 40-60 Alumni expected to attend.
  • Dinner.


Agency to provide casual dinner (pizza or sandwiches) for attendees.

Agency benefits:

  • Exclusive staffing agency representation.
    • There will be a few employers but only one staffing agency at each of these events.
  • Company logo featured on event marketing.
  • Sponsor table.
  • One hour of networking.
  • 40-60 Alumni expected to attend.

Registration Deadline: October 15th, 2018

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