Amita Vadlamudi - Computer Systems Engineer

Computer Systems Engineer



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Qualifications for Computer Engineer

on 20 Mar 2017 20:55

Amita Vadlamudi attended St. Peter’s College in Jersey City, New Jersey, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science. Amita Vadlamudi served as a computer systems engineer at a financial services company.

A computer engineer is trained to manage and maintain hardware, software, and applications and to develop systems. Providing technical support as well, a computer engineer is heavily involved in troubleshooting problems with systems and sometimes is employed to desig ...more

UNIX Operating Systems

on 02 Mar 2017 21:13

Since its creation at AT&T Bell Laboratories in the 1960s, UNIX has become one of the world's most popular computer operating systems. Running on over 40 million computers worldwide, the straightforward and compact UNIX has held responsibility for numerous innovations in the computer industry. Written in the C programming language, it remains adaptable to many hardware platforms. This portability also enables it to produce strong networking environments, which made a valuable tool during ...more

Toastmasters Can Boost Your Public Speaking Skills

on 13 Feb 2017 2:08

About the author: Amita Vadlamudi is a computer analyst with 35 years of experience supporting mainframe and distribution systems in the IT industry. Amita Vadlamudi was an active member of her local Toastmasters International club for a number of years.

Most professionals would agree that strong communication skills are essential to their careers. If you are looking for an organization to help you improve your public speaking and leadership abilities, Toastmasters International is fo ...more

The Health Benefits of Charitable Giving

on 30 Jul 2014 20:53

Computer engineer Amita Vadlamudi spends her spare time reading and enjoying the outdoors. In addition, Amita Vadlamudi regularly supports and contributes to nonprofit and community organizations.

According to various studies conducted by such notable institutions as the National Institutes of Health and Harvard Business School, charitable giving benefits the donor as well as the recipient. When a person contributes to a cause, the body releases endorphins in the brain that produce a ...more