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Hiring 30+ JAVA Developers

Concept Software & Services Inc,( Alpharetta, GA.) has immediate needs for 30 Java developers who are looking to advance their career.

They are looking for individuals who have Entry to Mid-Level experience in relevant software or website development or a Computer Science or equivalent BA or Associates degree. (If you have both you will have a competitive advantage.) The positions will require a period of onsite training after which you will be placed with a client.

The positions will include training for the following skillsets:
Front End Java UI Developers (HTML 5, CSS3, Angular.JS, PHP, MySQL db, design methods),
Java Developers, Spring, Hibernate (All round software developer)
More experienced individuals will be trained for roles for IBM BPM and Appian BPM.

Dr. Green begins September 8th
ATLANTA – (June 6) – Dr. Donald J. Green, vice president for Extended and International Operations,
 Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Mich. has been named as the next president of Georgia Highlands
College in Rome by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.

A trip of a Lifetime!

At the beginning of June, seven Georgia Highlands College students and two faculty members went to London to begin a trip organized by EF College Tours. The tour followed the route of World War II soldiers and was part of a Western Civilization class at the college. The study abroad trip was open to students not taking the class as well as those who were.

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Joey Johnon, Editor
Just an update for everyone - I am officially the new columnist for a national peer-reviewed med school magazine that has been featured in "Stanford Medicine" and "Scientific American." I will write bi-weekly columns on social issues and medicine.

I was also selected on the Lippincott Editorial Review board over the summer to review upcoming textbooks before publication. Thanks for all of the prayers and support. And, I will still continue my blog page at and will link my articles there.