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[Cisco Developer Contest] MWD’s Bola Rotibi joins the external judging panel

July 24, 2009 - 0 Comments

As we close off this week, we welcome Bola Rotibi as the last of our external judges onto the Cisco Developer Contest judging panel again in an honorary capacity. Bola is a principal analyst with Macehiter Ward-Dutton Advisors, and is based in the United Kingdom. This makes her our first and only non-U.S judge on the panel.imageBola brings a lot of relevant expertise into these contests. She is a high-profile and very experienced analyst focusing currently on software development technologies, processes and market trends. Her expertise includes application lifecycle management strategies for a variety of platforms (mobile, server, desktop, web etc.); software modelling, testing and performance managmeent. Other areas of expertise include Web 2.0 and Rich Interactive/Internet Applications; IT sourcing for software development projects; enterprise architecture and IT governance processes. We thank Bola for accepting our invitation quickly and with great enthusiasm. We look forward to Bola carrying her expertise, energy and enthusiasm into the judging panel, as we sift through the final entries.Oh, BTW, did I mention that have now locked-in our external judging panel?Yes, that’s right. With Bola also coming on board, we now have the judging Gang-of-5, with Zeus Kerravala from the Yankee Group, Robert Whiteley from Forrester Research, Dominic M.Del Balso from KeyCorp and Brian Proffitt from the Linux Developer Network.Look for their bios and profiles here:

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