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“Damnit Jim, I’m a Doctor …Not a Computer Geek”

Denis Portello2 “Damnit Jim, I’m a Doctor …Not a Computer Geek”

When you’re trying to build the future and push the limits of technology, it helps to have a miracle worker on hand. You know, someone like Scotty, Spock or Bones from the old STAR TREK series. Someone who tells you something can’t be done in less than four hours and then

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When you’re trying to build the future and push the limits of technology, it helps to have a miracle worker on hand. You know, someone like Scotty, Spock or Bones from the old STAR TREK series. Someone who tells you something can’t be done in less than four hours and then gives it to you in two.

Luckily, Zemoga has got themselves just such a guy. And while he doesn’t speak like a Scot or have pointy ears,  we’re pretty sure he could fix the Hadron Collider (A well placed “R” if ever there was)  if we asked him too. Meet Dennis Portello, our new Head of Technology for Zemoga. Dennis has already proven himself invaluable, helping clients with integration issues, suggesting best languages and platforms for development projects and revamping numerous parts of the Zemoga infrastructure (we think he may have hardwired the aforementioned new NYC offices all by himself). Prior to Zemoga, Dennis has held senior level Tech positions at IMP, SourceMedia and CNN and he definitely knows his way around best practices and processes.**

Welcome to the Z-Team, Dennis! Now about that HTML 5 site we’re developing …

**Disclaimer: All STAR TREK metaphors in the first two paragraphs were provided by Zemoga resident geeks, Jason Brandt and Sven Larsen. I do not personally endorse any use of STAR TREK comparisons in real life ever since I found out  that Uhura’s ear piece was really just a painted Champion spark plug.)

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