Filling the engineering skills gap

BUILDING FOR A TEAM APPROACH: MojoTech Chief Technology Officer Chris Shoemaker, right, is credited by company founder and CEO Nick Kishfy, far left, with the company's recent rapid growth. Also seen are, second from left, designer Jeff Lupinski and Paul Lanyon, a product manager. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
BUILDING FOR A TEAM APPROACH: MojoTech Chief Technology Officer Chris Shoemaker, right, is credited by company founder and CEO Nick Kishfy, far left, with the company's recent rapid growth. Also seen are, second from left, designer Jeff Lupinski and Paul Lanyon, a product manager. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
CHIEF INFORMATION/TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, PRIVATE COMPANY When a company grows, it no doubt looks to its leadership to navigate those exciting – and challenging – changes that are bound to happen, and ensure the evolution is strategic and effective. In the case of MojoTech LLC, a software designer and developer of Web applications that has doubled…

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