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Rising Indellient Star Working on the IBM Professional Certification Program Recognized as a Top 30 Under 30 Developer

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The Developer 30 Under 30 Award highlights Canada’s top young development talent and technical innovators

Oakville, ON – June 19, 2018 – Aesees Kaur, Technical Lead, and Software Developer at Indellient Inc. – a technology solutions and professional services firm that empowers businesses to meet and exceed their critical business and technology objectives, has won a coveted Developer 30 Under 30 Award.

Aesees has been a developer for the IBM Professional Certification Program for 5+ years and has demonstrated growing technical skill in numerous technologies.  During this time, she designed, modified and developed key applications used globally.   The IBM Professional Certification Program continues to be very popular and is among the top 5 applications used by IBM clients and business partners as they work toward the highly desirable IBM certification credential.

Aesees has recently been promoted to the lead technical role on the IBM Professional Certification Program and is now mentoring a team to continually grow their skill as they provide business value.

This award recognizes 30 young developers who help companies innovate and positively impact the world around them.

Indellient Software Developer Crowned one of the ‘Best Developers in Canada’




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