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Improving Your Technical Portfolio

  • 11 Jun 2020
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Online via Zoom
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Topic:  Improving Your Technical Portfolio 

Synopsis: Much like a stock portfolio, one’s technological skills and knowledge should be well managed. With a rapidly changing market it’s imperative to keep your portfolio diverse and updated regularly. However, expanding one’s portfolio has many obstacles such as self-motivation and finding reliable avenues for growth.

In this session, Dustin and Robert will address each of those obstacles and how to overcome them. By setting achievable goals, finding avenues to learn and applying what you learned on projects, your technical portfolio will expand in no time.   


1. What a technical portfolio is.

2. Setting goals to build one’s technical portfolio.

3. Finding technical resources and avenues to achieve goals.

4. Applying your knowledge and maintaining your portfolio.


Dustin Luhmann is a Quality Engineer at Magenic Technologies in Minneapolis Minnesota. He has experience in software quality assurance, Dev Ops, automated testing and performance testing. His passion for learning and new technologies keeps him busy and constantly working on personal projects. He contributes to multiple teams such as the open sourced testing frames works MAQS and JMAQS. Dustin holds a B.S. in Computer Science & Mathematics.

Robert Wroblewski is a Quality Engineer at Magenic Technologies in Minneapolis Minnesota. He has experience in software quality assurance, automated testing and Dev Ops. He is driven by learning and teaching and fuels that desire whenever he gets the opportunity. Robert has been active in development/maintenance for the open sourced testing framework JMAQS, research and development for DevOps and designing/proctoring Java Training for Automation Engineers. Robert holds a B.A. in Computer Science: Software Project Management.

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