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Building a New IT Career - EP. 34

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This episode of Conversations with Tech Experts features David Draper, Community Support Lead at EE. He joins Experts Exchange CEO Randy Redberg and Director of Bus. Dev. Thomas Bernal to discuss his new role and how a life of community work in South Africa and a newfound interest in IT lead him to EE. The conversation begins with David introducing his experiences in South Africa and how it gave him a unique perspective on both the world and communities. They move on to discuss his new foray into the technology industry and how he's using EE to help jumpstart his career. The group finishes with David's new insights on the EE community as a whole, and he shares some profound insight about how every man requires a community to succeed.

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David Draper is the Community Support Lead at EE. He is driven and passionate, with over 10 year’s professional experience in Management and Marketing. David has expansive experience in public service through global human rights efforts. He's experienced in Brand Development, with a focus on logo and web design. David has excellent leadership, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. He is currently pursuing a new career in Information Technology at EE. 

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Conversations with Tech Experts is a monthly podcast where we discuss timely industry topics with the people on the front line. In this series, we talk to developers, consultants, CTOs, and more to give you exclusive insights from the best of the best. We'll bring you emerging trends, tips for success, and relatable anecdotes from industry experts who know their stuff.