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Robert J. Vitello
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  • Pearl City, HI
  • United States
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Occupation:
Analyst, Blogger / Vlogger / New Media Writer, Consultant, Educator, Project Manager, Software Developer, Other
Company:
v257 LLC
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Agile application development, project management, e-learning. Our practice is largely focused on providing project management support for partner firms, and on assisting clients in modernizing their own, internal software development practices. We use custom-designed on-line learning on the v257 Virtual Academy to educate partners and clients.
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C, C++, HTML, Java, Javascript, Ruby, Other
About Me:
Throughout my career, I have looked for ways to build effective teams, primarily in the collaborative development of application software that shapes the way we live and work. I think of myself more as a developmental anthropologist than a computer scientist. I think of applications as means to advance human organization by integrating automated solutions with human behavior in an Emergent Digital Hybrid Culture.

I worked in state and local government for most of my career. I was the Chief Information Officer for five separate New York State agencies. I'm now Principal Consultant for v257 LLC, a privately owned company.

Outside of TechHui, you can contact me in one of these ways:
rvitello@gmail.com (personal)
Robert.Vitello@v257.com (business)
robertvitello (Skype, LinkedIn)
Robert-J-Vitello (Facebook)
#robertvitello (Twitter)
Website:
http://technologynotebook.com
Secondary Website:
http://linkedin.com/in/robertvitello
Twitter Username
robertvitello

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Celebrating...

We’re celebrating our having picked up two more engagements in June, for the States of Georgia and Oklahoma, with a tip of the hat to Andrew Hoppin (NuCivic.com) who, several years ago, got me focused on a business model based on long distance, distributed project teams. Justin, of course, continues to do the heavy lifting.

Lately I’ve been reviewing issues of long distance worker health and safety, and of information security with respect to access to corporate information from the…

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Posted on June 30, 2015 at 3:30am

Where to work

We work on long distance projects from home offices. We should have invested in solar years ago. Now Hawaii Electric is telling us we'll have no power as they replace telephone poles in our area. We're scrambling to find a place with access to the Internet from where we can participate in Skype and GoToMeeting scrums. Any ideas?

Posted on April 27, 2015 at 3:15am

Open Data Africa

We (v257 LLC) picked up some new assignments this month with Justin leading projects for our business partner, NuCivic, in a collaboration with IBM and the World Bank. We’re managing the development of Open Data web sites for the governments of Sierra Leone and Liberia. And we’re managing another project to enhance an Open Source software package that’s used on the …

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Posted on April 2, 2015 at 2:04am

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