Isaac Sanders has worked for 6 software companies in the past 2 years, is going to be a Sophomore at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in the Fall and is only 19 years old. He is a Software Craftsman, a Voracious Learner, and an Open Source Contributor.
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Noel Rappin is a Senior Developer and Table XI's Agile Coach. Noel has more than a dozen years of professional development experience, with successful projects ranging from brand new startups to Fortune 500 clients. He has experience in the entire life cycle of a software project, from initial conception and planning through development, to deployment and maintenance of legacy projects. Noel also has a history of teaching and mentoring developers, helping them improve their skills.
Before joining Table XI, Noel spent time running internal training at Groupon, was a Senior Consultant at Obtiva and Pathfinder, and has lead teams on a variety of web development projects.
Noel has a Ph.D. in educational technology and user-centered design from the College of Computing and the Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where his work centered on the intersection of education, user experience, and mental modeling.
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