What You Missed at Pizza My Mind

Perfect Commerce hosted a Pizza My Mind. Senior employee Barclay Shell, director of the Perfect Procure project, and recent CNU grad Elliot Rieflin guided the presentation. Both men are part of a six person team following an agile development approach which currently includes for CNU grads and one CNU intern so keep an eye on this company future CNU grads.

Perfect Commerce employees Barclay Shell and Elliot Rieflin

The Perfect Procure project is a cloud based procurance software. Coding within Perfect Commerce is primarily in c++ or Java with rare Visual Basic. Elliot focused on java coding in the back end and on upgrading the ui of Perfect Procure. It is stressed that each ui is intended to be as similar to others in the company as possible including a mandatory navigation bar. Current CNU intern Nick works primarily on localization of the new ui and bug fixing.

Perfect Commerce works with large companies such as IBM and Campbell’s. The goal of Perfect Procure is to create a library of base Angular components that can be used to create multiple different products off of a similar base in future projects.

Angular is a web framework used to build applications on top of back end code. It is the primary way for the company to streamline its ui.

Perfect commerce began using Angular almost immediately after release so they will take the chance to try new technology. If you are a student interested in trying out new things and working out challenges then consider Perfect Commerce. Elliot refers to how difficult it was to find Angular info when Angular js was still heavily in use. Just a reminder of how quickly technolo

The work culture is relaxed and focused on interaction during coding. There is no GPA requirement to apply. If you wish to apply then email Barclay Shell at barclay.shell@perfect.com

Learn more at http://www.perfect.com/

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