Impact Networking Announces First Five Employees to Achieve the Mendix Academy Advanced Developer Certification
Impact Employees Pass the Certification Exam to Become Advanced Developers
Impact Networking, a leading managed service provider (MSP), announced today that five of its employees achieved the Mendix Academy Advanced Developer Certification. An Advanced Developer has the knowledge and skills required to build production-ready applications. This certification is proof of the advanced knowledge of the platform and professional experience with developing Mendix applications.
Prerequisites for the Advanced Developer Certification include possession of the Intermediate Developer Certificate, an advanced knowledge of the Mendix platform proven by completing the Advanced Developer Learning Paths or the Advanced Developer Classroom Course, and at least six to nine months modeling experience with the topics covered. Currently, there are approximately 100 total Advanced certifications in the U.S.
Impact leverages the Mendix platform for applications that require a lot of collaboration with clients, in large part due to its user-friendly built-in project management and feedback tools. The MSP’s developers act as partners for their clients and provide rapid custom application development services along with support. Developers can easily collaborate with customer strategy and product teams to help turn an idea into a custom application that drives productivity.
“We are proud to announce that these five employees have successfully completed the rigorous training program and passed the exam,” said Impact CEO Frank Cucco. “Our developers are capable of quickly building business applications using the most modern, advanced low-code platform available today.”
Impact has more than two decades of experience helping organizations innovate through digital transformation initiatives with a customer-first focus. Learn more about Impact Networking at www.ImpactMyBiz.com.
Congratulations Impact Networking’s Advanced Developers:
- Chris Kukla, Enterprise Developer and Lead Architect
- Miguel Paloma, Developer
- Brian Taylor, Low-Code Developer
- Scott Gaydos, Low-Code Team Lead
- Ben Weinberg, Enterprise Developer