Zekiah Technologies, Inc. is pleased to welcome Shamille Dodoo to the team. Shamille earned his BS in Computer Science from Virginia Tech. While there, he worked in VT’s Bioinformatics Institution developing web pages and an online educational game targeted to middle schoolers. The game tackled the challenging task of making the abstract concept of Queuing Theory, a convoluted mathematical topic, approachable to the younger generation. As the oldest of three siblings, his ability to take complicated ideas and break them down to digestible pieces has come from plenty of first-hand experience.
Shamille is a long-time resident of the Fredericksburg area and enjoys soccer, video games, and music. Appropriate for heading into fall, Shamille has a black cat with some impressive fangs – no Halloween costume required! When interviewed for this release, he shared some other random facts: he claims to be able to do a double front flip on a trampoline (we’re waiting for video evidence…perhaps an idea for the first company gathering post-COVID?) and apparently reducing chicken nuggets to charcoal when forgotten in the oven. With tidbits like that, it’s obvious that Shamille has a great personality and we’re excited to have him as part of the team!
His supervisor, Spenser Bolen, also had some words to share about Shamille, “While it might be a challenging time to bring on new employees, Shamille has been a great addition and brought lots of enthusiasm to our team. As a recent Computer Science graduate, we look forward to helping him grow as a developer and work with him more!” Spenser was certainly right about the challenges of hiring during a quarantine – Shamille’s process took a little longer than usual – but we are glad he’s here and excited to have him grow with Zekiah. Welcome aboard Shamille!
Zekiah Technologies is a small business headquartered in La Plata, MD committed to exceeding the expectations of our clients through innovation and the ingenuity of our technical solutions in the fields of software development, systems engineering, geospatial technologies, and training.