ACES, Inc. is proud to announce that we have partnered with our customers and are making available new development opportunities in unclassified environments. As a defense contractor, many of our employees are required to work in secure government facilities. These locations can restrict the ease of access to critical tools often used by developers. The unclassified development environment enables quicker access to newer tools, libraries, and processes resulting in the faster production of better code.
ACES Diversifies with Commercial Projects ACES has over 10 years of experience supporting government contracts, bringing a wealth of experience developing solutions for complex problems. ACES has expertise in all aspects of Software Development including Web Design, Database Management, System Administration, Cyber Security, Mobile App development and managing Virtualized Infrastructure. With these skills, ACES has recently been able to diversify into the commercial market, successfully completing projects for new customers in the non-government realm.
We will be hosting a Happy Hour and collection event on Thursday 10/19 for Puerto Rico at the Frisco Tap House in Columbia. Fuse Engineering and ClearShark have also joined us in hope of collecting as many goods as possible! Attached you will find a flyer that was quickly put together with the necessary information. You can freely distribute the flyer to your customer and associates. Please make sure that they register via the Eventbrite
ACES, Inc. Summer Internship Each summer, ACES, Inc. offers internship program opportunities to students nearing the end of their schooling. These internships provide learning experiences for the interns and directly benefits ACES, Inc. by expanding our internal and external customer base and improving our support to them. ACES, Inc. looks for real-world opportunities that interns can take on and accomplish goals set by those customers. As the summer comes to an end, we asked our
ACES worked with the board of directors of the Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc. (ASM) to revamp and modernize its public web presence. ASM is a 503(c) Educational Non-Profit organization, dedicated to encouraging public engagement and interaction between professional and avocational archeologists. ASM provides opportunities for the general public to have a voice in archeological issues throughout the state of Maryland and to participate in excavations, lab, and site documentation of archeological resources. The modernized
ACES a Culture of Learning A company that learns together grows together. With rapidly changing technology, a continuous learning environment is critical for a technology company. Those that support a culture of learning succeed while those without an agile adaptive, training and learning program get left behind. At ACES, our culture is consciously evolving to support learning opportunities for our employees and teammates. Internship Program The ACES internship program is focused on a culture of