Webinar Synopsis: Being a Tech Leader at Any Level
Dec. 12 2017
Do you want to get a peek behind the curtain at Viacom, the company behind such iconic brands as MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and BET? Check out this exclusive webinar with Viacom's Director of Engineering for Nickelodeon, Lead Architect for MTV Networks and more on the topic of how to be a leader at any point in your career!
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