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Software engineer Kerrie Holley is a highly respected IT architect and a pioneer in service-oriented architecture and Web services.
In this audio, Holley, former CTO and Distinguished Engineer at IBM, talks about the science behind distinguishing yourself.
The holder of two U.S. patents with three pending, Holley was honored with the Chairman’s Award at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards STEM Conference in 2003, for making a major impact on IBM’s products and profits and for his management style.
In the “Becoming a Technical Leader” seminar given at the 2009 BEYA STEM Conference, Holley provides tips and advice on how to create an image that is recognizable and allows coworkers, clients, and executive management to position your work and capabilities.
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Holley was named one of the 50 Most Important Blacks in Research Science by Career Communications Group, publisher of US Black Engineer magazine. Currently, he is Technical Fellow at UnitedHealth Group.