Internet engineer

Internet engineer

A person responsible for developing and maintaining the infrastructure that supports the public website, intranet and associated LANs and WANs. May be involved in developing transaction-based applications for e-commerce. See e-commerce engineer.
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INTERNET engineer courses are to be launched in Leamington next month.
Patrick Murphy, 26, an internet engineer from London, is going to buy his girlfriend Alex Jenkins, 26, a Direct Line ISA for Valentine's Day.
James Peterson, an Internet Engineer for Northern Wholesale Supply Incorporated, had this to say about Avetti.com's Enterprise Edition e-commerce platform: “Avetti Commerce is great tool for both my small and enterprise level projects.
A test version of a software tool called "EndtoEnd" was released so Internet engineers can dabble with making miniprograms that plug into Chrome browser and encrypt Gmail messages in ways that shield them from eyes of everyone except senders and recipients.
Metcalfe that the value of any communication network increases with the square of the number of its users has carried great weight among Internet engineers, entrepreneurs, investors, and even the FCC.

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