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Keith R. Kratville Sr.

Systems Developer and Systems Support

Dynojet Research Inc

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Email: k***@***.com

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Dynojet Research Inc

2191 Mendenhall Drive Suite 105

North Las Vegas, Nevada 89031

United States

Company Description

Established in 1972, Dynojet Research, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of aftermarket performance-enhancing parts and accessories as well as diagnostic equipment for the powersports industry. Dynojet is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada and maintains loca ... more

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Professor- Information Technology

Heritage College

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JobUniverse

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Keith Kratville , a technology instructor at Chicago-based consulting and training firm Terasys Inc. , describes himself as a born and bred Midwesterner who , prior to seven months ago , had never ventured outside North America.

But last summer , Kratville seized the opportunity to spend two months in Sydney , Australia , teaching application development skills for Web-based technologies , such as HTML , JavaScript , and SQL , on behalf of the Australian government.
Kratville and many other IT workers who have completed foreign assignments say the experience has made them more independent and appreciative of diversity.This , in turn , has led their companies to entrust them with more managerial responsibilities.
In addition , IT workers with this exposure have a better sense of how to prepare software and systems for an international market , says Naomi Bloom managing partner at human resources consultancy Bloom & Wallace in Fort Myers , Fla..
International work is essential to the career of an IT professional , who needs to understand that features such as time and date need to be adjusted from country to country , Bloom says.
...
As the temperature dropped to 40 degrees Fahrenheit , Kratville spent some nights sleeping in his coat.
IT workers will want to do more research before traveling than he did , Kratville advises.This includes learning about not just the weather but also the culture , currency exchanges and transportation system.
Prior to arriving in Sydney , Kratville didn´t realize that the Australian dollar is worth about half that of the American dollar.Nor did he realize that he would have to grocery shop more often because the country´s refrigerators are approximately half the size of those in the U.S. For many IT workers , the biggest factor to consider may be one that doesn´t involve their job at all.Employees should also consider that living abroad will likely mean major career disruptions for their spouses.


JobUniverse

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Keith Kratville , a technology instructor at Chicago-based consulting and training firm Terasys Inc. , describes himself as a born and bred Midwesterner who , prior to seven months ago , had never ventured outside North America.

But last summer , Kratville seized the opportunity to spend two months in Sydney , Australia , teaching application development skills for Web-based technologies , such as HTML , JavaScript , and SQL , on behalf of the Australian government.
Kratville and many other IT workers who have completed foreign assignments say the experience has made them more independent and appreciative of diversity.This , in turn , has led their companies to entrust them with more managerial responsibilities.
In addition , IT workers with this exposure have a better sense of how to prepare software and systems for an international market , says Naomi Bloom managing partner at human resources consultancy Bloom & Wallace in Fort Myers , Fla..
International work is essential to the career of an IT professional , who needs to understand that features such as time and date need to be adjusted from country to country , Bloom says.
...
As the temperature dropped to 40 degrees Fahrenheit , Kratville spent some nights sleeping in his coat.
IT workers will want to do more research before traveling than he did , Kratville advises.This includes learning about not just the weather but also the culture , currency exchanges and transportation system.
Prior to arriving in Sydney , Kratville didn´t realize that the Australian dollar is worth about half that of the American dollar.Nor did he realize that he would have to grocery shop more often because the country´s refrigerators are approximately half the size of those in the U.S. For many IT workers , the biggest factor to consider may be one that doesn´t involve their job at all.Employees should also consider that living abroad will likely mean major career disruptions for their spouses.


ITworld.com - Foreign service

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Keith Kratville, a technology instructor at Chicago-based consulting and training firm Terasys Inc., describes himself as a "born and bred Midwesterner" who, prior to seven months ago, had never ventured outside North America.

...
But last summer, Kratville seized the opportunity to spend two months in Sydney, Australia, teaching application development skills for Web-based technologies, such as HTML, JavaScript, and SQL, on behalf of the Australian government.
Kratville and many other IT workers who have completed foreign assignments say the experience has made them more independent and appreciative of diversity.
...
Kratville didn't return with stories of encounters in the Australian outback.Instead, he speaks about how he had to carry a space heater from room to room in his apartment because most homes there lack central heating. (July and August are winter months in Australia).
As the temperature dropped to 40 degrees Fahrenheit, Kratville spent some nights sleeping in his coat.
IT workers will want to do more research before traveling than he did, Kratville advises.This includes learning about not just the weather but also the culture, currency exchanges and transportation system.
Prior to arriving in Sydney, Kratville didn't realize that the Australian dollar is worth about half that of the American dollar.Nor did he realize that he would have to grocery shop more often because the country's refrigerators are approximately half the size of those in the U.S.


ITworld.com - Foreign service

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Keith Kratville, a technology instructor at Chicago-based consulting and training firm Terasys Inc., describes himself as a "born and bred Midwesterner" who, prior to seven months ago, had never ventured outside North America.

...
But last summer, Kratville seized the opportunity to spend two months in Sydney, Australia, teaching application development skills for Web-based technologies, such as HTML, JavaScript, and SQL, on behalf of the Australian government.
Kratville and many other IT workers who have completed foreign assignments say the experience has made them more independent and appreciative of diversity.
...
Kratville didn't return with stories of encounters in the Australian outback.Instead, he speaks about how he had to carry a space heater from room to room in his apartment because most homes there lack central heating. (July and August are winter months in Australia).
As the temperature dropped to 40 degrees Fahrenheit, Kratville spent some nights sleeping in his coat.
IT workers will want to do more research before traveling than he did, Kratville advises.This includes learning about not just the weather but also the culture, currency exchanges and transportation system.
Prior to arriving in Sydney, Kratville didn't realize that the Australian dollar is worth about half that of the American dollar.Nor did he realize that he would have to grocery shop more often because the country's refrigerators are approximately half the size of those in the U.S.


Keith Kratville, a ...

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Keith Kratville, a technology instructor at Chicago-based consulting and training firm Terasys Inc., describes himself as a "born and bred Midwesterner" who, prior to seven months ago, had never ventured outside North America.

...
But last summer, Kratville seized the opportunity to spend two months in Sydney, Australia, teaching application development skills for Web-based technologies, such as HTML, JavaScript, and SQL, on behalf of the Australian government.
Kratville and many other IT workers who have completed foreign assignments say the experience has made them more independent and appreciative of diversity.
...
Kratville didn't return with stories of encounters in the Australian outback.Instead, he speaks about how he had to carry a space heater from room to room in his apartment because most homes there lack central heating. (July and August are winter months in Australia).
As the temperature dropped to 40 degrees Fahrenheit, Kratville spent some nights sleeping in his coat.
IT workers will want to do more research before traveling than he did, Kratville advises.This includes learning about not just the weather but also the culture, currency exchanges and transportation system.
Prior to arriving in Sydney, Kratville didn't realize that the Australian dollar is worth about half that of the American dollar.Nor did he realize that he would have to grocery shop more often because the country's refrigerators are approximately half the size of those in the U.S.

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