David Bruzas

last updated 12/5/2016

David Bruzas

Principal Solution Engineer at Salesforce.Com Inc

Location:
One Market Suite 300, San Francisco, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(415) 901-7000

General Information

Experience

Systems Engineer - Cisco Systems , Inc.

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http://www.tralavotes2008.com/newsArticle.jsf?documentId=2c9e4f691ad2e915011ad3e025f300d3

Barack Obama chose the Nissan Pavilion in the outer suburbs of Northern Virginia to kick off his general-election campaign, one of the 10,000 supporters there was David Bruzas, who recently moved to the fastest-growing part of a state that is moving rapidly away from its Republican past."Being in this area has made me a lot more politically in tune with what's going on," said Bruzas, 27, a systems engineer from Illinois who moved to Fairfax County to work for Cisco Systems in 2005.Then there's Bruzas, the systems engineer, who waited for the Obama rally with a copy of Newsweek.A graduate of Purdue University, he left Indiana as fast as he could, did a stint in Raleigh, N.C., then came to Fairfax.He grew up in a Republican home and used to be apathetic about politics.But he was bothered to find on a recent trip to Europe that people there had a darker view of his country than when he visited in the late 1990s.He didn't like the Bush administration's penchant for secrecy.He started reading political blogs.And he decided to come to the rally, which was easy to do because his job is "flexible, so I was working at home and cut out early."So flexible, he may move soon, to try another place.It wouldn't be hard, since Cisco has branches everywhere.Or rather: in every major metro area, where, chances are, Bruzas's politics would be right at home.

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Barack Obama chose the Nissan Pavilion in the outer suburbs of Northern Virginia to kick off his general-election campaign, one of the 10,000 supporters there was David Bruzas, who recently moved to the fastest-growing part of a state that is moving rapidly away from its Republican past. "Being in this area has made me a lot more politically in tune with what's going on," said Bruzas, 27, a systems engineer from Illinois who moved to Fairfax County to work for Cisco Systems in 2005.

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/06/28/AR2008062802124.html?nav=hcmodule

Barack Obama chose the Nissan Pavilion in the outer suburbs of Northern Virginia to kick off his general-election campaign, one of the 10,000 supporters there was David Bruzas, who recently moved to the fastest-growing part of a state that is moving rapidly away from its Republican past. "Being in this area has made me a lot more politically in tune with what's going on," said Bruzas, 27, a systems engineer from Illinois who moved to Fairfax County to work for Cisco Systems in 2005.

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