Seasoned Technology Professional
About Ofuoma Odje
Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ofuoma Odje has worked in the technology industry for more than 10 years. He has enjoyed considerable success in developing high-performing technology solutions, with comprehensive knowledge of Oracle technologies and an ability to create and execute macro-level engagement plans. Currently, Ofuoma Odje puts his background to use as service principal of OCAA Solutions LLC, which he helped launch in 2010. The firm offers consulting and software development services to clients including ERA Helicopters/U.S. Coast Guard, SEACOR Holdings, Inc., and Texadian Energy Inc.
Odje attended South Bank University in London, where he earned a BS in business information technology.
Health Benefits of Eating Fish
Ofuoma Odje currently serves as a principal consultant at OCAA Solutions, LLC, and as an onsite identity and access management consultant at Intel Security, Santa Clara, CA;-a wholly owned subsidiary of the world's leading computer chip maker, Intel corp. Beyond his many professional activities, Ofuoma Odje enjoys cooking fish, especially mackerel and tilapia.
According to various scientific and medical studies, individuals who frequently enjoy fish for dinner can experience myriad physical benefits. For starters, the regular consumption of fish can help to prevent heart disease. One study published by Hypertension: Journal of the American Heart Association reported that women who did not eat fish had 50 percent more cardiac problems than women who ate fish a minimum of once per week.
Eating fish could even mitigate a person’s risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers believe that eating fish as infrequently as once a week can have a protective influence on gray matter neurons, the brain’s memory and cognitive ability center. Finally, fish are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids. These acids have been linked to a vast number of physical and health benefits, such as healthier skin and hair, reduced risk of depression, and enhanced brain development.
Types of Wood Chips for Smoking Fish
Ofuoma Odje, an identity and access management consultant at Intel Security, enjoys trance and electronic music as well as Formula 1 racing. In addition, Ofuoma Odje likes to cook, especially with his wood smoker, where he smokes tilapia and mackerel.
Smoking food takes time and patience. In addition, knowing what types of wood to use to impart specific flavors is necessary. In terms of fish, ash and alder wood chips work well if a person is looking to achieve a light and delicate flavor. For mild smokiness, lemon, orange, and grapefruit wood chips are very good. Sweet fruit woods, such as apricot and nectarine, also produce the same quality as hickory, which traditionally infuses food with a strong bacon flavor, but with a sweeter taste.
Other wood options to consider include mesquite and oak, some of the hottest-burning woods. Mesquite wood chips create a very strong, earthy flavor. Oak, of any variety, has the same effect and goes well with fish, pork, red meat, and heavy game.
Learning to Fly Jets through Virtual Type Training
Ofuoma Odje is the founder and a principal consultant at OCAA Solutions LLC. At the company, he directs daily operations and is responsible for a wide range of business functions, including operations management, marketing, finance, vendor relations, and team management. While he has already established himself in business, Ofuoma Odje's childhood dream was to become a pilot. Today, he is partly able to achieve this dream through a program called virtual type training.
There are a lot of things to consider when flying a plane: skill, knowledge, and accuracy. This is why training to become a pilot is a highly specialized science. In this time and age, however, those who have always wanted to fly yet weren't able to pursue aviation can now have a taste of how it is to fly a real jet through virtual type training.
Virtual type training is a five-unit course that culminates with an hour-long flight exam in order to test skills. The initial units provide an introduction to the jet and cockpit environment, procedures such as briefing and preparation, climbs and descents, and turns and spiral dives. As the course progresses, the topics become more complex and include landings, taxi and take-off procedures, and autopilot. Apart from procedures, the course also trains students how to troubleshoot by touching on engine failures.