Tech tug o’ war: Lockheed Martin, EA Tiburon leaders share challenges on finding talent


When Robin Adams graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2013 with a software engineering degree, she experienced something that many other new college grads — even today — couldn’t fathom: She had multiple job offers on the table.

That was thanks, in part, to Adams’ chosen line of work. She ended up working for Lockheed Martin Corp.’s Missiles & Fire Control site in west Orlando — a company she interned with for two years before she was offered a full-time position.