Tremain-Ajena Jones. Photo supplied
Like a lot of young women, Tremain-Ajena Jones assumed she’d follow in the footsteps of other women in her life and become a nurse. Life had other plans for her, though. Thanks to a scholarship from the
National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), she’s now enjoying the rewarding tech career she dreamed of. Keep reading to learn her story and how you or a woman in your life can get started on the path to your own tech career. Continue reading “She planned to be a nurse. This scholarship changed everything.”
Growing a tech eco-system. Via- www.BMmagazine.co.uk
New Board Officers have been named to TechBirmingham for 2018. TechBirmingham is the city’s pivotal organization dedicated to strengthening and promoting the technology environment, while supporting existing, and start-up technology companies in the region.
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Deon Gordon spent some time with Bham Now. Via – Emily Lorentz, Bham Now.
By now you might have heard about Birmingham innovator Deon Gordon. He is the dynamic, former head of business incubator REV Birmingham.
After a nation-wide search TechBirmingham chose Gordon as their next president.
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TechBirmingham’s New President Deon Gordon
TechBirmingham‘s Board of Directors announced they have selected Deon Gordon as their next President.
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Last night we heard about how Jennifer Skjellum became president of TechBirmingham. Don’t miss out on our next BOLD speaker series!
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Jennifer Skjellum, President & CEO of TechBirmingham
Door prizes including 2 Sidewalk passes and a chance to win a private group Pedal Tour for 14! Join Bham Now and friends at 5:30 – 7pm at Avondale Brewery, upstairs. It’s free!
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Sloss Tech will host some of Birmingham’s own brightest, in addition to national speakers like Tiki Barber and Casey Niestat.
I spoke with three of them, and they had a lot to say about Birmingham!
via Lookfar Blog
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Photo via Covalence’s Instagram, @covalence.io
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects computer and information technology occupations to
grow by 12% from 2014 to 2024. As a result, 4.4 million computer and information technology jobs would exist in the U.S. alone. Currently, the United States has more than half a million tech-related job openings!
If you are looking for a way to differentiate yourself from the rest of the workforce, than these computer programming courses in Birmingham just may help.
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The Innovation Depot, the largest startup business incubator in the Southeast, continues to advance the interest of Birmingham by facilitating A+ companies and helping them expand operations.
Now Fleetio, first housed inside the massive facility, is moving out and setting up shop near
Tony Summerville, CEO of Fleetio, stands with friends/partners at the SlossTech festival this past summer.
Continue reading “From the Depot onward – local Tech Startup moving near the Pizitz”
Remember the success of
Sloss Tech – Birmingham’s summer techie fest host by TechBirmingham?
Well techies, the time for a follow up conference by Bham’s premiere tech. association is at hand.
Continue reading “TechBirmingham to Host Another Tech. Conference”