Ken Grady has been actively involved in efforts to establish paths to technology careers for communities who don’t usually end up there—specifically for US veterans.
Students came to see the world and themselves in a new way, were moved to share their knowledge publicly, grew to be confident in themselves, and felt empowered to use their voices to raise awareness and affect change.
The prospect of hiring up to 550 new workers over the next decade, including dozens of highly coveted software developers and IT specialists, isn’t keeping Tyler Technologies’ Christopher Hepburn and Robert Sansone up at nights.
Big data is changing the way people and companies work and interact. It can provide valuable insights to inform decision-making processes and improve operational efficiency and effectiveness.
Returning for its 3rd year, Agile Maine Day is a practical Agile conference that allows participants to connect and learn from their peers and leaders in the industry.
Thanks to an off-kilter sensibility and a very supportive economy, Portland startups have excelled in the fields of bio-pharm, fin tech, and specialty foods, and they’ve done so with and without financial support.
According to Mainebiz, a Maine business publication, UNE Online programs are meeting a need in the industry for trained professionals who can merge health care, information technology and computer science.
Richard Florida: “Everyone interested in urban and regional economic development must check out this new MPI study, ”Knowledge in Cities.” Using data from the U.S.
“Nothing that I have copied there could suggest a parallel between the rise of fascism in Italy in the 1920s and what is happening in our country today.” MPBN: The Humble Farmer: On fascism