Saturday, December 31, 2016

What Is The Internet Of Things?....And Why Should You Care?

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. There’s a new buzz phrase in tech circles these days: The Internet of Things. And it’s promising to be bigger than the Internet and the World Wide Web ever was. But what is it? And how will it impact our everyday lives? Will it help me? Should I be worried?

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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

The Industrial Internet Of Things....How Big Is The Opportunity? {VIDEO}

Watch Accenture Chief Technology Officer Paul Daugherty with panelists Greg Scheu (President, Americas, ABB), David Kirkpatrick (CEO & Founder, Techonomy Media) and Jeroen Tas (CEO, Healthcare Informatics Solutions & Services, Royal Philips) as they discuss the Industrial Internet of Things and its opportunities.

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Saturday, December 24, 2016

Funny Video About A World Without Mobile Technology

Try to imagine what a world without email, twitter, FB, smart phones, etc would look like. Without mobile related technology of any kind could you "survive"....or would you go nuts without your toys?

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Technology In 2019 - What The Future Of Tech Looks Like!

This video by Microsoft portrays a unique and interesting idea of what they think the future of tech is and what company's all around the world would like to achieve by 2019. Some say that this is too optimistic for 2019, and that even though technology is developing quickly only a small proportion of the initial ideas will be successfully accomplished at some undefined point in 2019.

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Technology Humor We Can All Relate Too....Probably

I dare you not to laugh at these clips of funny technology related situations....in fact you might even see yourself in a few. ;)

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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Girls Who Code...Training Tomorrow's Engineers Now

By 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor expects there will be 1.4 million computer-specialist job openings. But while women make up 57 percent of overall college graduates, they only account for 12 percent of computer science graduates today. So what are tech companies doing to get young women excited about coding? Bloomberg's Emily Chang looks at how Twitter is teaming up with one non-profit, Girls Who Code, to train the next generation of female engineers.

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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Yes, Girls CAN Code....Got A Problem With That?

COVERGIRL believes that girls can code and be part of the 1.4 million jobs in computer fields that will be created by 2020. Enter GIRLS WHO CODE, a non-profit agency with the goal of closing the gender gap in technology by inspiring, educating and equipping young women for futures in the computing-related fields.

FACT: By 2020, the US Department of Labor predicts 1.4 million jobs will be created in computer fields. At current rates, US women will fill just 3%.

CoverGirl believes #GIRLSCAN turn those statistics around. Enter GIRLS WHO CODE, a non-profit agency with the goal of closing the gender gap in technology by inspiring, educating and equipping young women for futures in the computing-related fields. Check out 4 inspiring young women who are breaking barriers, coding their own bright futures, and changing the world!

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Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Learn About The Summer Immersion Program For Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code's FREE Summer Immersion Program is a 7-week introduction to computer science for girls in 10th & 11th grade!

With support from public and private partners, Girls Who Code works to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.

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Saturday, December 03, 2016

Hilarious New Video Series Mocks Those Who Say "Girls Can't Code"

Why can’t girls code? Maybe because they’re girls.

Obviously that's ridiculous. But girls are excluded from male-dominated fields like tech all the time. We're reclaiming ludicrous stereotypes and making it clear GIRLS DO CODE!


When it comes to entering a male-dominated field like tech, there's a lot standing in a girl's way. Girls, after all, are just too beautiful and emotional to truly succeed at something as intense as coding, right?

If that sounds ridiculous, it's because it is — and Girls Who Code is starting a conversation about these bogus stereotypes.

The nonprofit, which works to close the gender gap in tech, launched a new three-part video series this week called Girls Do Code. Using satire and deadpan humor, the series sheds light on offensive stereotypes surrounding girls in tech, all while highlighting the need to change them.
You can also read an article on the 3 part series at the link below...
Yes, Girls CAN Code






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