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AIM brings tech education to students at second annual Careerockit

Careerockit, Nebraska and Iowa’s largest business/student collaborative learning initiative, made its return on February 12. The weeklong event provided more than 18,000 unique student experiences across more than 20 school districts, multiple universities and 140 organizations in six counties. The no-cost program of the Greater Omaha Chamber pairs elementary through post-secondary students seeking engagement and […]

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Five reasons why companies should use texting while recruiting new hires

We all know that recruiting the best employees is essential for any company. However, developing a solid, effective recruitment process can be challenging for even the most experienced hiring managers. One of the best recruitment tools available to any company is texting, which can help you reach more people, engage candidates more effectively, and help […]

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Omaha middle school students win National Science Bowl regional competition

Earlier this month, a team of Omaha middle school students from King Science and Technology Magnet School won the regional competition for the 2018 National Science Bowl® (NSB). They will advance to the NSB National Finals this spring in Washington, D.C., as announced by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). “The National Science Bowl® continues […]

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Breaking down barriers for women in tech

Naomi See is committed to helping and supporting women in tech, mainly because of all the messages she got along the way saying tech was a path she couldn’t or shouldn’t pursue. Naomi is a software analyst at West Corporation, where she has worked on everything from interactive voice recording software to automating internal processes […]

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What’s new this month at AIM

AIM and Appsky partner up to support Great Plains Black History Museum Interface: The Web School partnered with Appsky Labs, an Omaha-based software development company, on a fundraising project with the Great Plains Black History Museum. Together, the organizations hope to raise $3,000 to pay for the development of a new website for the museum. […]

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Upcoming tech events

Our mission is to grow, connect and inspire the tech talent ecosystem. There are countless opportunities happening around the metro for you to network, learn, or just have fun. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite upcoming events below. Be sure to check out on our full events list to keep you informed on everything […]

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Omaha executive outlines his approach to data science, organizational success

OMAHA, Neb. – Gautham Pallapa has some closely-held beliefs when it comes to big data, organizational success, and finding your footing in the data science realm. Pallapa oversees dozens of developers and engineers across multiple areas in his role as vice president of systems and platforms at West Corporation. He talked with Hot Spots about his […]

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SPN Tech Recap – January 2018

Gazella checks in, shares new vision of their future in wifi marketing When Gazella launched in 2016, the company wanted to change the way individuals interacted with public wifi. While that goal still holds true, 2017 was a year of change for the wifi marketing startup. Founder and CEO Eric Burns said the company spent […]

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