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Project 18 releases preliminary survey results on women in the Omaha tech work force

(Photo: Project 18 organizers announce preliminary results at DoSpace.)   OMAHA — Preliminary results of the Project 18 workforce survey show that many women in Omaha tech and tech-adjacent jobs say that gender has been a factor in negative workplace experiences like missing out on raises and promotions, and in some cases, being taken less […]

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Congressman Don Bacon visits AIM Brain Exchange to kick off Congressional App Challenge

U.S. Representative Don Bacon, R-Neb., visited the AIM Brain Exchange Friday to kick off the Congressional App Challenge. He was joined by a round-table panel of business, education and community leaders to talk about efforts to support tech education and expand diversity in tech-related fields. The Congressional App Challenge is an annual competition aimed at […]

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Early Bird registration for Heartland Developers Conference ends July 18

Time is running out to take advantage of $299 early bird pricing for the AIM 2018 Heartland Developer Conference.  The registration price will go up to $350 after Wednesday, July 18. Registration includes all keynotes, breakout sessions, a welcome reception and MESH Party access. HDC is the region’s longest running local software design and development […]

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Heartland Developer Conference 2018 keynote speaker Kathleen Dollard on ‘loving legacy code’

OMAHA — The Heartland Developer Conference’s 2018 keynote speaker has been a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 1998, and has given dozens of speeches and talks around the world. Kathleen Dollard is on the .NET Core Team at Microsoft, where she contributes to .NET Core CLI/SDK, and managed languages, and she’s written multiple articles […]

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Project 18 survey of Omaha women in tech seeks more responses for accurate snapshot

Almost one month after its release, a survey of women’s experiences working in tech in Omaha is about one-third of the way to its goal of 600 responses. Project 18 released the survey in the middle of May. As of June 11, it has logged around 200 responses, according to organizer Rebecca Stavick. “I’m enthusiastic […]

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Football champion now champions personal growth and youth in tech

Tony Veland is an Omaha native whose sports highlights include back-to-back 1994-1995 national championships with the Nebraska Cornhuskers. In addition to being on the championship team, Veland also was co-captain of the 1995 team, helping to lead the Huskers to victory. After college, he went on to become a 1997 Super Bowl champion with the […]

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Ask-a-Dev meetup offers mentoring from local programmers

Junior developers in Omaha now have a new opportunity to get mentoring, ask questions and find guidance on the journey of learning programming. Ask-a-Dev is a meetup where developers can come meet one-on-one with more experienced programmers. The Omaha meetup will take place Sunday, May 6, at Urban Abbey in downtown Omaha. Ask-a-Dev has meetups […]

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