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Oct. 8, 2014 7:01 am

Celebrating civic innovation [Technical.ly Podcast]

Ahead of this month's "Rise" conference, we check in with a major investor giving small startup cities a boost, a former chief data officer offering advice and an open gov advocate challenging "civic tech" to rethink itself.
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Apply for 2015 SXSW Accelerator by Nov. 7: 500 will apply, 48 will get in business

Sep. 29, 2014 4:06 pm

Apply for 2015 SXSW Accelerator by Nov. 7: 500 will apply, 48 will get in

It's the seventh annual two-day startup competition aimed at helping to accelerating early stage businesses out of the interactive conference.
Catherine Sontag is now Technical.ly Events Coordinator business

Aug. 20, 2014 1:45 pm

Catherine Sontag is now Technical.ly Events Coordinator

Previously, she worked in Programs and Events at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and collaborated on several high-profile technology events.
Technical.ly hires ‘Engagement Coordinator’ Cary Betagole business

Aug. 4, 2014 10:30 am

Technical.ly hires ‘Engagement Coordinator’ Cary Betagole

A native of Cincinnati and a graduate of Boston University, he previously worked for civic engagement group Nextdoor.com and SEO firm SEER Interactive. Betagole will work on data-informed decision making for Technical.ly.
Technical.ly names new Editor in Chief: innovations reporter Zack Seward civic

May. 28, 2014 9:30 am

Technical.ly names new Editor in Chief: innovations reporter Zack Seward

Originally from San Francisco, Zack Seward was most recently an innovations reporter with WHYY in Philadelphia and is a graduate of the University of Chicago and Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Rise of the Rest: why tech communities are growing nationwide civic

May. 5, 2014 8:30 am

Rise of the Rest: why tech communities are growing nationwide

For our April podcast, our reporting team look at the reasons for and possible impact of a nationwide technology class community growing frenzy.
Demand for data skills: Is higher education missing the mark? dev

Apr. 22, 2014 9:30 am

Demand for data skills: Is higher education missing the mark?

According to Gartner, big data will create 4.4 million jobs by 2015. However they note that there simply aren't enough data-savvy applicants to go around and only one-third of these jobs will be filled.
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