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Ron Gula wants to make cybersecurity personal. Enter: data care

Aug. 24, 2021 1:28 pm

Ron Gula wants to make cybersecurity personal. Enter: data care

The former Tenable CEO and investor thinks changing the industry's name can help raise awareness, and make it more welcoming. It has implications for personal responsibility, and the workforce.
On the Market: Looking to get started in software? SmartLogic’s apprenticeship is back

Aug. 16, 2021 3:13 pm

On the Market: Looking to get started in software? SmartLogic’s apprenticeship is back

Plus, program openings supporting small businesses at Impact Hub Baltimore and the Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network.
On the Market: Check out Baltimore job openings in tech, data and social enterprise

Jul. 29, 2021 5:35 pm

On the Market: Check out Baltimore job openings in tech, data and social enterprise

If mission-driven work is for you, there are many local orgs dedicated to performing a social good hiring this month.
So You Want to Be a Software Developer? How to use open data with your code

Jul. 23, 2021 2:43 pm

So You Want to Be a Software Developer? How to use open data with your code

Colin Starger shows how to use Jupyter and Python libraries to visualize your data, using Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance data on the deep inequities impacting the city's Black Butterfly.
How I Got Here: Experimenting with careers led Justin Elszasz to Baltimore City’s chief data officer role

Jul. 15, 2021 3:53 pm

How I Got Here: Experimenting with careers led Justin Elszasz to Baltimore City’s chief data officer role

Elszasz talks about how he found a passion for data science, and a calling in civil service. The key was to test and learn along the way.
Maryland cyber company Huntress is aiding in the Kaseya ransomware attack response. Here’s what the team learned

Jul. 12, 2021 4:49 pm

Maryland cyber company Huntress is aiding in the Kaseya ransomware attack response. Here’s what the team learned

The Ellicott City-based company's name was in many news reports following the attack that affected small and medium-sized businesses. "This is a devastating supply chain attack," said senior security researcher John Hammond.
ReGen is bringing retro video games to Towson Town Center

Jun. 11, 2021 5:42 pm

ReGen is bringing retro video games to Towson Town Center

A curator of classic video game culture is moving to a larger space.
So you want to be a software developer?: Getting to know PyCharm

Jun. 9, 2021 5:32 pm

So you want to be a software developer?: Getting to know PyCharm

Baltimore City software developer Brian Seel walks us through the integrated development environment, and a "spell check for coding." Check out video of the demo.
Flatiron School’s Women Take Tech initiative is empowering the next generation of diverse tech talent

May 17, 2021 7:40 am

Flatiron School’s Women Take Tech initiative is empowering the next generation of diverse tech talent

A look at why women are enrolling in the bootcamp that champions representation.
VR is coming to education, but the pivot won’t be easy

Apr. 26, 2021 3:03 pm

VR is coming to education, but the pivot won’t be easy

At the latest Potential of Edtech meetup, four AR/VR pros talked about the technology's possibilities for future impact on education. It included a look at developments happening now, and how it might be adopted more widely.

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