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The New York Times may have once made a pastime of periodically negging its Northeast Regional neighbor, dismissing the nation’s capital as a provincial food desert of expense-account steakhouses and lunchtime cheap eats. At long last, though, D.C. has finally earned the recognition it’s earned as one of America’s most exciting food destinations — and now, with help from Bon Appetit, you can pay tasty tribute to the Black-owned restaurants that made it all deliciously possible. The foodie website has assembled a list of locals’ favorite businesses that have long formed the sturdy foundation of the District’s food scene — and, with some new kitchen innovators, also fueled its recent creative renaissance.
So you want to earn your angel wings, eh? Technical.ly just wrapped the first season of its “Off the Sidelines” podcast, and each episode is jam packed with heavenly insight from industry experts on what it takes to achieve the divine as an early-stage investor. From how to build the right relationships, to how to balance your instincts with cold hard data and how to say “no,” it’s got all you need to know and more. With the support of Project Entrepreneur, a program by UBS, “Off the Sidelines” has everything you need to get you past investing’s pearly gates.
Here’s a secret about networking: No one really loves networking, but it’s an indispensable skill for building your career, making those top-notch hires or landing your dream job. We’ve all been there, too — which is why we at Technical.ly have made it our mission to make networking not just as easy as possible, but, heck, maybe even fun. We gathered these networking tips from our smash NET/WORK Baltimore event, and from attire to eye-contact, we’ve got the rundown here.
And while we’re on the topic: Join us for NET/WORK DC on March 24 at The Yard. The event features more than a dozen hiring organizations and exhibitors, plus resume reviewers, an after-party with beer and snacks, an opportunity to get a fab new headshot, and, just to show we’re looking out for you, suits-and-ties are strictly optional.
You may not be ready to start serving draft kombucha and free bagels, but Baltimore’s Charm City Concierge is helping building landlords in the DMV stay competitive by enhancing their workplace experiences. Through the Simpli app, Charm City Concierge helps landlords offer their tenants access to wellness programs, events calendars, concierge services and much more. The company just signed four major clients in D.C., including CBRE and The Wharf; read more here.
- Nava is hiring an Experienced Software Engineer — Backend. You’ll work with small teams to build scalable infrastructure for government clients.
- EAB is seeking a Front-End Engineer to participate in solving deep user interface challenges across the EAB application suite, which includes using and developing an in-house interface platform built for rapid application development.
- Bamboo Solution is looking for a Senior Front-End Developer.
- Vectorworks, a global software product company in Columbia targeting the entertainment, architecture and landscaping industries, is hiring a Software Engineer (Computer Graphics) to develop and innovate user features for customers that its CAD product suite.
- SmartLogic in Baltimore is looking for a Sales & Software Engineer to manage the execution of its sales process, from taking sales leads to a successful close to also performing billable work directly on client engagements.
- Dragos in Hanover, working to protect the world’s most critical infrastructure from adversaries who wish to do it harm, is hiring a Cloud Engineer.
- Avhana Health in Baltimore, made up of a small, mission-driven team determined to improve health care at a massive scale, is seeking a Software Engineer.
- Maximus in Falls Church is hiring a Front-End Developer.
- General Dynamics in Arlington is seeking an ADP Infrastructure Technical Lead to join the forefront of GDIT’s cyber capabilities protecting one of our nation’s most important networks.
- Chop Dawg is hiring a Part-Time React Native Developer.
- Redox is seeking a Senior API Engineer to help engineer software solutions at scale to make healthcare data more useful.
- Chainbridge Technologies is looking for a Database Administrator.
The food spots on Bon Appetit’s list are a panoply of global influences, and they range from mainstays like the Ethiopian offerings of Keren Restaurant, soul-food joint Oohhs & Aahh’s, and longtime go-to Ben’s Chili Bowl, to newcomers like the Trinidadian-influenced Cane and Afro-Carribean Kith & Kin. We doubt anyone can cover the spots in a single day, or even two, but at least there’s plenty of space to walk it off between stops.-30-
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