Julie Smith, Author at Technical.ly Philly

Julie Smith

Photo of Julie Smith

Julie Smith is photojournalist who served as a spring 2013 intern for Technically Philly. The Temple University graduate was bred in Boston, Mass. She has a knack for playing the trombone, piano and drums, taking photos and traveling. She survives off of strong coffee, enjoys a good beer and loves frying up pierogies. She hopes to work as a journalist in the UK one day.

-30-
The GREEN Program is study abroad for future renewable energy leaders access

May 15, 2013 10:30 am

The GREEN Program is study abroad for future renewable energy leaders

The company is very similar to a student study-abroad program but with an industry pipeline focus. Costing between $2,000 and $3,500 depending on the program, which range from ten to twelve days, GREEN sends students to Costa Rica and Iceland to experience the countries’ epicenters for renewable energy.
No better time to be a doer in Philadelphia: Student Startup Summit access

Apr. 22, 2013 8:30 am

No better time to be a doer in Philadelphia: Student Startup Summit

The purpose of the summit was not for attendees to learn everything about entrepreneurship. It was for attendees to understand that Philadelphia is churning with ideas and ventures and that those with ideas should become involved.
LIFT digital literacy program with OIC, Comcast graduates 700 in a year [VIDEO] access

Apr. 4, 2013 11:30 am

LIFT digital literacy program with OIC, Comcast graduates 700 in a year [VIDEO]

One year after launching weekly digital literacy trainings, poverty-empowerment nonprofit LIFT-Philadelphia, partnered with economic development group Philadelphia OIC and Comcast, says it has brought 700 Philadelphians through the program.
STEMnasium: West Philly STEM program celebrates 10 years access

Mar. 18, 2013 11:30 am

STEMnasium: West Philly STEM program celebrates 10 years

The STEMnasium Learning Academy is an extra-curricular program held on Saturdays at the Harambee Institute of Science and Technology Charter School near Overbrook in West Philly open to any and all pre-high school students from the Philadelphia region.
RedSnake Philly 2013 has lightning talks on Ruby and Python trends in ‘Search Church’ software development

Feb. 20, 2013 9:00 am

RedSnake Philly 2013 has lightning talks on Ruby and Python trends in ‘Search Church’

As comes with active, two-decade-old programming languages, what is possible within the framework continues to evolve. So the third annual RedSnake Philly event, featuring nearly a dozen 10-minute lightning talks, took over SEER Interactive’s Northern Liberties ‘Search Church’ last week to share best practices and bold projects using Ruby or Python to inspire, network and […]
Machine learning: 4 ways digital ‘pattern-matching’ is more than just spam filtering software development

Feb. 1, 2013 9:00 am

Machine learning: 4 ways digital ‘pattern-matching’ is more than just spam filtering

In the battle of spam filtering, the art of war is machine learning, which keeps systems updated with the help of data. When you mark an email message as spam, you are contributing to a vast data set that helps the machine learning of filtering tools for Gmail or Yahoo or whatever else is your email provider.

Sign-up for daily news updates from Technical.ly Philadelphia

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!