Kaylin Espinosa, Author at Technical.ly Philly

Kaylin Espinosa

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Kaylin Espinosa is a contributor to Technical.ly Philly. She is currently a senior journalism major at Temple University. She hopes to write and work as a web designer after graduation. She loves reading comic books and collecting snapbacks.

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Will Philly technologists send their kids to city schools? access

Feb. 25, 2015 11:41 am

Will Philly technologists send their kids to city schools?

Retaining tech talent: It used to be about brain drain. Now it's about city schools.
This is what it’s like budgeting for IT at a Philly school these days access

Feb. 6, 2015 7:33 am

This is what it’s like budgeting for IT at a Philly school these days

At the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, there are just 64 working laptops for a student body of more than 700. The school has set up a foundation to help fundraise for various extracurricular activities.
How did Yasmine Mustafa help get Girl Develop It to Philly? She asked access

Feb. 5, 2015 7:33 am

How did Yasmine Mustafa help get Girl Develop It to Philly? She asked

What started with a simple question to Girl Develop It cofounder Sara Chipps has become the organization's most active chapter. We look back at Mustafa's role — and the broader impact of Girl Develop It Philly.
There’s a massive augmented reality mobile game, Ingress, going on all around you feature

Feb. 3, 2015 10:28 am

There’s a massive augmented reality mobile game, Ingress, going on all around you

Developed by a division of Google, users around the world join one of two teams and compete for claims on thousands of public places, like statues and murals. Philadelphia is contested territory.
Why PHMC’s sleek new headquarters is really about recruiting company culture

Nov. 17, 2014 12:51 pm

Why PHMC’s sleek new headquarters is really about recruiting

"Space like this encourages young, interested, committed people to come to work in public health," said PHMC President & CEO Richard Cohen.
Why these app founders took a break from Penn to focus on ‘Down to Chill’ feature

Oct. 22, 2014 1:20 pm

Why these app founders took a break from Penn to focus on ‘Down to Chill’

The app aims to make hanging out with friends easier. Its founders say the decision to take a year off from school was an easy one.

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