Michaela Althouse, Author at Technical.ly Philly

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Michaela Althouse is the lead reporter for Technical.ly's DC market. Before starting at Technical.ly, she was the west coast reporter at New Project Media, and has previously written for Washingtonian Magazine, Philadelphia Magazine and Metro Eireann in Dublin, Ireland

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These Philly startups nabbed spots in a new Google for Startups-backed accelerator for disabled founders

Oct. 15, 2021 11:49 am

These Philly startups nabbed spots in a new Google for Startups-backed accelerator for disabled founders

2Gether International's first tech-specific cohort, supported by Google for Startups, was created specifically for founders with disabilities.
Eco-friendly delivery startup Mlkmn is now The Rounds as it expands into DC

Aug. 4, 2021 2:48 pm

Eco-friendly delivery startup Mlkmn is now The Rounds as it expands into DC

Despite the appeal of "everybody wanting to deliver your avocado in 10 minutes," cofounder Alexander Torrey has high hopes for the Philly-founded, venture-backed company's launch in the District. Here's what's behind its new name and growth plans.
Looking to level up your coding skills? Here’s 12 Philly bootcamps, orgs and resources

Oct. 16, 2020 2:31 pm

Looking to level up your coding skills? Here’s 12 Philly bootcamps, orgs and resources

Whether you're a programming newbie or looking to move up, here's a look at local learn-to-code programs, including several free resources.
Is unlimited PTO bullsh*t? We asked Philly companies about their policies

Aug. 30, 2019 2:09 pm

Is unlimited PTO bullsh*t? We asked Philly companies about their policies

When building a flexible time-off policy, intentionality, trust in employees and clear communication of expectations are paramount, say local HR managers.
On the Market: Cybersecurity and conscious capitalism are so hot right now

Aug. 28, 2019 12:25 pm

On the Market: Cybersecurity and conscious capitalism are so hot right now

Plus, a chance to move to Portugal, and open noms for the inaugural RealLIST Engineers.
Wildbit’s CEO on how to survive as a (mostly) remote team

Aug. 26, 2019 1:10 pm

Wildbit’s CEO on how to survive as a (mostly) remote team

Cofounder and exec Natalie Nagele breaks down how her team manages its remote-first, 32-hour-week work environment.
Check out the digs for Temple’s executive MBA students

Aug. 26, 2019 9:40 am

Check out the digs for Temple’s executive MBA students

Executive MBA and doctoral business administration students spend their school days at a leasing space for Fortune 500 companies.
Here are the first results of Open Access Philly’s diversity survey

Aug. 19, 2019 11:19 am

Here are the first results of Open Access Philly’s diversity survey

Along with community partners, OAP's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Benchmark Survey revealed that the perception of diversity among local tech companies is a lot stronger than practice.
Philly’s inaugural women-in-podcasting festival is happening Aug. 23 to 25

Aug. 16, 2019 1:27 pm

Philly’s inaugural women-in-podcasting festival is happening Aug. 23 to 25

The RESPECT: Women's Podcast Festival will be held at Amalgam Comics and feature both local and out-of-town podcasters hosting live shows.
It’s always sunny in Philly, so go get some solar panels

Aug. 14, 2019 2:41 pm

It’s always sunny in Philly, so go get some solar panels

In honor of the city's inaugural Solar Week, Mayor Jim Kenney signed two bills this morning to encourage Philadelphians to install residential and commercial solar panels. Here are the details.

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