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Michaela Althouse was an editorial intern at Technical.ly in the summer of 2019 and is a recent graduate of Temple University.

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On the Market: Why you should consider a dev job at this poverty reduction nonprofit business

Jul. 15, 2019 3:15 pm

On the Market: Why you should consider a dev job at this poverty reduction nonprofit

Benefits Data Trust's tech team is as advanced as any startup's. Plus: The National Park Service is looking for local IT talent, and we can finally announce the location of Super Meetup 2019, happening on Thursday, Aug. 22.
#Beetech: Azavea and Penn State made a tool to see ‘bee’s eye view’ of hive environments dev

Jul. 12, 2019 3:45 pm

#Beetech: Azavea and Penn State made a tool to see ‘bee’s eye view’ of hive environments

The digital platform can inform beekeepers about the number and types of nearby pollinators, pesticide use and any other crop factors so they can keep their colonies healthy.
Want to learn to code? Check out these 12 (mostly) local bootcamps and resources dev

Jul. 11, 2019 1:22 pm

Want to learn to code? Check out these 12 (mostly) local bootcamps and resources

Here's how to jump on the webdev train even if you're a programming newbie, including with several free, online and one-off courses.
This financial services firm wants to help millennials and Gen Xers manage their money business

Jul. 10, 2019 12:05 pm

This financial services firm wants to help millennials and Gen Xers manage their money

Livelihood is tackling the new market of young and lower-income adults who are being ignored by traditional planning services, says founder Carey Morgan.
Inside the IRL social lives of Philly’s Reddit moderators creative

Jul. 2, 2019 3:32 pm

Inside the IRL social lives of Philly’s Reddit moderators

"With meetups there's a name to a face, so I feel like you're seeing someone as who they really are, as opposed to who they are when they're hiding behind a screen": A look at where the local Reddit community meets.
Tech education nonprofit Per Scholas is opening a new Philly location access

Jul. 1, 2019 10:04 am

Tech education nonprofit Per Scholas is opening a new Philly location

Cambridge Innovation Center will host Per Scholas' IT program for students to become certified in A+ and Network+ and learn professional development skills.
The Philly courts website is finally back up civic

Jun. 26, 2019 3:37 pm

The Philly courts website is finally back up

The return comes after a month preventative shutdown at courts.phila.gov. As of Wednesday afternoon, some online services were still unavailable.
Philly tech leaders are on the hunt for new talent dev

Jun. 26, 2019 2:08 pm

Philly tech leaders are on the hunt for new talent

A report on tech hiring from Robert Half says that Philadelphia is a good place to be if you're seeking a new position in IT.
Expanding and empowering: How NextFab evolved over a decade access

Jun. 21, 2019 3:29 pm

Expanding and empowering: How NextFab evolved over a decade

In honor of its 10th anniversary, we asked NextFab employees and members how they think the makerspace network has changed over the last 10 years.
This month in Technical.ly history: Do these 10 Philly tech organizations have Wikipedia pages yet? creative

Jun. 20, 2019 9:54 am

This month in Technical.ly history: Do these 10 Philly tech organizations have Wikipedia pages yet?

For Technical.ly Philly's 10th anniversary, we're digging through the archives. In June, we're going all the way back to OG Technical.ly to take another look at the local tech companies we thought deserved a Wikipedia page.

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