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Upcoming Twin Cities Blacks In Technology Software and Tech Meetup – “Leaders In Tech and Tech Pathways”

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Join the Twin Cities chapter of Blacks In Technology for their upcoming meetup, “Leaders In Tech and Tech Pathways”. Learn from and engage with Tech leaders of color. Here their paths to the C-Suite and opportunities to forge a great career. Speakers: Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #105 w/ Amanda Spann

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast our guest is Amanda Spann, Entrepreneur, Marketing Director and Founder of SpannandCompany, a marketing consulting firm.  About our guest Amanda Spann is marketer and app entrepreneur on a mission to help fellow founders Read more…

BIT Startup Of The Week: Socialgive – “Making donating easier through social media”

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Q: Who Founded your company?   A: Brandon Parkes Q: Give us a brief summary of your background in tech A: Having a mixed background in nonprofit management and corporate social responsibility, I have had the opportunity to leverage technology Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #104 w/ Derick Pearson Founder of BlackTech Week

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Happy New Year everyone! We are back after a long hiatus and a change of venue. On this exciting episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we will be speaking with social entrepreneur and founder of BlackTech Week, Derick Pearson. Read more…

BIT Startup Of The Week: Nomsy – “Bringing you the food you want and need”

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Q: Who Founded your company?   A: Robert Greenfield (CEO), Nick Conflitti (CPO), and Jonathan More (CTO) Q: Give us a brief summary of your background in tech (2-3 sentences)  A: Robert Greenfield has a full-stack development background and has worked at Read more…

HBCU To Startup hosting online info sessions with Pinterest and Uber

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Our good friends at HBCU to Startup are hosting 2 virtual information sessions this week with 2 top tech companies, Pinterest and Uber. Thursday December 8, 2016  9:00 am – 9:30 am PT Join HBCU to Startup for this 30-minute virtual Read more…

BIT Startup Of The Week: Moving Analytics

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Q: Who Founded your company? A: Ade Adesanya, Harsh Vathsangam Q: Give us a brief summary of your background in tech. A: Did research in nano-technology as an undergrad building chips for semi conductors, co-founded givepals.com a social market place Read more…

Volunteer with Blacks In Technology

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Blacks In Technology is looking to expand our efforts of increasing diversity in tech through community and media, and we need dedicated individuals that can serve as volunteers to help move the organization forward. Since these are part-time volunteer positions, Read more…

Hacking Diversity – Views from the USENIX Security Symposium 2016

By Asti Plear 0 Comments

I attended the USENIX Advance Computing Systems Association Security Symposium in Austin, TX last month and it was amazing!! Hundreds of IT Security scholars and professionals gathered to participate in a great event. (Special thanks to Blacks in Technology and Read more…

Strideforce Hackathon – Hacking for Diversity & Inclusion in Tech

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Blacks In Technology is happy to be a community sponsor for the upcoming Strideforce hackathon happening November 4-6. Strideforce’s mission is to create a future where tech sector diversity reflects that of the population at large; with the intention of bridging the current racial Read more…

Win A Free Pass to the USENIX LISA 2016 conference

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Blacks In Technology has once again partnered up with USENIX as an official community sponsor for their annual LISA (Large Installation System Administration) conference happening Dec. 4-9 in Boston, MA at the Sheraton Boston hotel. As a result of our continued partnership we will be selecting 5 individuals Read more…

Win A Free Pass To The Clojure/conj 2016 Developers Conference

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Blacks In Technology is once again partnering up with Clojure/Conj as an official community sponsor for their annual conference happening Dec. 1-3 in Austin, TX at the Hilton Austin hotel, 500 E 4th St. Austin, TX 78701. As a result of our Read more…

African American Founded Tech Startup Offers Stock/Ownership In Company

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African American founded tech startup Bluurp (a social networking app that lets you post messages across Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and LinkedIn as well as share videos from YouTube, songs from Spotify, and photos across Instagram, Pinterest, and Flickr), has joined with Read more…

#BITTechTalk podcast ep. #103 w/ Courtney and Tye Caldwell of ShearShare

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by Courtney and Tye Caldwell, Founders of the startup ShearShare, an app that connects salon and barbershop owners to individual beauty operators to fill unused salon suites and stations on Read more…

Win a free pass to the Tech Inclusion 2016 Conference!!!

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Blacks In Technology is happy to announce that we are official media sponsors for the Tech Inclusion 2016 Conference happening Oct. 25th – 26th at Innovation Hangar 3601 Lyon Street Palace of Fine Arts Exhibition Hall San Francisco, CA,  and as a result of this partnership BIT will be Read more…

Upcoming #BITTechTalk ep. #102 w/ Scott Hanselman

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Join us on September 15th, 2016 at 9pm EST for the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast ep. #102 with Author, Speaker, Blogger, Developer and friend Scott Hanselman.   About our guest: Scott Hanselman is a web developer who has been Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #101 w/ Sherrell Dorsey – Founder of ThePLUG

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast our guest is Sherrell Dorsey, Founder of ThePLUG. About our guest: Sherrell Dorsey is a social impact tech writer covering technology, sustainability, and equity in Fast Company, Next City and other national Read more…

Win A Free Ticket To The Black Enterprise TechConneXt Summit

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The Black Enterprise TechConneXt Summit is happening in Burlingham, CA on Oct. 10-11th, 2016. The TechConneXt Summit is a 2 day event filled with insightful tech talks, interactive technology workshops and one on one sessions featuring some of the top minds in Tech such as Tristan Walker (Founder of Walker and Read more…

******POSTPONED****** Blacks In Technology And Puppet To Host Online Job Recruiting Event

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! Blacks In Technology has teamed up with our partners, Women In Linux and leading software technology company, Puppet, to host an online job recruiting event, Thursday August 25, 2016 at 6pm EST Read more…

The Tech Life….Getting Hired ep. #2 “Interning in Silicon Valley” w/ Camille Eddy and Kymberlee Hill

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology presents The Tech Life…Getting Hired, we are joined by Camille Eddy and Kymberlee Hill, interns at HP and Intel respectively. We will discuss their experiences as interns at two of the biggest technology Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #99 w/ Marquett Burton Founder of Fletch

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by Marquett Burton. Marquett is an entrepreneur, a speaker, an educator and the founder of Fletch a college retention app empowering students to form study groups & easily get academic support. Read more…

Blacks In Technology presents “The Tech Life…Getting Hired – Interning in Silicon Valley”

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Join us on Sunday August 7th, 2106 at 8pm EST, for another Google Hangout episode of “The Tech Life…Getting Hired”. We are keeping with our tradition of providing informational and inspirational resources to our community. Camille Eddy and Kymberlee Hill Read more…

6 Things I’ve learned from interviewing Black Female Founders

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Over the past 2 months, I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing black women founders on my podcast, HustleNRose, who have made their mark in Technology, Nonprofit, and Creative ventures. These women are building technology companies with a social justice component and Read more…

Why the Matrix Still Has You

By Donte' Ormsby 6 Comments

“The Matrix” was one of the best, thought-provoking movies ever made (and yes, I am referring to the first one, not the sub-par sequels). The metaphors, similes and analogies that can be derived from the story are many – thus Read more…

Akamai Technical Academy partners with The Tech Connection to provide paid technical training

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Good news for the BIT community. Melissa James and our good friends over at The Tech Connection (you remember Melissa right. from the #BITTechTalk podcast ep. 97?) are now a proud partner for the,  Akamai Technical Academy (ATA) which is a Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #98 w/ Makinde Adeagbo – Founder of /dev/color

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by Makinde Adeagbo, Software Engineer and Founder of the /dev/color organization. /dev/color is a non-profit organization on a mission to advance the careers of black software engineers. About our guest: Makinde Read more…

Springboard Initiative is seeking mentors

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Blacks In Technology believes that our youth are more than capable of participating,  making contributions to, and competing in the tech industry. Most just need the exposure to careers in tech, educational and training resources and also the opportunity to Read more…

Expert SIS16 Insights on Including Blacks in Technology

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The 2016 Social Innovation Summit (SIS16) took place in Washington, DC and represented a global convening of the world’s leading luminaries to discuss ideas at the nexus of technology and social change. The summit was starting in about 25 minutes. Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #97 w/ Melissa James – Founder and CEO of The Tech Connection

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by Melissa James, President and CEO of The Tech Connection, which is a premier marketplace for purpose driven, diverse technical talent. Their mission is to help people reach their Read more…

Blacks In Technology partners with USENIX

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Blacks In Technology continues to seek out strategic partnerships that will help the members of our community become world class technology professionals. In doing so we are proud to announce that we have partnered with another great technology organization, USENIX Read more…

BIT is an official community sponsor for DevOpsDays Minneapolis

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Blacks In Technology is proud to announce that we are an official community sponsor for DevOpsDays Minneapolis taking place on July 20-21, 2016 at the Downtown Minneapolis Hilton. BIT is always happy to lend our community support to the DevOpsDays movement Read more…

BIT Startup Of The Week: BeautyLynk “Bringing the Salon to you”

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Salons and barbershops have always been plagued with scheduling woes and the customers always seem to be on the losing end of that battle. Then there is the issue of waiting even longer when you get to your appointment. Thirty minute to Read more…

TechUP Cleveland Inclusion Summit & Career Fair

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Cleveland’s leaders in inclusive tech are gathering for a summit and showcase featuring important discussions, local technology, and real talk about the value of diversity, equity and inclusion. TechUP is an organization that intentionally connects skilled tech professionals from underrepresented Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #96 w/ Kory Campbell “Inspired to Code – From HBCU Grad to Full Stack Developer”

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by our guest Kory Campbell, an HBCU graduate with a degree in Quantitative Analysis, about his journey from being an HBCU graduate to participant in the General Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: Intellifunda

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We’ve all heard that everyone learns differently. To some the learning process is an arduous and difficult one. Some say they learn better by doing, while others seem to pick things up just by talking about it. Whatever your learning Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: ShearShare

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Tye and Courtney Caldwell are tech visionaries whose goal is to disrupt the $265 billion beauty industry. Together, they are American businessmen, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs whose aim is to help beauty professionals build efficient, passion-filled businesses. Q: Who Founded your Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #95 w/ Marlin Page – founder of Sisters Code

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are broadcasting LIVE from Self.Conference and speaking with Marlin Page, founder of Sisters Code. About our guest: Marlin Page is a technology strategist, speaker, media contributor and founder of Sisters Code, a national Read more…

“Smartform” startup company Wyzerr announces $1.5M in seed funding

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As of February 2016, only 11 VC investments over $1 M were raised by a woman of color. As of last week, you can add Natasia Malaihollo, Covington-based CEO and co-founder of customer feedback solution Wyzerr, to that list. Wyzerr, who works Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: DOSS – “Disrupting the real estate industry with Artificial Intelligence”

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Searching for a place to live is a very intimidating and exhaustive experience but millions of people suffer through it every year. The process is tedious. Searching through hundreds of online listings for the right look and searching even more listings Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #94 “QA Engineering at Sesame Street” with Onyi Nwosu

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by Onyi Nwosu, Director of QA Engineering at Sesame Workshop. We discuss Onyi’s background in engineering, her QA career, her volunteer efforts at Blacks Girls Code New York and her Read more…

GOOGLE ANNOUNCES $250,000 IN GRANTS IN RESPONSE TO FLINT, MI. WATER CRISIS

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(May 3, 2016, Flint, MI) Access to clean drinking water is a concern all over the world, but in the United States it’s often a foregone conclusion. That is not the case recently for the residents of Flint, Michigan, many Read more…

The Tech Life….Getting Hired ep. 1 w/ Michael Dorsey of Amazon

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On our very first episode of the Blacks In Technology presents The Tech Life…Getting Hired, we are joined by Mike Dorsey, Software developer at Amazon. In this episode we discuss interview strategies, resume tips and advice for getting hired as Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: OjaExpress – “Expanding access to ethnic groceries”

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Q: Who founded your company?  A: Boyede Sobitan is the CEO/Co-founder and Fola Dada is the CTO/Co-founder of OjaExpress. Q: Give us a brief summary of your background in tech.  A: Boyede Sobitan: I am a registered Nurse with a Read more…

Blacks In Technology presents…The Tech Life

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Blacks in Technology is pleased to announce The Tech Life — a continuing Google Hangout web series that discusses the behind the scenes life of PoC in tech. Why “The Tech Life” For the past several years we’ve heard our Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: NuuED – “Using tech to determine your learning personality”

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Q: Who are the founders of your company and give us a brief summary of each their backgrounds in tech. Derrick O’Neal Derrick has over 20 years of experience in sales across various markets and mentoring youth. NuuED was developed from his Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #93 w/ Darell Austin Co-Founder and CMO of Bluurp

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast  we are joined by Darell Austin, Co-Founder and CMO of Bluurp, a social networking platform that allows you to share media and send messages to other networks for free. Darell Austin, Jr Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: Vet’s Who Code – “Training Troops for a career in Tech”

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Q: Who Founded your company? A: Myself and Alexis (Lex) Brown II are the original co-founders of FRAGO. Lex will eventually lead the Atlanta squad, once we are able to expand our operations there. Q: Give us a brief summary Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #92 w/ Tameika Reed and Dionne Parler “Women in Linux”

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are  joined by Tameika Reed (CEO) and Dionne Parler (COO) of the Women In Linux organization. Tameika Reed – Founder & CEO Founded Women In Linux out of frustration that there Read more…

Blacks In Technology partners with The Linux Foundation to increase diversity in tech and Stomp the Divide!

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The mission Blacks In Technology has always sought to provide our members with the type of resources that will assist them in becoming world class experts in the technology industry. In the past we have partnered with organizations such as Read more…

BIT partners with Clojure/West 2016

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Blacks In Technology has once again partnered with the folks from Clojure/West for their annual Clojure conference. This year the conference will be taking place April 15-16 in Seattle Washington. BIT is offering FREE passes: This partnership has allowed BIT to offer Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #91 w/ Annyce Davis “Crushing Code at the Washington Post”

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by Annyce Davis, Android Developer, Speaker and published author. About our guest: Annyce is an Android Google Developer Expert. She has spent the past 5 years developing applications for Read more…

We Found the Leak In Your Pipeline

By Hadiyah Mujhid 1 Comment

A look at 2014 undergraduate computer science degrees awarded by institutions may reveal why blacks are underrepresented at tech companies. Each year the National Center For Education Statistics (NCES) releases data on colleges and universities located in the United States. Data Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: RetraceHealth – “Affordable, Convenient and Personal Primary Care”

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Just about everyone has experienced visiting the doctors office for an ailment only to be sent home with nothing but advice on treatment. In the end you wind up wasting a lot of time and a lot of money. RetraceHealth hopes Read more…

Blacks In Technology T-shirts are now available for sale!

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Recently Blacks In Technology unveiled our new logo. Because of the positive feedback we have been receiving we decided to slap the logo on a t-shirt and make them available to our community. Both men’s and women’s shirts are available. If Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: Purchase Black – Positive community impact through supporting black owned businesses

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Q. Who Founded your company?  A. Brian AM Williams is the founder of PurchaseBlack.com Q. Give us a brief summary of your background in tech. A. I am an engineer graduate that attended the Purdue University Engineering Honors program.  I Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #90 “Conquering Engineering and Space” w/ Camille Eddy

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast our guest is Camille Eddy, Mechanical Engineer student at Boise State University. About the guest: Camille Eddy is a Mechanical Engineering student at Boise State University and an intern at Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: Venue Center – “Making it easy for you to find event space”

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Whether it’s a deal on airfare, car rentals, hotel stays,  or bed and breakfasts, one thing is for certain, people love deals and what they love even more, is being able to find deals easily. Expedia, Priceline, Airbnb, and many Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #89 w/ Natasia Mailahollo CEO and Co-Founder of Wyzerr

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast, we will be speaking with the CEO and Co-Founder of Wyzerr, Natasia Mailahollo. This is Natasias second startup venture and we will explore how she went from law student to Read more…

BIT Startup of the Week: vThreat – Security as a Service

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Let’s face it, security is a big deal and companies are faced with the daunting task of making sure that data is protected, information is kept private and their apps are secure. All this while trying to keep a very Read more…

BIT Startup Of The Week: Upsie – Looking To Disrupt the Retail Warranty industry

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Q. Who Founded your company?: A. Clarence Bethea Q. Give us a brief summary of your background in tech: A. I’ve assisted or help found multiple start ups in different industries. Im originally from Atlanta, Ga and love building things from scratch.  Read more…

Moody invites you to attend their Diversity Open House

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One of Moody’s key strategic business imperatives is to increase the diversity of its workforce at all levels which supports their continuing commitment to make Moody’s a diverse and inclusive workplace. As part of Moody’s commitment, they are pleased to invite you to a Read more…

Blacks In Technology partners w/ the Bay area Black Professionals Network for “Black Excellence and Achievement” event

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Join Blacks In Technology® (BIT) and the Bay Area Black Professionals Network for the “Celebrating Black Excellence and Achievement” event happening Feb 18th 6pm – 8pm PT at the Infusion Lounge in San Francisco, CA. Blacks In Technology with the Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #88 “Technically, An Apprentice: How Reebok and Adidas Fill Their Talent Pool” w/ Nia Allen-Lee

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast our guest is Nia Allen-Lee, marketing and corporate social apprentice for Reebok. The apprentice program is a rigorous and competitive year long program with the goal of helping recent grads get into Reebok Read more…

#BITTechTalk podcast ep. #87 “Changing Lives Through Careers In Tech” w/ Chrystal Banks

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast our guest on the show is Chrystal Banks. Chrystal is a Per Scholas graduate and aspiring web developer. We sit down with her to discuss how a career in technology changed Read more…

Twin Cities Blacks In Technology Software and Tech Meetup

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The Blacks In Technology MSP was started to share our experiences and support each other in our professional growth and development. Our events will range from social to educational.  Anyone is welcome to participate. We hope you can come out and Read more…

BIT partners with Elastic – sends 3 members to Elastic[ON] conference

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Continuing with our CBC2020 Tech Initiative to send 150 members to tech conferences, Blacks In Technology has partnered with Elastic (formerly Elasticsearch) for their annual conference, Elastic[ON].  This partnership will allow Blacks In Technology to sponsor tickets for three members of Read more…

#BITTechTalk podcast ep. #86 “Failure and Rejection” w/ Curtiss Pope

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast our guest is software engineer and entrepreneur Curtiss Pope. We talk to Curtiss about “Failure and Rejection” According to Magazines,books,blogs and even autobigraphies ;failure is such an integral part of success in business. SO Read more…

6 Steps To Landing a Google Internship and Turning It Into An Offer

By Rachel Harsley 0 Comments

A few weeks ago I signed a full time offer to begin my career as a Software Engineer at Google. I’ll begin once I graduate next fall. As I signed the virtual document, I reflected on what had been my Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #85 Changing lives through careers in tech (Step It Up America)

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast Greg sits down with several women from the Step It Up America program, and speaks with them how their lives have changed by entering the tech industry. We’ll be joined Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #84 w/ Jenifer Daniels – CEO and Co-Founder of Colorstock

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we sat down and spoke with Jenifer Daniels of Colorstock. Colorstock is a stock photo destination filling the growing need for authentic depictions of people of color. The company offers images of Black, Asian, Read more…

Congressional Black Caucus to announce new initiatives to increase tech diversity

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CBC Chairman G. K. Butterfield and Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Co-Chairs of the CBC Diversity Task Force, Convene Leading African American Organizations to Announce New Initiatives to Increase Tech Diversity WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Thursday, December 3rd at 10:00 a.m. EST Read more…

The Black Googler Network Presents: Transforming Technology Mixer

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Google engineers do it all–from developing technologies that make the world’s information more accessible and useful to operating the most efficient data centers in the world. Ever wondered what being a Google engineer is really like? Come find out! We Read more…

Social Justice Takes a Stand at Seattle University’s Social Justice Hackathon

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Seattle, Washington, Nov. 6-7, 2015 – Seattle University School of Law will host its first “Social Justice Hackathon.” Law students, lawyers, and developers will collaborate to create technology-based solutions aimed at increasing access for those in need of legal services. This event is Read more…

“Driving Innovation” Twitter chat with Black Enterprise

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Blacks In Technology founder, Greg Greenlee will participate in Black Enterprise’s “Driving Innovation” Twitter chat this Friday November 6th at 12pm EST. To participate use the hashtag #DrivingInnovation! Hope to see you there!

Making the most out of my Dreamforce 2015 experience

By Toya Gatewood 0 Comments

I am a certified Salesforce.com administrator and 2015 marked my 3rd time attending Dreamforce. As always, it was packed with tons of keynotes, breakout sessions, hands on training, parties and networking events – all of that in addition to the Read more…