Career Development

How I got Hired as a Developer at World Wrestling Entertainment

By Lewis Dickerson 2 Comments

Lewis Dickerson describes the path that led him to a role as a web developer for World Wrestling Entertainment. Continue reading

My desk at the WWE March 2014

Tech Playground: How Americans Will Keep Getting Smarter

By Ayori S. 1 Comment

It’s more important than ever that we attract and engage all ages of people into technology. Unfortunately the path to tech hasn’t been well paved for most (white Americans males included). Continue reading

Why You Should Consider a Salesforce Career

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The demand for Salesforce developers is growing. Here’s some information on why you might want to consider a career in Salesforce. Continue reading

Toya Gatewood at Dreamforce 2016

Blacks In Technology presents: The Tech Life…Getting Hired – Outreachy Internships Pay Underrepresented Groups to Work in Open Source Software w/ guest Tony Sebro

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Blacks In Technology presents a special Google Hangouts On Air event, as we sit down and talk with Tony Sebro (general counsel at the Software Freedom Conservancy) about Outreachy, an initiative that helps people from underrepresented groups get involved in Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) as well as offer paid full time internships opportunities. Continue reading

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…

Railsbridge Hosting FREE Ruby On Rails workshops for PoC

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 RailsBridge , an organization that is focused on teaching others to code, is holding a new series of workshops for black, brown and people of color. The workshops are entirely free, and take place on Friday evening and Saturday at 123 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…

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…

******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…

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…

BIT Giving Away Complimentary Tickets to USENIX Security Symposium

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BIT is proud to announce that we are official media sponsors for the USENIX Security Symposium bing held August 10-12 in Austin, TX.! Because of our partnership with USENIX, BIT will be selecting 2 members of the community to receive complimentary 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…

#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 Cfficial 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…

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…

Twin Cities Blacks in Technology to Host Event Focused on Disrupting Inequities in Minnesota

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Next weekend, June 4 and 5, Twin Cities Blacks in Technology will host Code Switch: Disrupting Inequity, a civic hackathon focused on generating ideas and solutions to the gaps and inequities that affect Minnesotans. Code Switch will connect community members 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…

#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…

#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…

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…

#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…

#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…

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…

Blacks In Technology meetup at PuppetConf 2015

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PuppetConf 2015 is just around the corner and thanks to our partnership with PuppetLabs, Blacks In Technology will be hosting a BIT meetup on Wednesday Oct. 7th 6:30pm PT at Exhibit Hall A. We hope that you can make it Read more…

Opportunity to attend Clojure/Conj in Philly

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BIT community, here is a chance for you to attend Clojure/Conj. The organizers of Clojure/Conj are once again providing opportunity grants to underrepresented groups in technology (including but not limited to African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, persons with disabilities and women Read more…

Black Founders launches entrepreneur mentoring program – FoundersxMentors

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Black Founders has announced their newest program, FOUNDERSxMENTORS — a one-on-one mentor program for startup entrepreneurs. A select number of high-potential entrepreneurs will be paired with an experienced entrepreneur mentor. You’ll meet at least once a month and get the Read more…

Things I learned about Sitecore 8 at Houstons first Sitecore meetup group

By Aqueelah Grant 2 Comments

On March 11, 2015, during a visit to Texas, I had the opportunity to attend a “Introduction to Sitecore 8” meetup. Prior to attending this event, the first time I had been introduced to Sitecore was in 2013 while working Read more…

Walking the Tightrope Across the Opportunity Divide

By Dominique Jones 1 Comment

I had been in and out of college for three or four years when my mother brought home a flyer for some technology program. In so many words, she told me, “You’re going to do this. I signed you up.” Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #74 w/ Computer Scientist Dr. Nicki Washington

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast Greg is joined by Dr. Nicki Washington, Computer Scientist and Associate Professor in the Department of Systems and Computer Science at Howard University. Dr. Nicki Washington was the 2000 valedictorian of Johnson C. Read more…

SANS is looking for cybersecurity talent with SANS CyberTalent Fair

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All interested professionals, jobseekers, and students – take a minute and check out the SANS CyberTalent Fair (SCTF), a virtualcareer fair hosted by the SANS Institute that will allow you to directly connect with employers about cybersecurity job opportunities in an online setting two Read more…

#BITTechTalk ep. #68 with Sian Morson CEO of Kollective Mobile

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(Because of previous technical issues this podcast was rescheduled from Jan 22nd) On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast we welcome back our good friend, author, founder, speaker and digital strategy expert, Sian Morson. Sian is the CEO/Founder Read more…

A War, a Manifesto, Respect, Courage and some barking: Scrum just got real Part 2

By Aqueelah Grant 8 Comments

On February 25-26, 2015, I took a two-day ScrumMaster class with Instructor Peter Borsella of Winnow Management. On March 1, 2015, I passed my ScrumMaster exam and I am now a Certified ScrumMaster. I must first start off by telling Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #72 w/ Yolanda Conyers – Diversity, the Lenovo Way

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast Greg is joined by guest Yolanda Conyers, Vice President, Worldwide Functions and Human Resources ,Chief Diversity Officer at Lenovo, Author and Speaker. About our guest: Yolanda  is  vice  president  of  worldwide  functions HR Read more…

#BITTechTalk podcast ep. #71 w/ Dr. Danielle Paige Smith “UI/UX – making tech usable”

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In this episode of the #BITTechTalk podcast we are joined by UI/UX (User interface/User eXperience)  expert, Dr. Danielle Paige Smith.  Check it out as we discuss UI/UX as a career in technology and the research that goes on in the field. Read more…

BIT partners with Self.conference to help tackle diversity in tech!

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Blacks In Technology focuses on increasing diversity in technology as well as establishing a blueprint of world class technical excellence and innovation by providing great resources to the community. In the past year we have partnered with organizations such as O’Reilly Read more…

How Miami is promoting tech innovation and diversity with Black Tech Week

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Q: What is Black Tech Week? A: Black Tech Week features a week-long series of events aimed at promoting tech innovation during Black History Month. Black tech innovators, entrepreneurs, and investors will converge in Miami for the inaugural Black Tech Week from Read more…

Verizon Shows The Potential Of Us with Blacks In Technology Founder Greg Greenlee

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In celebration of Black History month, Verizon Wireless has kicked off its “Potential Of Us” initiative highlighting the accomplishments of diverse technology trailblazers from around the country. Verizon does a fantastic job in recognizing the crowning achievements of the Bronx Academy Read more…

How to show your worth during your QA interview

By Aqueelah Grant 1 Comment

Even if you are the most intelligent and qualified person, if you are not prepared for your interview you can lose the opportunity. I think I speak for most people when I say interviewing has always made me want to Read more…

MIT celebrates MLK day by hosting AMA on Reddit with Computer Scientist James Mickens

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Yesterday MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) celebrated MLK Day by holding a special Q&A session on Reddit with James Mickens, a computer scientist at Microsoft Research and Visiting Professor who is at MIT as part of the Read more…

#BITTechTalk podcast ep. #66 “Dev bootcamps”

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology #BITTechTalk podcast as we discuss Dev bootcamps. What are they? Are they worth the money? These are some of the questions we’ll answer  as we speak with our guest, Krista Williams,  a dev Read more…

Career Advice for Entry-Level Software Testers

By Aqueelah Grant 6 Comments

One of my college buddies  reached out and asked if I could give his younger sister career advice as she is a newbie to the software testing industry. Here’s the advice I gave her….. Distance yourself from negative people: One of Read more…

iUrbanTeen at University of Washington – Bothell (volunteers needed)

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Join iUrbanTeen for a day of interactive workshops and discussion at the University of Washington – Bothell. iUrban Teen is a nationally recognized program focused on bringing STEM+Arts education to male youth of color ages 13 to 18. Through interactive Read more…

Tech conferences…where are we?

By Greg Greenlee 9 Comments

I love tech conferences. The knowledge to be gained from attending talks, the schwag you receive from technology vendors trying to push their latest and greatest product, the incredible networking with other professionals in the tech space,  and most importantly Read more…

Dev Bootcamp: Fall Info Session and Tour

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Hosted by Dev Bootcamp Monday, November 3, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EST) Chicago, IL Interested in learning how to code? Thinking about switching careers and becoming a software developer? Dev Bootcamp is a 19-week intensive program for Read more…

The KNOW’S for beginners in Software Training

By Aqueelah Grant 1 Comment

Your Guide to being a beginner and still helping others KNOW your Stuff – It’s important to ensure that you, are the subject matter expert. Take a deep dive into the software you are training others on, prior to your Read more…

Automate all the things – PuppetConf 2014

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PuppetConf , an annual technology conference organized by Puppet Labs, is billed as “The IT Automation Event Of  The Year”. Noted IT Automation and DevOps gurus from around the world will come together to talk about, demonstrate and teach conference attendees Read more…

Road to DreamForce 2014 “Women In Tech” panel

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Blacks In Technology’s very own Ayori Selassie will appear on a dreamforce panel “Road to dreamforce 2014″ today at 11am PDT to discuss “Women In Tech” Watch it here:  http://salesforcedemo.vidyard.com/watch/Qg49waBI5F_oZlfO6W2nzg About dreamforce:  dreamforce is four high-energy days of innovation, fun, Read more…

Founders Hour Is Back

By Jewell Sparks 2 Comments

On July 30, 2014, Blacks in Technology in collaboration with BiTHouse will kickoff “Founders Hour,” for a period of 6 months.  During this time, we will tell the stories of Founders who are impacting the lives of others and the Read more…

Save 20% on OSCON

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Blacks In Technology is happy to announce that we have once again teamed up with O’Reilly media to offer our community a chance to attend one of the biggest and baddest Open Source conferences on the planet, OSCON. OSCON is where developers, Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #57 with guest Leah McGowen-Hare

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ayori speak with Master Technical Trainer at Salesforce  Leah McGowen-Hare. Listen as we talk about diversity in tech, demistifying technology, staying relevant in tech and Soul Train lines at Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #56 with guest Charles Nwatu

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ayori sit down with Information Security expert, Charles Nwatu. Listen in as we talk about Charles’ participation as a volunteer in Blacks Girls Code “Respect and Love” Hackathon in Read more…

Stomping The Divide – Velocity Conference 2014

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Blacks In Technology has once again teamed up with O’Reilly Media in order to “Stomp the Divide” and bring valuable resources to our community. This time we are turning our attention to Web Operations. Developers, Sys Admins/Engineers, CTO’s etc everywhere Read more…

NBITLO – Urban Tech Weekend Conference

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Who is NBITLO? NBITLO  (National Black Information Technology Leadership Organization) is an organization focused on “bridging” the digital divide and diversifying the STEM pipeline by providing Black IT professionals with the necessary resources to succeed in their technology careers. Founded Read more…

Blacks in Technology “Stomps the Divide” with GLAZEDcon 2014

By Jewell Sparks 1 Comment

BiT and BiTHouse have joined forces with GLAZEDcon 2014 to “Stomp the Divide” and “Minimize Barriers to Entry” for Blacks in Technology. Join us at #GlazedCon by ‪WearableWorld on June 3-4 in San Franciso at the Regency Center and receive Read more…

Strangeloop – A Developers Conference

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Want to know what tools you are going to be using in a few years? Strange Loop is a conference where you can find out. Created in 2009 by software developer Alex Miller, it aims to be a conference for Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #54 with guest Nigel Kersten

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ayori are joined by CIO/VP of Operations at Puppet Labs, Nigel Kersten. Listen as we talk about the Puppet configuration management tool, diversity and hiring practices in technology, DevOps Read more…

Attend MongoDB World Conference 2015 – receive 50% off price

By Blacks In Tech 1 Comment

BIT Community – you’re invited to the largest gathering of MongoDB professionals ever.  MongoDB World, June 23-25 in New York, brings together developers, administrators, business leaders who are creating innovative applications running on MongoDB. Hang out with the founders of Read more…

Help Blacks in Tech Fund Startups: Get VUE with Brian Clark

By Ayori S. 0 Comments

People ask me all the time “Who are the African Americans in technology? What can we do to help them?” I want to highlight one today who is on the grind every day about his business and deserving of our support. As Read more…

Help Blacks in Tech Fund Startups

O’Reilly Media partners with Blacks In Technology

By Greg Greenlee 1 Comment

Blacks In Technology strives to provide resources to our community in order to enhance the skill sets of technologists maintaining and building platforms for both present and future utilization Our mission is to provide resources to those of the African Read more…

50 Marks the Spot: Podcast “Founders Hour” Founders Come Together to Discuss the WILL of Entrepreneurship

By Jewell Sparks 0 Comments

Tonight we will conduct our 50th podcast.  Thank you to those who have supported us and chimed in to get us where we are today.  Our topic tonight is a very important one.  We will have an opportunity to hear Read more…

The Road to 50: Podcast: African Americans on the role of Higher Education in Innovation

By Ayori S. 0 Comments

How many times in your life have you heard someone say “go to college so you can get a good job”? Sadly I’ve heard this statement so many times I can’t even count it. I’ve heard it said by educators, Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #48 “Our Youth In Tech”

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ayori speak with Rebecca and Maya, two young African American females who code and create. Listen:

The Road to 50: African American Parents Share Tips, “How to Raise a Coder”

By Ayori S. 0 Comments

Many parents support their children in team sports and some hope their child might be the next Michael Jordan, LeBron James, or Kobe Bryant, but the truth is few will make it to the million dollar ranks in sports, and Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #45 with guest Joshua Hoskins

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ayori welcome Joshua Hoskins to the podcast to talk about his journey to becoming a salesforce.com consulting MVP. Joshua shares valuable tips on driving your career, taking risks, starting Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #44 Emerging Leaders Tech Women pt.1

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In the first part of this two part Blacks In Technology podcast Greg Greenlee and Ayori Selassie are joined by recent participants of the Tech Women Emerging Leaders program, Emma Marie Ndoringoma of Rwanda, and Nathalie Tekam of Camaroon, for a very inspiring and Read more…

Silicon Valley: Growing the Network

By Ayori S. 0 Comments

The conversation around diversity is so broken right now it often doesn’t even sound like it’s about people. It comes off like a conversation for policy, regulation, and it sounds like a pill. Diversity isn’t just race and gender and Read more…

#BITTechTalk podcast episode 43 w/ Anjuan Simmons

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee and Ayori Selassie lead a spirited discussion with our guest, newly published author and technology translator Anjuan Simmons. We discuss Anjuan’s new book “Minority Tech…Journaling Through Blackness and Technology”. The Read more…

Why UX is the Coolest Profession in Tech

By Danielle Smith 5 Comments

At last year’s SXSW BiT House, I was struck by the lack of talk about non-computer science careers in technology. Therefore, this article is meant to be an introduction to User Experience (UX) Research and Design as a profession. Like Read more…

DerbyCon – “All In The Family”

By Greg Greenlee 2 Comments

A couple of weekends ago I attended a conference called DerbyCon. DerbyCon is an Information Security conference held in Louisville, KY and features security talks, workshops, training and of course,  vendor schwag galore. This year is DerbyCon 3.0, meaning this Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #42 (Xavier Williams)

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast Sr. Vice President at AT&T Xavier Williams joins Greg and Ayori for a discussion around career progression, mentors, sponsors, The Internet of Things, and pushing those with influence and power to engage in solutions around tech inclusion. Read more…

Google Site Reliability Engineering: Reasoning About Systems

By Ayori S. 1 Comment

Google seems like a great place to work. I say this after being invited to participate in a Site Reliability Engineering workshop hosted at their Mountain View headquarters a while back and I have to say, I learned a lil Read more…

Entrepreneurs Gain Visibility at TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon

By Ayori S. 0 Comments

The anticipation is electric for the anxious entrepreneurs wondering around the Concourse Exhibition Center in San Francisco where one of the most anticipated Hackathon events of the year is being hosted by TechCrunch at Disrupt SF 2013. The powerpoint decks Read more…

Do you have the right package for the job?

By Eric Logan 0 Comments

During one of my weekly trips to one of the many Best Buy stores in the Atlanta area, I was approached by a young man who noticed that I was wearing a Georgia Tech polo shirt. He asked if I Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #41 (Talk about Google SRE)

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In this Blacks In Technology podcast episode, Greg introduces and welcomes Ayori Selassie as the new co-host to the BIT podcasts as well as a new member of the BIT organization. Ayori discusses with Greg, her recent experience in attending Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #40 with guest Keith Townsend

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down with  Keith Townsend, founder of the virtualizedgeek.com virtualization and cloud computing blog. Keith is an expert in virtualization and cloud technology and we talk about SDN (Software Defined Networks), network Read more…

The Deep End of the Pool – Staying Afloat as a Consultant

By Aqueelah Grant 7 Comments

I recently left my full time job to try my hand at consulting. Giving notice to leave my full time job for consulting work reminded me of the first time I had ever jumped into “the deep end of the Read more…

BIT Tech Digest Technology Trailblazers – Henry McKelvey (Engineer, Inventor, Educator)

By Greg Greenlee 6 Comments

1. Tell us about your technology background? I started my Electronics career when I was 9 years old. I was messing around with my dad’s TV and ended up taking it apart. Well when he got home I saw what Read more…

Are You Willing To Pay The Price For A Career In IT?

By Eric Logan 4 Comments

Originally posted on www.soulofageek.com During a past class session, a student asked me if there was an easier way to get into the I.T. field because there was just too much reading involved and he didn’t have time to do Read more…

Minimalistic Testing

By Watson 2 Comments

The problem with TDD is in the real world you often have to work with people who refuse to do it.  In my experience with rules of thumb/policies/best practices everything comes down to my ability to sell the technique/technology/belief system. Read more…

Top Three Components of Bad Managers

By Watson 2 Comments

Do you have a pet peeve so strong that you just wont put up with it?  That’s how I feel about bad managers!  I think bad managers are a product left over from the industrial age where if you were Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #38 with guest Daphne Larose

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down with Daphne Larose, a software developer out of Lexington, KY.  Daphne is the founder of the Black Female Coders website a site that serves as an outlet for other black Read more…

Are professional certifications worth it to an entrepreneur?

By Charles Tendell 3 Comments

As a serial entrepreneur and a relatively successful one at that I’ve had the opportunity to do what many in my industry only dream of. As a consultant I spend a lot of time engaging clients and advising them on Read more…

Culture that Inspires DIY Mentality Builds Tech Stars

By Ayori S. 1 Comment

The first time I heard the quote “Culture eats strategy for breakfast” I got a geek rush. My brain immediately went flipping through every failure I’d seen where the strategy was perfect, but failure ensued anyway. I thought even more Read more…

Make Sure Your Tech DNA Isn’t All You Have To Offer In A Tech Environment

By Aqueelah Grant 2 Comments

No matter what company you work for there will always be a few things that are considered not QA worthy. Mainly by people who are NOT in QA. One of our new product managers who is full of process improvement Read more…

You’ve heard of the “Soccer Mom”, Well I’m the “Tech Aunt”

By Aqueelah Grant 2 Comments

When I first found out my sister was going to be a Mom I already had it in my mind that my nephew was going to be a Techie! When I held him in the hospital I kept saying to Read more…

Are You Proactive?

By Eric Logan 1 Comment

Originally posted on www.soulofageek.com I hear the phrase, “we have to be more proactive” being thrown around at lot these days, but what does it really mean? My very basic definition of being proactive is being in preventative maintenance mode Read more…

Hiring Managers: BREAK YOUR FREAKING PARADIGM!!!

By Donte' Ormsby 2 Comments

On any given day I received anywhere between 4 to 8 emails and 2 or 3 phone calls, all related to the same topic: recruiters looking for viable candidates to fill positions. The problem many of these recruiters encounter is Read more…

Is VMware helping to Widen the Digital Divide?

By Keith Townsend 5 Comments

Originally posted on VirtualGeek.com Back in the mid 90’s I had a job where I gradually worked my way up from cleaning rooms at a major hotel chain to taking reservations.  I made a commanding $20,000 a year.  However, I Read more…

Soft Skills for Software Engineers (and other techies)

By Ayori S. 1 Comment

Anyone can learn to code, but being a successful engineer requires more than mastering the language of machines, you must also be fluent in human needs. I’m talking about soft skills and emotional intelligence. The first thing I learned when Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #37 with guest Charles Tendell

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee sits down and speaks with Cyber security  expert Charles Tendell. Charles has several industry security certifications including the CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker), CHFI (Certified Hacking Forensics Investigation), and the Read more…

Setting Up an A+ Certification Prep Home Computer Lab

By Eric Logan 2 Comments

Originally posted on soulofageek.com One question I am constantly asked by students and other aspiring I.T. professionals preparing for the A+ exams is “how do I get experience working on computers?” The best way to get experience and the method I used is Read more…

A Cautionary Tale in Changing Industries

By Keith Townsend 0 Comments

A little over 3 years ago I learned a very valuable lesson in considering moving from one industry to another in my IT career.  I took a job during the height of the tightness in the job market that might Read more…

BIT Tech Digest Technology Trailblazers – Samara Lynn

By Greg Greenlee 1 Comment

The BIT Tech Digest is all about giving visibility to Black men and women in the technology industry. The Blacks In Technology community has given me the opportunity to meet some extraordinary people whom I consider technology trailblazers. One of Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #36 with guest Christopher Walker

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee sits down with software developer and serial entrepreneur Christopher Walker. We discuss the state of Blacks In Technology as well as Chris’ latest business ventures: SalonsOpen.com and Reserve.me, booking platforms that focus on Read more…

Tunneling….it’s not just for rats

By Henry McKelvey 4 Comments

The information in this blog is about the use of tunneling as a tool for privacy. It is not meant to provide a way to bypass security. However, this is a way of allowing a person to offer access via a safe and some what acceptable way because direct access to the company’s assets would have been prevented. The Banner picture is a network I designed using the information I conveyed in this blog to allow remote testers to access a test environment and then send the code and test results to me at my company’s web site. This was done to provide 24/7 testing remotely. It worked great and I even got a promotion because of the concept. Continue reading

Tunneling is not just for rats

Top 10 Reasons to be a Technical Consultant as a Minority

By Watson 2 Comments

Alan Weiss describes a consultant as “anyone that improves a client’s condition”.  If you are directing someone on how to solve a problem, then you are consulting.  Consulting includes a wide spectrum of activities.   On one side of the spectrum Read more…

I am a Paper Towel

By Brian Lipscomb 1 Comment

We use paper towels every day. Cleaning up spills, wiping down a dusty work area, cleaning a mirror. Towels are very versatile, and it’s easy to find yourself grabbing for one all the time. Checking the oil level on the Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #35 with guest Jaymes Davis

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down and talks with Jaymes Davis. Jaymes is the Director of Cloud and Virtualization Strategies at Entisys. We discuss Jaymes latest article “How the Cloud Can Reduce Technical Debt”.  Jaymes is Read more…

IT Manifesto

By Ayori S. 6 Comments

Have you ever worked with someone who happens to be the legendary name that is the author of the only useful document(s) that get handed to every new tech person in the company? I’m talking about the kind of reference Read more…

Triple D: Domain Driven Design

By Cleavon J. Blair 0 Comments

There are soooo many software programming books out there nowadays, and a lot of them are really worthless as they teach you things that aren’t relevant or things that are dangerous in a real world enterprise setting. Most of us who have Read more…

Five Tips for Becoming A Software Developer

By Kai Dupe 20 Comments

1.  Determine what kind of programming you are interested in: When I first became a software developer there were only two types of programming jobs to choose from.  You either had to write code for a mainframe computer or what Read more…

“Computer Love”….Digital Love is a Beautiful Love (Turning Consumers into Digital Innovators)

By Aqueelah Grant 4 Comments

It was somewhat like “last call” at a club when you’re the last one on the dance floor, folks are cleaning up around you and you’re the only one on the dance floor because your song is still on! Only Read more…

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“Nobody puts BABY in the corner”… Creating a Basic HTML5 Player.

By Aqueelah Grant 0 Comments

One of my favorite quotes from a movie was in “Dirty Dancing” when Patrick Swayze came over to the table and said to Jennifer Grey’s family a.ka. Baby, “Nobody puts BABY in the corner”. I’ve always felt like that was Read more…

Who Have You Helped Lately?

By Eric Logan 0 Comments

As we begin a new year with new possibilities and opportunities in the wondrous world of I.T., think back for a moment to remember who you helped last year.  I’m not talking about helping someone with a computer problem. I Read more…

Why I Use Twitter and Why You Should Too

By Ricardo Wilkins 2 Comments

{originally posted at RixBits.com in May 2011} There’s an online techie forum I subscribe to, in which a conversation got started regarding Twitter.  They were discussing the relevance of Twitter versus ‘more popular’ services like Facebook.  I got a slight suspicion that maybe they Read more…

8 Steps to becoming an I.T. Professional

By Greg Greenlee 5 Comments

As an I.T. professional with over 12 years of experience in the field, I sometimes get asked the question, “How’d YOU get started in I.T?”  I figured that the answers that I give could become a good article on breaking into the Read more…

Making Choices…Where do YOU fit into Technology? (Part 3)

By Henry McKelvey 0 Comments

Welcome to part three of our series of four blogs on the development of a plan to succeed in developing a strong core for the learning of technology. The reason for this series is to provide the new technology learner with the knowledge of the technology as well as the ethos and etiology of the technological world. Therefore enjoy this week’s series and know that there is a method to all of this… Continue reading

The Value Of A College Education In Technology

By Keith Townsend 1 Comment

I had an interesting conversation with a colleague about the value of a college degree within the IT workforce.  He has achieved an impressive level of success in his career without a degree.  I can relate.  I entered into the Read more…

Hacks on hacks on hacks….Black Girls Hack 2012

By Greg Greenlee 1 Comment

What do you get when you add two aspiring black entrepreneurs, 4-5 weeks of spur of the moment planning, black coders, black business coaches, Atlanta, GA.  and a kick ass venue with a kick ass name? You get Black Girls Read more…

Is the A+ Certification Still Relevant?

By Eric Logan 4 Comments

There are varying opinions on the value of the A+ certification, which is managed by independent technical certification vendor CompTIA. Some feel that it’s too easy to get and doesn’t require any real experience, putting its true value in question. Read more…

Get Your 10,000 Hours In

By Cleavon J. Blair 0 Comments

The other day at lunch I was approached by a newbie software engineer I’ve known for a few months with the following question: “Mr. Blair, how does one go about becoming a better, more efficient software engineer?” I had the Read more…

Making Choices…Where do YOU fit into Technology? (Part 2)

By Henry McKelvey 0 Comments

What makes us not want to get into the deeper areas of technology? Not just knowing how things work, but why they work. We all have holes in our knowledge, and these holes are exploitable, but they are also repairable. This opening series is on the exposure and mitigation of the things that hold us back from being true experts and masters of our craft. Continue reading

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The 3 T’s of Giving Back to the IT Community

By Ricardo Wilkins 2 Comments

As IT professionals, we spend many years developing our crafts, and investing in our careers. Along the way, we have all probably been fortunate enough to get help from many sources, including colleagues and mentors who decided to take the Read more…

Quality Assurance Professionals play Football at work: Our Position – Offensive Linemen “RIGHT TACKLE”

By Aqueelah Grant 2 Comments

I was going to start my article off with something like, “the Bases are loaded”, but then I remembered that’s a Baseball reference. I didn’t know that much about Football when I started this article but I have since been Read more…

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Everything I Know About IT Consulting I Learned from The Ghostbusters

By Ricardo Wilkins 1 Comment

Based on my original article posted at RixBits.com Being a consultant can be challenging, and although there have been many books and articles written on the subject of how to be a good consultant (or even how to be a Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #34 with guest Ayori Selassie

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down with Ayori Selassie, a San Francisco Bay Area self-taught software architect and entrepreneur. Ayori is an employee (Product manager) of salesforce.com, one of the largest cloud providers in the market and she Read more…

Developers – Does typing speed matter?

By Hadiyah Mujhid 1 Comment

Content originally posted on the Engineers Don’t Blog website. This week pairing with Tammer Saleh has been pretty cool. Its a great opportunity and I’m learning a lot. My main reasons for joining the TBL team is to ramp up my developer skills. The first feedback from Tammer, Read more…

To The Batcave Robin (Why I.T. professionals need a Batcave)

By Greg Greenlee 1 Comment

Ahhh Batman, one of my favorite super heroes of all time. I probably like Batman for the same reasons most people like Batman. He is an ordinary man with no super powers, however, he always manages to defeat his enemy Read more…

5 Steps to a Successful Career in I.T.

By Eric Logan 0 Comments

Those looking to break into the IT field often have the same initial question: Where do I start? The first steps you take as you start your IT career play a role in establishing the path you ultimately take. The Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #33 with guest Keith Townsend

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee sits down with guest Keith Townsend, founder of the virtualization/cloud blog website, VirtualizedGeek.com . Listen as we discuss Cloud Computing, virtualization, Software Defined Networks (SDN), certifications, social issues as well as his other blog GrowingUpChicago. Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #32 with guest Ronnie Hash

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down with Ronnie Hash to talk about the Cloud, CouchDB, MongoDB, Puppet configuration manager, DevOps and the latest tech conferences they may attend this year. Listen Now:

#BITTechTalk episode #31 with guest Jason Young

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down with Jason Young of the Hidden Genius Project, an organization focused on teaching software development to at risk 15-18 year old black males. Founded in Oakland CA., the Hidden Genius Project Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #30 with guest Chuks Onwuneme

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast Greg chats with Software Engineer/Entrepreneur, Chuks Onwuneme. Chuks is the Founder of the Personify website.  Chuks describes Personify as an app whose purpose is to discover the social good around you. Chuks is a native of Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode # 26 with guest Anjuan Simmons

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee talks with Information Technology consultant, speaker, and writer, Anjuan Simmons. Anjuan is a self described “Technology translator” who helps companies understand and implement enterprise software solutions. He is also an avid public speaker who Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #25 with guest Tiffani Ashley Bell

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On this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee and Ronnie Hash sit down with NewMeAccelerator Alumni and Founder/CEO of Pencilyou.In , Tiffani Ashley Bell. We talk extensively about her app PencilYou.In, ways to scale out, Puppet, Chef, cfengine and other tech goodness.  Tiffani Ashley Bell is a Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #24 with guests Cleavon Blair and Noel Ramirez of Blosme Software

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down and talks with Cleavon Blair and Noel Ramirez. “Blair”, as he likes to be called, and Noel, are software engineers who co-founded the web development and design company Blosme Software(pronounced Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #23 with guest Kimberly Bryant

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg speaks with Kimberly Bryant, Biotechnology/Engineering professional and the founder of Black Girls Code, a program that is focused on introducing girls of color between the ages of 7-14 to the field of digital technology Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #22 with guest Sian Morson

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This episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg speaks with Sian Morson, CEO/Founder of Kollective Mobile, a mobile solutions development company in Oakland, CA.About Sian Morson:Sian Morson is a digital veteran and mobile evangelist who has been working in Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #21 with guest Curtiss Pope

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee and Ronnie Hash sits down and talks with Curtiss Pope, CEO/Founder of Aislefinder, a software application that helps you to locate items in your grocery store.  We discuss some of the technology behind the Aislefinder Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #20 with guest Hadiyah Mujhid

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ronnie talk with guest, Hadiyah Mujhid.Hadiyah is a software engineer and entrepreneur. She hold an MBA in Information Systems from Drexel University as well as a BS in Computer Science from University of Maryland Eastern Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #19 with guest Kellep Charles

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee along with guest co-host Ronnie Hash, speak with IT Security consultant and guru Kellep Charles. Kellep operates and is also an IT Security consultant for SecurityOrb , an information security knowledge based website for security Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #18 with guest Thaddeus Howze

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg Greenlee talks with Thaddeus Howze a.k.a. @ebonstorm. Thaddeus has over 25 years of experience in the I.T. field. He is an expert in Business I.T. Development, digital design and educational technology. He’s worked as a network Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #17 with guest Samara Lynn

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg sits down and talks with tech guru/wifi enthusiast/comic book collector,  Samara Lynn. We cover just about everything from wifi goodness to Batgirl to being a woman in tech. Great episode. About Samara Lynn: Samara Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #15 with guest Lisette Titre

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg talks with Lisette Titre. Lead CG Artist, Lisette Titre, has been a CG Artist for over eleven years. During this time she has created content for various media including a television Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #14 with guest Kevin V. Michael

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg interviews Kevin V. Michael, Co-Founder and Managing partner at Invizio http://www.invizio.com overseeing business development, strategic partnerships and client relations for the company. Kevin is an Antiguan-born entrepreneur and corporate alumnus of Motorola and Citigroup Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #13 with guest Kai Dupe

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg speaks with Kai Dupe.  Kai is an author, software engineer, technology trainer, speaker and mentor. Kai runs the website Where are Blacks In Technology This show Greg talks with Kai about upcoming Black tech Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #11 with guest Keatron Evans

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In this weeks episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast,  Ronnie and Greg sit down with Security guru, pentester,trainer,entrepreneur and author Keatron Evans. About Keatron: Keatron is the author of the Hackers/Pen-testing book “Chained Exploits:Advanced Hacking Attacks From Start to Finish”. He has sold close Read more…

#BITTechTalk podcast episode #10 with guest Elaine Jackson

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A special MLK edition of Blacks In Technology podcast. Ronnie and Greg interview PMP certification coach/trainer/consultantElaine Jackson. Elaine is President/CEO of PMP Interactive Consulting. We discuss the PMP certification, the requirements to become PMP certified, the test itself and much more. Listen Now:

#BITTechTalk episode #7 with guest Arielle Scott pt. 2

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, we reconnect with Arielle Scott. Last week we had some technical difficulties and lost half the podcast. This week Arielle Scott returns to speak with us again. In this podcast we Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #6 with guest Arielle Scott pt. 1

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ronnie talks with Arielle Scott (http://thearielle.com).   Arielle is a very accomplished African American woman who is a self proclaimed part-time artist, part-time entrepreneur, full time bad-ass. She is Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #5

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ronnie sits down to talk about the Blacks In Technology community website, upcoming projects, how each other got started in tech, and what we feel needs to be done to help Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #4 with guest Cleavon Blair

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg and Ronnie speak with Cleavon Blair. Cleavon Blair is a technologist, entrepreneur and writer who wants to share his professional experience with you through software, articles, books, etc. We speak about turning Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #3 with guest Alfred Green

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast, Greg speaks with Alfred Green, Mechanical Engineer and FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) advocate. Greg and Alfred talks about how his journey into engineering and technology, how he was told he shouldn’t try Read more…

#BITTechTalk episode #2 with guest Kai Dupe

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In this episode of the Blacks In Technology podcast Greg Greenlee speaks with Kai Dupe.  Kai is an author, software engineer, technology trainer, speaker and mentor. Kai runs the website Where are Blacks In Technology Very inspiring interview!!! Listen Now: