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2014 Technovation Challenge

September 30, 2014
362 Ideas. 362 Mobile Apps. 362 Ways to Change the World.We just went live with a gallery of apps from the 2014 Technovation season. Every submission from this year is included--and every single one was developed to solve a problem in the team's community.See the submissions, read their descriptions, scroll through screen shots, watch demo videos, and hear each teams’ pitch here. You can also read more… READ MORE

Preparing Our Students for the Economy of 2031

September 30, 2014
Forget the recession of 2008. It's time we start planning for the economy of 2031.
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How to Actively Recruit Women to CS

September 30, 2014
Powerpoint highlighting ways to get women and girls more involved in STEM. http://www.csprinciples.org/home/resources/howtoactivelyrecruitwomentocs  READ MORE

Code Fever Miami

September 30, 2014
Code Fever is a program committed to getting our communities up to code.
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Apps for Good

September 30, 2014
Our goal is to transform the way technology is taught in schools
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SHE++

September 30, 2014
Founded in January 2012, she++ was Stanford's first conference on women in technology.
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Maine Small Business Security Summit

September 24, 2014
The MSBSS is a working conference where business owners, CEO's and their teams can share and learn from their peers, and develop actionable cyber security strategies they can apply regardless of industry or business size.
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Top 10 Ways to Engage Underrepresented Students in Computing

September 24, 2014
These tips will help you to engage students from historically underrepresented populations (females, men and women from racial/ethnic minority groups) in your computing courses.
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Payment-technology firms clustering in Portland

September 24, 2014
One of the hottest sectors in technology is seeking to change the way people pay for things.
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Girls Who Code #CantStopWontStop

September 24, 2014
Here's my interview with 18-year-old Girls Who Code alumna Roxy Banik.
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