Dawn of the New Collar Jobs

January 19, 2017

Historically, the United States workforce has fallen in to either a white collar or blue collar category. White collar work was typically considered administrative, taking place in an office setting, while blue collar careers surrounded manual labor and were heavily focused on an industrial setting. In recent years, however, a new category has emerged called new […]

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Everyday Devices With an IoT Upgrade

January 17, 2017

The CES show in Las Vegas is where you see the hottest, wildest consumer-electronics products. One of the biggest trends this year was connecting everything to the Internet of Things, or IoT. From connected homes to health tracking, these are the everyday devices that have futuristic upgrades.

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Fighting Fake News Online

January 10, 2017

Mark Twain once famously wrote, “A lie spreads halfway around the world while the truth is still getting its boots on.” This is a very fitting quote when looking at the rapid growth of fake news coverage that we experience today on the internet. During the 2016 election, social media giant, Facebook, fell under heavy […]

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Is a Coding Bootcamp Right for You?

November 7, 2016

You see them walking around in their hoodies and sneakers and you think “money.” The mystique of elite coders – and the rewards they reap – is a central meme of pop culture, so it’s not surprising that coding bootcamps have taken off. They promise a fast track into the glamorous life of a software […]

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Top Hard Skills You Need to Work in Tech

November 2, 2016

Standing out in a competitive tech job marketplace is a challenge when you don’t know what qualities and skill sets potential employers are eager to find in a candidate. Evergreen soft skills—like good communication, leadership, problem solving, and teamwork—are always important when you work in tech, but what about the more specific teachable hard skills that […]

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Cyber Security: Online Crime Trends You Should Know About

October 25, 2016

This may be the first U.S. presidential election in history where cyber security has been a point of debate. Hillary Clinton used personal servers for government business, while Donald Trump’s corporate web servers were not secure. Politics aside, this drives home the point that cyber security experts have been making for many years: cyber security […]

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