Sunday, May 26, 2019

How LaunchCode is tackling the tech talent gap in Miami with the help of...

Air Force veteran Judy Rincon was balancing her transition back into civilian life and being a single mother when she saw a newspaper article about LaunchCode, a nonprofit creating pathways for...

8 Orlando startups begin 12-week business education journey downtown

For one Orlando startup, acceptance into an entrepreneurial support program here has brought his idea full circle. Marco Ignacio first pitched GratSee, an app that connects restaurants and workers in the service...

Why Florida is primed to stand out in the new commercial space race

On a clear, sunny morning on June 15, a crowd of people, young and old, gathered at the top of Exploration Tower at Cape Canaveral to view the launch of SpaceX’s...

Semi-finalists announced for Broward startup competition

The StartUp Expo (SUP-X) has selected 36 startups to compete in its annual competition. The semi-finalists announced this week include early-stage companies based in cities across four states, and one that's international....

The art of the pivot: Brazilian biz owner moves to Orlando, revamps tech startup,...

Alcyr Araujo thought he had it all figured out when he started Mosyle Corp. in 2012. The Brazilian entrepreneur provided schools with software that created an online learning platform to track students’...

Local coding school to launch third European location

Local coding school Ironhack is expanding its program overseas. Starting in June, its nine-weeklong web development course will be taught at a Paris location within the French city’s WeWork shared workspace, Ironhack’s...

How this local entrepreneur connects brands with innovative technology

Technology always has been a big part of Steve Alexander's life. When he was in grade school, he tried taking apart a toaster and turning it into a robot. When he figured out...

More than 15 tech firms on the hunt to fill 100 job openings

Jason Wade remembers the time well when he attended job fairs, and it was not a fun experience for him. He recalled that he would arrive to a location filled with dozens of...

3 THINGS TO KNOW IN #MIAMITECH THIS WEEK: MDC + FACEBOOK, BIG BOATSETTER HIRES,...

Miami Dade College will partner with Facebook to develop a specialized curriculum to train MDC students, startups, small business owners and professionals in digital marketing, MDC President Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón announced...

JTA opens test track to future for self-driving transit shuttles

The self-driving vehicle starts moving as silently as the computer that operates it and the electric battery that powers it. There is none of the hiss that accompanies a train on electrified...
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