What’s the Most Ethical Way to Borrow a Code Idea?

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When a coder pours their heart and soul into a new idea, they naturally think of that code as their intellectual property. Unless they openly share the code on a platform like GitHub, many tech pros guard their ideas like Fort Knox. However, most great ideas in this world are born by taking something that… Read more »

The Right Way to Set Digital Transformation Goals for Your Business

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Digital transformations, when executed strategically, can give your business a strong competitive edge. Businesses that fail to transform cannot hope to remain competitive, and will likely not survive in this hyper-connected world. But success requires a measured and deliberate approach, and it is critical to set the right goals for digital transformation so that you… Read more »

Looking for a New Tech Job? Start in New York City!

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When actors are looking to launch their careers, they head to Los Angeles. Musicians flock to Nashville. And tech pros flock to Silicon Valley. Or do they? While the mid-California coast is synonymous with tech innovation, times have changed and there are amazing opportunities for tech talent right here in New York City. Before packing… Read more »

What You Need to Know About the Cybersecurity Tech Accord

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Recently, 34 technology companies came together to sign the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, declaring it a “watershed agreement among the largest-ever group of companies agreeing to defend all customers everywhere from malicious attacks by cybercriminal enterprises and nation-states.” Key Points from The Accord Signatories to the accord include Microsoft, Facebook, Dell, VMWare, HP, Cisco, Avast, and… Read more »

How to Prove Value With DevOps Metrics

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Speed to market is a critical success factor in today’s highly competitive software market. However, customer experience can make or break a release, so development teams must always balance the efficient delivery of a release against quality user experience. DevOps methodologies were developed to ensure balance can be achieved, focusing on a unified development and… Read more »

How AI Will Personalize Our Workday

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is effectively taking the business world by storm. While much of the focus is on how it can handle a variety of tasks, removing the need for a person to manage duties that are repetitive in nature, AI will also create opportunities on another level. AI has the ability to personalize an… Read more »

Why is New York City Hiring a Futurist?

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New York City is often looked to as a trendsetter, setting the tone for cities across the nation.  Recently, the city took a major step towards positioning itself as a city of innovation with the launch of NYCx, a program to help the city prepare for the high-tech future. Driving Innovation Through Moonshot Challenges According… Read more »

New York City Will be a Hub for Startups in 2018

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New York City has long been known as a place where people come to make their fortunes. Tech startups are carrying on that long tradition of entrepreneurship today. Recently, LinkedIn released a list of the top startups in the country and one location stood out: New York. Six of the top ten were New York-based… Read more »

Where is the Tech Industry Headed in 2018?

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Now that 2017 is behind us, it’s a good time to take a look at some of the major trends we saw in the past year and how those trends will shape the tech landscape in 2018.  These are some of the most important trends you should keep an eye on as we head into… Read more »

New York City Among Most Expensive Cities for Tech Talent

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People outside the five boroughs may not be aware that New York is a major East Coast Tech hub. In fact, since the 1990’s, the tech startup community in the region has been dubbed “Silicon Alley.”  Originally, the term denoted an area in the Flatiron district near Madison Square Park which boasted a cluster of… Read more »