7 Key Steps to Become a Software Engineer

As a software engineer, you are opening yourself up to a world of possibilities and a career field with limitless earning potential. Here in San Francisco, on average, entry level developers/programmers/engineers are making $120,000 and even more in top FAANG companies. Choosing this field, you are becoming a developer. You will develop software tools and … Continue reading 7 Key Steps to Become a Software Engineer

Software Engineer Annual Kickoff Event Underway at /dev/color

Its 2021 and after a rocky 2020, non-profit organizations have had to kick into gear, practices that continue to drive towards their goals. dev/color is one of those non-profit organizations that found ways to super drive their operations in support of its mission and the support from external organizations and partners made that happen. On … Continue reading Software Engineer Annual Kickoff Event Underway at /dev/color

Former Facebook Diversity Recruiter creates Black Talent Matters Initiative

Just as Facebook announces Roy Austin, Jr. as their new VP of Civil Rights, the current conversation is the future of tech companies and their dark cloud, pun intended. Some say the move was to side track the mounds of civil suits they have against them from former employees who swear by their claims of … Continue reading Former Facebook Diversity Recruiter creates Black Talent Matters Initiative

Areas of Tech to Avoid in your Career Search (Transportation Tech, Gig Tech an Travel & Tourism Tech)

Let's face it! The coronavirus pandemic has made companies realize how fragile their businesses can become in a sudden natural disaster or change in environment.A couple of weeks ago I talked about recession proof areas of Tech. Today I'm talking about areas of Tech to avoid.From an insider perspective, I understand bad areas of tech … Continue reading Areas of Tech to Avoid in your Career Search (Transportation Tech, Gig Tech an Travel & Tourism Tech)

Tech Skills You Should Learn During a Recession

Skills(In no order) Internet MarketingWeb DesignMobile DesignNetwork DesignWeb or Mobile DevelopmentSoftware DevelopmentHTML, CSS & JavascriptSCRUMAgile MethodologyAWS (Amazon Web Services)Google CloudNetworking.NET FrameworkAnalytics & Data ScienceA+/CompTia Computer Repair802.11 NetworkingWeb SecuritySalesforce CRMWorkdayPeopleSoft Recession proof IT jobs(By priority) 1. Cybersecurity2. Data Scientist3. Networking (Wireless & LAN)4. Health IT (Developers/Engineering)5. Mobile Developing6. Tech HR7. Web Advertising & Marketing8. UI/UX Designers9. … Continue reading Tech Skills You Should Learn During a Recession

In Facebook Jail? How to Create another account that wont be banned like your other one

If you have multiple Facebook accounts, your accounts are connected via your phones device ID address. That means that every account (if you have multiple accounts) you log into the facebook app with will be tied to your device ID. If you are unfortunate to be banned or suspended by facebook, they will ban or … Continue reading In Facebook Jail? How to Create another account that wont be banned like your other one

California Based TSEP Organization Hosts 3rd Annual Teen #STEM Camping Conference

Statistics show that one in three young people report not having an adult mentor and even worse with minority youth, one in four public school youth drop out of school before finishing high school. I've been on a quest to learn more about what is being done to encourage today's youth through guidance and supplemental … Continue reading California Based TSEP Organization Hosts 3rd Annual Teen #STEM Camping Conference

IoT: We need to talk about it!

IoT, The Internet of Things has done a lot of great things for consumers and a next level is soon to come. With good, in terms of technology, there are bads as well. IoT has posed new problems in compromising data and becoming harmful. With so many devices utilizing the internet, the idea of secure … Continue reading IoT: We need to talk about it!

Programmers/Devs: Why Learning the Basics of Front End Development is Key

I know you've been so accustomed to batting out algorithms with glory on the backend. Your a rockstar coder, except on the front end. One thing I've learned over the past few years working in leadership and stiring my own entrepreneurial effort is there aren't enough devs focusing on the Front End. In recent interviews … Continue reading Programmers/Devs: Why Learning the Basics of Front End Development is Key

Networking and the Idea of Being Friendly in Tech

To my fellow Tech's - I'm sure we've all been in the situation where we've passed by a co-worker at the coffee machine and gave off a smile or friendly gesture, only to be left with a blank stare and no response. "Having a bad day i see..." is usually what's going through my head at … Continue reading Networking and the Idea of Being Friendly in Tech