The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a leading voice and advocate for an estimated 75 million professionals.
The 18-page report takes stock of digital inclusion in Maryland by examining two access tools that enable robust online access.
The two professors talk about what they’re doing to support positive outcomes for low-income students in computer science, information systems, and computer engineering.
During the pandemic, Gale Gay has written six children’s stories, which she plans to publish and release over the next two years under her Better Than Series.
Dr. Grayson’s research is focused on the evaluation of novel nano- and microparticles for therapy in neutrophilic, acute inflammatory disease, and cancer.
CEO Dr. BJ Johnson and CTO Dr. Julie Blumreiter talk about what inspires them, and their engine technology that is disrupting the transportation and power generation sectors.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, topics have ranged from technology to culture, career, family, and the economic fallout. The podcast also looks at workforce resets.
For the eleventh episode, Capt. Donnie Cochran talks about his experience as the first African American pilot to fly with The Blue Angels, the flight demonstration squadron of the United States Navy.
For the ninth episode of High-Tech Sunday, Dr. Ruthie D. Lyle, who is believed to have the most inventions of any Black woman in the world, will discuss technical startups and innovation.
To honor the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Apple interviewed Dean Hudson, an accessibility technical evangelist.