In the past five decades, the tech sector has been considered a male-dominated industry. Prior to the invention of the modern desktop machine, computers were tasked with solving mathematical and technical problems. Tech jobs were popular among women during WWII, who supported artillery machines and gunnery officers by calculating variances in temperatures and air density to improve shot accuracy.
You have a problem. Whether you like it or not, you have one. Services are moving to the "cloud" more and more frequently these days and now you need to consume them. They are disparate and agnostic of each other, but their combination as a whole is what brings you value. You have Salesforce and Workday and some accounting system, and single-sign on controlled by your in-house ActiveDirectory server.
Technovation: Meet the United Utopians
We're pleased to introduce Appnovation’s second group of participants in the Technovation challenge, Team United Utopians. The United Utopians, coached by Jennifer MacDonald and mentored by Wendy Leung and Rose Nguyen, have been receiving a lot of press about their application, which seeks to assist Syrian refugees arriving in Vancouver. The team is comprised of five creative and passionate ladies: Rachel (grade 12), Jasmine (grade 10), Nicole (grade 12), Golshid (grade 10) and Mackenzie (grade 12).
Back in 2005, Ruby on Rails made an entrance into the web development world and kinda turned things upside down. Overnight, it seemed, everyone was writing good looking web apps fast. A lot of the gains were made by accepting the opinionated software you were handed by the rails tooling. That and the fact that you could generate scaffolding, or boilerplate code, which was functional fairly immediately.
Theming the printed version of your Drupal website
MongoDB and Drupal
Asterisk and Drupal (integrating phone system and CMS)
osCaddie - Google Cloud Storage
Some World-Class Museums Using Drupal