A pair of web developers spent 24 hours developing a new app for the Detroit Public Library to allow staff and users to access information in seconds.
Information technology companies from across Detroit are providing eight weeks of training in soft and hard skills in the IT industry with a job waiting for them upon completion.
The tech startup Detroit Labs has made headlines for its fast growth since its founding in 2011. Now the mobile app developer is hiring more tech talent and adding a new program and new career opportunities for those with an interest in app development.
One and perhaps two startups from Detroit will win the priceless opportunity to pitch their business ideas to Google and its investors in a new competition called Google Demo Day.
Later this month, a federation of Detroit co-working spaces calling itself Co-Lab Detroit will invite the public to learn and explore the concept in a week of open houses — letting everyone check out the available co-working spaces in the downtown-Midtown area.
It’s tough to find tech talent these days — that’s the story across the board in Michigan. Well, an event set for Jan. 9 and sponsored by Automation Alley, Grand Circus and Bizdom aims to do something about that.
World Usability Day is Thursday, and there are at least three major events in Michigan to mark it.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Grand Circus has scheduled its fall tech training classes for October.
Innovators and entrepreneurs competed this week to win an array of prizes — including a finalist position in Bizdom’s winter accelerator, two seats in MidMichigan Innovation Center’s CrowdCamp with RocketHub, $2,500 of in-kind legal services from Varnum Attorneys at Law, and acceptance to pitch at TechTown Accelerator.