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Venture capital remains the fuel that powers the technology industry, but it also suffers from the same gender equality problems. Here's why it matters, and what has to change.
A familiarity with cloud computing terminology will help you follow the industry's developments. This glossary offers a rundown of more than 40 cloud terms.
Lesbians Who Tech, an organization for queer women in all sectors of the technology industry, is quickly building one of the strongest tech networks in the world.
How Digital NEST could lift a struggling rural community by getting kids out of the fields and into tech jobs
This nonprofit brings professional and tech skills to the kids of Watsonville, California, with hopes of creating a diverse, skilled talent pool for nearby Silicon Valley.
More and more founders are setting out to start nonprofits. Here are the key differences you'll encounter while founding a nonprofit or a for-profit startup.
Yasmine Mustafa, the founder of ROAR for Good, a wearable for women's self defense, told TechRepublic her story of immigration and how she found her entrepreneurial spirit.
Vodafone Americas Foundation held a contest to promote innovation in the mobile/wireless technology space. Learn about the three winners for 2015 and what they brought to the compe...
Code Crew: How a husband and wife team are bringing coding education to New York's women and minorities
Felicia and Jamal O'Garro made the switch from finance to software development. Now they're helping others do the same.
A poll of more than 25,000 developers reveals the technology jobs that pay big bucks, that are fun and those that plain suck.
TechRepublic talked to Alicia Morga about her career transitions, from investment banker, to lawyer, to iOS app developer.