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Stephanie Santoso: White House maker advocate. Information Science PhD student. Gluten-free baking specialist.
OSTP's Stephanie Santoso talked with TechRepublic about how backing the maker movement can be a means of building and lifting up communities.
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.
Keeping devices and machines connected is key to the success of industrial IoT. Here's how Waygum built a mobile platform to simplify the process.
John Dillon, the former CEO of Salesforce, Engine Yard, and Hyperion, is now the CEO of Aerospike. Learn how the startup attracted this Silicon Valley veteran.
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing busines...
A great startup begins with an idea, but it has to be put into practice. Here are 10 steps to get you started on your startup journey.
The Cowboy State seems to be a good place for data centers, as indicated by Microsoft spending three-quarters of a billion dollars on data center operations there in the past four ...