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Social Good Initiatives Showcased at the Massive Web Summit Conference

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

Amidst the many informative talks, startup demos, and networking events at this years Web Summit, we had a chance to learn about some inspiring projects focused on engaging people to improve society in the domains of education, healthcare, civics or environment. It’s arguably one of the most exciting times to work in software when our prefered modern web and mobile technologies are being put...

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Dispatches on Angular 2.0 from Angular U in San Francisco

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

The inaugural Angular U conference took place in San Francisco earlier this week, and featured many influential AngularJS speakers, including Misko Hevery (creator of AngularJS), Igor Minar (leading the Angular team at Google), Pete Bacon Darwin (lead developer on AngularJS 1.X), and Douglas Crockford who’s known for his ongoing contributions to JavaScript. With roughly 450 attendees from 35 different countries, Angular U attendees...

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Angular U Women's Initiative Contest Winner Announced

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

A few weeks ago we launched our contest to send a passionate female coder to Angular U in San Francisco. Today we’re pleased to announce the deserving winner! Cue the drumroll… Meet Elise Worthy, who is the co-founder and technical director of Ada Developers Academy, a women’s-only tuition-free coding school in Seattle that was founded as a non-profit org in 2013. Elise will...

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Why we launched a Women Who Code initiative

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

With a range of stats suggesting women represent only 25% of employees in tech, with an even smaller percentage of women who code, Rangle.io is committed to actively working against the gender imbalance one initiative at a time. With this commitment in mind, my colleagues and I recently launched a contest to ensure that talented women who code are represented at the upcoming Angular...

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Here's How and Why We Created the Hashgeist.io Installation for FITC Amsterdam

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

We're very happy to be working on the official installation for FITC Amsterdam, to be launched on February 23-24th at the annual creativity and technology event. We are really excited about this project and FITC Amsterdam because of the opportunity to explore the intersection of design and technology with a social web app in a live-event setting. Our app is still a work in progress...

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