Karen Talley Mead

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Name: Karen Talley Mead
Date registered: June 20, 2017

Latest posts

  1. Dev Technology Hack-a-Thon — February 22, 2018
  2. Transcribing Historic Documents for the Smithsonian Transcribe-a-Thon — February 22, 2018
  3. Dev Technology named as a Top Workplace for the fourth year in a row by The Washington Post — June 20, 2017
  4. Dev Technology Supports the Smithsonian in the Preparation for Transcribing Historic Records — March 20, 2017

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Dev Technology Hack-a-Thon

Dev Technology is hosting a Hack-a-Thon on Friday February 23 in our Reston office. Three teams of five will compete to develop the most user stories while their code is automatically compiled, tested, containerized using Docker, and scanned and deployed using a CI/CD pipeline in AWS. The teams will be starting with an existing application …

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Transcribing Historic Documents for the Smithsonian Transcribe-a-Thon

The Smithsonian is currently working on a project to digitize over 2 million historic images from the Freedmen’s Bureau to make them key-word searchable for individuals around the world. In support of this project, and in honor of Black History month and Frederick Douglass’ birthday, the Smithsonian hosted a Transcribe-a-Thon at over 46 locations around …

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Dev Technology named as a Top Workplace for the fourth year in a row by The Washington Post

Dev Technology has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey. The Washington Post named Dev Technology as a Top Workplace for the fourth year in a row, which is also every year the survey has been run. Only 34 other companies …

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Dev Technology Supports the Smithsonian in the Preparation for Transcribing Historic Records

The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) plans to fully transcribe and make keyword searchable almost 2 million records documenting the Federal Government’s efforts to help formerly enslaved individuals make the transition to freedom and citizenship through the Freedman’s Bureau. The information in these records will provide a unique view into …

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