The end of March marks the end of Women’s History Month, and to finish out the month, we are replaying an episode that we recorded last year about the history and future of

Dev Technology moved to 100% remote work on March 16, with many teams starting prior to that date. Adam and John meet to talk about how teams are adjusting, what has been working,

Zach Lawrence, Dev Technology Senior IT System Administrator, joins Adam D’Angelo to talk about a preparing for the AWS Solution Architect Associate Exam as well as some of the unique considerations for development

When Kevin first heard about his client’s desire to vacate the DHS Data Center and move to the AWS GovCloud, he thought it was an April Fool’s Day joke based on the time

Kurt Lloyd, Dev Technology Principal Engineer, joins John Janek and Adam D’Angelo talk with to talk about the intersection of Black History and technology.

Dev Technology to Host Job Fair for over 20 Open Positions on November 21, 2019 Dev Technology is hosting a job fair and open house at the company's corporate headquarters in Reston, Virginia

Ada Lovelace Day Celebrates the Achievements of Women in STEM “That brain of mine is something more than merely mortal; as time will show.” Ada Lovelace Ada Lovelace, born in 1815, wrote what is often

Dev Technology recognized as a Top Workplace 6 Years in a row The Washington Post named Dev Technology as a Top Workplace based on the results of employee surveys. Dev Technology has been

Adam D’Angelo and Yemi Oshinnaiye sample bourbon as they wish Yemi luck in his new position at USCIS and discuss Amazon, Facebook, what happens with your data online, the difference between bourbon and

Computer programming was largely considered “women’s work” when the first programmable digital computer was being developed in the 1940s. Today, less than 17% of students graduating in computer science and information technology are