A week of women in STEM: Ellen Ochoa Continuing our series of incredible women in STEM, today we highlight Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic woman in the world to go to space as

A week of women in STEM: Katherine Johnson Continuing our series of incredible women in STEM, we introduce Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson. Perhaps you have heard of Ms. Johnson, as she is one

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A week of Women in STEM: Karen Spärck Jones We ask Google or Alexa everything--have you ever wondered where the search concept originated from? Let's find out...  "Alexa, who is responsible for the

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

Are we Cyborgs? Adam and Yemi After Dark 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

“Women’s work” – Looking at the History and Future of Women in IT with Michelle Scheuerman and Becky Crane Computer programming was largely considered “women’s work” when the first programmable digital computer was

DevCast: IT Culture and Innovation with Adam D’Angelo and Yemi Oshinnaiye Adam D’Angelo and Yemi Oshinnaiye dive into a variety of information technology topics. They discuss the following and more. How culture affects

AFCEA Recognizes Adam Rison with 40 Under 40 Award AFCEA named Adam Rison, Dev Technology Software Engineer, as one of its 40 Under 40 Award Winners. This award is given to 40 individuals

Dev Technology is pleased to announce that Antonio Trindade is joining the company as Vice President. Mr. Trindade brings over 28 years of federal law enforcement experience with specialization in biometrics, sensor technology,