Latinos in technology

Latinos in technology no shortage of talent, a shortage of vision

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First off, hiring qualified African Americans or Latinos in technology shouldn’t be thought of as a humanitarian endeavor — it’s a business imperative, says Guest Contributor Jose Antonio Tijerino, President and CEO at the Hispanic Heritage Foundation.
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Tech entrepreneurs and investors learn G.R.I.T. at Splash LA

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Grit, humility, and self-awareness are traits that can help entrepreneurs take strategic risks, attract investors, and grow the pie for all, says our Tech contributor Carmen Palafox.
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A Latina innovator on becoming a successful Tech entrepreneur

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While I am a fervent supporter of women who code (go STEM majors!), says Monica Taher, you don’t have to be 100 percent literate in computer code to launch a tech startup or become a Tech entrepreneur.
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8 Steps to launching a tech startup

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So you’re a woman and you have a great idea. But maybe, like many other women, you lack the necessary support system or don’t know how to execute your idea and turn it into a viable business.
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Latina entrepreneur converts chocolate cravings into plant cloning business

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Today Semila LLC is cloning plants of cocoa directed to the manufacture of fine chocolates and boutique markets. Decenia Vega's client portfolio is composed of high income professionals in the agricultural industry.
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Women’s History Month Women of Aviation Worldwide Week

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It’s Women of Aviation Worldwide Week, a global awareness week that promotes the advancement of women in the aerospace industry. It takes place annually during the week of March 8,
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New Year’s resolution: How technology helps you lose weight

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I gained a few extra pounds during the holidays. I drank Prosecco, ate sweets and other carbs and didn’t bother to control my food intake. I also slacked
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#Latism moving Latinos to drive the innovation economy

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Showcasing and galvanizing existing Latina/o entrepreneurs, developers, health practitioners, bloggers, digital leaders and educators who excel in the use of tech innovation
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Apple Stylus a dream come true for art, design and architecture

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As a former architect, I lost track of the evolution in the design aspects of an architectural project. I left my country and my profession behind in 1990