VDW is a proud sponsor of the vtTA Tech Job impact report. The report highlights the pervasive and positive impacts of tech employment on Vermont’s economy. The goal of the report is to help showcase, and hold on to, these tech jobs to help growing firms hire and retain qualified employees, so that they can continue their expansion within state borders.
Burlington will be a part of the White House TechHire initiative geared towards training the community in technology and placing individuals in tech jobs.
Vermont Works for Women is partnering with VDW to plan their new website! In the spirit of their mission, we’d like to take a moment to discuss women working with technology and the importance of their involvement in the industry.
If you are in search of a job in a technical field, are considering attending college for a technical degree, or have any sort of passion for the industry, you will not want to miss this year’s Tech Jam on October 23 & 24 at the Sheraton on Main St. in Burlington, VT.
Meet up with Girl Develop It to learn what you can expect at HackVT: a 24-hour annual hackathon. This year’s hack challenge? An app for climate change.
Vermont Code Camp is an amazing annual technology event happening this Saturday, September 19 at UVM’s Kalkin Hall. VDW is sponsoring the affair alongside many other tech-gurus in the area including Dealer.com, MyWebGrocer, C2, and Evolution HMC Technology.
Authorship may be dead, but there are still other ways to set your content apart and help your pages stand out in search results. Today we explore one of the newer options available for providing specific types of underlying information to Google and other search engines in order to enhance the appearance and relevance of a website in search results.
With less than a week left before the 2014 Vermont Chamber Business & Industry EXPO, we thought it was time to tell you a bit about the event and what we’ll be doing there this year. In addition to being exhibitors again this year, VDW owner Andrew Allen will be giving a presentation entitled “8 Web Essentials You Need Before Social Media”. Check out the seminar for a crash course in online marketing and then stop by booth 148 to talk about your upcoming web development or marketing project!
News is spreading across the web about the Heartbleed bug that affects OpenSSL. This may seem like Greek to you but if you are doing anything on the web, you MUST pay attention. First, don’t panic. Second, read about what’s happening below. And third, change your passwords.