Software engineer and blogger, Amir Rachum, points out ways to go about debugging your code whilst collaborating that can help to expedite the process and prevent incorrect assumptions from clouding others’ judgement.
In today’s digital world, it’s become more important than ever to have a website that is not only usable, but a delightful experience on all devices including mobile, tablets, desktops, retina, and so forth. It’s been a few years since the original concept of “responsive web design” was coined, and we have seen continual trends […]
Today is the third annual Computer Science Fair held for University of Vermont Computer Science students. At the fair, students have the opportunity to show projects created individually or in groups that will be judged and awarded cash prizes! Vermont Design Works’ CTO, Ben Glassman, will be in attendance as a judge. He will be […]
Vermont Design Works has released a new platform, the Community Energy Dashboard, for the Energy Action Network that will contribute in important and valuable ways to the state of Vermont’s goal of reaching 90% renewable energy by 2050. The Community Energy Dashboard helps Vermont communities shape their energy futures at the local level with a […]
Today marks the start of the Queen City’s first ever “Innovation Week”. The week features several exciting events that celebrate Burlington’s growing technology sector, highlighting its social and economic contributions to the city as well as its entrepreneurial and creative spirit.
Burlington, VT has recently received a great deal of recognition for its growing technology sector. A ‘Smart’ Green Tech Hub in Vermont Reimagines the Status Quo from the New York Times describes many of Burlington’s technological advancements, including the work of the Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET), BTV Ignite, Vermont Hitec and more. Named a […]
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.