Kenya Downs: New research from the Center for Global Development suggests the H-1B visa program has been a key factor in a shift in computer science and engineering education for American and Indian students. Shailesh Chitnis was like many international Continue reading How H-1B Work Visas Transformed Tech and Education in the US and India
Joseph Trevithickaugust: Free form events will let firms large and small show what they have to offer before a final battle royale showdown. SOFWERX, a public-private technology incubator with funding from U.S. Special Operations Command, is gearing up to kick Continue reading U.S. Military Wants Tech Companies To Battle Each Other in the ‘ThunderDrone’
MOSCOW (Reuters): U.S. action against suspected Russian cyber criminals has surged to a record high this year despite efforts by President Donald Trump to improve ties with Moscow. The United States has arrested or indicted seven Russians on U.S. cybercrime Continue reading U.S. Arrests of Russian Cyber Criminals Hit Record High
[Editor: Wow! Where was all of this port automation when yours truly designed the Demurrage and Detention Estimator utility?] During the first six months of this year, global container port throughput rose by 6.7 percent and is on track to Continue reading Technology Boom at U.S. Ports
Jeff Larson and Madeleine Varner explain how the investigation went down: We wrote software to find the external domains contacted by popular websites that have been identified as extremist by either the Southern Poverty Law Center or the Anti-Defamation League. Continue reading How We Investigated Technology Companies Supporting Hate Sites
Suffolk County Community College is an open admissions institution committed to serving a diverse student population in a variety of degree and career programs. Job Description: This is a Civil Service position under the supervision of the College’s Vice President Continue reading Information Technology Security Coordinator
Jon Brodkin's article reveals that the FCC thinks that mobile is good enough. "Maybe Americans don’t need fast home Internet service", the FCC suggests By saying mobile is good enough, FCC could find that deployment problem is solved. Yours truly Continue reading Maybe Americans Don’t Need Fast Home Internet Service…
This is the grand opening blog post for Codango.US.