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This month’s WIT spotlight questionnaire focuses on Jaelle Scheuerman, a PhD Student at Tulane University who enjoys integrating technology in to her work and hobbies and who is passionate about volunteering and getting people excited about technology. Name: Jaelle Scheuerman Job: PhD Student at Tulane, pursuing an Interdisciplinary PhD in Computer Science & Cognitive Science […]
WordPress has evolved into a versatile open source Content Management System (CMS), and even though you can still use it to create simple blogs, it also allows you to create fully functional websites and mobile applications. Everything from mom-and-pop businesses to blogs for some of the largest names out there (CNN, Spotify, and Time, among others) […]
This month’s WIT spotlight questionnaire focuses on Chloe Frank. She studied Political Economics and International Development at Tulane. As a project manager for LookFar, a local software development company, Chloe helps startups & small businesses launch and accelerate ideas and new systems. This is her first year serving on WIT’s board as co-Chair of the […]
Grace Clark is a sophomore at the International High School of New Orleans, LA, and a student intern with Operation Spark, a non-profit that offers local youth a fundamentals course in software development and more importantly, helps them get jobs in the field. “I got my first taste of coding from my older brother, Austin, […]
Women in tech come from diverse backgrounds and bring unique perspectives to their work in the technology world. As a way of celebrating those differences, WIT spotlight series will highlight interesting facts about local innovators who are doing great things. This month’s WIT spotlight questionnaire focuses on Shercole King, a native New Orleanian, activist, consultant, […]