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Apply for one of five JazzCon.Tech women in tech scholarships worth over $800 each before February 14, 2017.
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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) […]
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Excel is a core part of any business person’s tool belt, and for many it serves as an intro into the vast world of computer programming. During WIT’s Excel Workshop, participants used public-use city data and Microsoft Excel to create a Scorecard that rated service call response time by the NOPD for various offenses and neighborhoods. Attendees learned […]
New Orleans WIT held a webinar titled, “Workflows for Your Business: Guide to analyzing and setting up processes based on your needs” on February 23, 2016. The webinar was hosted by Skyler Stroup, Business Analyst Team Lead at iSeatz. Below is video containing highlights from the lesson. See the original event posting here. Download the slide […]
Attendees of New Orleans WIT’s three hour UX/UI workshop gained the basic knowledge and tools needed to create effective user interfaces and experiences, and made wireframe mockups in Adobe Illustrator. The workshop was taught by two Peter Mayer professionals, Amanda Pate, Senior User Experience Architect, and Jeremy Miller, a Developer specializing in User Interface design […]