BSides Asheville is back for it’s fifth annual infosec conference. Register for 4-hour training sessions on Friday, June 22nd for $64 each and the day long conference on Saturday, June 23rd for $32. Get your conference tickets soon and tell other geeks you’ll be going on our meet up site here.
AB Tech’s Computer Technology Department is planning for next year and they’re asking for the WNC tech community’s input. Whether you’re a hiring manager or work in tech and want solid coworkers, your input matters! Take a few minutes to complete AB Tech’s survey here. Thanks for helping shape the tech talent pipeline in our […]
Want to give back to our local region? Have you ever thought about a great way to connect learning in the classroom to the technology work you do on a daily basis? In January, NC Superintendent Mark Johnson submitted recommendations to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee to expand computer science opportunities to all students […]
Women Entrepreneurs of Western North Carolina (WEWNC) and a brand new coworking space in town, Focal Point Coworking, are hosting a free tech demo night. Come and network, learn about local products and solutions, and enjoy some beer and snacks. Registration is limited. Get tickets here.
Want to be in-the-know of tech happenings around town? Jay Hill puts together a great monthly newsletter on tech events in the area. Here’s the Asheville Tech Events February newsletter. Sign up to receive a copy direct to your inbox at http://ashevilletechevents.com/
This Friday, June 23, from 5:30p – 8:00p, join The Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS) for the June edition of Science Pub. The former art director at National Geographic, Charles Floyd, is presenting: At the Interface – Bridging the Gap Between Science and Public Understanding Through Art and Design. Science isn’t just for nerds. It […]
Hatch Asheville (Hatch), a hotbed of entrepreneurial activity in downtown Asheville, has restructured as a 501c(3) non-profit foundation. Launched in 2016, the goal of Hatch is to turn Asheville into a city known and recognized for innovative and diverse startup companies. Hatch supports this mission through Place, Programming and Partnerships.
Jen Pahlka, the founder and executive director of Code for America, will be joining Code for Asheville for their July 13 Community Night (at the Burton Street Community Center). In addition to her role at Code for America, Jen recently served as the U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer in the White House Office of Science and […]
October 27, 2017! Each year, Montreat College’s Center for Cybersecurity Education and Leadership hosts RETR3AT, a conference designed to engage, educate, and raise awareness about cybersecurity in Western North Carolina and beyond. RETR3AT goes beyond the “1s and 0s” approach to cybersecurity training, challenging attendees to think about how to lead in protecting their organization’s […]
Cyber security and internet freedom statistics by country. Which are most and least safe?