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Who's Hiring in the South: December 2017

Is a career transition part of your 2018 plan? From marketing jobs at growth-stage startups to executive roles at...

Want Smarter Cities with Smarter Startups? Try Durham's Open Data Approach to Smart Government

This is the latest contributor post from Tom Snyder, Executive Director of RIoT, a Raleigh, North Carolina-based network of technologists,...

Boy's Club No More: The Rise of Women's Co-working Across the South

Once an unconventional concept found only in major metros, co-working is now a mainstay for entrepreneurs and digital nomads...

Who’s Hiring Across the South: November 2017

From engineering jobs at venture-backed startups to C-Suite roles at major corporations, the South is bustling with new career...

EHRs and Snow Monkeys: Meaningful Use and the Slow Adoption of EHR Technology

This guest post is provided by Stephanie Sargent, VP of Product Development at Charleston, SC-based SE Healthcare. Researchers in...
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Who's Hiring in the South: December 2017
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Learn to Code at These 10 Southern Bootcamps

Last week, Greenville, SC-based programming school The Iron Yard announced plans to shutter operations after its summer courses wrap up. The news came as a bit of a surprise to folks who have followed their success. Since launching in 2013,…

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Could Atlanta be the New Hollywood? According to TERMINUS Festival, the Answer is Yes.

If you’re into movies, gaming, and interactive media, you probably know about TERMINUS Conference & Festival. The four-day event brings together emerging filmmakers, game developers, and major brands like Trick3D, Adobe, and Marvel Studios for workshops, demos, tournaments, screenings, and…

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