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Open source your way to an MBA

Didn’t have time or inclination to get your Harvard MBA? Just start an open source project instead.

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Salesforce scoops up team chat pioneer Slack for $27.7B

Slack’s popular business chat app will be integrated with Salesforce’s cloud tools, serving as the front end for its Customer 360 portfolio.

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Should product design be ethical?

Turns out there are advantages to putting people first and thinking about ethics, like superior products, happier employees, and devoted customers.

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6 non-profits giving women a boost in tech

For women, girls, and LGBTQ+ individuals seeking a career in technology, these non-profit organizations provide education, job placement, networking opportunities, community support, and more

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Looking into the post-2020 future of Big Tech

A strong showing during the pandemic leaves Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft poised for continued growth and increased regulatory scrutiny.

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DOJ's antitrust fight with Google: how we got here

Piling on big tech companies is the fashion of the day, but don't expect the US government to break up Google.

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How Oracle v. Google could upend software development

If Oracle convinces the U.S. Supreme Court that APIs are copyrightable, the impact will be felt by software developers across the globe

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How Nvidia’s Arm acquisition will drive AI to every edge

Filling a gap in their offerings, Nvidia hopes to gain money and market share with Arm's extensive reach

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Using robotics and immersive technologies to support work-from-home employees

The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the long-term shift toward remote working as a standard business practice

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Black developers tell how the US tech industry could do better

Black developers have long been underrepresented in the US technology industry, but four share how that could change now that diversity is again top of mind.

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Big tech faces intense political pressure in an election year

The sound and fury of recent congressional hearings are unlikely to result in regulatory action

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How to manage contracts in a multi-cloud environment

One management challenge of a multi-cloud environment is how to handle all the contracts that come with using multiple providers and services.

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The sweet spot for robotic process automation in the COVID-19 response

RPA can smooth some of the bumps of working from home, but don’t expect it to solve everything

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How AI is reshaping healthcare during COVID-19 -- and beyond

Before the COVID-19 crisis, AI and machine learning technologies had just begun to move beyond the pilot stage at large healthcare companies -- but that's changing fast.

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Get nearly $800-worth of beginner-friendly AI dev training for just $35

If you want a career that’ll provide security well into the future, this e-training bundle may be just the ticket.

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Which tech companies will survive the pandemic-triggered recession?

Bouncing back from a COVID-19 downturn depends on how well a company weathers the structural and frictional challenges. Hint: You'll need disruption and a healthy supply of cash

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14 technology winners and losers, post-COVID-19

The coronavirus crisis has shaken up business as usual, with some IT strategies and tools rising to the occasion and others in line for a rethink or tough recovery post-pandemic.

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Career roadmap: Cloud engineer

The shift to the cloud has been so pervasive that it has left a lot of companies with a skills gap they are struggling to fill with professionals who have cloud experience. That makes it a great time to be a cloud engineer.

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