Codology Launches Codin: Redefining the Tech Job Search
In collaboration with organizations at UC Berkeley and with the backing of Google, Codology is developing a platform called Codin that revolutionizes the way people gain tech experience and build their portfolios.
Codology Wins Riley's Way Call For Kindness National Grant
Codology has just been selected as one of 40 organizations in the country to win the Riley's Way Call For Kindness National Grant. The national Call For Kindness Competition builds on Riley’s Way’s work to invest in a youth-led kindness movement, providing young people with the programs, support and inclusive community they need to thrive as changemakers.
Computer Science in Healthcare: Prosthetics
Instalimb Inc. is a Japanese company aiming to make 3D-printed prosthetics and orthotics more accessible to those who cannot afford expensive options. These computer science and technology advancements are improving the lives of those with disabilities, and the future of prosthetics looks promising.
Ramadan and the Tech Industry: Building a More Inclusive Workplace
Ramadan is one of the most sacred times for Muslims, and the tech industry can do much to promote inclusivity during this month. From flexible work schedules to education on Ramadan practices, leading tech companies are taking steps to support their Muslim employees and foster a more inclusive workplace.
Celebrating Women's History Month: Dr. Fei-Fei Li
Celebrate Women’s History Month with the story of Chinese-American computer scientist Dr. Fei-Fei-Li! Her contributions to computer science are immeasurable, from revolutionizing large-scale visual recognition with her ImageNet project to advocating for diversity in artificial intelligence through her nonprofit AI4All. Dr. Li's passion and trailblazing work continue to inspire young women to pursue careers in computer science.
Celebrating Women's History Month: Thelma Estrin
Celebrate Women’s History Month with the story of the pioneering computer scientist and engineer Thelma Estrin! Thelma Estrin was a trailblazer for women in computer science and biomedical engineering and made significant contributions to the development of medical technology, including the first computer-based system for monitoring ICU patients. Her legacy continues to inspire women in STEM fields today.