Technically Philly: The Passion Behind EvoXLabs

Technically Philly: The Passion Behind EvoXLabs

After suffering from a spinal cord injury as result of a car accident in 2013, Ather Sharif began his Spinal Cord Injury Blog soon after to motivate people in a similar situation to move forward. Sharif, a web developer for nearly 10 years, said he learned more about the things that limit those with disabilities […]

 

Technically Philly: Five Female Developers and Designers You Might Not Know

Technically Philly: Five Female Developers and Designers You Might Not Know

The following five women are notable members of the city’s technology scene. They have achieved success at their respective companies doing front-end web development, software engineering or design. Elise Wei Wei (pictured above), a software engineer at Monetate, started her career with a degree in photography from Drexel University and a job in underwriting insurance before […]

 

Technically Philly: Unpredictable Workdays at a Startup

Technically Philly: Unpredictable Workdays at a Startup

Melissa Ivone is the design overlord at Curalate, a Philadelphia startup that focuses on optimizing marketing on visual social media platforms. Ivone, who has been with the company since 2012, said working at a startup has been a unique experience with some less than typical work memories. What was your biggest challenge when you first started at Curalate? At […]

 

Technology: Why These Penn Kids Dropped Out to Build a Social Networking App

Technology: Why These Penn Kids Dropped Out to Build a Social Networking App

Four University of Pennsylvania students took the year off to promote their mobile application. Michael Powell, Matt Wojcieszek, Adam Elkassas and Arjun Raj Jain all have taken the year off to launch their app, Down to Chill. “Down to Chill simply put is a way to see when your friends are free and a way […]

 

Technically Philly: PHMC Relocates to Improve Productivity

Technically Philly: PHMC Relocates to Improve Productivity

Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is a non-profit organization that helps provide health resources to the public. We spoke with PHMC president and CEO Richard Cohen (above, left) and PHMC CIO Mike McCain (right) about relocating their headquarters to 1500 Market Street. How has the company changed since it started? RC: I came here in 1980 […]

 

Technically Philly: Five People Getting Things Done At Indy Hall

Technically Philly: Five People Getting Things Done At Indy Hall

Mural-covered and filled with sounds of chatter and faint music, Old City’s co-working space Indy Hall sees a rotating cast of about 70 of its 300 members daily. The two-story building, adorned with Christmas lights and clusters of workstations, is utilized by an array of artists, IT workers, entrepreneurs and other professionals. Here are five […]

 

Technically Philly: The Enterprise Center Aims to Boost Businesses of Minority Entrepreneurs

Technically Philly: The Enterprise Center Aims to Boost Businesses of Minority Entrepreneurs

A group of entrepreneurs sat in a conference room on a recent Wednesday for diverse reasons: one woman sought guidance on solidifying her cookie business with a brick-and-mortar store; another hoped to develop an online interior design magazine, while one man wanted advice on the transition from employee to employer. In search of answers, they attended a […]

 

Technical.ly Philly: Students Launch Startups at The Radian Apartments

Technical.ly Philly: Students Launch Startups at The Radian Apartments

Students at the helm of three startups passed on office space in favor of working from home this past year in The Radian Apartments at 39th and Walnut streets. Their motivation, they said, was the close proximity to other young entrepreneurs. Escalate: What started in 2011 as an online magazine run by three then-high schoolers is evolving into a […]

 

Technically Philly: Philadelphia Center for Arts and Technology Hosts STEM Programs

Technically Philly: Philadelphia Center for Arts and Technology Hosts STEM Programs

On any given day, students at the Philadelphia Center for Arts and Technology may film and edit short documentaries, design the interior of a home online or, as Keisha Whatley’s 12-year-old son did recently, learn how to assemble a submarine as a part of April’s Greater Philadelphia SeaPerch Challenge. “He loves science and technology, so […]

 

Technically Philly: PACT Evolves After Merger

Technically Philly: PACT Evolves After Merger

The product of a 2010 merger between two of the region’s oldest business associations, the Greater Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies has an extensive history at a young age. The organization aims to strengthen the area’s tech community by connecting entrepreneurs with investors, large enterprises and universities – the same goal its predecessors, the […]

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