Devlabs on Method to the Madness
Devlab’s Ruben Hernandez was interviewed by Lisa Kiefer of Method to the Madness, a KALX radio program exploring technology and innovation.
Social impact businesses and Oakland’s tech scene
As the technology industry grows in Oakland, locals are hoping that local entrepreneurs will be leaders in innovation and that the culture of Oakland’s tech scene will reflect the community’s values. The nonprofit sector is a significant part of the Oakland economy and should be involved in producing software solutions for problems within that industry.
Coding class turns skills into revenue
Last week was the final week of the first coding class with Escuela Popular students and Devlabs. The group decided to continue with a second session in 2016.
Escuela Popular codes
Devlabs has partnered with Escuela Popular School in East San Jose to offer a bilingual course to adult students on coding and entrepreneurship. Participants are learning basic html and css while they discuss ways to apply software solutions to opportunities in their community.
LaborX wants to get Oakland working
AgroCentral: First of Jamaican teams to visit Devlabs
Jermaine Henry of AgroCentral, is the first in a series of Jamaican teams that will be getting product development and customer development support from Devlabs.
Home from Panama, Devon helps launch Tutorez 2.0
Devon is traveling to Panama to build software for Tutorez
Tutorez heads home with a new product and talent to build it
Six weeks ago Tutorez co-founders, Alejandro Carbonell and Vittorio Calcagno, travelled to Silicon Valley from Panama to work with Devlabs, an incubator for tech startups. They are returning to Panama with a new platform to sell in the US market and a growing team to help them build it.
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