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Originally from DeKalb County in northeastern Indiana, Roger Deetz is a software architect on the Angie’s List development team revolutionizing the way people hire service providers. All that data gathered over 20 years in the business is being turned into products, and Roger’s team is building them. After graduating from IU Bloomington, Roger moved to …

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The three participants on Entrepreneur Bootcamp’s “Young Entrepreneurs Panel” have a lot in common. All three of them are graduates of Indiana universities (Ilya and Peter met when they were involved in student government at IU and Chris graduated from Purdue), they’ve all participated in Startup Chile, Peter and Chris both graduated from Brebeuf Jesuit …

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Three Ways to Attract Women in Technology

Editor’s Note: The Indiana Governor’s Conference for Women is October 21, so we couldn’t have picked a better time for this thought provoking piece from TriNet on women in technology. Technology is still a male-dominated industry. Some say it’s due to chauvinistic managers who are naturally inclined to hire men. Others claim it’s the lack ...
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‘Experiencing’ Indy achieves 63-point positive opinion swing among young tech talent

This summer, 50 Xterns lived together in apartments on the downtown Indianapolis campus of IUPUI and worked at various area tech companies as part of “the ultimate tech summer internship experience.” It was the inaugural class of an initiative developed to introduce the spectacular career opportunities and quality of life of the Midwest to some ...
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TECH JOBS: Software Engineer/Interface Developer, Sr. Android Mobile Developer +12 more jobs

The wait is over. Yes, TechPoint will now be posting open Indiana tech jobs here at techpoint.org every week. We’ll also let you know about job openings with our talent attraction and retention initiative partners (see below) who help make Xpat and Xtern possible. One more thing, when you apply for a job that you find at techpoint.org, be ...
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Communities need placemaking resources to help win the talent battle

From economic development focused on tech to arts districts, downtown revitalization and neighborhood stabilization efforts; and from parks and trails improvements to new entertainment venues and enhanced education programs — Indiana communities are are stepping up to improve the quality of life for their residents, which ultimately helps to attract people and jobs. This is ...
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