For many in our tech ecosystem, Ruby on Rails has been a popular choice when building companies’ applications. But, over the years, competitors have emerged and opportunities for formal training have been closed. Where does that leave Ruby on Rails in Indiana?
With more people and companies recognizing what Indiana has to offer, 2018 has set up Indiana to experience even greater growth in the coming years. Look back on what Indiana tech has accomplished this year.
Locally, TechPoint Foundation for Youth spearheaded the Hour of Code effort in nine Indianapolis K-8 schools. From December 3-7, they engaged 239 community volunteers to help 2,313 kids finish their tutorials.
Nicole Bickett, Springbuk’s vice president of people and administration, shares how the company is recruiting amazing people from around the country and is telling its message loud and clear for the world to hear.
As Techstars companies begin immersing themselves in Indy, the city will also be making a strong case for keeping these companies here, leveraging networks, entrepreneurs and a community eager to grow.
This year, 17 Indiana tech companies were recognized on the 2018 Inc. 5000 list, an annual collection of the fastest-growing private companies across the U.S. Twelve of the 17 companies have either been nominated or won a Mira Award in past years.