By E.G. Nadhan, Global Chief Architect and CTO Organization, Red Hat and member of the Tech Titans Programs Team "Is being differently abled a challenge or an opportunity?" -- one of the many questions to be addressed in this "#Breaking #Barriers" panel at the Tech Titans virtual Industry Luncheon on Dec 6, 2023 with these industry leaders who bring first-hand experience and insights to the discussion. Chad E. Foster from Red Hat Anthony Pacilio from CAI [Neurodiverse Solutions] Dylan M. Rafaty,
BY MIKE WHEATLEY Enterprise software giant Red Hat Inc. delivered a flurry of announcements at this year’s Kubecon + CloudNativeCon NA event, detailing its vision for artificial intelligence and a key update to the Red Hat OpenShift container software development suite. Kubecon + CloudNativeCon NA is an annual event focused on the popular, open-source Kubernetes technology that’s used by developers to build containerized applications that can run on any platform. The rise of AI is one of the hottest
For folks wanting to network and hear the latest trends in technology, Tech Titans offers four events in November and December that will complete the program schedule for 2023. An exciting Tech Industry Luncheon, sponsored by UT Design, leads off the remaining events with a look at two of this year’s Tech Titans Award winners. Rahul Saini, CEO of Teliatry and this year’s Start-Up CEO recipient and Thomas Sweet, CIO of Industrial Refrigeration Pros, will provide unique insight into their respective
University of North Texas program named Tech Titans of the Future - University Level award recipient
A University of North Texas program that mentors undergraduate engineering students is the 2023 Tech Titans of the Future – University Level award recipient. The award was presented at this year’s Tech Titans Awards Gala on September 29th. The UNT Diversity and Excellence in Engineering Network or DEEN is a high-impact program that incorporates personal, social and engineering equity to prepare students to enter exceptional engineering careers upon graduation. “The key to the program is
Tap Innovations, known for delivering cloud-based solutions to eliminate and replace an organization’s manual efforts and spreadsheets, was named the fastest growing technology company in North Texas at the annual Tech Titans Awards Gala on September 29. The Fast Tech Award presentation, sponsored by Moss Adams and Comerica Bank Tech and Life Sciences, revealed the list of the top 21 fastest growing companies as well as the ir ranking. “All of the companies on the Fast Tech List are great examples of the
Tech Titans announced that a California technology company, Sitewire, is the recipient of this year’s Grand Challenge Award. Located in Lafayette, CA., Sitewire helps construction lenders and real estate investors accelerate inspection, pay, and project management processes. Sitewire was announced as the winner at the annual Tech Titans Awards Gala on Sept. 29and eceived a cash award. The nationwide annual competition received nominations from start-up companies which designed innovative solutions, systems
A celebration of the past coupled with a vision for the future using the theme of “the future is now” set the tone for the 2023 Annual Tech Titans Awards Gala presented by Dallas College on September 29th at the Renaissance Dallas Plano Legacy West Hotel. With an attendance of almost 430 people, the awards gala celebrated the achievements of 14 individuals and/or companies from the past year. Aligned Data Center CEO Andrew Schapp was named Corporate CEO and outgoing NCH CIO Gertrude Van Horn was
Tech Titans Board Chair Amy Wheelus announced the start of a year-long celebration of Tech Titans 30th anniversary at the annual awards gala on September 29th. . “We will celebrate our past while at the same time looking to the future with new and expanded programs, growing into a larger regional organization and continuing to serve the needs of our members,” Wheelus said. The announcement included the unveiling of the official 30th anniversary logo, which will be incorporated into announcements,
by Melinda Guravich, STEM writer Lynn Mortensen is passionate about getting kids engaged with STEM. “If we don’t show them what they can be, especially girls and minority children, they often don’t have a clue.” While vice president of engineering at Raytheon, Lynn served as the company’s Tech Titans corporate representative. At retirement, she joined the newly formed STEM committee, committing her time and energy to inspiring a new generation of engineers from diverse backgrounds. She was recognized as
by Melinda Guravich, Tech Titans contributor Dave Galley, director of the STEM workforce initiatives for Tech Titans, was looking forward to the Talent Team’s biggest year yet in 2020: more events scheduled, in more schools for more kids and the launch of new events, all powered by a growing volunteer base and committed corporate sponsors. By the first week of March, volunteers had already logged a thousand-plus STEM inspirations for the year, for a total of nearly 15,000 since the initiative began.
Fifty Richardson ISD (RISD) students participated in a Talent Team workshop hosted by the UTDesign Makerspace. Juniors and seniors from Buckner High School and J.J. Pearce High School spent the day-long STEM education experience touring the UTDesign Studio, talking with engineering students, participating in a design workshop and assembling heart monitor kits that will be used for training in developing countries. (photos by Shirley Wilson, Mitel)The event was sponsored by State Farm Enterprise Technology.
Have you been inside a high school recently? Fifty professionals from Samsung have. They spent their Employee Volunteer Day participating in Tech Titans speed mentoring events at three area high schools.How it works Speed mentoring is an intimate, small-group experience where students talk face-to-face with employees working in the technology sector. Volunteers meet with juniors and seniors to explain their jobs and talk about what it takes to work in specific roles. Students ask questions about what it’s