January 21st, 2014
Reblogged from NYC OpenData
January 8th, 2014


Beginning in February, Internet Week, in partnership with CBRE, will launch NYC Tech Digs, a video series that offers an inside look at the most creative tech workplaces in New York City. The series will include exclusive tours, interviews, and more from rising startups in co-working spaces, mid-sized companies, and global corporations with unique offices in NYC.

While scouring the five boroughs to find the most innovative tech spaces, Internet Week is also accepting submissions. To nominate your office for the NYC Tech Digs series, e-mail photos of your workspace and a few sentences about your company and its culture.

Reblogged from NYC Business Solutions
December 31st, 2013

Women in Tech Program


NYC Digital and the NYC Department of Education recently hosted Women in Tech, which introduced female students from the City’s public schools to some of the New York City’s local tech companies. Students met with women working in various technology roles, and learned about a variety of career opportunities in the tech industry. More than 300 female students from 14 New York City public schools visited a local tech companies, including AOL/Huffington Post, AT&T, Etsy, Facebook, GE, General Assembly, Gilt Groupe, Google, Rent the Runway, Shutterstock, Tumblr, Twitter, XO Group and Yahoo!.

Visits to the tech companies featured office tours, breakout groups for students to connect with mentors and participate in one-on-one discussions with industry leaders, and panels where students had the opportunity to ask questions and hear firsthand from women in engineering, design, project management, entrepreneurship, and a variety of other positions in tech. 

From my vantage point, it was incredibly empowering for the girls to get to see women doing this work at a high level, and to see a workplace unlike any other they’ve seen. My kids rarely get out of the South Bronx and seeing something like that expands their minds incredibly. - SEP Teacher, MS 223: The Laboratory School of Finance and Technology, visit to Google

I just felt that Alex gave me a sort of inspiration to really put effort into software engineering and plus when she said that she loved her job I imagined myself possibly in the future saying that. and I’m really excited to see where this takes me.
- Student

In addition to Women in Tech, the City has developed a wide range of programs that provide professional development opportunities to students and build diversity in the tech sector. Since 2012, the City has connected over 300 high school and college students from diverse backgrounds with internships at technology companies in New York City. Learn more about these programs in New York City’s Digital Leadership 2013 Roadmap

Participating schools include Middle Schools: Mark Twain I.S. 239, Brooklyn; Middle School 223: The Laboratory School of Finance and Technology, Bronx; Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School 74, Queens; Ditmas Intermediate School, Brooklyn. And High Schools: Academy for Software Engineering, Manhattan; Cambria Heights Academy, Queens; Quest to Learn, Manhattan; Ralph R. McKee High School, Staten Island; Bronx Compass High School, Bronx; the Renaissance Charter High School for Innovation, Manhattan; Bronx Academy for Software Engineering, Bronx; High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology School, Brooklyn; Urban Assembly Gateway for Technology High School, Manhattan; Pathways College Preparatory School, Queens.

December 19th, 2013


The NYC Broadband Map launches today! See high-speed broadband availability and express demand in your neighborhood if it isn’t yet available.

There are almost 2,000 commercial buildings on the NYC Broadband Map already, but that represents only a fraction of the city. We need your help to fill in the blanks about broadband capacities available in your building. Check out the map to create an account and contribute your information today!

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November 26th, 2013

Reinvent 311: Mobile Content Challenge

Did you know that 311 gets 65,000 inquiries a day? 

Hosted by The City of New York, Code for America and Stack Exchange, we are inviting urban technologists, content creators, media professionals, civic developers and interested hackers to partner with NYC 311 and help make vital customer service information accessible on the web and through mobile devices.

Help us Reinvent 311. Register now for the Reinvent 311 mobile content challenge from November 26 - January 15, 2014: http://on.nyc.gov/Reinvent311

November 14th, 2013

Did you stop by NYC Digital and NYCEDC’s booth at the Uncubed tech startup career fair today (and meet our awesome staff, interns and fellows)? Find out more about your next dream job in NYC tech and get info at WeAreMadeinNY.com.

November 13th, 2013

NYC Web Development Fellowship: Pics from Day 1!


Via flatironschool:




Learn more about the program here.

Reblogged from Workforce1 Career Blog
November 8th, 2013


At Engadget Expand - innovations like Pensa’s DIWire bender, launching on Kickstarter soon: (at #ExpandNY — Engadget Expand)

Reblogged from Rachel S. Haot
October 29th, 2013


Thrilled to announce the opening of Staten Island MakerSpace, the borough’s first business incubator and a critical element of the City’s comprehensive strategy to further promote economic growth, boost tourism, and create jobs in downtown Staten Island. Staten Island MakerSpace joins 11 other incubators (and 4 forthcoming) in our citywide network.

Pay a visit to the Maker Space

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October 25th, 2013

Do you know young black men ages 14-17 who are interested in tech?

All Star Code is hosting their second free “Design a Startup in a Day” workshop at General Assembly on November 23rd. Applications are now open on a rolling basis, so the sooner you apply, the better!

Apply now at allstarcode.org/apply or email program@allstarcode.org with questions.

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