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4×4: 27Global

September 22, 2021

Newsroom After 18 years at Accenture followed by a stint as COO for a small software company, I realized there was a market opportunity for high quality software engineering. Companies are stuck between hiring a very expensive local consulting boutique and throwing their project over the wall to an offshore team. I addressed this gap…

4×4: Mongo DB

September 14, 2021

Newsroom In 2007, MongoDB‘s founders had to manage 400k ads per second a company called DoubleClick. After Google acquired them, they launched their MongoDB database as an Open Source project and it was rapidly adopted because of its developer friendly JSON document model. MongoDB IPO’d in 2017 and has since become a general purpose database…

Tech For Teachers

August 31, 2021

Newsroom KC TECH COUNCIL LAUNCHES “TECH FOR TEACHERS”, REIMBURSEMENT FUND FOR CLASSROOM TECH TOOL The KC Tech Council has launched a fund to reimburse teachers for tech-related expenses they’ve personally made for their classrooms. Tech for Teachers will help alleviate that financial burden that many teachers face. The program invites any K-12 teacher in the…

Women In STEM: Eunice Newton Foote

August 30, 2021

Newsroom Eunice Newton Foote, 1819-1888 Eunice Newton Foote discovered carbon dioxide’s ability to absorb heat and theorized that if the Earth’s air filled with more CO2, the planet’s temperature would rise. That was in 1856. Foote’s brief scientific paper unknowingly identified the foundational cause of global warming, the basis of today’s climate change crisis. Foote’s…



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