LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The University of Louisville is partnering with the Humana Foundation and Interapt to offer free information technology training to unemployed and underemployed local...
New tuition-free coding school to launch in West Virginia
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Officials say West Virginia has a new, tuition-free coding school.
The Herald-Dispatch reports Huntington Mayor Steve Williams was among officials who announced the launch of NewForce on Thursday at Mountwest Community and Technical College. Potential students do not need experience in coding, software development or math.
HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston businessman indicted last year in a case that federal prosecutors called a $32 million investment scam linked to software development has died.
Attorney Dick DeGuerin says his client, 63-year-old Ray Charles Davis, had been ill and died Saturday at a Houston hospital. DeGuerin had no cause of death but said Tuesday that Davis had heart, gastrointestinal and circulation issues.
Akron’s NicheVision develops crime-fighting DNA analysis software for law enforcement
Akron's NicheVision develops crime-fighting DNA analysis software for law enforcement
AKRON, Ohio – Nestled in the shadows of the city's former rubber industry, forensic software development company NicheVision seeks to change how DNA is analyzed by law enforcement.
Houston businessman arrested in $32M securities fraud case
HOUSTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a Houston businessman has been indicted in a $32 million investment scheme linked to a software development company he founded.
Officials say 62-year-old Ray Charles Davis was arrested Thursday. Davis was indicted Dec. 7 on one count of securities fraud and 20 counts of wire fraud.
Officials: Tech company seeks $3.3M in state tax credits
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island officials say a Pennsylvania-based financial technology company is seeking up to $3.3 million in tax credits and other financial incentives from the state as it plans to establish a software development office in Providence.
Serial entrepreneur Ed Harris co-founded Persoft Inc. in 1982 — it became a well-known high-tech company in Madison during most of the ’80s and early ’90s. But, Harris acknowledges, his memories of Persoft were peopled with more than computers and software.
“The real highlight of my years at Persoft was our annual chocolate festival, a fiercely competitive multi-week event that carried us through the cold days of January and February,” says Harris, a chocoholic who got the event going.
Honeywell: Facility, division headquarters to be in Atlanta
ATLANTA (AP) — Manufacturing and engineering company Honeywell announced Monday that it will create a software development center in Atlanta and relocate a key division's headquarters to the city, two moves totaling about $19 million and requiring about 800 employees.
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