Women in Tech – The Future is Ours

This Post was written by Bridge Technical Talent
Date posted: June 20, 2013

This is a Guest Post by Evelyn Livant in celebration of Women in Technology Month 2013.  Bridge is proud to work with so many talented women in the IT field.  This month, we offered a few of the professionals in our network the opportunity to utilize The Bridge Blog as a forum for sharing their […]

Insight from a Woman in Tech

This Post was written by Bridge Technical Talent
Date posted: June 12, 2013

In celebration of Women in Technology month, Bridge sat down with Jen Kramer – web developer, author, instructor, and lynda.com contributor – to hear about the journey of a woman in tech to seek her insight for young people considering a career in technology. 1.  Tell us about yourself. I have a BS in Biology and a MS in […]

Revamping College Tech Curricula

This Post was written by admin
Date posted: August 6, 2012

In the mid-1990’s, “webmaster” was among the hottest job titles. A webmaster was the person tasked with building a website for an organization, frequently one where they worked.  Coming from diverse backgrounds, and self-taught by necessity, webmasters mentored one another while building the early web. As publishers offered books on HTML, the first college tech […]

What is Joomla?

This Post was written by admin
Date posted: August 23, 2011

The second article in a series of three guest posts on CMS. Joomla is an open source content management system (CMS), founded in September 2005 as a fork from Mambo. Joomla is one of the three most popular open source content management systems in the world. It powers nearly 25 million websites, or 10.3% of […]