As Startup Santa Fe noted: "Web, mobile and other development fields are changing more rapidly than ever before - and our community includes great folks working in most of these areas.
Santa Fe has a Meet Up for Software Developers. Come to meet others, share ideas, projects and updates (most meetups include 3-5 short presentations) and keep up to date with what everyone else is doing.
See more at Startup Santa Fe or visit the link for
Santa Fe Software Developer Meet Up.
On August 25, 2016, Women in Technology will host a breakfast meeting featuring updates on careers for women in the IT sector.
Renay Moya serves as Vice President of Technology Staffing for Robert Half Technology in New Mexico and facilitates recruiting, job placement, and employment consultation. She will share information on IT hiring, the hottest jobs today, and specialties and skills in high demand. She will offer advice on how to build the IT career you want.
Reserve tickets here.
Santa Fe County has launched a new app, which is an extension of the recently released online interactive trails map available online at www.santafenmtrue.com
The app features maps for County, City, Forest Service, and private Galisteo Basin Preserve trails and is available for both apple and android mobile phones.
Developed by Mindshare Labs, the app can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store, or Google Play Store by searching for “Santa Fe County Trails.” The map app contains trail descriptions, elevation profiles, images, parking locations, and contact info. The map allows users to search for trails based on user type and includes paved, soft surface single track, double track, trails and roads.
Mindshare Labs is a local award-winning Santa Fe app and website development company and design agency focused on responsive web design and mobile application development, branding, and internet consulting.
From the Santa Fe County website
Speaking of Trails, Here are a A Few Santa Fe Accolades:
• Silver level Ride Center, International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA)
• Top Ten Mountain Biking Destinations in North America, Singletracks Magazine
• Top Mountain Biking Towns, USA Today
• Top Ten Towns for High Altitude Running, Outside Magazine
• Dale Ball Trail System rated one of the 25 Best Trail Runs in America, Runners World Magazine
Outdoor Related Happenings,
• New daily shuttle to the Santa Fe Ski Area (equipped with bike racks)
• Google Treks option for exploring local trails
After 8 weeks of rigorous daily classes, students from Shiprock High School graduated from the Cultivating Coders summer bootcamp and are now Junior Software Developers!
Cultivating Coders is a New-Mexico born and locally-based nonprofit dedicated to providing coding training to rural and underserved communities. A W.I.O.A (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) certified traveling coding bootcamp, Cultivating Coders brings laptops, instructors, and technical training in web application development to rural and underserved urban areas with help and vision from organizations and partners that provide space, internships and equipment. Teach for America helped support this program and Navajo instructors helped make the bootcamp a success.
More Coding bootcamps are already scheduled including courses starting in August in Las Cruces, in September in Farmington and Albuquerque, and next winter in Santa Fe.
To learn more visit www.cultivatingcoders.org
StartUp Santa Fe is dedicated to "Building Creative Entrepreneurism in the City Different."
Dropbox is a visual mobile app development platform for developers to more efficiently build truly native IOS and Android apps. Right now, Dropbox is in private Beta mode and has partnered with StartUp Santa Fe to offer our region's startup/tech community for free. Join the Beta or contact Bonn Macy at StartUp Santa Fe to learn more at email@example.com.