The digital disruption of traditional industries, a shift to cloud-based software, and an increase in working remotely all have the potential to give Nevada County an advantage in growing our local tech economy.
Nevada County Tech Connection’s Talent Development task force recently hosted the second in a series of Tech Talent Forums designed to enhance awareness of Nevada County tech companies and tech talent needs.
This month, Mary L Gorden gave a thought-provoking talk at Silicon Mountain’s Mountain Minds Monday event in Truckee. Gorden worked as a programmer from 1966 to 2001, specializing in the magnetic strips and chips on credit cards.
The Startup Resources section on the NCTC website features valuable information to help start-ups avoid common mistakes.
The Capital Region AR/VR Pitch Fest in Sacramento on August 29 will feature presentations by start-up & early-stage AR or VR companies.
Tahoe Pitch Camp & Showcase return to Truckee with workshops and a showcase for entrepreneurs.
The Nevada County tech community has to band together to have a voice at the policy making table for broadband internet.
Local tech companies work with the Nevada County Tech Connection (NCTC) to bring young tech employees to the county.
The forum’s goal was to discuss ways to create a sustainable pipeline of local skilled tech talent by building enhanced community partnerships.