Kean University Students Create Photo App to Report Power Outages
Jason Bonafide and three classmates at Kean University,developed an app to check on power repair efforts. The photo app is open to the public so outage information could be crowdsourced.
North Jersey Users Find Glitches on Affordable Care Act website
An article in the Record says that computer glitches continued to plague the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
$4M facility Dubbed 'classroom of the future' at Essex County Newark Tech
A $4 million 'classroom of the future' that offers movable walls and students working at Apple laptops and using whiteboards was unveiled in Newark.
New Jersey Tech Opportunities Grow Dramatically
The number of New Jersey tech jobs is rising, driven by growing employer demand and state incentives. In an interview with Dice News, New Jersey Technology Council CEO and President Maxine Ballen said that the Garden State’s tech companies are adding positions while new businesses are also cropping up, resulting in an improving job environment.
RBR Students Place Fifth in CYBERLYMPICS
The RBR Academy of Information Technology "dream team" placed 5th out of 72 high school teams worldwide in the 2013 Cyberlympics Challenge. The top six teams were honored as the top high school global scorers.