Blog Archives: Tampa Bay Tech

One of the most rewarding parts of what we do at The Iron Yard is hosting kids coding classes. Our instructors volunteer their time on a regular basis to make sure kids in every community where we operate have a chance to be exposed to what it’s like to code.… Read More
Today’s section of Python Programming for Absolute Beginners discussed infinite loops. Here’s the bastardized example I used to display an infinite loop: Read More
Mad Mobile, Inc. announced that it has acquired the assets of KidoZen, Inc., a company recognized by Gartner as a Cool Vendor for Mobile App Development in 2015. The KidoZen mobile platform currently powers enterprise mobile applications for Citrix, Koch Industries, JM Family Enterprises, IFF, Bell & Howell, and other… Read More
Tampa Bay Innovation Center, an innovation and entrepreneurship center for technology businesses, will present its December TECH Talk program on Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 at 8:30 a.m. at Microsoft Headquarter offices, 5426 Bay Center Dr., Suite 700, Tampa. Read More
RedVector, the leader in eLearning and workforce training solutions for the architecture, engineering, construction, industrial and facility management industries, was announced as a 2015 Corporate Philanthropy Awards Finalist by the Tampa Bay Business Journal this week for outstanding philanthropic efforts. Read More
Like most good advice, customer success sounds really simple, but gets complicated once you want to implement it in your own business. So instead of waxing poetical on its many virtues (and there are many), let’s take the For Dummies approach and drill down into what really counts: Read More
As Florida's tourism industry has set record after record in the past few years, some have cried foul that a newcomer to the lodging business is not playing by the same rules. That changes now as Airbnb, a website that connects tourists and business travelers to available rooms other than… Read More
According to the district's survey results, 22.4 percent of elementary parents and students supported added STEM magnets in the coming years, more than any other subject. The district recently opened a STEAM magnet (that's STEM plus arts) with a lengthy waiting list. Read More
The holidays are approaching and 2015 is going to fade away turning into a brand new year filled with innovation and opportunity. What lies ahead? We wanted to look into the future and see the new tech tools, toys and apps around the corner. Read More
LocalShops1 Creator Ester Venouziou is partnering with the Gulfport Area Chamber of Commerce to offer eight Tampa Bay area female entrepreneurs the chance to compete for up to $70,000 in prizes during the Small Business Association InnovateHER Challenge. Read More