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5 Tips for Aspiring Latina Tech Entrepreneurs

National Entrepreneurs Day is a day that honors gritty, inspired, bootstrapped individuals who have built a business from the ground up. At #LatinaGeeks, we want to help you claim your stake in the tech world and launch your journey to successful entrepreneurship....

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Amazon Is Ready to Represent the Future

Amazon is hosting its first-ever virtual career enrichment summit specifically designed to bring together Black, Latinx, and Native American Professionals....

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5 Tips to Stay Secure Online

October is Cybersecurity Month and #LatinaGeeks is checking in to see if you’re staying safe online. It’s important to regularly go through a checklist and ensure that you are taking the necessary measures to manage your privacy, practice online safety, prevent fraud and stay safe.  Here are some tips to be…...

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Celebrating Jaqueline Cortez Wang for Hispanic Heritage Month

We’re continuing our celebration of Hispanic Heritage week by honoring brilliant woman in technology-focused careers. This week, we’re recognizing Jaqueline Cortez Wang who has had an  extraordinary career that began with an internship at NASA and later lead her to  an opportunity to serve as a Deputy Director for the…...

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Latinas Learn Cloud Computing Webinar

Cloud Computing is an imperative skill to learn in today’s tech industry. In fact, 90% of companies are on the cloud. Experts say 60% of workloads are running on a hosted cloud service in 2019....

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How Cloud Services Empower Businesses

With today’s emerging technologies, businesses are booming. But as more companies continue to thrive and expand, they are acquiring more locations and employees, which need a robust and secure IT infrastructure to support it all....

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Celebrating Aida Soria for Hispanic Heritage Month

For Hispanic Heritage Month, #LatinaGeeks is spotlighting some of the many incredible women working in technology-related fields today. And today’s honoree is a staple in the San Diego community—Aida Soria!...

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