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Missouri Expands Opportunity for Computer Science and Technology Education

Last week, the Missouri legislature passed a bill that would expand access to computer science education across the state. Set to be implemented by the 2019–2020 school year, the measure will assist educators in furthering computer science education for students K-12. The passage of this legislation has been endorsed by several area technology proponents, including the KC Tech Council and the Missouri Chamber of Commerce. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2G3Duzb
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Awards Underscore Growth of Kansas City’s Thriving Startup Culture

Two Kansas City startups each recently earned $10,000 in awards through a program promoting gigabit app development. OnTimeSocial and PlanIT Impact were among 11 startup companies honored this by US Ignite, a startup accelerator which seeks to leverage networking technologies to build stronger smart communities. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2KswO0W
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Kansas City Suburb Named Among Nation’s Top Small Cities for Startups

A Kansas City suburb has cracked the list of the top 10 lowest-cost small cities for starting a business, according to a recent nationwide report. The findings, produced by the personal finance website WalletHub, were based on office space affordability, labor costs, corporate taxes and cost of living. Learn how this unheralded Kansas City community is contributing to the area’s startup culture: https://bit.ly/2FjmTHl
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Twentyseven Global Receives Outstanding Client Review
“If you’re looking for a development team that’s going to provide you with a quality product, keep you informed throughout the process and that you will enjoy working with, Steve and the team at Twentyseven Global will be your guys. I can’t thank them enough for saving us from our other development team. They’ve set us up for future success and we absolutely recommend them,” Troy Fairchild CEO, Bids Made Easy. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2GRX9H5
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Missouri Schools Planning to Boost Computer Science Classes
The amount of open tech jobs in the Kansas City area is making Missouri take a closer look at adding computer science classes to the state’s current public school curriculum. The Missouri State Legislature is currently weighing a bill aimed at getting the state's public school students to take computer science in high school. Read more: https://bit.ly/2pPBiVZ
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Twentyseven Global Launched Custom Web Portal for Startup, Tre
Tre is a startup company offering a mobile-based, customer engagement platform. The experts at Twentyseven Global created a customer web portal and Administrative backend for brands to manage content and Tre administrators to manage customer accounts, users, reporting and billing. Learn more about the project: http://bit.ly/2FAMEal
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How to Choose the Best Programming Language For a Software Development Project
One of the first decisions we make for any software development project is selecting the right programming language. Read an interview with Matt Henley, our vice president of client service in Kansas City, for insight as to how Twentyseven Global finds and selects the best languages and frameworks to solve our clients’ unique business challenges: http://bit.ly/2kVrXcL
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Kansas City Named A Top City for Women In Tech
A new study focusing on women in the tech workforce shows that Kansas City, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland closely follow Washington D.C. as the best cities for women in tech. Kansas City is also the only metro area where women, on average, earn two percent more than men in the technology industry. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2HAlE93
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Kansas City Named Second City for Women in Tech
Kansas City remains the second best city in the U.S. for women in technology for four years in a row, just behind Washington D.C., according to a new study by SmartAsset. The study looks at several areas, including gender pay gap, income after housing, women’s representation in the workforce and growth in employment. Census data compared 58 cities that have at least 200,000 residents. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2F8Anqd
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Kansas City Reaps Rewards from Smart Tech Investments
Kansas City has been called one of the top performers in the country when it comes to smart city innovation. From the KC Streetcar to the Living Lab smart city development workshop, both the private and public sector are dedicated to improving everyday life for residents by investing in technology. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2ERNGvT
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