Technology Essentials

Innovation is more than a spark.  It is process that requires a road map to the essential skills and industry trends in technology.  The Tech Collective recognizes this by providing high-quality trainings and educational workshops that are necessary for the tech ecosystem.

Previous trainings and workshops: 

  • Software Development
  • UX/UI
  • API Dev
  • Computer Programing
  • Data Analytics


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April 2020

Microsoft Teams: Tips and Tricks to a Productive and Connected Work Day

April 9 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

Microsoft Teams – The NEW Lifeblood of Your Business: Tips and Tricks to a Productive and Connected Work Day Before the pandemic hit, Microsoft Teams was probably the most underutilized program Microsoft offered. Today? It is arguably the “lifeblood” of your business. Many of us are forced to work from home and rely on collaboration tools like Teams to stay connected (to our employees, clients and colleagues) and stay business-as-usual. If you are a Microsoft Office 365 customer, did you…

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Data Telling a Story

April 23 @ 10:10 am - 10:40 am EDT

Data talks – it tells stories. Data talks – it tells stories. We will teach you how to listen to data and create an engaging narrative to let your data finally be heard. Learn how to untangle intersections, factors and outliers like a pro, poke holes in logic, and be empowered to make choices fully embracing a data driven culture. About the presenter: Julie Blackburn is a Data Scientist and data literacy advocate working at Blackburn Labs, which primarily focuses…

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May 2020

Ethical Considerations in the Era of Data

May 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

Tech Collective understands the power of collective collaboration and together, with our Committees, has drafted a plan to support you. The purpose of this virtual event is to help the community to think about the ethical implications of data on individuals, society, and industry. Sometimes we forget, or get too busy, to consider if hasty handling and interpretation of data could support inappropriate conclusions and unintentionally encourage flawed actions or policies. We will explore the ways in which data might…

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