The Financial Revolutionist has complied, and then exceeded, a list of 200 revolutionists in fintech. The list has been curated over a number of weeks through research and nomination. Over the past thirteen weeks, the list has been slowly released based on the category.
HUNTINGTON — Over 1,800 people packed the historic Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center in downtown Huntington on Wednesday afternoon to hear insights and advice from four of the world’s top CEOs.
HUNTINGTON — NewForce, a six-month, tuition-free software development training program, has opened applications for their third cohort in Huntington.
What do you think of when you hear about West Virginia? Is it the Mountaineer Spirit? Coal mining? A home you left? Innovation? If you’re not from the great Mountain State, the last on that list may peak your interest.
Innovation: The process of translating an idea or invention into a good or service that creates value or for which customers will pay (1).
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Funding for West Virginia through the Appalachian Regional Commission for local business, technology, and job-creating took center stage on Friday in the Kanawha Valley.
Recently appointed by Governor Jim Justice, Cabinet Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Commerce, Ed Gaunch visited the Core10 Hereshore® Development Center in Huntington yesterday afternoon. Following a successful career in insurance and active involvement in community organizations, Secretary Gaunch is excited to be serving the great state of West Virginia by furthering to develop economic agency.
There are deep pools of talent between the coastal hubs.
America is booming with emerging technology, but much of the innovation and development has gravitated to either coast, in places such as New York City and San Francisco. As a result of demand, the cost of talent in such locations can be exponentially higher than in other parts of the country.
From the very inception of Core10 three years ago, Deb Stinson has been a vital member of the team. Though her official title is Engineer III, she is known as a jack-of-all-trades serving as a project lead, scrum master, QA wizard and office plant guru at any given time. Deb works out of our Huntington, West Virginia Hereshore® Development Center. Deb came to Core10 as a graduate from Marshall University with a Bachelor’s in Computer Information Technology and a Master’s in Health Informatics, but also holds an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University.
Hereshore® is Core10’s way to describe our unique model of developing software exclusively in the US, utilizing technology talent based in America's heartland. It allows us to maintain high-quality standards, yet keeps costs low for our clients based on the cost of living in the cities and towns where we locate our hereshore development centers.
These non-traditional markets bring their challenges; if it were easy to establish a development presence there, everyone would be doing it. But we feel strongly about the
“We don’t want to offshore, we want to hereshore and provide those jobs here in America.” ~ US Dept of Labor Secretary
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The public community and technical college system in West Virginia is getting a major boost when it comes to apprenticeship programs.