Net Health was proud to be a sponsor at the Fox Chapel Area High School Hackathon. Hackathon was an event where students interested in computer programming gathered to both learn and apply skills in computer programming and robotics to a concept of their choice. Representatives from Eaton, Google, Carnegie Mellon University, .itech, and University of Pittsburgh were present to critique the final products. It was up to the teams discretion what they wanted to create, the only real stipulation was that it had to be technology focused. With Net Health being in the software space, seeing all the brilliantly innovative young minds churn ideas and work together to find solutions was a perfect way to spend a Saturday.
Diversity in the workplace is an on-going issue but it’s an issue with solutions. To build diversity, it takes forward-thinking initiatives, a reexamination of the hiring philosophy, and the support of the company’s decision-makers. One such supporter of diversity in the workplace is Net Health’s CIO, Jason “JJ” James. Recent social movements like Black Lives […]Read More