Veteran talks about her journey from the military to a successful IT career

She went from sleeping on an air mattress in a friend’s living room to buying a house, all as a single mom. This program helped her get started.

TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Alpha Germain, people program specialist for Accenture, and Mark Testoni of SAP NS2 about NS2 Serves, a program to help veterans transition into civilian IT jobs. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation.

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Karen Roby: NS2 Serves is a nonprofit that provides IT training to veterans. This is a program

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Holiday Gift Guide: Best Streaming Services of 2020

Help your friends make it through the winter in the Northern Hemisphere with the gift of a subscription an entertainment or fitness services.

Digital subscriptions are the perfect gifts. A digital subscription can help a friend or family member stay fit or find new shows to watch as the colder weather keeps people indoors. There are options to give a gift for only a month or an entire year. All you need is a credit card and the recipient’s email at your fingertips. 

Check out these subscriptions that will give your family or friends the chance to try out new

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Google Meet will now let you virtually raise your hand – here’s how

Now you’ve got no excuse for interrupting someone.

Raise your hand in the air like you just DO care (about proper video meeting etiquette) 

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Eight months into working from home and many of us are still struggling with video calling etiquette. Do I look into the camera, or at the screen? How do I know when it’s my turn to speak? And how do I ask a question without interrupting someone? (
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Google, it seems, may have an answer. The company announced a roster of new features for

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Developer training sees spike in demand as more people learn to code

The pandemic has sent more people to seek out coding courses as a means of upskilling and future-proofing themselves in times of economic uncertainty.

80% of businesses plan to accelerate automation over the next five years, according to a recent WEF report.

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With the world rapidly becoming more tech-focused and data-driven, the importance of programming and other digital literacy skills will only increase.

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According to a report by World Economic Forum in October, 80% of businesses plan to accelerate the automation of work processes over the next five years, while half are set to

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