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Tips for Self-Care & Your Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As we are processing the ongoing lifestyle changes necessary to keep the world healthy in relation to COVID-19, there is an increased need for self-care and well-being practices to help us keep our wellness top of mind throughout it all. Many are sharing tips on how to keep yourself from getting sick at this time....
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Women in Tech History: Dr. Gladys West

In honor of Women’s History Month, Theta is continuing our annual series in the Month of March that looks to honor and bring recognition to women of the past and present in computer technology. Women have shifted and molded computer science since the nineteenth century and will continue to shape and mold the future of...
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Modern Digital Firms and Their Modern Technologies: How They are Changing the Professional Services Landscape

Despite the level of skill and expertise that professionals across different industries boast, it is apparent that most of the work carried out in professional settings can be repetitive, tedious, and in most cases, scenarios requiring many resources. Recent statistics suggest that nearly 37% of the time spent by industry professionals around the workspace is...
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The Advantages of Remote Working in Tech

Ten years ago, remote working was a pipe dream. The ability to do a full day’s work while not being in an office is something that has been challenged before, and to this day, leaves people on either side of the fence. Since 2005, the number of people working from home has increased by 140%,...
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Staying Up to Date in Technology – A Partial Guide for Techies of Color from a Techie of Color

It’s a world of ever-changing technology, and it’s quite uneasy for anyone to rely on a piece of knowledge for a long time without thinking of improving on it. The struggle becomes even tougher for people of color out there looking to survive on legit hustles. What was new and hot yesterday, may become old...
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Black Tech History: Celebrating Black History Month Pt. 2 – Philip Emeagwali

Continuing our trend of highlighting prominent African Americans that have contributed to the progression of tech innovation for Black History Month, Theta would like to share another historical figure who has impacted the tech industry in the last 100 years. Philip Emeagwali, Ph.D. Philip Emeagwali, Ph.D., is a Nigerian-American Computer Scientist known for being the...
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Health IT SIN awarded to Theta!!

Theta is excited to announce the addition of the Health IT SIN 132-56 to our existing GSA IT Schedule 70 vehicle! The GSA’s IT Schedule 70 is the largest, most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government. It provides direct access to products, services, and solutions from more than 5,000 certified industry partners. The...
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Women’s History in Tech

In honor of Women’s History Month, Theta is concluding the month by honoring women of the past and present in computer technology. Women have shifted and molded computer science since the nineteenth century and will continue to shape and mold the future of computer technology. Ada Lovelace Becomes the World’s First Computer Programmer Ada Lovelace...
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Black Tech History: Celebrating Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, we wanted to celebrate this month of history by sharing some of the historical figures who have impacted the tech industry in the last 100 years. There have been many African-Americans that have contributed to the progression of technology as we know it. Roy L. Clay Sr.- Computer Programmer...
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