The computer science program at OSU Cascades is looking for a second, full-time teaching professor. Marc Rubin, the Computer Science Program Lead, says the position requires someone with extensive industry experience and at least a Master’s Degree in Computer Science.
Bart and Ashleigh Mitchell started Goodkid Foods out of sheer necessity: They were tired of feeding their kids crap. Sugary crap to be exact. The parents of two young kids found themselves relying on snack bars that often seemed more than like dessert than a healthy nosh between meals.
BendTECH’s new co-working space is now officially open for business. Here are a few photos of what it all looks like … There’s only a couple of desks left. So jump on it if you’re interested.
February’s PubTalk is scheduled for
tonight next Thursday (sorry!) — and the lineup features JuJu, founded by Julia Junkin. When we interviewed Junkin for #50startups in December, she described her JuJu app as “emoticons on crack.” The app allows you to remix existing art into your own creative expressions and then instantly send them to your family and friends.
The new Bend User Experience Design Meetup, a discussion group for UX/UI professionals and those interested in the field, focuses each month on a topic and idea exchange. They will meet at the just-opened BendTech on February 25 at 6:30pm. The topic will be The Internet of Things, which could be really cool or the start of SkyNet.
Want a tech job in Bend? Navis is aiming to hire more than two dozen tech positions — including 9 developers — by the end of May. The company makes reservation and marketing automation software for the hospitality industry, and they’re growing.
Cairn, the Bend-based subscription box company for outdoor lovers, is nearing its first birthday — and it’s full-speed ahead. In the past few months the startup has hired brand expert Bill Inman, previously with ExOfficio, Merrell and Nike, and set up new nonprofit partnerships. Along the way, the company has also garnered a few thousand box subscribers.