Nyika discovered the latest and greatest in technology from around the globe. Some of the most notable were, craft brew apps to help you pair your personality to a specific beer type and new collaborations with the Government and the Department of Energy. She will be bringing all the details on some of the most exciting developments with her next week when she returns to New Mexico.
A local Santa Fe company, using the methodology from nanotechnology, to transition coffee from a commodity to artisanal drink. The ‘Third Wave Coffee’ device, allows for uniformity of saturation leading to a perfect cup of coffee, while it maintains temperature with a recirculating boiler.
The Third Wave Coffee device will be available on Kickstarter next week and look for this coffee maker to soon be on a future broadcast of New Mexico Living.
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Our talking tech expert, Nyika Allen, President and CEO of New Mexico Tech Council, joined New Mexico Living to explore some of the best tech options to help take the stress out of filing our taxes.
She brought with her two apps to help you this year. The first is from the Internal Revenue Service, which allows you to not only file your federal taxes, but you can track you return, refund and make payments right from the app. The second, from Intuit, is a calculator which allows you to estimate your refund or expected payment.
Both apps are compatible with iOS and android.
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Tech expert Nyika Allen, President, and CEO of the New Mexico Technology Council joined New Mexico Living to invite us to their 9th annual Women in Technology Celebration.
The celebration is designed to recognize the achievements of women working in New Mexico’s technology arena, promoting the role of women in tech and science, and encouraging women to pursue careers in these fields. The day will include awards to deserving women in tech and a scholarship for someone who is continuing their education in the field.
Our very own Carmelina Hart will be emceeing the event on Thursday, March 2nd at the Sandia Golf Club. Tickets and sponsorships are available online.
Our Talking Tech Expert, Nyika Allen from the New Mexico Tech Council joined New Mexico Living to explain the state of computer science in education. In today’s economy, computer science drives innovation yet it remains marginalized throughout K-12 education and data shows that tech is important for our kids.
STEM jobs are the jobs of the future, but there is a discrepancy in being able to obtain a Computer Science degree and the value of that degree. And New Mexico ranks extremely low in this field of study. The nation and New Mexico are working to make changes with the help of companies like code.org, who are working to expand access to Computer Science degrees.