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“It just happened all of a sudden … a whole cultural shift that took a life of its own,” said Sesh Venugopal with the excitement of someone who truly believes he is part and parcel in an ongoing revolution.
It’s been a busy first year for Tech Tuesday. We’ve covered everything from student-created startups to University-funded cancer research. We’ve written rants about net neutrality and the entrepreneurship scene at Rutgers.
When we started covering the tech scene at the University in September 2013, we didn’t really know what we were getting into. Believe it or not, one of our initial fears was that we wouldn’t have enough content to fill a weekly column.
After chronicling the birth of the Rutgers tech scene and speaking to more than a dozen students and faculty involved, I asked myself a basic question: what are the fruits of their labor?
In February, Netflix was required to pay Comcast, one of the nation’s largest Internet service providers, to ensure Netflix’s high traffic did not take up a considerable amount of its overall bandwith.
Imagine a world where the Internet is like cable television.
Nick DeNuzzo, a School of Management and Labor Relations senior, demonstrates his product, a cell phone wallet called the RooPouch.
The ubiquity of online resources has made it easier than ever for aspiring entrepreneurs to start a web business. Student startups have become synonymous with coding.
Chris Ghanem, a Rutgers alumnus, who works for InnoviMobile, talks about the importance of the non-technical side of work.
“Tech Meetup,” held on Friday at the Busch Campus Center, witnessed a large crowd.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers presented their robot, Navi, at the event.
“You’re very perceptive. It does indeed look like a hockey stick,” read the initial presentation shown at the “Tech Meetup” held on Friday night in Center Hall at the Busch Campus Center.
Kipin Hall is an online classroom management system that could soon replace Sakai. It has a more convenient mobile component which Sakai lacks.
Kipin Hall, an online classroom management system that could soon replace Sakai, offers students something they are not used to — a system that is easy to use.
Daniel Borowski, a School of Arts and Sciences junior and former intern at BuzzFeed Inc., joined The Daily Targum’s “Tech Tuesday” section.
Just a year ago, articles in The Daily Targum about technology initiatives were far and few between. Today, “Tech Tuesday” regularly exposes projects developed by students, professors and members of the local community. It’s been a thoroughly gratifying experience, and we are deeply grateful to our supportive readership.
A train traveler uses NJ Rails at the New Brunswick train station. It lets users receive notifications for their train line and departure.
While working as a full-time database engineer in Pennsylvania, Mark Novak spent his nights and weekends teaching himself mobile app development for iOS.
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