TechnologyAdvice to unveil new tech workspace

Guest post courtesy of TechnologyAdvice TechnologyAdvice will officially unveil its new headquarters and technology workspace on Tuesday, March 8, at 4:30 p.m. Food will be served inside the building after the ribbon-cutting, and NashCocktail, the monthly technology meetup hosted by TechnologyAdvice, will start afterwards at 6 p.m. Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, as well as the Nashville Software School (NSS) and …

Nashville’s STEM income growth leads the nation

New research published by personal finance website SmartAsset.com cites Nashville as one of the best U.S. metros for high-paying jobs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). In their second annual study of the top cities for STEM salaries, SmartAsset averaged typical pay for the three overarching STEM job categories, as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics: computer and …

UK-based Learning Technologies Group purchases Nashville-based software firm Rustici Software, LLC

Guest post by Tim Martin, partner, Rustici Software Rustici Software, an e-learning company founded in Middle Tennessee in 2002, has been acquired by Learning Technologies Group PLC (LTG), a publicly listed learning technologies agency made up of specialist digital learning businesses. As a part of LTG, we’re excited to have the opportunity to work with the other companies within their …

Nashville lands on list of great cities for new tech grads

Business research firm DataFox has released a new study that ranks Nashville fifth among 10 cities that it calls “secretly great” for recent tech graduates. The ranking was based on affordability, growth potential, and the availability of mentorship and networking opportunities. “Nashville’s sneaky-great tech scene offers career resources without the frenzy,” says DataFox’s writeup on Music City, which also cites …