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Sela Canada helps improve maternal outcomes for pregnant women without a fixed address

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Sela Canada took home the 2014 Microsoft Humanitarian Response Citizenship Award for their work with the My Baby and Me Passport, a tool to improve maternal and child health outcomes for young, pregnant homeless and marginally housed women. “We are deeply honored

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Posted in Miscellaneous, Stories

HTML Toronto delivers open learning and technology to communities

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HTML Toronto is all about teaching and engaging people who want to learn about web technologies. It all started as a meetup group and  evolved into supporting the wider local community. The group continuously pushes the edge of HTML technology

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Here’s to the new faces.

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Welcome to the rebooted Make Web Not War website 2.0. Along with the usual suspects, we’ve added some fresh faces to the team! Each one of our FNGs (double acronym on G for girl/guy) will be sharing their story in

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Make Web Not War Windows 8 app is out

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Just out from the oven, the Windows 8 application for our Make Web Not War blog is now live on the Windows Store! Like I wrote in my blog post about MetroPress, the guys from IdeaNotion were working on a version

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Open Source & Microsoft, some resources

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Are you serious? A blog post about Microsoft, and Open Source! Yes, we have been playing well with others for a couple of years now, and I think it would be nice to let you know about some resources for

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Posted in Geek Speak

Java also loves the Cloud

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Fellow Java developers, I didn’t want to leave you alone yesterday with my blog post about PHP in the cloud. As a former Java developer, I created Java applications and Applets for around 5 years, I’m sure you also want

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