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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny is in Castlebar this morning (Friday) to announce the creation of 19 new technology jobs in a leading cloud computing company.
NUI Galway is offering a number of free places on five part-time courses under the Government’s Springboard initiative, addressing skills needs in the areas of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Medical Device Science, and Lean and Quality Systems.
Following from the success of the WIN mentoring Buddy Programme, there will be a second evening held on November 7 from 7pm to 8.30pm in the Menlo Park Hotel under the continued facilitating efforts of Marie Devane of Devance Careers.
Cloud Computing and Digital Marketing are the Buzz words in today’s business community. An opportunity to demystify cloud technology and digital media is being offered on October 11 in Pillo Hotel Galway from 8am – 11am. This free event will include a networking breakfast at 8am
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, has launched a new €2 million programme to encourage groups of businesses to collaborate to achieve specific business objectives, improve competitive advantage, create mutual financial gain – and ultimately create jobs.
Local Galway city weather is now available on your smartphone via an android app. The app arose from a collaboration between the disciplines of information technology and civil engineering at NUI Galway. The weather data is provided by the IRUSE research group at NUI Galway led by Dr Marcus Keane, Lecturer in Energy Systems Engineering at the University.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, this week launched a new €2million programme to encourage groups of businesses to collaborate to achieve specific business objectives, improve competitive advantage, create mutual financial gain – and ultimately create jobs.
A research programme in cloud computing involving the Software Research Institute at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has received €1.2 million in funding from the Government.
Software development students in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) are fast gaining recognition for apps they are developing for the Windows Phone market such as Labyrinth Madness, Space Shooter, Translate the World, Funix and Xylofun, to name a few.
The jobs front in Galway was given a much needed boost earlier this week when it was announced that cloud computing company SourceDogg.com is to create 80 jobs.