If Tech Really Wants to Help the Homeless, It Should Hire Them

If Tech Really Wants to Help the Homeless, It Should Hire Them

To bridge the divide between San Francisco's wealthy tech workers and their impoverished neighbors, organizations like Code Tenderloin are trying to get disadvantaged people into tech companies. They teach skills like coding and help students craft resumes, but even with all these new skills the greatest challenge facing Code Tenderloin graduates is convincing a company to take a chance on them.

Here Are LG's New Smartwatches

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The F-35 Scores Impressive 15:1 Kill Ratio at Red Flag War Games

The F-35 Scores Impressive 15:1 Kill Ratio at Red Flag War Games