Editor’s Note: Every week we send out an electronic newsletter featuring the most interesting career opportunities in the region. We affectionately called him This week in jobs (aka TWIJ – “twidge”). Below is this week’s edition; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.
A little over two centuries old, the pumpkin spice may have finally skipped the shark.
It wasn’t the PSLs appearing earlier and earlier.
It wasn’t the spicy pumpkin beer.
It wasn’t even the pumpkin spices SPAM.
It’s spicy with pumpkin dog food.
Sure, pumpkin has real health benefits for your dog, but will they even understand how trendy this treat is? Should we sprinkle the dish with a little all but bagel seasoning to top it off?
This latest development of pumpkin spice raises more questions than answers. As we reflect on the future of overexposed squash seasoning, take a look at this week’s news and new jobs.
This year Google Black Founders Fund for Startups cohort included Jim Gibbs, founder of the software company Power meter.
We are number 23! The Global startup ecosystem report 2021 of Starter genome ranked Pittsburgh among the top 25 emerging startup ecosystems.
Another type of mining: at the inauguration RustBuilt Conference, Stronghold Digital Mining’s co-founder Bill spence shared his fearless career transition from recovering coal mining to mining digital currency with beneficial impact on the environment.
Technically wants your feedback: Take our community survey by the end of September to help us better meet your local technical information needs. As a thank you, we select a handful of survey participants to win a $ 50 gift card or a signed copy of that of Guy Raz delivered, “How i built this. “
Is the future of work here? A group of RustBuilt experts discussed the future of the office.
And if you want Pittsburgh tech news like this delivered to your inbox every day of the week, sign up for Technical.ly’s daily newsletter.
Keep it spicy! We will see you here very soon.
If you want to check out new jobs in the Mid Atlantic region, go ahead and sift through the Technical.ly job board anytime.