Small businesses do not have the resources to invest in substantial IT staffing or technologies, and they often fall victim to a variety of cyberattacks. We've lost tens of thousands of dollars due to this malicious h...
I am beyond words. All the emails and phone calls in your time of need really show you who your family and friends are. Much appreciated!
I'm a self-taught coder who, after eight months of teaching myself how to code, landed a job in tech at an automotive software engineering company. In less than a year and a half, I became project manager for two radar development teams where we helped develop software such as the Blind Spot Detection (BSD), Lane Change Assistance (LCA), and Rear Traffic Cross Assistance (RTCA) that we use in our vehicles today. I wanted everyone to learn how to code, so I started volunteering at my son's school. I realized urban students were taught how to play online coding games disguised as coding lessons, so I was happy that I got a chance to share my skillset with others. I've always wanted to develop my own software, being that I love true crime shows like C.B.S.'s Equalizer with Queen Latifah, S.W.A.T, and F.B.I. Where we get to see agents use sophisticated software, intellect, and expertise to collect, compile, or analyze information (known as intelligence) so much. That I decided to create our own software called M.O.S.T. because I knew there were people out there just like me who would want to play. Unfortunately, we experienced a hack and need your support to re-open.
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