The Nerdery Launches Prime Digital Academy, A School For Software Engineers

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“Minneapolis – (December 15, 2015) – Twin Cities-based custom software company The Nerdery today announced its launch of Prime Digital Academy (Prime), a school for software engineers. Prime is accepting applications from prospective students today at http://primeacademy.io for its beta cohort starting March 3.”

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The Nerdery’s US expansion continues – next up: Kansas City

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By Rob Roberts, Kansas City Business Journal

The Nerdery, a fast-growing Minneapolis-based technology company, will add 100 high-paying jobs and make a $4.3 million capital investment in downtown Kansas City during the next five years, the firm announced Wednesday.

The company, which develops custom interactive technology to solve clients’ business needs, employs 33 at the Western Union Building, 100 E. Seventh St. It moved to the building a couple of months ago and recently leased the 25,000 square feet on its third and fourth floors to accommodate the expansion.”

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The Nerdery expands to Arizona and plans to hire more than 150

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By Hayley Ringle, Phoenix Business Journal

The Nerdery has gone west. The Bloomington-based Web software and mobile app developer opened its fourth office in Phoenix, where it wants to hire more than 150 employees during the next four years.  The Nerdery works with five-person start ups to billion-dollar companies, including Yahoo, Target, Google and Microsoft.”

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Multiple Minnesota tech companies are on the 2014 Inc. 500 / 5000

Screen Shot 2014-08-20 at 1.56.15 PMInc. magazine announced today this years ranking of “the nation’s fastest growing privately held companies,” ubiquitously known as the Inc. 500/5000.

Overall, 94 Minnesota-based companies earned their place on this years list and roughly 39 are considered to be tech companies (17 product and 22  service).  One stands out (again!) as the top Minnesota tech performer: Field Nation, ranked 445 with 1,073% 3yr. growth and $43.3m revenue last year.

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Where to catch Google I/O in Minnesota

Screen Shot 2014-06-21 at 1.13.47 PMIf you’re like most Minnesotans, chances are you won’t be in San Francisco this week for I/O 2014.

Where’s the next best place to get together with those who share your your curiosity and passion for tech? There’s at least three live streaming meetup gatherings for those in the Twin Cities area who want their feed their fix:
 

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Hack for MN 2014 is coming to the Nerdery this June

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“Hosted by Open Twin Cities,  Hack for MN 2014 will be the second annual gathering of passionate and  engaged citizens given the opportunity to explore and drive solutions for local community needs. Hack for MN is Minnesota’s contribution to Hack for Change, the White House sponsored national event that draws citizens, community leaders, government representatives, designers, and technologists to events in 90+ cities around the country to empower communities via new tools and novel ideas.”

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See the Nerdery’s nonprofit website makeover before-and-afters

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By Jim Hammerand, Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal

“More than 300 web professional volunteers spent 24 consecutive hours April 12 and 13 building websites for nonprofits at no charge through The Nerdery’s Overnight Website Challenge.

View a gallery of before-and-after comparisons of the nonprofit websites here.

The Bloomington-based software and app development firm says more than 114 nonprofits have received more than $4 million worth of free professional services since the first Overnight Website Challenge in 2008.”

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Overnight Website Challenge Helps Non-profits Boost Online Presence

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By Cassie Hart, KSTP.com

“A good website can make or break a business sometimes. Dozens of Minnesota non-profits are getting a boost to their online presence, for free this weekend. Mark Malmberg with the Nerdery, an online design company in Bloomington, said the self-described “nerds” form teams of 10 web pros that show up not knowing what non-profit they’ll serve. Eighteen Minnesota non-profits are participating in the Overnight Website Challenge.”

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Transition for the Nerdery complicated by history

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By Lee Shafer, Star Tribune

“For most companies, promoting someone to president would be pretty straightforward, but few companies have had the history of the Nerdery.

First, and depending on when you count, the job of president seems pretty well covered already by the something like 462 co-presidents the company already has. Everyone who works at the place carries a business card that says “Co-President.”

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