mumms is excited to welcome two new software engineers from New Orleans coding school, Operation Spark.
“Modern technology and strong UI/UX design are a key component that sets our software apart from others in the industry,” said Tim Blackmon, mumms Software’s Chief Information Officer. “Bringing in fresh talent and diverse minds as we continue to grow is crucial to the company’s success. Operation Spark helps us do that while keeping jobs in the New Orleans community.”
mumms is excited to be sponsoring and participating in New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW) as an IV 100 sponsor for the second consecutive year.
NOEW is produced by The Idea Village, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to driving positive change in New Orleans through entrepreneurship. The Idea Village is funded by The IV 100, a group of forward thinking corporations, foundations and individuals committed to driving a self-sustaining ecosystem in New Orleans by 2018, and it is through those contributions that we are able to host NOEW each year. mumms is proud to be among this group.
In the United Kingdom, autobiographer Barbara Altounyan is looking at setting up a charity that puts autobiographers and journalists in end of life care facilities a couple times a month. Altounyan is asking the hospice community if they feel this is a useful and meaningful idea.
The QIES System has announced that their systems will be unavailable after 8pm EST on Wednesday, March 16 through Monday, March 21. We recommend you mark this on your calendar and make the appropriate plans to submit as much of your work as possible prior to 8pm EST on March 16.