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Homecare Homebase Cares

Empowering Exceptional Care

At Homecare Homebase, it's more than just writing code, quality assurance, or even customer support- it's about providing tools for their customers that will allow them to provide great care to patients.

Click here to see all available opportunities at Homecare Homebase.


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Job Of The Week + Companies That Care

End Q1 With Companies Coming To You!

Q1 may be coming to a close, but for those of us preparing for end-of quarter presentations, April can't come fast enough. Luckily for you, we launched our final Excel Masterclass: Reporting and Dashboards just in time for putting any last minute touches on your Q1 reports. And get this, you won't need to purchase any fancy software to make them look fabulous. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and relax while our Senior Web and Data Analyst (and mom of two) Vanina, walks you through everything you need to know about creating reports in Excel or Google Sheets in only an hour. And to wrap up the quarter on an even stronger note, make sure you follow the companies we're partnering with below!

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In Person Events

Free Women In Tech Events: My Top Dos

What's coming in 2018 and how to do it right.

Last May PowerToFly started throwing in-person events for women in tech and across digital. We were already doing virtual events and webinars, but it only seemed natural to ramp up live meetups for our community that reaches over 12 million women.

We've now held over thirty events, and needless to say, learned a ton about what works for a women in tech event and what doesn't. I'll summarize a few key points here so that employers can know how to throw events, and women in tech can know what they should expect from an event.

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Vrbo

A Look at Our Recent Event with Vrbo (formerly HomeAway)

Featuring the CEO of Expedia and the President of Vrbo (formerly HomeAway)

When you convince more than 100 women in tech to come to an event on one of the coldest nights of the year, you want to have a stellar line up of executives from one of Austin's top companies discussing their diversity and tech initiatives. That's exactly what happened on January 17th when Vrbo and PowerToFly hosted an evening that included Vrbo's president, members of its executive team, and the CEO of Expedia, Vrbo's parent company.

For people who couldn't attend, we wanted to share a few quotes and anecdotes that moved the conversation forward in the room.

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