Fresno State Student Entrepreneur Goes to White House

Campus Entrepreneurship

Mike Pronovost, a business student at Fresno State was at the White House last week with 100 young entrepreneurs. Pronovost developed Powerband, a program that uses files stored in a virtual desktop to speed up Internet access. Powerband has big implications with slow Internet connections, as it speeds up the connection by compressing the data which is being transferred. “It via The Collegian » Fresno State student entrepreneur invited to the White House.

Out of the Crisis #20: the founders of Bitwise on the role of technology in empowering people, spreading benefits to underserved communities, and the creation of OnwardUS

Startup Lessons Learned

Jake Soberal and Irma Olguin started Bitwise in 2013 with the idea that the technology industry could be used to fix a city--in their case, Fresno, CA. In order to do that, they decided three things were crucial: teaching people to code, creating a sense of place around the tech industry, and proving it's possible to build and ship world-class software from places like Fresno. A company headquartered in Fresno, California. Leaving Fresno was unexpected for me.

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11 Entrepreneurs Reveal What They are Looking Forward To in 2016

Hearpreneur

I am looking forward to the possibility of selling several proposals I have developed that could generate tremendous advertising revenues for newspapers, broadcasting companies, magazines, internet media companies and the internet divisions of multimedia companies. Thanks to Jeff and Deadrea Clemmensen, MiPhone Doctor of Fresno. #8 Happy New Year! Every new year brings with it a new form of excitement and anticipation.

Front End Developer Resume, An 11-pound Notebook, A 2-pound.

Software By Rob

Software by Rob Passionate about Startups and MicroISVs Lessons Learned by a Serial Entrepreneur home about press micropreneurs archives ← How Third-Party Licensing Can Ruin Your Launch A Micropreneur’s Perspective: Selling Physical Products vs. Digital Products → Front End Developer Resume, An 11-pound Notebook, A 2-pound Netbook, and Internet 1996 Cool News, Links & Reviews If youre trying grow your startup youve come to the right place.

My Report on StackOverflow DevDays

Software By Rob

Wireless Internet Given Joel’s recent rant about trouble with wireless internet at conferences, I thought it comical that there was no wi-fi available for conference participants (and no way to get a hard-wired connection). Re-connecting I work from home and since I live in Fresno I don’t get out much.