Welcome to the Technology Community

This is a community for students interested in Tech careers, and brings together news, resources and events from the CDO, Clubs, and MIT Sloan community.

Students interested in Tech often pursue paths in product management, product marketing, business development, and startups or entrepreneurship.

Companies hiring MIT Sloan graduates for tech roles seek candidates who demonstrate a number of skills, including:

  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Persuasive Communication
  • Ability to work in diverse teams/organizational skills
  • Conceptual/creative thinking
  • Design/UX
  • Project management
  • Partnerships/negotiation
  • Software programming/architecture

Adobe
Airtable
Amazon
Apple
Asana
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CarGurus
Cisco
Cockroach Labs
Cohesity
Cyberreason
Docusign
DuoLingo
eBay
Eventbrite
FullStory
Google
Gusto
Hubspot
Legit
Microsoft
Moveworks
NEXT
Okta
Salesforce
Samsung
SAP
Snap
Toast
Truework
Verizon
VMWare

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What Microsoft’s Satya Nadella thinks about work of the future

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By Sara Brown | MIT Ideas Made to Matter | November 24, 2020

Some people are fearful the coming revolution in AI and robotics will take people’s jobs. Satya Nadella sees a way forward. Speaking at the Nov. 18 MIT AI and …

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THINKING+++ FORWARD – Ideas for your work from MIT Sloan School of Management

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THINKING+++
FORWARD
Ideas for your work from
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+ THREE INSIGHTS FOR THE WEEK
November 23-27, 2020

1. Some platforms saw business explode during the pandemic, while others had to pivot to adapt to …

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3 ways to make technology more equitable

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By Sara Brown | MIT Ideas Made to Matter | November 17, 2020

About 50 years ago, during the height of the civil rights movement and as policymakers started to explore how to use computing, there was an opportunity to align the …

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