My name is Aaron McLean. I’ve worked at AT&T for 17 years as a web developer and architect. In fall 2014, our group was in need of high-quality, low-cost training and certification. While we had online training, we needed more specific certifications within our software-centric network environment. Then one day, an email was sent to us from John Donovan (our Chief Technology Officer at the time), asking us to check out Udacity.com.Read More »
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Team Babble won the US$10,000 grand prize at the CTU and AT&T* 2016 V4 Hackathon. The team created the winning mobile app during the 24-hour development contest.Read More »
When it comes to the innovation economy, access and opportunity are not always equal. Across the nation, rural students often fall behind their urban peers in developing the skills they need to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The opportunity-gap is even wider for rural students of color and English-learners seeking to break into a tech career.Read More »
After hours of online classes and project work, we made it! We are the first three AT&T employees to graduate from the Georgia Tech Online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMS CS) program. And as we like to say, if you can make it through the Machine Learning course, the rest is a breeze [and by breeze we mean gale force winds].Read More »
Being able to continue providing the quality products and services our customers demand starts with our employees. We must have the skilled, prepared talent that can meet and exceed the challenges of our business.Read More »
Some say learning is a lifelong pursuit. Through AT&T Aspire, our goal is to make learning not just a lifelong pursuit but a 24/7, anywhere you are, on-demand classroom. This transformative thinking about access, mobility and content is creating a world of possibilities and expanding the classroom like never before.Read More »
Through technology, we’re able to deliver educational content to more people, in more places, no matter their background. With new tools emerging every day, it’s an exciting time to be involved in this field and to work for a tech company that is helping to transform education.Read More »
AT&T is moving to a software-defined, mobile-first environment. So the need to develop a pipeline of employees with the skills to succeed and to help us succeed has never been more critical.
But we also see a broader need to prepare students and those already in the workforce — no matter where they work — for success in the 21st century.Read More »
Today, I have the pleasure of attending Digital Learning Day in Washington, D.C. Not only am I showcasing AT&T’s work in ed-tech, but I’m also learning about what other organizations are doing across the country in this field. It’s exciting to see so many new tools available to educators, students and parents to promote learning. From apps that help kids learn through games that regulate their social emotional health to the Nanodegree program – AT&T’s work continues to grow.Read More »
Over the past decade, technology has fundamentally transformed so much of our world – the way we meet people, build a business, explore neighborhoods. Technology has changed how we learn, how we work, and increasingly, the work that we do.Read More »