Interview with Michelle Glauser of Techtonica
14 March 2017
Recently, Matt Luedke, Software Engineer at Exygy, interviewed Michelle Glauser, founder and CEO at Techtonica, a nonprofit that works with tech companies to provide free tech training, living stipends, and job placement to local, low-income women and non-binary adults. Where is your hometown? I’ve moved a lot. I grew up…
Proud to be a B Corp!
27 September 2016
Exygy has been a registered B Corporation since 2010, and we are excited to have been re-certified in 2016 with our highest score yet! Every two years, we undergo a rigorous third party certification created by B Lab to assess our impact on our community, employees, customers, and the environment….
Exygy recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies by Inc. 5000
17 August 2016
Our team here at Exygy is honored and excited to be named on the Inc. 5000 list for 2016, which recognizes the fastest-growing private companies in America. Check out the Inc. page for the nuts and bolts of what it takes to make the list (things like percentage revenue growth…
Which License Should I Use? MIT vs. Apache vs. GPL
21 June 2016
This is a guest post from Exygy’s long time counsel Joseph Morris. Among other things, we’re often asking Joe about software licensing issues. We recently had a discussion about whether to recommend MIT, Apache, or GPL to one of our nonprofit client’s for their open source project. Joe’s response was so darn interesting we decided to…
9 December 2015
Exygy is excited to announce a new addition to our blog, where we will be rounding up a list of upcoming events in the Bay Area that focus on design, engineering, civic tech, community building and more. As we begin to curate this list, we would love to get your…