Microsoft tech evangelist Jeremy Foster raises a fist in solidarity after concluding a 2014 workshop for computer science, engineering and IT students at the University of Washington Tacoma. The UWT’s high-demand programs are an asset for Tacoma heading into the future.
Microsoft tech evangelist Jeremy Foster raises a fist in solidarity after concluding a 2014 workshop for computer science, engineering and IT students at the University of Washington Tacoma. The UWT’s high-demand programs are an asset for Tacoma heading into the future. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo
Microsoft tech evangelist Jeremy Foster raises a fist in solidarity after concluding a 2014 workshop for computer science, engineering and IT students at the University of Washington Tacoma. The UWT’s high-demand programs are an asset for Tacoma heading into the future. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo

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