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Student's participating in a five-week free coding course hosted at Mission Economic Development Agency on 19th and Mission Streets. Photo by Laura Waxmann

Students Hack into Tech with Mission Coding Course

As the San Francisco Unified School District works to implement a mandated computer science curriculum into classrooms citywide, local organizations are looking to address what they say is a serious shortcoming in the city’s classroom-to-career...
Tracy Parent of the Community Land Trust introduces Rene Yañez, one of the tenants whose evictions was halted as a result of the purchase.

SF Nonprofits Seal Deal to Keep Tenants in Place

The San Francisco Community Land Trust and the Mission Economic Development Agency today announced the conclusion of a deal in the works since last summer that will preserve five multi-unit buildings citywide, two of them...
Aldo Sanchez is a line cook at Venga Empandas at 433 Valencia St. Photo by Laura Waxmann

Too Few Cooks in the Kitchen? There’s an App for That

As many San Francisco restaurateurs say that they are having difficulties filling positions in their establishments, some are turning to tech for solutions. A new startup seeking to match job seekers with openings in their neighborhood...
Photo by Courtney Quirin.

Protesters Return to Bus Stops as Supes Work Out Tech Shuttle Deal

About a dozen housing activists gathered at a designated commuter shuttle bus stop near 24th and Valencia streets this morning to protest against soaring rents and displacement that they say have been perpetuated by the shuttle buses that serve employees of...