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Re: “So You Want to Start a Food Business

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Posted by Nikhil Thite on 01/15/2014 at 5:09 AM

Re: “So You Want to Start a Food Business

For businesses who are already operating, for instance under the cottage food provisions or as a pop-up, Credibles offers a way to raise funds from your existing customers

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Posted by Valerie Jackson on 08/20/2013 at 2:30 PM

Re: “Parachuting Into Coding

The best programmers are largely self taught, aside from theory, and formalized standards, it remains, like most scientific pursuits, the domain of self-driven/actualized people.

It is possible to become a world class Web 3.0 developer without spending ANY money on training, one only needs a computer, internet access, and a slightly above average IQ to be successful.
Seriously: Udacity, Edx, MIT Opencourse, and Codecademy all offer world class training for free.
I actually found the Udacity/SJSU partnership to be excellent, especially when compared to online offerings from other State Universities and Junior Colleges, however, the free offerings from Udacity are more well developed/comprehensive.
Being taught Computer Science by a Psychologist is well, ridiculous, as they have a limited appreciation for objective reality.
Also, like most of the traditional internet, most standards based, open languages have a ridiculous amount of tutorials, training,etc.

As an IT professional who has done worked with quite a few software developers, I can tell you that large parts of their days are composed of looking up documentation and learning new things.
It is a thinking mans game, and not a "skilled trade" rather, a lifestyle subscription, similar to Monkhood, or the Philosophers of antiquity.

It seems that what these "training programs" are really about is creating factory coders: people who can plugin to whatever cloned, vc-backed startup requires.

Seriously, how many idiot proof rehashes of basic services do we really need?
Instagrey-picture anyone?
What is really needed is a class in how to solve real world problems, unfortunately, this remains out of reach as the VC money has basically ruined innovation in the valley.

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Posted by Corbett Baker on 08/15/2013 at 6:44 PM

Re: “So You Want to Start a Food Business

Wish I had this info back in '09; back then it seemed scattered about & hard to find. Still working twds starting my biz.....thanks for the info. :)

Posted by JayTee on 08/15/2013 at 9:26 AM

Re: “So You Want to Start a Food Business

Aslo, women can get small (interest free I think) loans if they go through the training provided by Women's Initiative

great and helpful article

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Posted by Karen Hester on 08/14/2013 at 3:23 PM

Re: “So You Want to Start a Food Business

There is also free counseling to food entrepreneurs offered by the Alameda County Small Business Development Center (SBDC) see

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Posted by Lee Lambert on 08/14/2013 at 1:07 PM

Re: “Parachuting Into Coding

I personally find it inspiring to witness the profound advances that individuals can experience with an intense learning environment. It's not for everyone, because it can be extremely difficult, but online programs like Bloc or in-person bootcamps like Dev Bootcamp and Hack Reactor are clearly getting something right.

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Posted by Dave Paola on 08/14/2013 at 9:40 AM

Re: “Parachuting Into Coding

I have seen first-hand how well these bootcamp/apprenticeship style course can fill a huge gap in the market. I'd add tothis list, which is an online-only version of this apprenticeship model founded by two very smart founders in SF.

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Posted by Clint Schmidt on 08/14/2013 at 9:30 AM

Re: “So You Want to Start a Food Business

Excellent article!

Posted by Oliver Isaac Scott on 08/14/2013 at 8:00 AM

Re: “Education and Careers Listings

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Posted by Contra Costa Medical Career College on 10/12/2012 at 11:01 AM

Re: “Education and Careers Listings

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training institution that is fully approved to operate by the
California state Bureau for Private Post-secondary Education. The
school was formed in response to the growing need for qualified,
entry level health-care professionals in this community.
offers low tuition, flexible schedules, and instructors who are
experts in their fields of study. Start your new career today at

Posted by Contra Costa Medical Career College on 10/12/2012 at 10:49 AM

Re: “The Local Arts Conservatory

The excitement of a vibrant, full-blown arts community is certainly in evidence as you take your first steps down an OSA hallway. And we're acutely aware of the heartbreak of arts programs disappearing from other public schools, particularly schools full of under-resourced student populations. Our WriterCoach Connection program serves four Oakland high schools with a trained community-volunteer writer coach for every student in a grade level -- every 10th grader at Media Academy, Mandela High School, and Architecture Academy on the Fremont Federation of Schools campus in the Fruitvale, and, for the first time this year I'm delighted to say, Oakland School for the Arts. One-on-one attention from writer coaches, all year long, has generated remarkable increases in writing achievement at the Fremont Federation schools, and we look forward to more of same as we work with every 9th grader starting this spring at OSA, where the administration and parent community have worked hard to raise funding for the program to make sure that the school's high academic standards remain on a par with those in the arts.

Even in the face of the loss of arts funding, we can work to set high academic standards and generate increased academic achievement at all public schools with dedicated and consistent involvement from members of our communities. And when you take a closer look, you might be surprised at the sophistication of the curriculum at schools like Media, Mandela, and Architecture. We shouldn't be surprised at the supreme dedication and skill of so many of the teachers and administrators in these schools, and at what we can help them achieve for all students with focused community support.

We are training community volunteers as writer coaches right now for all four of these Oakland schools. You don't need to be a writer, editor, or teacher to do this. The training is free, and after two three-hour training sessions, you can be sitting next to a student at OSA, Media, Mandela, or Architecture, guiding him or her to more effective writing and critical thinking skills. It's something tangible you can do to raise achievement on the academic side, to help offset the disappearance of arts programs that has put so much pressure on admission to OSA, where the competition to get in the door has become understandably intense. For more information or to register for writer-coach training, go to Our coaches call it the volunteer opportunity of a lifetime.

Robert Menzimer
Executive Director
Community Alliance for Learning

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Posted by Robert Menzimer on 01/12/2012 at 5:40 AM

Re: “The Local Arts Conservatory

Also announcing OSA Digital Media's Second Annual LIGHT BOX Show!
Friday, January 13th Showtimes at 7pm and 8pm
$10 General admission $7 students/seniors Tickets at the door
WHITE BOX STUDIO 1730 San Pablo Ave. Oakland, CA 94612
Film, video, animation, computer art, photography

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Posted by H Cregge on 01/11/2012 at 7:34 AM

Re: “The Local Arts Conservatory

Come see the Theatre Department's production ~ Of Mice and Men'
January 30th-February 4th at 7:00pm Black Box Theatre 19th/Telegraph
Tickets: or
There is also a matinee Feb 4th at 2pm.
The February 4th 7pm show is ASL interpreted.

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Posted by Michael Berry-Berlinski on 01/11/2012 at 6:18 AM

Re: “The Local Arts Conservatory

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Posted by Editor on 01/10/2012 at 11:02 PM

Re: “Thinking About a Career in Yoga?

I have been torn about teacher trainings that cost a lot and do not produce any for sure employment (even as a supplement to a regular career). However, I continue my education in yoga for my own development and well being. I trust that the money is well spent and pay off s may come in different forms later in life. Actually periods when I was in deep study and practice during anusara immersions such as the ones that Katchie Ananda teaches as pre-requisites to teacher trainings have been some of the best times in my life. Yoga is really about helping us all be our best selves. Weather or not I ll ever make any money doing what feels like my passion for work remains to be seen. Seems like every where in the world is becoming saturated with yoga teachers and I think its a good "problem" to have.

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Posted by Malika on 08/17/2011 at 12:20 AM

Re: “Thinking About a Career in Yoga?

I just finished three years of advanced yoga studies at The Berkeley Yoga Room. I read the article twice and realized that I had learnt nothing whatsoever and moreover that it is a great example the non sequitur scare story. Ms. Horgos only evidence is "anecdotal evidence." My job search has revealed the opposite to be true: that there are lots of jobs in the Bay Area for yoga teachers.

I bet when Ms. Horgos started as a journalist, people told her how hard it was going to be for her to break into professional journalism? Americans love to remind one another how difficult it is to start a new career, business or realize an idea.

Let me make my point by asking a question of Ms. Horgos: Are there really careers or degree programs where one just waits around while the phone rings off the hook with unsolicited offers of employment?

Life is only as hard as you believe it is. This article is time well wasted. -Namaste

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Posted by Tyeauga on 08/16/2011 at 2:23 AM

Re: “Thinking About a Career in Yoga?

And, just an afterthought--
I have nothing but the highest respect for most of the full-time yoga teachers I know or have studied with who make their living from teaching us yoga. Theirs is a level of passion and commitment that brings great benefits to the rest of us, and should be rewarded with a cash flow that at least allows them to make a decent living (I'm an economist--I don't believe yoga teachers should have to live on bread and water when there are so many people with disposable income looking for meaningful ways to spend their time). I've met far more passionate yoga teachers than I have potential hustlers (!)

Posted by Maria Susannah Bowman on 08/14/2011 at 1:50 PM

Re: “Thinking About a Career in Yoga?

As someone who has just committed to the Piedmont Yoga Studio's Deep Yoga program for this year, I thought this was a very well-written article. Thanks. I had some fears when I thought about teacher training that I would be perceived as less than fully committed to yoga or teaching yoga (given that I am working on a Ph.D. in applied economics and planning on finding a full-time job that employs that degree when I finish). Nonetheless, I'm excited to learn more deeply about the history, philosophy, and anatomy of yoga--and perhaps to be able to share it in places outside of the stereotypical yoga studio, since I hopefully won't be relying on it as my primary income source. The Bay Area may be saturated with yoga-teacher hopefuls, but the flip side is that it's still one of the best place to explore yoga classes, styles, instructors, and teacher training programs.

Posted by Maria Susannah Bowman on 08/14/2011 at 1:32 PM

Re: “Acupuncture for Detox

It's wonderful that people like Jane Weinapple and programs like Options Recovery Services and Lifelong Medical Care Clinic are still out there. They should be vigorously supported!

Posted by Peter Brown on 08/13/2011 at 4:15 PM

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