This might be a difficult question for people to answer but I will speak from my perspective. The short answer is yes but you might be surprised as to why I came to that answer.
I participate in my communities traditional ceremonies known as vce lane (green corn) as well as others. I am also actively learning my language, muscogee (creek), which plays a big part in ceremony as well as everyday life. One thing that I have noticed over the years is the complexity of our ceremonies. When, how, and why we do things. This complexity parallels the complexity of programming. In programming, you have frameworks that guide and shape your decisions. The same is true for ceremony. For example, the number four is a sacred number in Muscogee culture, as well as other Native cultures. The four directions (north, south, east, west), the four elements (fire, water, wind, earth), the four seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter), the four phases of life (child, young adult, adult, elder). This pattern is represented in all kinds of ways and becomes a framework for the Muscogee way of life, a framework for how we go about in our day to day activities. It’s just like if I program using OOP or FP, or if I use React or Vue. There really are a lot of parallels in the two and that’s why I see them coexisting.
Now this doesn’t mean that there aren’t any negatives to technology. It is not meant to replace our traditional practices or even to supplement them. They are separate things. We need to spend as much time speaking our languages and practicing our ceremonies as we spend engaging and using technology. I see technology helping to further that along but by no means will it replace practicing in real life the teachings that were passed down for generations. So can you be in tech and traditional at the same time: yes.
This is just my opinion so I am open to hearing what others think about this topic too!