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Growing Our Own Developers

by Kevin Lawver on July 24, 2012

We’ve (Jake, Charisse and I) been talking about running a Developer Boot Camp this fall here in Savannah to try to “grow” some more local development talent. The more I walk around the idea, the more work is involved in (…)

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October’s Refresh: Hackathon 101

by Kevin Lawver on September 22, 2011

Geekend is coming up in November, and this year, they’ve added the Hackathon! Having participated in my fair share of these things before, I thought it would be fun to do a Hackathon Bootcamp in October to give the locals (…)

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Let’s Get Learning!

by Kevin Lawver on August 20, 2011

It’s already clear that most jobs now require some computer skills and that employers are already having a hard time filling those positions, and in the future they’ll probably require at least basic programming skills (even if that means being (…)

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How Do We Get There?

by Kevin Lawver on August 18, 2011

You might not notice it if you live in a tech center like the Bay, NYC or DC, but: we live in the future. Compared to most of the people who live around us and the vast majority of the (…)

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