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No Refresh Savannah Tonight!

by Kevin Lawver on July 15, 2014

Due to a family emergency, we need to cancel July’s Refresh. Please don’t show up at Focus Lab at 6!


by Kevin Lawver on May 21, 2014

We built a cool thing at work and now we’re trying to make it live in Zapier’s directory. But, in order to do that, I need 10 people to accept the invite and set it up! The whole thing is (…)

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Geekend’s Hackathon – Still Looking for Teams!

by Kevin Lawver on October 31, 2011

I just got word from Jake that there are still a few spots open for teams for the Geekend Hackathon. What’s a hackathon? Well, if you’d shown up for October’s Refresh, you’d know (not that I’m bitter about it or (…)

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A Bunch of Stuff!

by Kevin Lawver on January 26, 2011

I should be able to announce February’s Refresh speaker and topic tomorrow, but here’s a post full of follow ups and other Savannah things the collective geekdom might find relevant to their interests. First, here are Josh’s slides from January’s (…)

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So You Want to Be a Developer…

by Kevin Lawver on November 24, 2010

I’ve been staring at the Pragmatic Programmer Black Friday sale flier for a couple days (the tab is open in my browser so I don’t forget to go on a crazy book buying spree) and it finally clicked in my (…)

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Refresh Wrapup – Innovation and Brainstorm

by Kevin Lawver on September 22, 2010

Thanks to everyone who showed up and Ron Pearl for giving us a great presentation!  A couple people asked for book recommendations, so here you go: Making Ideas Happen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality – Josh and Brad (…)

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You Should Speak at Geekend

by Kevin Lawver on July 7, 2010

Yes, you. No, I’m not talking to anyone else right now, just you. What have you got to lose? You know stuff; you should share it. You have two more days to submit your proposal for Geekend, and now is (…)

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