PyNight at!

  • On June 27, 2016
PyNight at! Over 40 people came by on a Monday night to speed their fingers through code! More and more folks are developing interest in computer programming. has partnered with Booz-Allen-Hamilton to host a quarterly programming night, usually focusing on Python. Employees from BAH who are experts in Python serve as mentors for the […]
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Sumo Robot League Spring Challenge

  • On June 1, 2016
Last month we hosted the Sumo Robot League Spring Challenge.  More than 150 students around the state of Georgia were invited to compete for a $1000 college scholarship.  With a combination of 3D printing, learning to code and building a robot these kids got a hands-on learning experience.  Hopefully this will encourage them to consider […]
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Cyber Law Lunch & Learn

  • On May 23, 2016
Local counsel from Fulcher Hagler, LLP. presented a Lunch & Learn at May 18th on the topic of cyber law. The sixteen folks in attendance got to hear about the vulnerability of information posted to the internet and tips for securing their business and private computers. Join us for our final Cyber Month Lunch […]
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Community Garden: Augusta Locally Grown

  • On October 6, 2015
It started with the small want for fresh salsa. member Austin New started a container garden two years ago, and has enjoyed gardening ever since. He wanted to start his own seedlings and maybe experiment with varieties like Mendel, e.g. with science. “I ended up with about 200 more seedlings than I could plant on […]
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Community via

  • On August 21, 2015
What’s happening in our community?   As the heat of summer begins to wane, autumn brings with it an uptick in activity. is involved with a range of events in the coming weeks. The events we partner with extend our mission to connect the community of with the greater Augusta community.   Each […]
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Entrepreneurship: Email Industries

  • On June 27, 2015
Scott Hardigree spends nearly everyday working out of, and has been since he joined back on Broad Street. With a knack for business and a jovial nature, Scott is an integral part of what makes a collaborative workspace, especially within our weekly Founder’s Circle. Scott took a minute to provide us some insight […]
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Hack for Change & Hack Augusta Awards

  • On June 8, 2015
Hackers do what?!?! Living in Augusta can be more awesome and participants in this year’s National Day of Civic Hacking at proved everyday folks can make that happen. There were four main projects developed during the event, which was also sponsored by Augusta Sash & Door and Rural Sourcing, Inc. Perry Levin noticed a need for […]
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Augusta Startups Making Presense Felt

  • On September 25, 2014
Custom-built guitars. Text message-based photography. E-mail spam prevention. A personalized task scheduling app. All of these startup businesses originated locally, and all were pitched Wednesday during a “Demo Day” at downtown technology incubator, which held the event as a way to support and promote Augusta’s startup community as well as introduce entrepreneurs to potential […]
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the DIY way to create a Makerspace in your city

  • On September 22, 2014
Eric and Grace were invited to speak at World Maker Faire in New York about the experience of building and managing In the audience were operators of existing makerspaces and prospective new makerspaces from across the world including, Germany, Great Britain, and the United States (ranging from New York and New Jersey, to Delaware, North Carolina, […]
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The Art of Making

  • On August 30, 2014
At an age when most young kids are just dreaming about building robots, Adam Mansour actually built one. When he was just 9 years old, he put together his version of Honda’s ASIMO robot by Googling instructions and with a little help from his older brother, Khaled, and he hasn’t looked back. “Instead of just […]
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