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“Learning Arduino with Melinda”

Girls who want to code, we’ve got a great opportunity for you here at in January! Melinda and her dad, Ed Elser, are going to explore Arduino for five weeks, every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30pm. If you’re in 7th grade or higher, join Melinda and her dad as they walk though how to load and manipulate Arduino… Read More


Meet Members: Kim Hines

Kim Hines is a walking and talking local synapse who connects the dots of activity in our agricultural community. With a positive perspective and optimistic hope, Kim is integrally involved in facilitating educational opportunities for folks to learn about healthy eating and sustainable agriculture. Meet Kim! 1: How did you come to be a member… Read More


Meet Members: Annette Arrigucci

Annette Arrigucci has been a regular staple in the presence at for almost the last year, save for a moment away to attend a code school. Having recently opted for a career shift, Annette is taking advantage of opportunities. Meet Annette! 1: How did you come to be a member of I was… Read More


Harvest Bytes Hackathon and Fundraising Dinner

Technology and agriculture came together at this past weekend in support of entrepreneurial culinary endeavors! We hosted a hackathon beginning on Friday the 28th, presenting agricultural challenges in need of technological solutions. In partnership with Augusta Locally Grown, challenges were created to specifically benefit local growers, home gardeners, and the network in place for… Read More


Entrepreneurship: Paid in Five member Josh Keck is always looking for a way to improve anything. He’s quick to recognize efficiency, lend a hand, and introduce you to somewhat who can help you with whatever you’re working on. Paid in Five is Josh’s solution to businesses which would prefer payment on services quicker than the traditional schedules. Check… Read More

BFEG: Cyber Security Meet-ups

Want to learn web programming and offensive cyber security? BFEG is meeting Tuesday evenings from 6pm-8pm at this fall. Structured as a group learning environment, each meetup will cover topics in programming and offensive techniques in cyber security. Folks in the community who would like to delve into a myriad of languages head first are encouraged to come… Read More


Meet Members: Nadeem Soharab

Nadeem Soharab came by a few 3D-Printing Club meetings before deciding to join recently. Since he joined, Nadeem has been cranking out 3D-prints on the TAZ in the prototyping lab, adding to his already diverse technological arsenal. 1. How did you come to be a member of  Recently, I decided I needed to… Read More


ENTREPRENEURSHIP: E3 Embedded Systems member Chad DeMeyers and Kevin Huffman founded E3 Embedded Systems in 2013 to create custom circuit boards. Their shared interest, coupled with years of experience, has enabled them to create a product with multiple applications. Kevin was able to take a moment to respond to our questionnaire. 1: What is the business? E3 Embedded… Read More


Meet Members: Thomas Gordon

Thomas Gordon recently joined up with, bringing an interest in operating systems, networks, and programming. 1: How did you come to be a member of I had been curious about for some time. Eventually I got up the courage to attend PyNight, with the help of the lovely Savanna Stephens, showed up… Read More


What is a Serial Entrepreneur?

Ever wonder what’s the difference between an entrepreneur and a serial entrepreneur? A serial entrepreneur is defined as someone who will often come up with the idea and get things started, but then give responsibility to someone else and move on to a new idea and a new venture. This distinction has been increasingly made… Read More

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