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Advanced Technology Development Center @

Member Eric Parker is heading up a new, sweet deal for has reached a partnership with the Advanced Technology Development Center at Georgia Tech (ATDC) to create a formalized technology incubator here in downtown Augusta at the Academy! ATDC is ranked as one of the top 12 incubator programs in the country by Forbes magazine, with it’s… Read More


Entrepreneurship: Transworld Business Advisors

Kim Romaner has been a member of for quite some time. Though she does not operate her business out the space, her support for and technology is evident. Take a few minutes and get to know Kim.   What is the business?   I have two businesses, but am primarily active in Transworld… Read More

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Education: Slumdog Writers

Not all writing here at involves code.   Member Argentina Christopher recently began her business, Slumdog Writers, which will offer writing classes here at beginning in September. Argentina has studied screenwriting at NYU, worked behind the scenes with a director, and published short fiction. Additional published authors and professional teachers will round out the… Read More


Meet Members

John Stewart has been around since the beginning of Enthusiastic about programming, John recently volunteered for a day to come into and work with campers during MAKE Camp. He set up some Raspberry Pis and ran through some Python with the kids. Though, let’s allow John to tell his own story: 1: How… Read More


Python Hackathon: Booz Allen Hamilton

Summer is coming to a close, and with that comes the return of the Hackathon! Bookending the Hackathon at, we have International Co-working Day and an after-party with the band Stink Bamboo.   August 7th, 2015 will be’s celebration of International Coworking Day. The public is welcome to come co-work for free throughout… Read More


3D Printing & CAD with ModernTech

What can 3D printing do for you?   The novelty of 3D printing makes for a fun hobby for some and an industry imperative for others. In the last month we have had members and campers in our MAKE Camp print keychains, chess pieces, and figurines. One of our Maker Fellowship students delved into CAD… Read More


Maker Fellowship: First Quarter

Just doing their thing. Participants in the Maker Fellowship, made possible with a grant from the Georgia Technology Authority, spent the first quarter of their annual membership with focusing on individual projects of their choosing. Partnered with a mentor or members of, most of our Fellows took an idea and ventured into uncharted… Read More


Entrepreneurship: Email Industries

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… Read More


MAKE Camp @

What is important?   Typically I craft the blog here for as a reporting of what has happened or what is coming up, stating some facts in a third-person fashion. We had twenty young people attend MAKE Camp this past week at and I feel more comfortable writing this blog from my perspective…. Read More


Meet Members

Meet Eric Harrison! He’s an ingenious fellow!   1: How did you come to be a member of In the second month of operation, Chris Williamson offered a Sumo Robot class. It was free to members, so I applied for membership to save myself $20. I’ve been a $100/month member since then and it… Read More

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