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Terror Tech was formed by a group of founding members of to offer an improved product for an industry continually looking to raise the stakes: haunt attractions!   1: What is the business? Terror Tech builds automation solutions for haunted attractions 2: When and where did you found it? January of 2015 3: What… Read More



Luke Stephens sought out in the spring, drawn to the technological aspect of the space. He began volunteering here in May and has added his cheery demeanor and amazing work ethic to the mix. I encourage you to read within his replies below that he is concise, witty, and humble. Meet Luke!   1:… Read More

PyNight at!

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… Read More


3D Printer Build Camp

Five particularly focused campers built 3D-printers last week at!   Bill Gray of Augusta University oversaw the camp, providing the design for the printers and using open-sourced code. The 3D-printers were built from scratch, using extruded aluminum for the frame and parts printed on other 3D-printers. Mix in some cut chrome rods, a power… Read More


‘Perfect Storm’ Art Opening

A new exhibit is on the walls of which highlights Perfect Storm, one of business members, and the service they provide in this space.   Perfect Storm Art Enrichment Center is based out of and run by members Xavier Jones and Sheldon Eastman. Combining their decades of experience in art, and specifically… Read More


Meet Members: Travis Holloway member Travis Holloway has been developing his skills in story-telling and visual arts. Travis has organized the Jaw & Draw 2 coming up at June 16th as an opportunity for sequential artists to come together and talk shop and share talents. Meet Travis!   1: How did you come to be a member… Read More


Sumo Robot League Spring Challenge

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… Read More


ENTREPRENEURSHIP: COMMUNITY CYBER member Dan Bjorklund recently gave a talk for one of our Cyber Month Lunch & Learns in May. He took the time to share his expertise in precautions for safe internet use in the home and business. Last year, he ventured into entrepreneurship. Read on for more about Dan’s company, Community Cyber. 1: What… Read More


Cyber Law Lunch & Learn

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… Read More


SQL Night, sponsored by RSI

Over 20 people interested Structured Query Language (SQL) met at Friday May 13th. They learned about the capabilities of the standard language for relational database management systems from experts of Rural Sourcing, Inc (RSI). Following an overview of SQL, folks split into two groups of beginners and those more experienced. A series of modules were presented… Read More

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