For Serious Entrepreneurs Only

  • On September 11, 2017
Are you serious about growing your company? Have you joined ATDC? The Advanced Technology Development Center is one of our most active community partners in helping provide support for startups in the Augusta’s rapidly growing Cyber District. For the last five years, we’ve focused our energies on providing a central place for the developers to […]
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  • On March 1, 2017
IntelliGenesis, LLC. moved into the Augusta market not too long ago, and in short time, they reached out to establish a connection to Read more about their company below.   1: Provide one sentence about the company that works as a nutshell explanation/mission statement. To enrich our customers’ missions by directly applying our multi-disciplined […]
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Meet Members: Owen Timlin

  • On February 27, 2017
Owen Timlin found his way to being a member of as many do: by hearing about the space. With a solid cheerfulness and focused work ethic, Owen has become a near-daily regular at Stop by and have a chat with him some time. Owen is knowledgable of coffee and a whole lot more! 1:  […]
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Welcome Nadeem Soharab to team!

  • On February 15, 2017
There’s a new addition to! We are proud to announce that Nadeem Soharab has joined our team as a software development instructor. You may recognize Nadeem from his member profile awhile back. “ has been a leader in growing the software developer community in Augusta since we opened in 2012,” said co-founder Eric Parker. “It’s exciting […]
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Wrap-up of “Learning Arduino with Melinda”

  • On February 1, 2017
“Learning Arduino with Melinda” is complete! The girls ended up coding a Magic 8-ball, with 27 different random answers triggered by a light sensitive resistor. The girls customized the code, and we all learned a little something in the process. Good Job! And again, thanks to Annette Arrigucci and Johanna Lamberti for helping with the classes. Also, […]
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  • On January 31, 2017
Rachel Azevedo is constantly on, and she’s found in a space to study and be in a generally chill environment. A student at GRMedical, Rachel balances classes, studying, and tutoring. Meet Rachel! 1:    How did you come to be a member of My boyfriend, Dan, is also a member and he encouraged me to […]
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Sumo Robot League Spring Class

  • On January 12, 2017
Sumo Robot League will have a Spring Class at! Participants will receive a robot which they will assemble and learn to code to compete in the Spring Tournament on April 22nd at The class is open to anyone in the CSRA, ages 14 and above. This is a 9-week after-school program, meeting on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30pm, beginning February 7th and […]
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  • On January 3, 2017
Melinda Elser is keeping the inquisitive nature of her family going strong. She has initiated a class for girls interested in coding beginning January 3rd at How did you come to be a member of My father is a founding member and I’m just ridin’ the coattails Describe the moment you decided what […]
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SantaCon Delivered Cheer!

  • On December 12, 2016
Festive folks came out en masse for the 2016 SantaCon Augusta on December 9th, raising $10,000 for STEM education at! Gabriel Smith and his gung-ho SantaCon committee organized the fifth annual pub-crawl in Augusta for charity, choosing as the recipient for the second year. SantaCon Augusta began the first year with only thirty or so […]
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“Learning Arduino with Melinda”

  • On December 5, 2016
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 […]
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