As cloud computing continues to grow in importance, the University of Texas at San Antonio is putting its facilities and students on the cutting edge of cloud technology by investing in a new, multi-purpose cloud computing laboratory for the College of Science.
HOUSTON – Life and work as a public school teacher in Texas is not an easy calling, yet we rarely celebrate great teachers and the enormous impact they have on students and community.
After several semesters of hard work and dedication, seven UTSA seniors are now poised to start a company around an exciting new medical device after winning UTSA’s biannual $100K Student Technology Venture Competition.
More than 40 environmentally minded entrepreneurs attended 3 Day Startup (3DS) Green Tech this weekend at Geekdom in downtown San Antonio.
Who is best positioned to solve the world’s environmental problems?
Thirty contestants strutted their stuff on a long, white runway in the ballroom of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Saturday afternoon: striking posses, waving to a screaming crowd and showing off fancy new clothes with walks of confidence.
Codeup is a for-profit educational startup in San Antonio that takes people from non-techie to full fledged hirable programmer in 12 weeks.
Tech jobs are migrating to the Pearl, a destination – until now – known for culinary education, some of the city’s best restaurants and farmer’s market, and a fast-growing community of near-downtown residents who have filled recently constructed multifamily developments.
It was standing room only in the Open Cloud Academy common area yesterday as Rackspace Director of Learning and Development Duane La Bom started off the Linux for Ladies training program info session.
What is black, white, says “geek” all over, and travels San Antonio’s streets equipped with HD screens, robots, 3D printers, party lighting, and Raspberry Pi?