Keynote speaker Jim Perschbach of Port SA will provide an overview of the aerospace work taking place in the region, and the Port’s plans for development.
The ability to construct internet-connected metal bracelets allowed Wisewear to create wearable devices that double as aesthetically pleasing jewelry.
As San Antonio continues to grow, the Port wants to preserve a sense of place by restoring these buildings and also provide the community with new spaces.
Over the past 100 years, Kelly Field became Kelly Air Force Base, which is now the site of Port San Antonio.
USAA has partnered with Geekdom to underwrite 50% of fees for military veterans, active duty military, and military spouses who sign up as new members.
Tech Talent Tuesdays aims to grow the local tech ecosystem by teaching people “soft skills,” or how to enter and prosper in the tech workforce.
The potential for a seamless, tech-driven hotel experience is exciting, but not yet fully realized.
Japanese manufacturer Nissei Plastic Industrial Co., Ltd. announced Wednesday the launch of a new fully-owned subsidiary to be located at Brooks City Base.
With more jobs coming online in 2017, San Antonio’s tech ecosystem currently lacks members and manpower. Dinner and Code aims to fill this void.
San Antonio’s first and only law firm focused solely on providing “tech-forward” legal services opened business Monday in the heart of SA’s Tech District.