This past year saw a number of highlights at San Antonio’s unique collaborative co-working space, also known as “Geekdom.” Now located on the sixth and seventh floors of the historic Rand Building on East Houston Street, Geekdom has plans to occupy the entire eight-floor building to better serve “innovators, entrepreneurs and geeks of every kind,” according to Lorenzo Gomez III, Geekdom’s director.
In September, Code for America released the Texan beta version of an app that allows Americans under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to check their food stamp balance via a simple text message.
Rivard Report: You and your Code for America colleagues have been quietly living and working in San Antonio for some months now.
San Antonio’s Code for America Brigade, dubbed OpenSATX, got off to a robust start on Saturday at CodeAcross, held at Rackspace headquarters.
This Saturday, Feb.
If some of the nation’s sharpest young minds spent a year working together to find a technological answer to a real and specific problem facing San Antonio, what might be accomplished?