“Because I have built a world-class team that is filled with talents and skills of such versatility, I am ready to step away,” stated Geekdom’s departing CEO David Garcia.
It all started with Geekdom in 2011, which is why members, alumni, and newcomers gathered Friday evening to celebrate the co-working space and small business incubator’s seventh birthday.
Kicking off San Antonio Startup Week, Graham Weston and UTSA President Taylor Eighmy revealed details about UTSA’s downtown campus plan.
San Antonio’s Northwest Side is home to the most people with bachelor’s degrees in technology-related fields, according U.S. Census Bureau 2016 estimates.
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Last week San Antonio showed us two worlds – one where leaders showed up to lead, and one where a pretender went absent and showed us an alternative.
The University of Texas at San Antonio received a $15 million gift from Rackspace co-founder and philanthropist Graham Weston.
Geekdom’s co-founders touched on a range of subjects Monday in a “Fireside Chat” about the tech ecosystem in the city.
As it gears up for a potential second offering on the public market, what does the future hold for one of the city’s startup success stories: Rackspace?
In 2001, Lorenzo Gomez left a job as a Gateway computer salesman and took a job at Rackspace that he says changed the trajectory of his life and career.