Lorenzo Gomez’s new book chronicles his three years at Tafolla Middle School in West San Antonio through stories from that time and letters he wrote to his 12-year-old self.
*Sponsored* Hope was an essential ingredient for Lorenzo Gomez III’s shift in his self-perception, so it seems appropriate that hope became a centerpiece of his philosophy on entrepreneurship.
“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.
In a development that local tech leaders said legitimizes the city’s budding tech district, WeWork will open a downtown San Antonio co-working space in late 2019, the company confirmed Friday.
Former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros is turning the former print shop his grandfather and uncle ran into 8,000 square feet of office space for technology startups.
Downtown San Antonio’s co-working space Geekdom is expanding to add classrooms and a podcast studio.
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.
One of the city’s formative collaborative spaces is launching a content arm of the company, Geekdom Media, in hopes of bringing further growth to San Antonio’s tech scene.
Geekdom Chair Lorenzo Gomez’s book The Cilantro Diaries went on sale on Amazon last Monday, and in one short week earned several honors.