Mayor Ivy Taylor and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff will introduce a panel discussion about the local tech industry next Tuesday, March 1, 11:30 a.m. at Rackspace headquarter's event center, but what's unique about this particular luncheon in San Antonio is that, for once, the conversation will be dominated by women.
One year ago, the Austin-based hosting startup, WP Engine, moved to San Antonio and opened a small, four-person office in Geekdom in the Weston Centre.
Chances are, if you’ve come across an exciting start-up or a brilliant idea in San Antonio, there’s a Trinity University connection.
It was nearing the end of 2006 when I decided that after 22 years of living in the same town I was born, it was time to move on to a new journey in life.
The TriPoint Center was buzzing with a capacity crowd of several hundred attendees on Saturday for San Antonio’s first-ever WordCamp.
For the last several years, San Antonio has been steadily growing its tech community with the goal of both creating and attracting new tech companies to boost the local economy and create high-paying jobs.