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Tech user groups thrive because of Techlahoma Foundation

The red thread that runs through Oklahoma City’s tech community is Techlahoma. The organization promotes a growing list of computer code user groups primarily in...
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Women thrive in Oklahoma City tech community

Women find increasing acceptance, and thrive, in Oklahoma City’s tech community as California’s Silicon Valley companies continue to struggle with a stubborn, misogynist “brogrammer”...
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Creativity Beta conference promotes new collaborations

For about the last decade Douglas Sorocco has been promoting Creativity conferences in the state and around the world. And in parallel, Tommy Yi has...
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Code for America brigades in Oklahoma promote good government

Since 2009, Code for America has been making a positive impact on governments mostly at the local level. “This is really about people helping people,”...
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OK Coders next boot camp set for January

A new, affordable code developer boot camp for Oklahoma City has just been announced by OK Coders. The boot camp begins Jan. 7, 2017 and...
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Techlahoma scores another win with ThunderPlains 2017 conf

The fifth ThunderPlains web and mobile developer conference concluded Friday with socializing at venues around the Will Rogers Theater at NW 43rd and Western...
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Nodecraft increases game offerings, upgrades user tools

Game server hosting company Nodecraft will celebrate its fifth anniversary in May, but co-founders Jonathan Yarbor and James Ross are not waiting for the...
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Elimination of net neutrality alarms OKC tech companies

Jonathan Yarbor and James Ross are partners in the tech startup Nodecraft, a worldwide game hosting platform. “We had the news streaming all morning watching...
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Local firm’s app brings printed page to life

A local marketing firm has developed its own app that only 50 years ago would have been the stuff of science fiction. And leaders...

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