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Join the Middle Georgia Makers Community

Published on May 28, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Middle Georgia Makers Community Our Vision To build a collaborative community of artisans, entrepreneurs and technology professionals known for grassroots innovation, creativity, leadership and our passion to serve. We foster a diversified and thriving Middle Georgia economy through mentorship of entrepreneurs, hands-on learning programs, and providing creative spaces/tools to convert ideas into marketable products and services.

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Why Community Building is Powerful

Published on May 24, 2014 by in Uncategorized

As human beings, we have fundamental need for connection to each other.   All thriving organizations that I have cared about seemed to have a strong sense of community.    Great communities are life giving, authentic, and naturally generate an impact.   You can try to lead by fear, intimation, or force people to follow you because of your ‘title.’   I’m starting to

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Beautiful Art and Projects at #MakerFaire 2014

Published on May 19, 2014 by in Uncategorized

  It’s inspiring to see the innovation, creativity, projects, and art from #MakerFaire 2014. Enjoy these small clips from this awesome #maker event. Check out the #makerfaire on Twitter! What’s your favorite project from #MakerFaire 2014? Posts From InspiredToEducate.NET 10+ Lessons To Help You Grow Your Skills as a Developer from Mercer GDG 17 Fun

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Create Puzzle-Based Code Experiences in Your Apps #javascript #html5

Thanks to programs like Scratch, MIT App Inventor, Hopscotch and others, students and novice programmers are getting introduced to ideas like sequencing, planning, simple logic, and loops. Instead of creating lines of code, students are introduced to the concepts of computer programming through the metaphor of puzzle pieces. In Scratch, students create amazing games and

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