#LadyDevs: Django Girls Kansas City Recap

Last year Django Girls held their first website development coding workshop in Kansas City. It went so well, they held another one this year. I asked organizer and mentor Ashley Sullins to provide a recap of Django Girls Kansas City – sounds like it was another great event! Read on to find out how these women […]

Zenfold: Kansas City Indie Game Review

I recently received a request to review Zenfold, a mobile puzzle game created by a local team called Overhook Games. Not being an avid gamer, I turned to Mitchell Cole, owner & founder of (also local) FANatics Gaming & Entertainment for his expert opinion. Read on to find out why he calls Zenfold “devilishly fun.”

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Feeling Secure with SecKC

I believe I have mentioned that my daughter is interested in going into a career in information security, so when I learned that there is a Kansas City information security professionals meetup group, I mentioned it to her. She immediately RSVPd for the next meeting, and I tagged along. We got to meet and chat […]

Python KC Offers Resources for Kansas City Pythonistas

No matter whether you’re a newb, or a veteran at a skill or craft, it can help to get together with other enthusiastics to talk shop, get ideas, and share resources. Kansas City is home to its share of user groups, such as WordPress Kansas City, KCDesignCore, and Smarter SharePoint KC, and more. Python KC, […]

Educators and Employers Talk Tech Security at KC NICE Conference

There’s a reason Google chose to make Kansas City the first gigabit city. We are proudly part of the Silicon Prairie – big tech companies are headquartered here, and big thinkers make mind-blowing innovations happen daily. But with all that technology, there’s an increasing need for security – and cybersecurity education. As a matter of […]