I know my way around Photoshop Elements, creating 99% of the graphics for my personal website projects, and quite a few digital scrapbooking projects, but I am by no means a designer. I have worked with designers in previous jobs, and they are true masters at their craft. I watch them fly through various actions […]
We’ve featured a number of gaming groups here on KC Geeks, but did you know there is also a growing number of Kansas City game developers? Charlotte Trible noticed that and founded Crossroads Game Lab to offer developers a sense of community. Read on to learn about their Micro Game Jams and playtests!
In two of my former positions, we’ve used SharePoint as a collective repository for team and company resources. I found it quite helpful to have everything archived in one place, and to be able to just share links instead of cramming colleague’s inboxes with attachments. But I was merely a user – the real superheroes […]
We’ve featured Kansas City Women in Technology (KCWiT); we’ve featured their program, Coding & Cupcakes, for mothers and daughters. Now it’s time to introduce you to their adult program, Coding & Cocktails. Talking coding with cocktails in hand?? Sign us up! Read on to find out how women interested in Kansas City coding are getting […]
Last month, Maker Faire Kansas City made its appearance, and I made sure I was there. It’s produced by Maker Media, publisher of MAKE: magazine, and host of Maker Faires all around the world. Maker Faire describes their events as a “gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do.” […]