Monday, April 30, 2012

teKC.org Launches With Tech-Based Users, Projects, Resources and Events


With the announcement of the Google Fiber implementation in Kansas City, the entire KC community seems to be even more obsessed with innovation, entrepreneurship and technology.  After all, with the Google Fiber launch, we can do even more, even faster.  What’s not to love about that?

Due to our recent obsession with fast technology, a new website called teKC.org has launched.  The website is a community-edited guide to the “awesome tech community” of Kansas City.  The site currently features 33 people, 16 companies, 14 groups, 4 projects, 77 resources and 10 upcoming events, the website is the place to go for all that is tech in Kansas City.

My favorite part of the website is the resources tab, a large list of organizations for entrepreneurs, developers, designers, investors and others.  In addition, the site displays all tech-related events going on in the Kansas City area, including CityCampKC and the KC Roundtable Breakfast. 

Join the technological movement in Kansas City and sign up for teKC.org.  If you’re a tech guru (or just love connecting with other movers-and-shakers in KC), this site is for you! 

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