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Blog: We Are SAC-MADE
Sac-Made emerged as a way to fulfill the both the needs of local makers and micro-manufacturers, as well as the consumers who support them. As one of the winners of the 2017 City of Sacramento’s Creative Economy Pilot Project, the goal of Sac-Made is to unify makers and micro-manufacturers in the Sacramento region, in addition to providing them with resources required for growing their businesses and connecting them to local consumers.
The project is co-founded by Trisha Rhomberg, Eric Ullrich, and Sarah Barkawi, who recognize a growing need to help the unique maker community gain access to resources, scale their companies, and become self-sustaining...
Carlsbad's First Innovation Officer Has Plans that Could Stretch Beyond One City
Carlsbad hired its first chief innovation officer in the hopes of applying technology solutions in new ways.
Department of Education Has New CIO
The Department of Education has a new director of IT, also known as the chief information officer.
Cannabis Agency Seeks Vendors for Business Campaign
The state Bureau of Cannabis Control wants a vendor that will create
Analysis: How Much Does a Vote Cost?
In California, counties are expected to fund elections, a practice that has created spending disparities. Techwire took an interest in how much counties are spending per eligible voter.
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BRING YOUR IMAGINATION TO LIFE. Take advantage of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of tools and advanced prototyping equipment to cut, weld, print, and hack your dreams into reality - or learn the skills you need to do that
Hacker Lab All-Access Members will have 24/7 access to the makerspace via their key fob. Members are able to reserve tools online for up to 3 hours in all locations so that you have time to finish your projects
JOIN A COMMUNITY OF INNOVATORS. With locations in Sacramento, Rocklin, and Rancho Cordova, Hacker Lab creates a network of like-minded entrepreneurs, coders, makers, and hackers all brought together around the same idea: creating something cool.