As we celebrate a year of community, craft, and commerce here at General Provision it is important for us to recognize the members who have accompanied us on our journey– making it all possible! A special thanks to Laurie Menekou for choosing to grow her business(es) in the confines of our space! Check out what she has to say about her experience coworking at GP. . . Continue reading
Join the Fort Lauderdale tech and start up community here at General Provision on Thursday, June 18th to witness the beginning of a developer’s career. In 9 weeks, 8 individuals persevered through an intensive program honing their technical and business skills. Wyncode’s pitch day celebrates the end of that journey and the beginning of the next exciting chapter as these individuals join amazing tech teams or go on to launch their start up! Continue reading
General Provision’s bar is lined with custom stools inspired by them, our entrance is scattered with them on any given day, and our member just launched a company that gives local tours on them: Bicycles! In light of all this serendipity, it seemed fortuitous that we recognized National Bike Month with a proper celebration during May’s FATvillage Art Walk.
Two days ago, I cohosted a meetup on the topic of law, technology, and the state of the Internet — and it was wonderful. You usually don’t associate Fort Lauderdale with technology, but there is surely grounds to dismiss that myth now. With a growing coding and coworking space scene, you are bound to find creatives, good conversation, and inspiration if you keep your eyes open. Continue reading
Tomorrow marks the first day of Wyncode FATvillage at General Provision. We welcome a cohort of students that are eager to change their lives in 9 weeks by “Learning to Code.” Students will enter General Provision’s “War Room” at 10am on Monday for their first 2.5 hour lecture of the program. Following that, Wyncoders will be working within GP’s collaborative space amongst other creatives, independents, and entrepreneurs.
Are you interested in being a part of the next 9 week cohort? Read more about Wyncode here.
Photo: Sun Sentinel
It’s no surprise Thomas Swick started off by introducing the German term “Reisefieber” – translated as travel fever. He proclaimed that the Germans are some of the best travelers. It’s hard not to take his word as they had so cleverly come up with one word to describe our kind’s wanderlust. Continue reading
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