Members may have noticed the steady growth of the Fort Work community since the beginning of the year. After moving to the Alto 211 building in the heart of downtown Dallas, the number of full-time members has grown nearly 5-fold. Operating at an entirely new level of visibility and capacity for growth, the need for... View Article
It’s true. Almost anyone can become an investor in a startup thanks to the Texas State Securities Board, which approved the rules to regulate the way startups and investors conduct equity crowdfunding. As a result, more than 20 million unaccredited investors will soon be able to invest up to $5,000 per year in equity investments... View Article
In open source software forking means taking the existing base of source code, making a copy of it, and modifying the copy for one’s own needs.
Decks in the Park returns to Klyde Warren Park this Thursday at 7pm. Decks is Klyde Warren’s largest event of the year drawing nearly 5k in attendance to do one thing… dance the night away. Featuring Dallas’ most talented DJ’s and Producers like Paradise and DJ Souljah, it is no reason Decks has become one... View Article
Fort Work hosted its the first ever Downtown Dallas Hackathon on Friday and Saturday April 24 & 25, 2015. With support from Downtown Dallas Inc. and others, participants were encouraged to hack on projects that solve problems specific to Downtown across a 24 hour period from 8 PM-8 PM. Hackers were welcome from all over,... View Article
Fort Work front line was mentioned on this Fast Company article about models of free coworking by Jared Lindzon: http://www.fastcompany.com/3044436/hit-the-ground-running/why-these-free-coworking-spaces-in-train-stations-are-banking-on-soci The article was primarily about the freemium model of Seats2Meet, a Dutch company that offers over 300,000 seats to work at in dense parts of cities across Europe. Towards the end, I’m quoted about my... View Article