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The tech community in Savannah is growing rapidly with more remote workers moving here every week, existing SAV companies adding to their headcount and countless startups building software products or providing services to a global base of customers.   The techSAV community has grown to over 1000 active participants across multiple channels.

Join the techSAV Slack to connect and chat in real time in over 20 different topics/channels.  Have a coding question?  Post in the dev channel and expect an answer within the day.  Looking for a job?  Check out the career board channel for local and remote opportunities.  Looking for the latest design tools or feedback?  Check out the design channel.  Or you can just chat about whats going on in the world in our ‘random’ channel or post a question in ‘general’ channel.

If you like getting emails, sign up for our newsletter to keep up with news and events or join the techSAV Meetup group to get regular reminders/RSVPs for our monthly events, Refresh and lunchFunction101 tech talks, Tech Tuesday or Co-working day.  And you can always follow us on Twitter or Facebook to keep up with Savannah’s tech scene.

If you or your company has news you would like to share with the tech community let us know.  And if you’re passionate about growing the tech community in Savannah and want to get involved or sponsor techSAV events and efforts, just reach out.

Yvonne Jouffrault is the co-founder of techSAV, a tech entrepreneur, startup advisor and tech community activist. Yvonne currently serves as the co-chair of Geekend 2018 and can be reached at yvonne@bluecanyon.us. The Creative Coast is a non-profit organization supporting local innovators which is made possible by the City of Savannah and the SEDA.

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