The inaugural SyncRVA was a fashion show, of sorts. Attendees wore jeans, others sported khakis, yet others went with suits or dress skirts. Some were jacketed, others not. But such a fashion menagerie is expected when you put the hackers, the corporate IT types, and the web developers – all with diverse technology backgrounds and workplace attire standards– in the same room together.
In a celebration at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, the Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate (GRACRE) honored 16 local commercial real estate projects and transactions as part of its 11th Annual Commercial Real Estate Awards commemorating the most outstanding examples of design and implementation within Greater Richmond’s real estate market during 2011.
“For today’s activity, everyone has to make a stencil and add a drawing to the poster.” Assuming you’re not an elementary school teacher, it’s unlikely that this sentence has ever been spoken in your office. If your response is to cast an awkward glance at the 5-foot dynamo making the suggestion, you’ve clearly never been […]
People around RVA are always asking me, “If I’m a mobile worker and need to print something really important right away, but am miles from my home office, how in GRID’s name do I print?” Dadchat, bolstered by social media, has brought fathers from Greater Richmond together for brew, barbecue, and a little guidance. Hatched […]