Tag: eugene oregon

  • How Small Towns Can Win A Big City Game

    How Small Towns Can Win A Big City Game

    People don’t give smaller towns enough credit. It’s easy to think that cities like San Francisco have everything going for the tech industry. But smaller towns like Eugene Oregon have plenty of advantages. Let’s talk about the advantages of Eugene Oregon’s tech sector, and show how small towns can win a big city game.

  • 5 Ways the Downtown Fiber Network in Eugene Is Great for Normal Folks

    5 Ways the Downtown Fiber Network in Eugene Is Great for Normal Folks

    So if you’ve been living in Eugene, Oregon you’ve probably heard about the downtown fiber initiative. Basically buildings downtown can get access to superfast internet. It might feel like the fiber network will only be good for a few people, but that’s not the case. High-speed fiber internet isn’t just good for business, tech folks, […]

  • Eugene Is Building for the Future with Downtown Fiber

    Eugene Is Building for the Future with Downtown Fiber

    So if you’ve been living in Eugene you might have heard about the downtown fiber initiative. Business and residents will now have the option to get access to super fast internet. Construction of the publicly owned fiber network will be starting soon. It will connect about 120 downtown Eugene buildings to world-class internet. It might […]

  • The Tech Scene In Eugene Oregon Has A Media Problem

    The Tech Scene In Eugene Oregon Has A Media Problem

    For the short time that I’ve been living in Eugene, Oregon there’s one problem I can’t escape. It echoes through slack channels and even over casual beers. The issue appears during high-brow parties, and at local meetups. I’ve spoken to a Wall Street Journal reporter and city level organization directors about it. The problem attacks […]

  • One year in Eugene Oregon

    One year in Eugene Oregon

    I’ve been living in Eugene Oregon for one year now. Here’s 8 things that I’ve noticed after moving to the Pacific Northwest from the San Francisco area.