Technology

Student's participating in a five-week free coding course hosted at Mission Economic Development Agency on 19th and Mission Streets. Photo by Laura Waxmann

Students Hack into Tech with Mission Coding Course

As the San Francisco Unified School District works to implement a mandated computer science curriculum into classrooms citywide, local organizations are looking to address what they say is a serious shortcoming in the city’s classroom-to-career...
Mark Zuckerberg's 21st Street residence.

Some Neighbors Say Zuckerberg Security Hogs Parking

A not-so-neighborly letter circulating amongst Mark Zuckerberg’s Mission District neighbors entangles the Facebook CEO in an issue that many San Franciscans generally do not take lightly – parking spaces. Some residents of Liberty Hill, where Zuckerberg bought his...
Bill Davey balances on his hoverboard at 19th and Mission streets. Photo by Laura Waxmann

Hoverboards Merge Uneasily onto SF’s Streets

Once El Niño subsides, “hoverboards” are expected to swerve onto the Mission’s streets and some fear that neither pedestrians, nor cyclists nor government regulations are quite ready for the new traffic from the motor-powered devices...
Mission Techies interns assist community members with their technological challenges at "Get Connected" event on October 24. Photo by Laura Waxmann

Mission Families “Get Connected” to Tech

In a room labeled Mission Techies Lab, a group of technology interns had their hands full.  They were trying to resolve some technical issues that Mission District community members visiting for the day had with their phones.  At...