“If you give ‘em your best slice of pizza and you know that’s your best slice in the box and they act like it ain’t nuthin, and they try to give it back, spit it out, whatever – don’t even give ‘em no more pizza.”
After losing more than ten close friends due to gun violence, Jared Arms motivated himself to learn to program in order to build an application which centralizes all the obituaries of those who died due to gun violence. Jared used the experience to create Kylar.io, a technology platform for communities and businesses.
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