Jeff Rumage
News Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jeff Rumage is a tech news reporter for Built In. Before joining Built In in 2021, he worked as a reporter and editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Patch and the Oconomowoc Enterprise. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

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Catch up on the Austin tech news you may have missed last week.
The Happy Ring, pictured with its charger and smartphone app.
The wearable tech was developed by Happy Health, which just launched from stealth with $60 million in funding.
Cottage co-founders
The marketplace pairs startups on a budget with junior engineers that need real-world experience.
SailPoint team
Catch up on the Austin tech news you may have missed last week.
ClosingLock co-founder and CEO Andy White. | Photo: ClosingLock
The Austin startup has developed a secure portal for finalizing real estate transactions.
willie nelson mural in austin
About 135 privately-held Austin companies made this year’s Inc. 5000 rankings.
ATX sign in Austin
Catch up on the Austin tech news you may have missed last week.
The Austin startup’s ordering assistant is already answering phone calls and taking drive-thru orders at more than 1,200 restaurants across 40 states.
Smarter Sorting CEO Jacqueline Claudia. | Photo: Smarter Sorting
The 84-person team is set to grow another 20 percent in the next year.
Macami co-founder andCEO Carlos Martin cuts the ribbon at a launch celebration featuring members of the Austin Chamber of Commerce and Austin Tech Council. | Photo:
The startup, which is based out of Hamlet Coworking, plans to double its headcount in the next six months.
The Desti app has Austin-area singles bonding over date night destinations from the beginning of the conversation.
The Framework team.
The Toronto-based company is in the process of finalizing a coworking space with the goal of opening on Nov. 1.