Where do you think the Balt tech scene is heading?
In the comments in the first post, Twitterer @ecogordo said he'd like to get my view on where the BaltTech community is heading.
Heck if I have a crystal ball -- like this guy on the left.
But here's what I do know: there are lots of people talking to each other in this town and in the greater Baltimore/Maryland tech scene.
Every week, you're hearing about tweet-ups and networking events. Perhaps all the tech-talk is nothing new, skeptics might say. Or maybe, thanks to a whole set of social media tools -- i.e. Twitter, Facebook -- people are making connections and sharing ideas at an exponentially increasing rate. You need such percolation to fuel the startup dreams (and new jobs) of tomorrow.
One of the best local posts about the tech scene can be found on Mike Subelsky's blog. Subelsky -- a hacker, Ignite Baltimore co-founder, theater improv dude and all around brainy guy -- gives us his informed take and neatly summarizes some of the trends we're all starting to see. Take a look.
What do you think about Baltimore's tech scene? Where is it going and where does it need to go?
(Photo credit: Karl Merton Ferron, Sun photographer)
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