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    Three Events You Can’t Miss

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    The self-organizing tech community event has finally come of age here in Baltimore.  Here’s three events you can’t miss.

    My new company, Roundhouse Technologies, is a sponsor of all three, and I’m speaking at Ignite Baltimore and am event co-chair for SocialDevCamp.  Each of these events is an example of the kind of self-organizing community events that I believe will shape the next wave of tech on the east coast and which I believe will give rise to the next great wave of innovation. And this time, that innovation is going to happen in places besides the towns along 101 and Interstate 280.

    I’ve not talked a lot about Roundhouse yet publicly, but we’re methodically building things up, and we’ll have more to say soon. Stephen Muirhead and I are heading up the company. Stephen is an experienced executive and entrepreneur, and among other distinctions is the former president of Microprose Software, maker of the Sid Meier Civilization games, (ironically now owned by Atari, with which I had a long association, though under a previous incarnation).

    So, anyway, lots of stuff is happening.  Ignite Baltimore should be amazing.  If you have not RSVP’d yet, please do so now to be sure you can get in.  The space is limited.  SocialDevCamp East was heralded as one of the top tech events on the east coast, and we’re expecting another amazing day on November 1.  And if Twin Tech II (held a couple of weeks ago in DC) is any indication of the scale and energy we can expect at Twin Tech III, we’re in for a heck of an event.

    Tech is very much alive and well in DC, Baltimore, Philly, and New York.  Watch it unfold in the coming months and years!

    • http://highearthorbit.com Andrew Turner

      Awesome to see such great events being held around the DC area. Unfortunately I missed Ignite – but twitter spread good things about it.

      There is also going to be an OpenStreetMap mapping party in Arlington, VA the weekend of November 1 & 2, so maybe can get people to do one in Baltimore at Social DevCamp as well (social mapping!)