The picture above was taken by Jess Gartner at the Education Hack Day in November. Jess is a 7th grade teacher at New Era Academy,
The following is a guest post from members of the student-run Hopkins Consulting Agency at Johns Hopkins University.
About a year ago,
Startup 101 is meant to be a “Quick Setup” guide to help assimilate you and your startup with the Baltimore community.
I keep thinking about this exit interview that Brian Sierakowski did with Paul Capestany, who is leaving Baltimore to move to San Francisco (joining the likes of other smart former Baltimore/Maryland transplants Patti Chan,
You may have noticed a great deal popping up on your social networks recently: “Win $100 to Woodberry Kitchen by liking our Facebook page!” This marketing tagline is part of an aggressive marketing strategy that local startup GiveCorps has put out to start building their base of users.
I’ve attended a few meetings lately with groups in Baltimore who want to help technology entrepreneurs. Here’s what I’ve been thinking and saying in these meetings.
2012 is shaping up to be the “Year of the Civic Startup.”
With the growth of the open government movement and more and more governments embracing open data,
As a professional software consultant I can vouch for the fact that most small businesses that are using software to manage their stores are doing so with a side of Tylenol.
Last week I was fortunate enough to sit in on an 8th grade math class led by Kevin Tame, a Teach for America corps member that’s in his 2nd year of teaching at Booker T.
It can be difficult to see the forest for the trees when it comes to defining what it is we in the so-called “tech community” are trying to achieve.