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Feb. 15, 2017 12:33 pm

The v prestigious NET/WORK Awards are coming and we need your nominations

Shout out your favorite office pet, snack shelf or CTO. We've got some voting to do.

Gettin' jobs at NET/WORK Baltimore 2016.

(Photo by Catherine Sontag)

So we tried a little something in Philadelphia and it worked really well and now we’re bringing it to Charm City.

It’s the NET/WORK Awards — a not-so-serious hugely important competition crowning the best people in the Baltimore tech community.

As you may recall, Technical.ly’s annual not-sucky jobs fair is coming up soon (Thursday, Feb. 23, see you there) and we like having fun. And really, there’s no better time to crown someone “Least Worst Recruiter” than when a bunch of hiring companies and job seekers are together in one big room. Good times.

Now, we’re currently at Step 1: nominate some folks. Here are the categories:

  • Best Meetup Organizer of the Year
  • Best Baltimore Tech Twitter Account
  • Best Coworking Community Manager
  • Least Worst Recruiter
  • Best CTO
  • Best Game Developer
  • Best Slack Channel
  • Best Office Pet
  • Best Office Snack Shelf

Are you ready to rumble?

Nominate someone

We have some nominees in mind already, but we want to get ideas from you before we put this out for online voting. Now is your chance. You have until Friday, Feb. 17 to submit your ideas. Nominees will be announced Monday. Winners will be announced at the event. Go team.

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Zack Seward

Zack Seward is Editor-in-Chief of Technical.ly, the local technology news network. Previously, Seward was the Innovations Reporter at WHYY and NewsWorks.org in Philadelphia. Before that, he worked at WXXI in Rochester, N.Y., as a reporter and editor for a statewide public radio reporting project. Seward is an alumnus of Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. He's originally from San Francisco and went to college in Chicago.

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