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Dave Troy

Dave Troy is the cofounder of Canton-based software firm 410 Labs. He has been a serial technology entrepreneur since 1986 when he started a computer mail order business at age 14. Since that time he has founded multiple companies, including an early Internet service provider, ToadNet, which he sold in 2004

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10 percent chance a given e-mail inbox will have 21K items or more: Dave Troy dev

Apr. 12, 2013 10:00 am

10 percent chance a given e-mail inbox will have 21K items or more: Dave Troy

Dave Troy, who's part of the team behind the Inbox Zero web app Mailstrom, analyzed 410 Labs' findings of data collected from 38,000 inboxes across dozens of e-mail providers, writing:
Dave Troy of 410 Labs: ‘We run the risk of creating the cult of the McStartup’ business

Feb. 15, 2013 10:00 am

Dave Troy of 410 Labs: ‘We run the risk of creating the cult of the McStartup’

Cofounder of 410 Labs Dave Troy was among those in the Startup Maryland delegation that presented its case for governmental support of entrepreneurship in this state and the nation last week at the White House. His chief clarion call on Huffington Post is for entrepreneurs to pursue “original ideas”: Consumer-facing, peer-to-peer commerce start-ups are hot, […]
A Vision for Baltimore’s Tech Business Ecosystem

Dec. 14, 2011 1:19 pm

A Vision for Baltimore’s Tech Business Ecosystem

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.
More Tech Stuff Baltimore Needs uncategorized

Oct. 6, 2010 8:48 am

More Tech Stuff Baltimore Needs

Baltimore's tech community has come a long way, but there's still plenty of cool stuff to try. Here are some fresh ideas that you can run with!
“Access to Funding” Is More About Perception than Reality

Sep. 18, 2010 5:04 pm

“Access to Funding” Is More About Perception than Reality

If a perceived availability of capital caused an influx of folks looking to engage in entrepreneurship, more entrepreneurial efforts would form. If more people were confident that they could grow a new business when they meet with success, then they would be more inclined to get to that point. So, since "funding" is actually the last thing that most startups actually need, how would the psyche of potential startup entrepreneurs be affected if lots of funding was obviously and ostensibly available?
Help Wanted: Beehive Community Development Intern uncategorized

Sep. 13, 2010 3:41 pm

Help Wanted: Beehive Community Development Intern

Since June, Beehive Baltimore has been settling into its new larger home at ETC, and our community has swelled to include over 200 professional stakeholders! This is great news, and a terrific trajectory of growth! We could use an intern who's interested in engaging with the community and helping advance coworking in Baltimore.