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Mike Subelsky

Mike Subelsky is a programmer and web entrepreneur based in Baltimore. He is the CTO and cofounder of STAQ, and also cofounded OtherInbox.com (now part of ReturnPath), Ignite Baltimore, the Baltimore Hackathon and the Baltimore Improv Group. Early in his career, he served as a U.S. Navy cryptologic officer for seven years in a variety of domestic and overseas assignments.

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Why I’m stepping down from Ignite Baltimore creative

Aug. 7, 2015 11:00 am

Why I’m stepping down from Ignite Baltimore

Organizer Mike Subelsky explains why it's time for a leadership change — and shares videos of his favorite talks.
To get better startups, we need to welcome subject-matter expert entrepreneurs: Mike Subelsky business

Feb. 22, 2013 9:30 am

To get better startups, we need to welcome subject-matter expert entrepreneurs: Mike Subelsky

Technologist and Ignite Baltimore coorganizer Mike Subelsky writes about growing a startup culture of greater value than the buzzy conversations of today sometimes value. Read the full post here. There are other obstacles to achieving the kind of meaningful entrepreneurship [many of us want to see]. Those hard problems are going to end up being […]
Mike Subelsky grades startup community: great events, but lack of capital, poor alumni outreach

Oct. 1, 2012 9:30 am

Mike Subelsky grades startup community: great events, but lack of capital, poor alumni outreach

While people turn their noses up at Baltimore being a hub for tech entrepreneurship, the city has more going for it than people realize, says local web developer Mike Subelsky. According to the unofficial report card for Baltimore’s tech community posted on his personal blog, Charm City is the place to be to find strong tech founders, […]
How to Help Tech Entrepreneurs in Your City

Mar. 5, 2012 12:50 pm

How to Help Tech Entrepreneurs in Your City

Local developer and tech community advocate Mike Subelsky has offered up a few observations and suggestions for making your city more attractive and fruitful to technology entrepreneurs.
Should we all move to Silicon Valley? civic

Jul. 6, 2011 2:00 pm

Should we all move to Silicon Valley?

If you absolutely are committed to starting a consumer Internet company I can see the argument for moving to San Francisco, but I would carefully examine your assumptions about what's going to be easier and harder for you when you get there.
Baltimore Hackathon: Build, Meet People, and Have Fun

Nov. 11, 2010 1:31 pm

Baltimore Hackathon: Build, Meet People, and Have Fun

During the first Baltimore Hackathon, we're gathering software and hardware hackers together for one awesome weekend to build something new, from idea to prototype.
Entrepreneur on the Move: Ben Walsh

Nov. 4, 2010 12:51 pm

Entrepreneur on the Move: Ben Walsh

Ben Walsh, organizer of Innovate Baltimore, just launched Pure Bang games and is helping develop a new arts and tech hub in Highlandtown.
Video Tour of Beehive Baltimore

Oct. 12, 2010 7:17 pm

Video Tour of Beehive Baltimore

Paul Kauders of SplitGear made an awesome video tour of Beehive Baltimore, epicenter of startup culture in Baltimore!
Best of BaltTech business

Sep. 20, 2010 9:48 am

Best of BaltTech

Gus Sentementes is the tech reporter for the Baltimore Sun. He writes a blog called BaltTech that is a must-read for Baltimore tech types. In this article we highlight some of the best BaltTech posts that Startup Baltimore readers should check out.
Finding a Technical Cofounder

Sep. 17, 2010 12:03 pm

Finding a Technical Cofounder

You've got an incredible idea and a passion to see it grow. Now all you need is someone to build it for you; a technical cofounder. If the idea is strong enough, they should be coming to find you! Ideas and advice from a veteran entrepreneur and technical cofounder for how to make this happen in Baltimore.

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