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May 5, 2014 8:30 am

Rise of the Rest: why tech communities are growing nationwide

For our April podcast, our reporting team look at the reasons for and possible impact of a nationwide technology class community growing frenzy.

Following a tech and web business learning boom in the 1990s, today a post-recession recovery has taken on a decidedly tech entrepreneurship focus. Today cities across the country are boasting of their tech scenes,  a theme that Aol cofounder Steve Case has called ‘the rise of the rest.’

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In this month’s installment of the Technical.ly podcast, I am joined by our lead reporters Juliana Reyes, Andrew Zaleski and Brady Dale to discuss how this is happening in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Brooklyn specifically and more generally nationwide.

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