We want your feedback.
Through the pandemic, like the decade before it, Technical.ly has stayed committed to covering changes and trends in your local tech community. But these changes have also come alongside hard pivots to our own business model. For instance, IRL events — once a staple of our work — became impossible.
Now, we want to know: What do you want to see and read from Technical.ly? How can we do a better job informing you about what’s happening in the tech economies of Baltimore, Philly, DC, Delaware and Pittsburgh, and in connecting you to other local technologists, entrepreneurs, company builders and the like? Have you interacted with the Technical.ly community more or less over the past year, and why?
The Technical.ly community survey is your chance to tell us.
The whole thing should take less than five minutes. As a bonus for sharing your thoughts, we’ll pick a few people to get a signed copy of Guy Raz’s book “How I Built This” once we close the survey in a few weeks. We’ll also pick a random five people to win $50 gift cards. (Note that to be entered to win, we’ll need your email address — otherwise, the survey is anonymous.)
In the meantime, you can always follow us by subscribing to our daily newsletters curated with original tech reporting in Baltimore, DC, Delaware, Philly and Pittsburgh, as well as joining our active Slack community or following us on social media. And our inboxes are always open — catch me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks in advance for your feedback!