Julie Zeglen, Author at Technical.ly

Julie Zeglen

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Julie Zeglen is the managing editor of Technical.ly and oversees its four markets: Philadelphia, Baltimore, D.C. and Delaware. She first joined the Technically Media team as editor of sister site Generocity, which covers social impact in Philadelphia, and previously worked as managing editor of Star Community Newsweekly, a hyperlocal newspaper focused on Philadelphia's River Wards. The Temple alumna calls West Philly home.

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Wait, you still haven’t registered to vote? Here’s how to do it civic

Oct. 9, 2020 11:57 am

Wait, you still haven’t registered to vote? Here’s how to do it

It's not too late to register in Delaware, Maryland, D.C., Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Technologists, tell us what (and how) you’re building this October software development

Oct. 1, 2020 2:32 pm

Technologists, tell us what (and how) you’re building this October

For Software Development Month, Technical.ly reporters will dive deeper into local companies' tech stacks, upskilling trends, technical side projects, coding bootcamps and the like. Plus: Noms are open for the 2020 RealLIST Engineers through Oct. 15.
What can corporates and startups learn from each other? growth

Sep. 28, 2020 3:07 pm

What can corporates and startups learn from each other?

At Introduced by Technical.ly, leaders from Comcast, Stanley Black & Decker, Messy.fm and URBN dug into cross-company sharing, from business models to workplace culture.
RealLIST Engineers is back: Which impactful technologists deserve shoutouts? software development

Sep. 17, 2020 12:40 pm

RealLIST Engineers is back: Which impactful technologists deserve shoutouts?

Technical.ly is honoring community members who show technical aptitude, community leadership and collaborative practices. Tell us: Who's "real" in your orbit?
Technical.ly On the Record: The challenge of expanding digital access in a pandemic access

Sep. 1, 2020 11:01 am

Technical.ly On the Record: The challenge of expanding digital access in a pandemic

For the seventh episode of Technical.ly's interview series taking you inside our journalists' virtual notebooks, Baltimore's Donte Kirby discusses how stakeholders are working to expand internet access for students.
In an unfathomably challenging 2020, who deserves to be celebrated in your local tech community? access

Aug. 27, 2020 3:06 pm

In an unfathomably challenging 2020, who deserves to be celebrated in your local tech community?

Nominate impactful leaders, change-making companies or innovative products making their communities better for this year's reimagined Technical.ly Awards.
Democracy is going digital. Let’s explore the implications during Civic Tech Month civic

Aug. 26, 2020 2:47 pm

Democracy is going digital. Let’s explore the implications during Civic Tech Month

This September, Technical.ly reporters will dive deep into topics like open data, civic hackathons, 311 apps, smart cities, online voter registration and public-private collaboration.
Take a break and test your local tech, computer history and internet culture knowledge company culture

Aug. 24, 2020 2:13 pm

Take a break and test your local tech, computer history and internet culture knowledge

If you missed the all-virtual Super Meetup, try your hand at these trivia questions we played live.
Technical.ly On the Record: The push for racial equity must continue past this summer access

Aug. 20, 2020 1:01 pm

Technical.ly On the Record: The push for racial equity must continue past this summer

For the sixth episode of Technical.ly's interview series taking you inside our journalists' virtual notebooks, Baltimore's Alex Galiani recounts his recent first-person essays and offers suggestions for keeping the racial justice movement alive.
Maps galore: Here’s where PPP funding went in Philly, Baltimore, DC, Delaware and Pittsburgh growth

Aug. 19, 2020 1:08 pm

Maps galore: Here’s where PPP funding went in Philly, Baltimore, DC, Delaware and Pittsburgh

With Congress negotiating another federal relief bill, it’s worth taking a moment to look at where the first 4.9 million loans went.

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