Since launching in July, Technically Baltimore has been trying to join the relevant MeetUp groups in Baltimore city and the surrounding counties that are integral pieces of the startup, technology and innovation scene.
Our (starter) list is below. Undoubtedly we’re missing some.
Feel free to e-mail us at info AT technicallybaltimore DOT com, or to toss your suggestions in the comments below.
List of the more than 30 active Baltimore-area Meetup groups in our broad technology and entrepreneurship community:
- B’more on Rails
- Baltimore Cocoa
- Baltimore Coworking Meetup at Capital Studios
- Baltimore Drupalists
- Baltimore Lean Startup
- Baltimore Mobile
- Baltimore Mongo DB Users Group
- Baltimore MSDN
- Baltimore Perl Mongers
- Baltimore PHP
- Baltimore SEO Meetup
- Baltimore SharePoint Users Group
- Baltimore Tech Parents
- Baltimore UX Book Club
- Baltimore Washington Tech Meetup
- Baltimore Washington JAVA Group
- Baltimore WordPress Group
- BMore Tech [Editor’s Note: we’re behind this, so join and more details will follow!]
- CCBC MIT Fabrication Lab
- Entrepreneurs in Clean Energy
- IAmDtech: Diversity. In. Technology.
- IxDA Baltimore
- Just Dev It
- Maryland IT Professionals
- National Association of Women Business Owners – Baltimore
- Startup Grind Baltimore
- Tech and Social Change Baltimore Meetup
- Think Big Baltimore
- BaltEEmore ExpressionEngine Group
We should add that our friends in D.C. have a healthy collection of Meetups, and many of us head that way for our events. That’s a great asset, but we’re focusing here on the Baltimore area groups for now.
So who are we missing?
Google’s Women Techmakers launched a Baltimore chapter
We’re giving meetups the mic at Super Meetup
Hear from startups in Baltimore, Annapolis [Events Roundup]
How law firm Nemphos Braue is guiding startups along the new business learning curve
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Adobe Create NOW at the Graphic Design Meetup // NoVa TechBreakfast // Google’s Local U [Events]
Help plan the second annual Baltimore Innovation Week, scheduled for Sept. 2013 [Events]
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