More than a dozen Baltimore technologists visited Philadelphia Friday to take in two of that city’s technology clusters.
See coverage of the day here from our sister site Technically Philly, which organized the day there, and partnered with GBTC and us to help rally the crowd. It was a deeper followup to Geeks on a Train.
Baltimore attendees included Baltimore city CIO Chris Tonjes, who met with his Philly counterpart Adel Ebeid, GBTC’s Jason Hardebeck and Andrew Hazlett, 401Labs developer Jonathan Julian, VIM Interactive community manager Sarah Jones, Startup Weekend winner Brian Sierakowski and others.
While the crew was hearing from Philadelphia city government innovators, that city’s Mayor Michael Nutter came to greet them.
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