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Dec. 28, 2012 9:30 am

Baltimore Tech in 2012: Technically Baltimore’s 15 takeaways from this last year

Relatively speaking, Baltimore’s early-stage technology community has been busy in 2012. Call it hype. Call it cheerleading. Call it noise. But whatever the name, it’s plain that Baltimore city’s tech ecosystem is growing at a clip previously unseen. Admittedly, there’s progress yet to be made, as Baltimore searches for its identity among other tech startup cities in the […]

Relatively speaking, Baltimore’s early-stage technology community has been busy in 2012. Call it hype. Call it cheerleading. Call it noise. But whatever the name, it’s plain that Baltimore city’s tech ecosystem is growing at a clip previously unseen.

Admittedly, there’s progress yet to be made, as Baltimore searches for its identity among other tech startup cities in the U.S.

But as we bid farewell to 2012, Technically Baltimore takes a look back on some of the pivotal developments within this city’s tech community in 2012. (And we do mean some. In no way have we established a comprehensive list here, and we encourage people to make additions to this list via our Twitter feed, our Facebook page and in the comments below.)

We should add: this is not ordered according to our arbitrary judgment of relative importance. It’s more of a jumble. A Jackson Pollock of tech, if you will. Salut.

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