#NotatSXSW Bmore Tech Meetup — If you’re not going to Austin, come hang out with us!
- RSVP here
- Claddagh Pub 2918 Odonnell St, Canton
- Tues. March 12 @ 7:00-8:30pm
- $1 Natty Boh drafts
This year’s South by Southwest interactive kicks off in Austin, Texas, on Friday.
We’ve compiled a list of SXSW attendees from the Baltimore region we know are going. But if we’ve missed you, drop us a note in the comments section below and we’ll update the list.
(And if you can’t be in Austin, come hang out with us Tuesday in Canton to celebrate Baltimore at our #notatSXSW Happy Hour! RSVP here)
Also here: a list of Baltimore attendees at SXSWedu, which wraps up Thursday. Find that list below the SXSW list.
SXSW 2013 attendees:
- Damian Rintelmann from Weber Shandwick, a global communications and marketing firm with an office in Canton.
- Andrew Schuster and Coleman Anderson from NewsUp, an AccelerateBaltimore graduate and a mobile game for reading the news.
- Brendan Auvil from Millennial Media, the global mobile advertising company based in Canton.
- A team from Mindgrub Technologies‘ gaming division will be at the Gaming Expo. Technically Baltimore first reported on Mindgrub, a mobile product and web development agency based in Catonsville, in September.
- Greg Gershman, a software engineer and Presidential Innovation Fellow working on the MyUSA OAuth platform (what was originally called MyGOV).
- There’s also an open Facebook group for Baltimore’s SXSW attendees.
- Julie Lenzer Kirk, one of the co-organizers of the fall’s Pitch Across Maryland bus tour, is headed there with Startup America‘s contingent.
- Nick Miller, cofounder of Federal Hill-based startup Parking Panda.
SWSWedu 2013 attendees:
- Jennifer Gunner, chief operating officer of the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore and a co-organizer of January’s TEDxBaltimore event.
- Kevin Tame, a co-creator of #EdPain, which Technically Baltimore reported on in August.
- Andrew Coy, co-executive director of the Digital Harbor Foundation.
- John Cammack, the chairman of EdTech startup Curiosityville.
- Richard Rasmus, founder of LessonPathways.com, which “helps in-home and classroom teachers to find, organize and plan to use the best free online educational materials.”
- Katie Palencsar, cofounder of AccelerateBaltimore graduate Unbound Concepts, whose BookLeveler app helps teachers score classroom reading materials so they ensure they’re assigning age-appropriate reading materials to their students.
- Katrina Stevens, cofounder of LessonCast, which designs professional development media for teachers and schools.
- Steph Grimes and Shawn Grimes, the minds behind Campfire Apps, are representing Digital Harbor Foundation’s STEM Engine program, which they oversee.
- Margaret Roth, the tech director at the Digital Harbor Foundation.
Also keep in mind: Lotfy Nathan‘s documentary about Balitmore dirt-bikers the 12 O’Clock Boys is one of the eight films premiering at SXSW as part of the festival’s Documentary Feature Competition.