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From maker education to outer space, Baltimore will be well represented at SXSW over the next two weeks.
Below is our running list of Baltimore technologists and startups who’ll be at the annual extravaganza. If we missed you, let us know in the comments!
And if you aren’t heading to Austin, take the opportunity to meet up with others from the tech and design community at Technical.ly’s #notatSXSW on March 18 at Barcocina in Fells Point.
Digital Harbor Foundation’s Andrew Coy is organizing the SXSWedu Tech Ed Summit. Along with DHF, here are the other Baltimore organizations who will be showcasing there:
Margaret Roth is co-organizing the In the Know Summit as part of her work with EdTechWomen. Her startup, Yet Analytics, is also releasing its big data architecture product — Yet Core — to coincide with SXSW.
Lida Zlatic will also be showing off ClassTracks in the startup showcase at SXSWedu.
TechBreakfast will be aiming for the demo. It’s hosting a TechBreakfast Spectacular at the WeDC House. Founder Ron Schmelzer is also running the official SXSW “Hardware and IoT” meetup, and serving as a judge for SXSW Interactive.
Mindgrub CEO Todd Marks will be making the rounds at SXSWedu and Interactive.
OpiaTalk’s Tom Popomaronis, Dave Horn and Melanie Curtin will also be there for Interactive.
Paris Pittman of AOL/Advertising.com will be at SXSW this weekend.
Gary Pick of Newsbox will be at SXSW.
Johns Hopkins astrophysicist Jason Kalirai will be talking telescope at “Hubble: Touching the Universe.”
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