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Jun. 11, 2015 10:01 am

Introducing the Technical.ly Slack

Here's your chance to connect with tech communities across the Northeast Corridor.
Brooklyn Bridge archway.

Brooklyn Bridge archway.

(Photo by Brady Dale)

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We’re launching this public Slack group to bring together the four core geographies that Technical.ly covers outside of Brooklyn, sharing a wider focus on innovation communities around the country.

Why Slack? We want to do a better job of connecting these communities and think this is a fun way to do it. It’s about sharing best practices, meeting smart people and getting to know what makes a tech scene tick.

If you don’t know Slack, it’s a chat room for communities that has really exploded in the startup/tech world: companies use it to communicate, and some community-building organizations, like Technical.ly, are beginning to use the platform to bring people together.

Here are a few ways you can connect with community members in the Technical.ly Slack:

  • Discuss technology trends across the Northeast Corridor.
  • Share interesting tidbits from events you attend.
  • Talk shop with the community.
  • Coordinate offline meetups and collaborations.
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