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See Technical.ly Philly’s complete 2014 events and editorial calendar

In 2014, in addition to other coverage, we’ll take a closer look at a big issue in Philadelphia technology through both reporting and an event. It’s something we’re doing across our three markets.

Inside Venturef0rth, during a Philly Tech Week 2014 planning meeting. (Photo by Corinne Warnshuis, file)

We’re excited about 2014 and want to share a sneak peak at the events and coverage we have planned for the year. Our goal is to align our regular monthly events with some special daily coverage related to those events.

In 2014, in addition to other coverage, we’ll take a closer look at a big issue in Philadelphia technology through both reporting and an event. It’s something we’re doing across our three markets.

Take a look at our full events and editorial calendar for 2014 here

This early 2014 calendar includes the following:

  • January Event: Law event (more details to come soon!)
    Editorial focus: IP law
  • February: Net/Work tech jobs fair (more details to come soon!)
    Editorial focus: recruiting
  • March: #notatSXSW Philly Tech Week preview (our annual tradition)
    Editorial focus: interactive design
  • April: 4th annual Philly Tech Week
  • May: Hackolympics (more details to come soon!)
    Editorial focus: Northeast Corridor
  • June: Random Hacks of Kindness (our annual tradition)
    Editorial focus: city/enterprise IT
  • July: Innovation in the Park (more details to come soon!)
    Editorial focus: innovation
  • August: Social Entrepreneurship
    Editorial focus: social entrepreneurship
  • September: Healthcare
    Editorial focus: health and science
  • October: Tech 101 (follow up to this year’s event)
    Editorial focus: retention
  • November: National Civic Technology event (more details to come soon!)
    Editorial focus: economic development and policy
  • December: Civic Hacks Demo (follow up to this week’s event)
    Editorial focus: civic hacking

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