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Mar. 24, 2017 12:59 pm

Vote on this year’s NET/WORK Awards and crown #dctech’s finest

Ready your voting fingers, people.

The room at Technical.ly's first NET/WORK DC.

(Photo by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier)

OK, folks. You’ve submitted your nominations and now it’s time to vote. Who will win our first-ever, v v important NET/WORK Awards?

And the nominees are…

Best Internet Side Project

  • DC Tech Stories podcast (Jessica Bell)
  • @DistrictPic (Max Leyzerovich)
  • @TuneIntoNews (Sarah-Jaine Szekeresh)
  • What’s My Function zine (Jessica Garson)
  • viewtific (Carla Uriona)
  • The ASL App (Melissa, Matt and Megan Malzkuhn and developer Tim Kettering)

Best Meetup Organizer

  • Christopher Breene, DC Tech Meetup
  • Mandy Walker, Tech in Motion
  • Joshua Szmajda, DC Ruby Users’ Group
  • Women Who Code organizing team
  • Code for DC organizing team
  • Andrew Dunkman, NodeDC

Best Tech Twitter Account

Least Worst Recruiter

  • Bailey O’Connell, Creative Circle
  • Maggie Bowen, Pariveda Solutions
  • Cathryn Stickel, Mapbox
  • Del Crockett, Motion Recruitment Partners

Best CTO

  • Valerie Coffman, Xometry
  • Yuriko Horvath, 1776
  • Jonathan Marks, Quorum Analytics
  • Archana Vemulapalli, District of Columbia
  • Emily Dresner, Upside Travel
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