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Jan. 25, 2019 7:23 am

Did Technical.ly help you find a job or progress on your career path?

As we come up on 10 years of reporting on and convening tech communities, we want to know how we've been a part of your career journey.

Job-seekers work the floor at D.C.'s first NET/WORK.

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At Technical.ly, we’ve spent the past 10 years reporting on and convening local tech communities along the East Coast.

More recently, we’ve introduced services to help readers get hired, and help companies hire the best, such as Match, Talent and NET/WORK.

Now, as we approach our 10th anniversary, we’re asking readers to tell us how Technical.ly has been a part of their career journey.

Did you attend an event where you met a future employer? Did you read a story about a company you didn’t know about that inspired you? Was there a skill or industry that you learned about from Technical.ly?

How else were we a part of your career trajectory?

Tell us, and we’ll feature the best responses in Technical.ly’s upcoming 10th anniversary story series, happening around Feb. 9 — the date we published our very first story in Philly.

Share your career story

Psst, our annual jobs fair returns Wednesday, March 27, at Alley powered by Verizon — and our anniversary party is happening right after. Register here to attend.

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