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Cool talk alert: The Future of Innovation in Baltimore

It's during the Baltimore Hackathon on Saturday at Impact Hub.

Attendees watching presentations at the fall 2010 Baltimore Hackathon, one of the city's first. (Photo courtesy of Jonathan Julian)

The Baltimore Hackathon returns this weekend, with a new civic track and space at Open Works to tinker on hardware projects.
Along with getting heads down on a project, the hackathon is also a chance to see what’s happening in the Baltimore tech community. During the event, a panel of technologists will take some time to look at the big picture.
The talk, dubbed the “The Future of Innovation in Baltimore,” runs from 1–2:30 p.m. Saturday at Impact Hub. It’s free and open to the public.
Panelists include:

  • Luke Cooper, founder of Fixt
  • Keisha Reed, founder of K. Reed Digital
  • Brit Johnson, software quality analyst at No.Inc
  • McKeever Conwell II, deal team coordinator at TEDCO

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