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Next week: Ask Zip Code Wilmington instructor David Ginzberg anything

We're taking over our Technical.ly public Slack to interview him. Here's how you can join in on the fun.

On Zip Code Wilmington's first day. (Photo by Jim Stewart)

Mark your calendars, as we invite you to join us in our public Slack group chat as we host an AMA (“ask me anything”) with Zip Code Wilmington instructor David Ginzberg on Friday, Jan. 6, 1:30 p.m. Ginzberg has been getting more involved with the Delaware tech scene since he started teaching at the school late last year.
You can catch him participating at Barrel of Makers workshops and teaching workshops at Open Data Delaware. Ginzberg is a quiet participant of the tech scene, which is why we’ve chosen him for a public slack AMA. This will your chance to ask Ginzberg everything you’ve wanted to know about his classes at Zip Code, what his favorite programming language is and his favorite Pokemon Go character is.
Zip Code Wilmington has achieved quite a bit this year as it was recognized by the Obama administration and Gov. Jack Markell earlier this year.
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