Dave Troy is the cofounder of Canton-based software firm 410 Labs.
He has been a serial technology entrepreneur since 1986 when he started a computer mail order business at age 14. Since that time he has founded multiple companies, including an early Internet service provider, ToadNet, which he sold in 2004. Since then he has been working on software development and in building the technology community in his hometown, Baltimore, Maryland. He was the force behind many tech-community initiatives including SocialDevCamp East, Barcamp Baltimore, Beehive Baltimore (a coworking facility), Baltimore Angels (an angel investment group), TEDxMidAtlantic, and BmoreFiber. He also serves on the board of two regional technology councils and is president of the Friends of the Maryland State Archives. He resides in Baltimore, Maryland with his wife and two children and is a certificated private pilot.