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Join us for happy hour. Technical.ly members get in free

Support local journalism and mingle with the community on March 15.

Join us for a happy hour. (Photo by Flickr user Bossi, used under a Creative Commons license)

If you’re like us, you care about local journalism, events that connect the community and services that point to new opportunities. That’s what we’re celebrating with Technical.ly’s new membership program, which launched about a month ago.
Now, if you show your support by Thursday, March 15, at 1 p.m., we’d like to raise a glass to you.
To close out our career fair, NET/WORK, we’re hosting a ticketed happy hour. It’s a great way to meet and mingle with local technologists and the people looking to hire after a day of swapping resumes and professional development. But for select non-jobseekers we’d like to extend the invite, too.
So here’s the deal (keep it between us, ok?): Become a Technical.ly member and get in free. The first drink is on us.

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The happy hour is at Baltimore Studios, Studio 4. The address is 235 Holliday Street.
Join us to meet the Technical.ly team, and share ideas about how we can do things better. We did this in Philadelphia this week and it was a rousing success.
We’re looking forward to hearing from you – over a drink, of course. Thank you for your support.

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