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Earn Your Stripes
You can never be too prepared, whether it’s for work or just life in general.
That goes doubly for … seeing a zebra. Yes, that’s right. A few Marlboro residents recently spotted three zebras that escaped from a private game farm casually roaming around a suburban area.
This serves as a reminder to always be prepared for anything. Though I can’t imagine you’ll have any zebras interrupting your next job interview.
The Baltimore Development Corporation recently developed a plan for the city’s economic future, and it wants your feedback by the end of the month.
A former armory is now Towson University’s entrepreneurship hub — and it’s not just for students.
Mega Money Moves: Arcadia and ID.me both raised $100 million rounds last week.
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- Arcadia is hiring a Full Stack Engineer.
- Interested in using software to help public affairs professionals? Join Quorum as a Senior Software Engineer.
- Ready to take on a leadership role? Pie Insurance is searching for a Director of Engineering.
- cloudtamer.io is searching for a QA Automation Engineer.
- Donut is looking to hire a Software Engineer.
- Amalgam Rx is on the lookout for a Lead Engineer.
- Fraym is searching for a Data Scientist.
- U.Group is hiring a Drupal Developer.
- Capital One is seeking to hire a Backend Software Engineer.
- Clean energy tech company Inspire is bringing on a Senior Data Engineer.
- STRATIS is searching for a Resolution Engineer.
- KickUp needs a Full Stack Software Engineer.
- Crossbeam is hiring a Senior Front End Engineer.
I’ll see you and our striped friends soon.
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