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The University City Science Center's Quorum space often hosts tech events. (Photo courtesy of University City Science Center)

The Philly tech scene is getting on Slack.
For the uninitiated, Slack is a chatroom. On Slack, users, which are often companies (Technical.ly has one) but also communities, can create different channels for different topics. It’s run by a venture-backed San Francisco company.
Philly Startup Leaders are on Slack, though it will not replace the listserv, organizers have said. It’s just another way to communicate. Check out the #help channel, where users can post questions.
Request an invite to PSL's Slack channel
The PhillyDev channel has different chatrooms for various programming frameworks and tools. Note: no recruiters allowed.
It also has a code of conduct.
Request an invite to PhillyDev's Slack channel

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