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J. Anthony Miguez returns for our first-ever Slack AMA

The former Wilmington resident is now working in the New Orleans tech scene.

Beignets not included. (Photo by Flickr user Viewminder, used under a Creative Commons license)

J. Anthony Miguez is coming back to the Northeast … via the Slack.
While we won’t get to see Miguez in the flesh, the former Wilmington resident who helped launch Start It Up Delaware, will be participating in our first Slack AMA from New Orleans. It’s happening tomorrow, Wednesday, July 1, at 1 p.m.


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We love covering tech communities in the Northeast and examining the similarities and differences between startup scenes in the corridor, but we rarely get a good perspective on how the cities we cover compare to our brethren across the U.S.
We’re excited to ask Miguez about the startup scene in the Big Easy (including its useful angel investor tax credit and its hosting of Collision in 2016). But this AMA is about community participation, so we want you involved. Baltimore lead reporter Stephen Babcock, who lived in NOLA for six years, will serve as moderator.
Ask a question at the AMA to qualify for a chance to win a copy of Smart People Should Build Things by Venture for America founder Andrew Yang.


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