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Take this NewsUp quiz on the Baltimore tech community

In celebration of Baltimore Innovation Week, we're teaming up with NewsUp to test your knowledge of the local tech scene.

Think you know the Baltimore tech scene well?

Take this quiz
In celebration of Baltimore Innovation Week, the team behind NewsUp, the quiz-based news and civic engagement tool, has launched in partnership with Baltimore a simple, nine-question temperature check on how closely you’re following Baltimore’s big tech initiatives.
You can check out other local quizzes of theirs here.
If you can hold back the suspense, come to Friday’s closing Innovation Celebration for a chance to take the quiz in-person with the NewsUp team. There will also be other local tech to play with — gaming, robotics and the like.

Companies: NewsUp

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