Sarah Prevette addresses the SproutUp crowd. Photo by Brett Gundlock for the National Post.
“On almost any given weeknight,” goes the article in today’s National Post, Sprouting a Hotbed, “there is an event in Toronto somewhere where the technology crowd convenes to talk about the smartphone applications they're building, to offer advice on each other's business models and share Twitter marketing strategies with an eye to becoming the next Mark Zuckerberg.”
There’s a lot going on in my city’s tech scene, and it’s making splashes worldwide. The article covers some of the names of the people who make Toronto the tech-place-to-be that it is, including friend and former coworker at Microsoft, David Crow:
"If you were to ask me what's in the water and what makes Toronto special, it's that it's one of the most diverse cities in the world," he said. "Much of what we think of as innovation is just the tension between different viewpoints and Toronto is the city of differing viewpoints ... the whole point of building the community piece is to help the diversity and these folks come together and get excited about what's going on."
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This article also appears in Global Nerdy.