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Use Ember? Get ready to be happy (even if you don't). Tom Dale is moving to Portland.

Just heard some potentially squee-worthy news. Much like Joe Stump, Ryan Carson, Simple, and Puppet Labs—and any number of talented tech types before him—Tom Dale has decided to move to Portland. It’s a bit of a coup for our open source and startup scenes—and a huge credit to the amazing city that is Portland. Read More

Hang out with Darya and Kevin Rose in Portland, this Saturday

Still looking for something to do this weekend? Well, I mean, I know you have tonight covered and Monday covered. But what about Saturday? Well, get ready to be happy. Read More

The Force is strong with this one: Portland’s Sprintly lands a who’s who Jedi Council of investors and advisors

The Portland startup scene always likes it when known entities choose to call our city home for their newest endeavors. So was the case when Joe Stump—of Digg and SimpleGeo fame—announced he was relocating to Portland and bringing his new effort, Sprintly, along. Read More

Joe Stump and Sprint.ly move to Portland

I’ve been a little tardy on posting this news. But today seemed like a good day to do it.

Sprint.ly, the company cofounded by Joe Stump—which he joined full-time following the acquisition of SimpleGeo by Urban Airship—is now calling Portland home. Read More

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