Washington’s Tech Titans

27 May 2009

Earlier this month, Washingtonian Magazine featured the who’s who of “Washington’s tech world” by nominating the 100 top leaders in the local tech community. The list is a mix of people responsible for shaping the world of technology in greater Washington and was compiled by 27 year-old Garrett Graff, fittingly a former Howard Dean Web-pro and author of the book The First Campaign about the digital race for the White House.

It’s worth a quick glance at the list, even if you’re just interested in seeing where Walt Mossberg places (Walt is great, but Steve Wildstrom is no slouch), as the list is reflective of just how diverse the tech landscape is here. You’ll notice that Graff smartly breaks out the names into groups – Entrepreneurs, Industry Leaders, Dealmakers, Politicos and Community and Thought Leaders – so that you can really see the depth and breathe of region’s tech credentials.

You can access the full list here:

http://www.washingtonian.com/articles/people/12164.html

One quick question however for the guy that wrote a book around the digital race for the Whitehouse, how come no Obama?

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