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Feb. 10, 2014 12:15 pm

These 18 Baltimore tech firms are hiring right now [NET/WORK]

If you want a job in technology, Baltimore has options for you. More than 15 businesses, startups and organizations will be present to share information on their open positions on Thursday, Feb. 20 for NET/WORK, our tech jobs fair.

This was the scene at NET/WORK Philly, the tech jobs fair we held there in February 2014.

Technical.ly Baltimore is organizing NET/WORK, the local tech jobs fair.
If you want a job in technology, Baltimore has options for you. More than a dozen businesses, startups and organizations will be present to share information on their open positions on Thurs., Feb. 20 for NET/WORK, our tech jobs fair happening at Emerging Technology Center’s newly-opened space on North Haven St.

We have a full list of them below, but if you want the best chance to meet representatives of them all, you’ll want to come next week.

RSVP here now.

Tickets for job seekers are $5 and free for students, with ID, and come with a chance to meet more than a dozen employers, free professional headshots and a happy hour thanks to Columbia-based cybersecurity firm Tenable Security.

This is a chance to connect companies with technologists and other creative talent, including graduating college students, thanks in part to a partnership with Baltimore Collegetown. The focus is on technology jobs, including designers, developers and those with software and engineering backgrounds, but many of these firms are always looking for strong talent in sales and marketing roles too.

Companies that will be represented include:

We’ll also have community groups on hand that you can meet, including:

In addition to these local tech groups that want to meet you, NET/WORK will feature a series of development-focused talks, professional development opportunities throughout the day and free professional head shots with admission.

Developers and engineers from local adtech startup Staq will be leading discussions and mini-workshops on Ruby and JavaScript. Mike Brenner, cofounder and CEO of the Federal Hill coworking space Betamore, will be on hand to give a presentation introducing the ins-and-outs of the Baltimore tech community. Find more details and register here.

Interested in exhibiting at NET/WORK? There are still spots left. Contact brian AT technical.ly for more information.

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Corinne Warnshuis

Corinne Warnshuis is an events coordinator for the Technical.ly network of local technology news sites and events. Previously, she has worked in community relations in public media and has done freelance writing. The California native is a local organizer for Girl Develop It and a UC-Santa Cruz graduate.

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