Common Curriculum launches with an open bar // Cowork at Capital Studios // GBTC hosts UnWIREd at Johns Hopkins [Events] - Technical.ly Baltimore

Common Curriculum launches with an open bar // Cowork at Capital Studios // GBTC hosts UnWIREd at Johns Hopkins [Events]

Webby Hour: It’s no Thirsty Thursday, but the meeting of College Web Designers and Developers on Wednesday is probably a better use of your time (and money, considering the event is held at beer emporium Max’s Taphouse). The group hasn’t met in awhile, so Wednesday’s meeting will be a time to come up with ideas […]

Webby Hour: It’s no Thirsty Thursday, but the meeting of College Web Designers and Developers on Wednesday is probably a better use of your time (and money, considering the event is held at beer emporium Max’s Taphouse). The group hasn’t met in awhile, so Wednesday’s meeting will be a time to come up with ideas for future events while enjoying a pint or two during happy hour. Wednesday, Aug. 22, 7:30 p.m. Max’s Taphouse, 737 S. Broadway, Fells Point, Baltimore city 21231. RSVP. FREE.

Common Curriculum Launch Party: When you’re done hanging out at Webby Hour, stick around Max’s for the Common Curriculum party. Common Curriculum is a new web application that helps teachers create lesson plans. Join co-founders Scott Messinger and Robbie Earle in celebrating the launch, complete with an hour-long open bar starting at 8 p.m. (Yes. Open bar.) Wednesday, Aug. 22, 7:30 p.m. Max’s Taphouse, 737 S. Broadway, Fells Point, Baltimore city 21231. RSVP. FREE.

Cowork at Capital Studios: Join members of the Baltimore Coworking Meetup group for a day of coworking. Capital Studios, located right above Heave Seas Alehouse, will open its space for six hours this Thursday to 20 members of the meetup group. Thursday, Aug. 23, 10 a.m. Capital Studios, 1300 Bank St., Fells Point, Baltimore city 21231. RSVP. $5

UnWIREd: As Greater Baltimore Technology Council’s Jason Hardebeck puts it, the purpose of the UnWIREd unconference is to “socialize and communicate some of the cool stuff happening around and the people that are working on it, and then to really look at and create a framework of future [minimum viable products] to prove or disprove ideas to do something.” The overarching goal? How Baltimore can use technology to improve the city and the region. Educators, policy makers, technologists, data wonks, creative-class types and people who just give a damn are encouraged to attend. Friday, Aug. 24, 2 p.m. Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles St., Homewood, Baltimore city 21218. RSVP. $10.

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Ruby on Rails programmers, join your fellow coding compatriots at at Medical Decision Logic on Tuesday night. Eric Oestrich of Canton-based SmartLogic Solutions talks API, co-organizer of the first Ruby DConf Keith Bennett will be there, and Ted O’Meara, project manager at D.C.’s intridea will present about regression issues.  Tuesday, Aug. 14, 7 p.m. Medical Decision Logic, 1216 E. Baltimore St., Jonestown, Baltimore city 21202. RSVP. FREE.

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