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Digital Harbor Foundation students present computer games they built [Events]

High school students in the computer programming course at the Digital Harbor Foundation will show off the video games they've been designing for eight weeks.

Digital Harbor High School student Darius McCoy assembles a 3D printer inside the Digital Harbor Tech Center.

Another NoVa TechBreakfast takes place Wednesday morning. On Wednesday evening, stop by the Digital Harbor Tech Center to check out video games high school students have been programming for two months. Head to BTS Software Solutions in Federal Hill on Thursday night to drink beers with the gb.tc crew. If that’s not your scene, the Tech and Social Change Meetup is hosting a primer on Wikipedia for nonprofits the same evening at the Village Learning place. Finally, on Friday, startups and small businesses that need insurance help can attend a half-day workshop at Diversified Insurance Industries.

 

NoVa TechBreakfast: Another installment of TechBreakfast in Northern Virginia, because coffee and bagels taste better in Northern Virginia. Wednesday, June 5, 8 a.m. Steve Case Center, 22000 AOL Way, Dulles, Va. RSVP. FREE.

Code in the Schools Finale: For eight weeks, students in the computer programming course at the Digital Harbor Foundation have been designing video games. Come see those teams of students present their finished games to judges and spectators. Wednesday, June 5, 5:30 p.m. Digital Harbor Tech Center, 1045 Light St., Federal Hill, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.

Summer Kick Off at BTS: Join gb.tc in drinking beers at the outdoor courtyard at BTS Software Solutions’ office in downtown Federal Hill. Beers. Courtyard. POW. Thursday, June 6, 6 p.m. BTS Solutions, 1111 Light St., Federal Hill, Baltimore city. RSVP. $10.

Tech and Social Change Meetup: Wikimedia D.C.’s Dominic McDevitt-Parks and Dylan Kinnett, the manager of web and social media at the Walters Art Museum in Mount Vernon, offer a primer on how nonprofits can add information on Wikipedia and how the Walters went about uploading thousands of images of art onto Wikimedia Commons. Thursday, June 6, 6:30 p.m. Village Learning Place, 2510 St. Paul St., Charles Village, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.

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BizWorkshop: What’s better than being uninsured? Being insured. This workshop at Diversified Insurance Industries will tell you, Small Startup, what you need to cover, and how to do it, in the event that you screw something up. Friday, June 7, 9 a.m. Diversified Insurance Industries, 2 Hamill Rd., Cross Keys, Baltimore city. RSVP. $15.

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