Google unveiled web-programming language Dart in 2011 — the B’more on Rails Meetup will explain why your next app should be built using it. On Wednesday head to Columbia for this month’s TechBreakfast. And on Thursday night stop by the Baltimore Node and try out some 3D printers at its Open Hack night.
B’more on Rails Meetup: Should your next web app be created using the relatively new language Dart? The B’more on Rails crew intends to make that case at this month’s Meetup. Tuesday, May 13, 7 p.m. Medical Decision Logic, 1216 E. Baltimore St., Jonestown, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
Columbia TechBreakfast: It’s that time once again. Head to Columbia to learn about five new startups while getting free coffee and bagels. Wednesday, May 14, 8 a.m. Loyola University Maryland, 8890 McGaw Rd., Columbia, Howard County. RSVP. FREE.
Baltimore Node Open Hack Night: Stop by the Baltimore Node makerspace to try out its hi-tech and low-tech tools — 3D printers and handsaws — at this week’s Open Hack. Thursday, May 15, 7 p.m. Baltimore Node, 403 E. Oliver St., Station North, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.-30-
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