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Pam Selle on ‘software as craft’ [Events Roundup]

Plus: OpenAccessPHL showcases PennApps Fellows, Girl Develop It's Summer of Open Source Fellowship and more.

“Instead of focusing our talks on the latest and greatest tech stuff coming out of Apple, we’re focused on the struggles and triumph of the community itself.”

That’s the mission behind CocoaLove, a Mac/iOS developers conference this October in Philly. Get tickets ($399) here.

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Inaugural Meetup of Software as Craft Philadelphia
Comcast developer and Philly JavaScript Developers meetup co-organizer Pam Selle will talk “about how identifying as a craftsman and embracing software as craft helps her find meaning in her work.”
Tuesday, 6-9 p.m.
PromptWorks, 1211 Chestnut Street, Suite 400.
Center City. RSVP. Free.

 

OpenAccessPHL
Expect presentations from PennApps Fellows, members of the Girl Develop It Summer of Open Source Fellowship, Alex Hillman of Indy Hall and the city’s Office of Innovation and Technology.
Friday, 5-7 p.m.
Comcast Center, 15th Floor.
Center City.
RSVP. Free.

 

Startup Pitch Night – Pitch. Watch. Learn. Network! + Zac Pappis, DuckDuckGo
Practice pitching your startup to a group. Also, Zac Pappis from DuckDuckGo will talk.
Thursday, 2:30-8:30 p.m.
Venturef0rth, 417 North 8th Street, 2nd Floor.
Callowhill. 
RSVP. $10.

Companies: DuckDuckGo / Girl Develop It

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