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Technology Forum of Delaware is holding its Spring into Networking event is from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday at At the Rail Wine Bar and Grille. The theme is finding great talent for your team, and Tech Forum has invited technology, engineering, entrepreneurship and business students who are graduating from area colleges and universities. Admission is $40 for nonmembers and $25 for members.
Delaware DevOps is holding an event called LunchOps Wednesday afternoon at BarclayCard US at the Riverfront. Thien Mac from ThoughtWorks will talk about “testing in the ops world, different testing approaches and strategies to test a provisioning script (tech agnostic),” according to the group’s Meetup page. Lunch is provided, and there will also be time for attendees to share about DevOps in their line of work.
The Delaware Economic Summit will be held at the Queen Wednesday and Thursday. The summit will serve as a forum for business owners and individuals to voice their ideas to their peers. It’ll feature talks from local experts, including Mark Aitken, co-owner and senior vice president of Horizon Services; Steve Masterson, who led Waste Management, Inc., for 15 years; and Carvertise founder Mac Nagaswami.
OWASP’s Delaware chapter is hosting a capture the flag/web-hacking event at 6 p.m. Thursday at Wilmington University that’s free and open to the public. Organizers note real websites won’t be harmed and only legal, ethical hacking will take place. Bring your computer.-30-
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