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Get the Big Huge story [Events Roundup]

Plus: Ignite Baltimore 16 is finally here.

Big Huge Games' Tim Train. (Screenshot via YouTube)

This week, get some quick stories at B’More on Rails and Ignite Baltimore, and an epic tale from the Hunt Valley’s gaming community.


B’More on Rails
The Rubyists get together for their monthly meetup. This session features talks from Max Warnock on defmatch and Chris Strom on 3D programming from the web with Three.js.
Tuesday, June 9
7 p.m.
OrderUp HQ, 2400 Boston St., Suite 201, Baltimore
RSVP | Free
Tim Train tells the Big Huge Games story
Baltimore Gamer
and game dev startup BrinkBit host this talk with Tim Train, the cofounder and COO of Big Huge Games. The original Big Huge was founded in 2000, but closed 12 years later after its parent company closed. Now, the studio is back and Train is ready to tell its story.
Wednesday, June 10
7 p.m.
Emerging Technology Centers Haven Campus, 101 N. Haven St., 3rd Floor, Baltimore
RSVP required | Free
Baltimore Drupal Meetup
Drupal is an open source CMS that’s used to power websites. Meet others who use it at this regular meetup, where presentations, conversations and even beer-drinking are known to take place. This month’s meetup is at one of the best haunts in Fells Point.
Wednesday, June 10
6:30 p.m.
Bertha’s, 734 S. Broadway, Baltimore
RSVP | Free
Ignite Baltimore 16
Postponed due to unrest, the latest edition of the lightning-talk fest is here. More than 10 speakers are signed up to talk for 5 minutes each about topics like the vaccination and finding a roommate on Craigslist.
Thursday, June 11
7 p.m.
MICA, Brown Center, 1300 Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore
Tickets | $5
EdTech Maryland Happy Hour
Baltimore’s thriving edtech ecosystem gathers once a month to exchange ideas, and hear about new work that’s happening to help improve K-12 learning.
Thursday, June 11
5 p.m.
Betamore, 1111 Light St., 4th Floor, Baltimore
RSVP | Free

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