Re/code Editor Kara Swisher speaks at Loyola
Swisher, the co-executive editor of Re/code and former Wall Street Journal technology columnist, delivers Loyola University Maryland’s 27th annual Caufield lecture. She will discuss the technology world’s shift from devices to internet capabilities.
Monday, April 20
McGuire Hall, Loyola University
Han Solo in Carbonite’s Going Away Party
Chewie, we’re home. Han Solo is coming back for another movie, so here’s a chance to revisit one of his greatest hits. Baltimore Node’s 1:1 replica of Han Solo in carbonite is going on a journey south. Before it begins, however, Todd Blatt will let everyone get a look at the technological terror he’s created and discuss what he learned while creating the project.
Tuesday April 21
Baltimore Node, 403 E. Oliver St., Baltimore
RSVP. Bring some food or $5 for pizza.
Baltimore Founder Institute Information Session
Thinking of starting a company? Learn more about this part-time, four-month entrepreneurship training program. It offers chances to “learn by doing,” and doesn’t even require quitting your day job.
Tuesday, April 21
ETC Haven Campus, 101 N. Haven St., 3rd Floor, Baltimore
Digital Harbor Foundation FabSlam Showcase
DHF wraps up the fourth edition of this multi-week, team-based fabrication competition by letting the youth show off what they’ve made. Teams will present their products to a panel of judges, and the public.
Wednesday, April 22
Digital Harbor Foundation, 1045 Light St., Baltimore
The local Microsoft developer user group is opening up the floor to members for this month’s meetup. Talk trends, ideas for the user group or even something non-technical.
Wednesday, April 22
Red Brick Station, 8149 Honeygo Blvd., White Marsh
Athenahealth brings its nationwide More Disruption Please tour to Baltimore, and they’re teaming up with DreamIt Health Baltimore. The happy hour brings together entrepreneurs, academics, investors and others in the healthcare entrepreneurship space.
Thursday, April 23
DreamIt Health Baltimore, 8 Market Place, Suite 300, Baltimore
The National Electronics Museum celebrates the creative use of technology with a family-friendly event full of demos, exhibits and workshops. Representatives from nearby makerspace Unallocated Space will be at the event, along with other local orgs.
Saturday, April 24
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
174 W. Nursery Rd., Linthicum Heights, Md.
Tickets. $8 for adults, $4 for high school-middle school students.