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More than 18 Baltimore tech firms exhibiting at NET/WORK jobs fair [Events]

Chat with hiring firms, listen to presentations about Ruby programming and Baltimore's tech scene, and stick around into the evening for a happy hour.

Full disclosure: Technical.ly Baltimore is organizing NET/WORK, the local tech jobs fair.

Take in a lecture on Social Design led by Doug Powell, a member of IBM Design in Austin, Texas. On Wednesday, women programmers, it’s the first class sponsored by Girl Develop It. And if you’re looking for work in the tech field, come to the NET/WORK jobs fair at the Emerging Technology Center, where more than 18 local tech firms looking to hire will be exhibiting
Social Design lecture with IBM’s Doug Powell: What does it mean to be a socially-conscious designer at one of the world’s largest firms? Doug Powell, a member of the “leadership team” with IBM Design, explains during this lecture at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Monday, Feb. 17, 7 p.m. MICA, Studio Center Auditorium, 131 W. North Ave., Station North, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
Girl Develop It: Intro to HMTL: It’s the first computer programming class sponsored by nonprofit Girl Develop It. Basic HTML skills will be taught in this first class. Wednesday, Feb. 19, 6:30 p.m. AOL/Ad.com, 1020 Hull St., Tide Point, Baltimore city. RSVP. $24.
NET/WORK: More than 18 Baltimore tech firms are hiring, and all of them will be exhibiting at the first NET/WORK jobs fair. Chat with hiring firms, listen to presentations about Ruby programming and Baltimore’s tech scene, and stick around into the evening for a happy hour. Thursday, Feb. 20, 4 p.m. Emerging Technology Center, 131 N. Haven St., Highlandtown, Baltimore city. RSVP. $5.

Companies: Emerging Technology Centers / Girl Develop It / Technical.ly
Projects: NET/WORK
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