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Build scalable mobile apps with Baltimore Mobile [Events Roundup]

NPR pays a visit to talk about its new app. Plus: help with some fall cleaning at Baltimore Foundery.

A vision of the new app from NPR, NPR One. (Photo courtesy of NPR)

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This week, join Baltimore Mobile’s Creating New (Scalable) Mobile Experiences – NPR & Bolster Labs, start your morning at the TechBreakfast or lend a hand at the Baltimore Foundery.

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Creating New (Scalable) Mobile Experiences – NPR & Bolster Labs
The Baltimore Mobile Meetup Group talks about the process of building a mobile app that scales, specifically NPR One. Registration is required.
Tuesday, Sept. 23
6:15-8:00 p.m.
AOL/Advertising.com
1020 Hull St., #100, Baltimore city
RSVP. FREE.

 
Baltimore TechBreakfast: Eventuosity, Milestone Pod, Light Point Security, N5 Sensors, Golfswe
Registration is required.
Wednesday, Sept. 24
8:00 a.m.
DLA Piper LLP
6225 Smith Ave., Baltimore city
RSVP. FREE
 
Foundery Fall Cleanup and Catchup
Help out the Baltimore Foundery as it tackles tasks such as shop organization and running circuits over the weekend.
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 27-28
10 a.m., both days
Baltimore Foundery
207 S. Central Ave., Baltimore city
RSVP. FREE.

 
Millennial Media Developer Summit
The second annual event includes panels and a keynote speech from Skout CEO Christian Wiklund. It ends with a dinner cruise. Attendance is by invitation, which you can request on the website.
Tuesday, Sept. 23
9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
202 E. Pratt St., Baltimore city
RSVP. FREE.
 
Refresh Baltimore
Ian Patrick Hines 
will talk about engaging communities online and off.
Thursday, Sept. 25
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Betamore
1111 Light St., Baltimore city
RSVP. FREE.

Companies: Baltimore Foundery / AOL/Ad.com / Baltimore TechBreakfast

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