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Women.Tech lunch with former Constellation CIO Beth Perlman [Events]

Some events on tap: Help the founders of PointClickSwitch and Woofound brainstorm solutions to some of their present problems at this month's Startup Grind on Monday night. Also on Monday is the Baltimore Cocoa Meetup.

Full disclosure: Betamore cofounder Mike Brenner is a partner with Technically Baltimore, which works on occasion from the incubator.

Help the founders of PointClickSwitch and Woofound brainstorm solutions to some of their present problems at this month’s Startup Grind on Monday night. Also on Monday is the Baltimore Cocoa Meetup, where developer Zach Waugh will talk about the benefits of CocoaPods. Join Campfire Apps cofounder Shawn Grimes for a crash course on iOS development at AOL/Ad.com on Tuesday night. Wednesday morning is this month’s D.C. TechBreakfast.
Finally, on Friday, join former Constellation Energy CIO Beth Perlman for a lunchtime conversation about her work at the energy company and her present job as interim CIO for the Maryland State Board of Education.

Startup Grind: A slightly different tack for this month’s Startup Grind, which instead of a traditional question-and-answer session will feature the founders of PointClickSwitch and Woofound talking about some of the present problems they’re working through, with audience members brainstorming solutions with them during the event. Monday, Mar. 18, 6 p.m. Loyola University Maryland, 4501 N. Charles St., Loyola/Notre Dame, Baltimore city. RSVP. $25.
Baltimore Cocoa Meetup: Developer Zach Waugh leads a session on CocoaPods, which bills itself as the “best way to manage library dependencies in Objective-C projects.” Monday, Mar. 18, 6:30 p.m. Beehive, Emerging Technology Center, 2400 Boston St., Canton, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
Baltimore Mobile Meetup: Campfire Apps cofounder and STEM Engine technical manager Shawn Grimes will teach an introduction to iOS development. Learn to build a basic application over pizza and sandwiches. Tuesday, Mar. 19, 6:15 p.m. AOL/Ad.com, 1020 Hull St., Tide Point, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
D.C. TechBreakfast: Plenty of room left for another installment of the monthly startup showcase event, TechBreakfast. Wednesday, Mar. 20, 8 a.m. Microsoft: Friendship Heights, 5404 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase, Montgomery County. RSVP. FREE.
Women.Tech: Beth Perlman, interim CIO for the Maryland State Board of Education, comes to Betamore for a lunchtime conversation about implementing a company-wide technology platform during her tenure as CIO for Constellation Energy. Friday, Mar. 22, 11:30 a.m. Betamore, 1111 Light St., Federal Hill, Baltimore city. RSVP. $20.

Companies: AOL/Ad.com / Emerging Technology Centers (ETC Baltimore) / Betamore / Traitify

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