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Geoswap founders to give next talk at Wilmington Web Devs

Webcrawlers and data mining will be the main topics at the monthly Wilmington Web Devs Meetup.

Geoswap cofounders Jason Bamford (center), Jordan Gonzalez (right) and Keith Doggett (left). (Courtesy photo)

Jason Bamford and Keith Doggett, who, along with Jordan Gonzalez, co-founded Geoswap, will talk about the tech behind the events platform that was an official app of last year’s Delaware Innovation Week.

The duo will be giving the talk at the Wilmington Web Devs Meetup on April 17 from 12–1 p.m. at The Mill.

Bamford and Doggett will discuss the webcrawlers, capable of gathering and locating events data at a national scale, that are the core technology behind their business, data mining and mapping, as well as challenges and solutions related to the tech.

Simply put, Geoswap is an interactive location-based app that shows what’s going on near you, from attractions to networking events to nearby food-and-drink specials. Users can add information in real time (similar to how you can let other drivers know a patrol car is up ahead on Waze).

After a major update last October that streamlined and sped up the application, Geoswap partnered with SantaCon NYC, beginning an expansion beyond the Delaware market.

The talk is free.

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