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A dev happy hour for everyone: DevOpsDays March 7

DevOpsDays is inviting the Baltimore tech community to a free party next Tuesday, even if you don't have a ticket to the main event.

The event space at Columbus Center. (Courtesy photo)

Next week’s DevOpsDays Baltimore provides a chance to drill down on the process of building software.
But being a big gathering, it’s also a chance to get out and meet the community.
With that in mind, organizers are inviting everyone from Baltimore tech to an event to close out the day on March 7 at Columbus Center in Inner Harbor. The happy hour is even open to folks who don’t have a ticket to the event.
Given that DevOpsDays is mostly sold out except for a few tickets on the second day, it’s also a way to get into the event.
Along with being free, organizer Rachel Davis points out that it’s also on Taco Tuesday. So they’re providing supplies accordingly.
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