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Get your creative juices going at the Baltimore Graphic Design Meetup on Tuesday night. At the JavaScript Meetup at AOL/ on Wednesday, learn how to build Google Chrome extensions with Jonathan Julian. And other events this week

Get your creative juices going at the Baltimore Graphic Design Meetup on Tuesday night. At the JavaScript Meetup at AOL/ on Wednesday, learn how to build Google Chrome extensions with Jonathan Julian. Thursday night is the 12th Ignite Baltimore. Tickets are sold out, but there’s always a chance for an opening, so get on the wait list. For those not heading to Ignite there’s the BaltoMSDN Meetup, where G. Andrew Guthrie will lead an overview of the Windows Store app platform.
And Wednesday morning is yet another Baltimore TechBreakfast, where, we must point out, Technically Baltimore cofounders Christopher Wink and Brian James Kirk will be presenting, among others.
Baltimore Graphic Design Meetup: If you’re stuck on a creative project presently in the works, stop by Little Havana on Tuesday evening to get help from other graphic and web designers. Tuesday, Mar. 26, 6:30 p.m. Little Havana, 1325 Key Highway, Locust Point, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE TO ATTEND.
Baltimore TechBreakfast: TechBreakfast comes to DLA Piper again. Five startups will present, as well as Technically Baltimore cofounder Chris Wink. Wednesday, Mar. 27, 8 a.m. DLA Piper, 6225 Smith Ave., Mt. Washington, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
Baltimore JavaScript Meetup: Curious about how to build an extension for Google Chrome? Jonathan Julian, developer with 410 Labs, will take you through the process in 20 minutes, followed by G. Andrew Duthrie’s 20-minute presentation on building a Windows Store app. Wednesday, Mar. 27, 6 p.m. AOL/, 1020 Hull St., Tide Point, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
Ignite Baltimore 12: Ignite is back again at the Maryland Institute College of Art for a night of five-minute, “lightning” talks given by an impressive cast, including city CIO Chris Tonjes and “chief instigator” Jason Hardebeck. Tickets are gone for the time being, but there’s always the waitlist. Thursday, Mar. 28, 6 p.m. Falvey Hall at the Brown Center, Maryland Institute College of Art, 1301 W. Mt. Royal Ave., Bolton Hill, Baltimore city. JOIN THE WAITLIST
BaltoMSDN Meetup: G. Andrew Duthrie will lead a tour of the Windows Store app platform for people interested in building games and other apps for the Windows 8 platform. Thursday, Mar. 28, 6:30 p.m. DoublePositive, 1501 S. Clinton St., Canton, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.

Companies: AOL/ / Baltimore TechBreakfast / / 410 Labs /

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