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Let’s get technical: learn Clojure, Ruby on Rails and more [Events Roundup]

Plus: Hear from a panel of local women in tech about resources for cultivating female tech talent.

Don't miss the chance to learn a new skill this week.

(Photo courtesy of Emerging Technology Centers)

There’s always something new to learn! Hear from industry professionals this week about several programming languages.


Welcome to Clojure – Let’s Build Something
Attention programmers: interested in learning the Clojure language? Join Yet Analytics’ CTO Jason Lewis for a two-night course at Betamore.
Monday, Feb. 23 & Wednesday, Feb. 25
6-9 p.m. both nights
Betamore, 1111 Light St., 4th Floor, Baltimore
More Info.
Meetup with Women In Tech: Local Resources and Programs
Hear from some local women in tech on what resources are available to you. The panel includes: Misty Melton and Angelique Weger of Girl Develop ItSharon Paley of Hack BaltimoreGretchen LeGrand of Code in the Schools and Kate McGuire of the local chapter of the Society for Women in Engineering.
Monday, Feb. 23
6 p.m.
DreamIt Baltimore at Power Plant Live, 8 Market Place, Suite 300, Baltimore
Baltimore TechBreakfast: Basepair, Rebel Desk, Kivvik, InsightMedi
Join the Baltimore tech community for live demos and shoutouts. This is a great place to make new connections.
Wednesday, Feb. 25
8 a.m.
DLA Piper, 6225 Smith Ave., Baltimore
Hack Night
Head to Traitify HQ for a night of coding. Hack, eat pizza and drink beer. Carson Wright, who is leading the event said, “If you want to just have some fun with people who like to code, then come, if not then don’t.” So there you have it.
Wednesday, Feb. 25
6 p.m.
Traitify, 101 N. Haven St., Suite 203, Baltimore
Bmore on Rails: Workshop for Women
Join Bmore on Rails for a two-day kickoff to learning Ruby on Rails. No previous development experience necessary.
Friday, Feb. 27 & Saturday, Feb. 28
Friday 7-9 p.m., Saturday 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Betamore, 1111 Light St., 4th Floor, Baltimore
More Info.


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