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Meet these 47 companies hiring tech talent at NET/WORK Philly on Feb. 26

Developers, designers and hiring managers are waiting to talk with (and maybe hire) you next Tuesday at The Fillmore Philadelphia.

NET/WORK 2016. (File photo)
Dubbed the Super Bowl of job fairs, NET/WORK returns next week on Tuesday, Feb. 26, and The Fillmore Philadelphia in Fishtown is the place to be if you’re looking for a new opportunity in tech.

Come out for the annual event to connect with the Philly tech community — while meeting developers, designers and hiring managers, of course.

Need a new job? There will be 47 hiring organizations there looking to find talent like yourself. Many are returning from last year’s successful event, and there are a handful of new names added to the list to find fresh talent as well.

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See the breakdown of the whole day of festivities and a full list of hiring organizations below:

A special thanks to the sponsors going the extra mile to make NET/WORK extra special: Guru, Chariot Solutions and Linode.

The NET/WORK 2019 agenda

Event kickoff is at 3 p.m., and workshops are happening from 4 to 6:50 p.m.:

  • Insider Tips from a Tech Hiring Team“with Gina Rappaport, recruiting manager, and Sujan Kapadia, director of consulting from Chariot Solutions
  • Hackathons in the Workplace” with Miguel Guerreiro, senior director of engineering at Integrichain
  • A Mentoring Cookbook: Practical Advice for Mentors and Mentees” with Cassi King and Shawn Doyle, software engineers at STRATIS IoT
  • Blockchain: The New Trust Framework” with Mike McCoy, blockchain implementation manager at Accenture

Then from 7 to 9 p.m., enjoy Technical.ly‘s 10th anniversary celebration happy hour.

And when you can squeeze in some time between all of the happenings, you can also get your:

  • Professional headshot taken, courtesy of Chariot Solutions
  • Resume reviewed by professional career coaches and resume experts
  • Caffeine fix from La Colombe Coffee, courtesy of Guru

Interested in our matchmaking program? We’re working to overhaul the traditional hiring process, and if you’re looking to be a part of a new way to hire, upload your resume here, and we will potentially place you with one of our hiring companies.

We’ll see you there!

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