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NET/WORK Philly is just weeks away. Here’s what to expect

Here's the latest on our upcoming NET/WORK tech jobs fair, happening Feb. 26.

Happy holidays. (Photo by Flickr user Sam Howzit, used under a Creative Commons license)
You’re just about three weeks away from finding the job of your dreams: We’ve already signed on 33 companies for NET/WORK Philly and expect even more to join the event in the next couple weeks.

Now in our fifth year, NET/WORK has become the go-to for jobseekers looking for the next step of their career journey. It’s going down on Feb. 26 and we’re here to update you on which of Philadelphia’s local tech companies and startups are slated to be at the event.

Join us for a chance to get a fancy new headshot, schmooze with professional connections over a cup of La Colombe coffee, experience a résumé review by industry pros and cheers to your future at happy hour.

You can also join us to celebrate 10 years of publishing at our anniversary celebration happening immediately after the happy hour. Your NET/WORK ticket gets you in, but you can also snag two more drink tickets and get a limited edition zip up hoodie if you buy one of our anniversary tickets for $50 on the NET/WORK RSVP page.

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First off, there will be some exciting workshops happening during the event:

  • “Hackathons in the Workplace” with Miguel Guerreiro, senior director of engineering at Integrichain — Guerrerio will walk you through how IntegriChain hosts its quarterly internal hackathons and find out the benefits of hosting a hackathon of your own
  • “Blockchain: The New Trust Framework” with Mike McCoy, blockchain implementation manager at Accenture — McCoy will discuss the foundations of blockchain and origins of trust in how we use distributed ledgers to create better transparency in our interactions using today’s new technologies

Here’s the current list of hiring organizations coming to NET/WORK to find great talent:

And a big thanks to our sponsors Guru, Linode and Chariot Solutions, companies that are helping us make the event even more special and are looking for smart people to join their growing teams!

We’ll see you there.

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