This week, learn how assistive mobile technology can improve software interaction for people with disabilities during the Baltimore Mobile Meetup on Tuesday evening. On Wednesday morning, head to PayPal‘s Timonium offices to learn how AOL/Ad.com wrangles with millions of real-time bidding requests per day.
On Wednesday night, head to PBR Baltimore to join Maryland contestants Andrew Stroup and Corey Fleischer, as well as several out-of-state contestants, for a watch party of Discovery Channel’s new show, “The Big Brain Theory.” And on Friday, learn how Mindgrub CEO Todd Marks uses social media to create brand recognition for his agency’s web and mobile products.
Baltimore Mobile Meetup: Application development consultant Ted O’Meara will lead a discussion on assistive mobile technology, used to “make the lives of disabled populations better through their interactions with software.” Tuesday, May 21, 6:15 p.m. AOL/Ad.com, 1020 Hull St., Tide Point, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
Tech Meet and Share: Eliot Pearson, principal software engineer at AOL/Ad.com, will talk about how his company handles more than three million real-time bidding requests each day. Wednesday, May 22, 8 a.m. PayPal, 9690 Deereco Rd., Timonium, Baltimore County. RSVP. $10.
“The Big Brain Theory” Watch Party: Join Andrew Stroup and Corey Fleischer at PBR Baltimore to watch the next episode of Discovery Channel’s new show, “The Big Brain Theory.” Joining the two Maryland contestants on this Wednesday evening will be several other contestants from the show. Wednesday, May 22, 9 p.m. PBR Baltimore, 2 Market Place, Downtown, Baltimore city. NO RSVP REQUIRED. FREE TO ATTEND.
Baltimore-Washington Tech Meetup: This month’s Meetup is being held in conjunction with the monthly Social Media Marketing Forum. Head to Mindgrub Technologies to hear CEO Todd Marks discuss how to use social media tools to foster greater brand recognition for your mobile products. Friday, May 24, 8 a.m. Mindgrub Technologies, 640 Frederick Rd., Catonsville, Baltimore County. RSVP. $25. (Free for Baltimore-Washington Tech Meetup members.)
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