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Thinkful DC is hosting a handful of free tech workshops in July [Events Roundup]

Plus, events hosted by Women Who Code DC, AWS Washington DC Meetup, Odoo Inc. and The Flatiron School.

At Thinkful, virtual learning meets IRL mentoring. (Courtesy photo)

Events Roundup is a Technical.ly column where we highlight events happening in the D.C. area each month. Got a submission? Email us the details so we can consider it for our next roundup.


It’s Tech Stacks Month here at Technical.ly so coders and developers, beginners and experts alike, check out these free events from Thinkful DC to get your skillset in tact.

Here’s a shortlist of other tech events happening in July throughout the D.C. area:

AWS Meetup July 2019

The AWS Washington DC Meetup group is hosting its monthly gathering to discuss best practices for using AWS Identity and Access Management and VMware on AWS. Attendees can come and learn from the experts: Omar Hoyos, AWS Security meetup group organizer, and Mike Coulson, AWS solution architect manager.

  • Tuesday, July 9
  • 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.
  • AWS Woodland Park Office, 13200 Woodland Park Road, Herndon, Virginia, 20171
  • Register. Free.

Equal Opportunity Panel

Women Who Code DC is hosting a panel discussion where experts will talk about equal opportunity in the workplace and the laws that surround it. The event will kickoff with a networking portion followed by the main event.

  • Thursday, July 18
  • 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
  • Morning Consult, 729 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20005
  • Register. Free.

Washington DC Small Business & Tech Meetup

Odoo Inc., curator of a suite of open source business apps, is hosting a meetup in D.C. as part of its events tour around the world following the release of its latest product, Odoo 12. After the conclusion of the main event where attendees will hear from Odoo executives, there will be a networking happy hour.

  • Thursday, July 25
  • 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
  • The Loft, 600 F St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20004
  • Register. Free.

Coding Day for Beginners

Coding bootcamp the Flatiron School DC is hosting a full-day educational workshop for beginner coders. Instructors will guide attendees through basic concepts of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Bring your own laptop to participate. The event will break for lunch.

  • Saturday, July 27
  • 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • 1440 G St. NW, Washington, D.C., 20005
  • RSVP. Free.
Companies: Thinkful / Women Who Code DC / Flatiron School

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