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Track Day Events

  • Hire BMore: Developing a People Pipeline presented by Technical.ly

    Join us at Technical.ly's Hire BMore: Developing a People Pipeline event as part of Baltimore Innovation Week 2018.

    Wednesday, October 10, 8:30am–12:00pm
  • BIW18 Dev Conference presented by Technical.ly

    Join us for an afternoon of content and engage with the local dev community during Baltimore Innovation Week 2018 at our Dev Conference!

    Wednesday, October 10, 1:00pm–5:00pm
  • Happy Hour Presented by Technical.ly

    Technical.ly is hosting a happy hour to gather the tech and startup community in Baltimore for one large networking event as part of Baltimore Innovation Week 2018.

    Wednesday, October 10, 5:00pm–7:00pm
  • Digital Equity and Inclusion Roundtable Presented by Code for Baltimore

    As part of Baltimore Innovation Week, Code for Baltimore is bringing together leaders in community and tech to discuss digital equity and inclusion.

    There will be a facilitated panel discussion on these topics, some discussion on digital equity projects from other places, then a facilitated design session where we capture feedback and ideas for projects within Baltimore.

    Wednesday, October 10, 6:00pm–9:00pm
  • Build It In Baltimore: Turning your concept or idea into an app presented by NSBE

    In this seminar, Delali will discuss the fundamentals of developing software that will turn your idea or concept into reality, and how you can work with a software development firm like Fearless to build your MVP.

    Wednesday, October 10, 6:30pm–8:30pm
  • Allies Workshop presented by the IGDA

    Join Jen MacLean, Executive Director of the IGDA and IGDA Foundation for the Allies Workshop, a hands-on learning experience, based on work done by the IGDA Allies Special Interest Group and the Ada Initiative, that uses an analytical framework as well as group discussions to help people recognize how to support diversity and inclusivity in game development and the larger gaming community. Come prepared to learn how to be an (even more) effective ally, challenge your assumptions, and discuss hard questions with the group.

    Wednesday, October 10, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Speakers

  • Chris Curtis

    Chris Curtis

    Chris is an SMB Community Engagement Coordinator on the Small and Medium Business team in Menlo Park, CA. He focuses on showcasing how small businesses are using Facebook and on helping small business communities better understand how to use Facebook to connect and grow. Chris is especially passionate

  • Boris Vishnevsky

    Boris Vishnevsky

    Boris Vishnevsky joined Slalom Consulting in Philadelphia from IBM, where he led business transformation initiatives and translated complex business requirements into actionable systems. His focus was on execution of strategic go-to-market initiatives, cyber security and hybrid cloud projects for

  • Dennis Elliott

    Dennis Elliott

    Dennis Elliott is a vice president of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. and T. Rowe Price Associates. He is currently the General Manager and Head of Product Execution for the Client Experience and Delivery Transformation (CEDT) organization within Individual and Retirement Plan Services (IRPS.) Prior, to

  • Brandon Young

    Brandon Young

    Brandon joined Slalom Consulting in Philadelphia from AstraZeneca, where he worked globally with its risk management teams to build solutions that would perform analytics on the organization’s data to assist in identifying and managing risk. In his role, he combined his extensive knowledge of the

  • Johnny Boursiquot

    Johnny Boursiquot

    Johnny Boursiquot is a multi-disciplined software and cloud engineer with two decades of industry experience spanning various server, client, and mobile technologies. He enjoys teaching technology, training developers, and has authored “Go Standard Library Solutions” available now from Packt

    @jboursiquot

Track Collaborators

  • ETC (Emerging Technology Centers)
  • PowerUp

Track Presented by

  • Technical.ly Baltimore
  • Saul Ewing
  • CallTrackingMetrics
  • Mosaic Learning
  • Catalyte
  • System Integrity
  • Year Up
  • Coppin State University
  • Mindgrub

Track Supported by

  • International Game Developer Association
  • Code for Baltimore
  • National Society of Black Engineers