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Whether you're new to programming or wanting to sharpen your skills, this full day conference will include beginner workshops on popular programming languages, a dev-focused conference with multiple high level developers and an inclusive after party.

Track Day Events

  • Dev Intro Workshops

    Select ONE focused workshop and spend over three hours in class with an expert, learning the basics in these hands-on workshops.

    Thursday, October 5, 10:30am–2:00pm
  • Dev Talks

    Spend the afternoon with your dev team getting inspired with a series of high-level presentations focused around today's trending problem solving tools and innovative solutions.

    Thursday, October 5, 2:00pm–6:30pm
  • Dev Happy Hour

    Whether you've been heads down at work all day or had your gears turning at the BIW17 Dev Conference, use this opportunity to unwind and meet some new interesting people.

    Thursday, October 5, 6:30pm–8:30pm


  • Gary Trakhman

    Gary Trakhman

    Gary is a Data Engineer at Arena.io. He dabbles in UI and knows way too much Clojure. He has applied FP languages (currently OCaml) and approaches to problems for over 6 years in Baltimore.

  • Le'Rhone Walker

    Le'Rhone Walker

    Le`Rhone is part of the technology leadership at The Archer Group and oversees the front end development and animation disciplines. He also oversees emerging technology research via the Archer Innovations program. This team is currently exploring Virtual Reality, Machine Learning, and Artificial

  • Babila Lima

    Babila Lima

    Babila Lima is the Director of the Business Process Improvement Office for the Department of General Services. Since 2007, Babila has worked in City government in a number of different agencies and capacities including the City Council President’s Office, Mayor’s Office and as a consultant on cross

  • Deepak Jain

    Deepak Jain

    Deepak Jain is the founder of AiNET. His career of 30 years has produced dozens of patents in computer science and electrical engineering, as well as innovative technologies to solve the world’s most challenging problems. AiNET helps businesses secure their data, streamline their information technology

  • Tim Kulp

    Tim Kulp

    Tim is the Director of Emerging Technologies at Mind Over Machines where he helps clients build for the future with practical innovation. Prior to working at Mind Over Machines Tim has been a technology leader at companies ranging in size from global enterprises to local startups in the Baltimore/Washington

University of Baltimore, John and Frances Angelos Law Center
1401 N. Charles Street

Track Collaborators

  • ETC
  • Kaiser Permanente

Track Presented by

  • 14 West

Track Supported by

  • Jarvus Innovations
  • University of Baltimore
  • Alderson Loop
  • City of Baltimore