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Open Source: Showcasing Milwaukee’s Engineering Culture
Go behind the scenes of Milwaukee’s tech community! Each month we’ll be exploring how companies around the city create a meaningful and positive culture in their organization. We’ve all seen the “Coolest Offices” list, but it doesn’t truly capture the culture of a workplace. RSVP The purpose is simple. In order to grow Milwaukee’s tech community we need a space to connect and have real conversations around: — what is needed to move our tech community forward. — how to make environments that create excitement and attract technologists. — space to tear down the barriers that divide us. This revolving series includes the following: — Company leader discussing how they make their company’s culture something all levels of a company can enjoy. — Q&A where both the company leader and an employee living the culture will answer questions. — Complimentary food from a local Milwaukee restaurant. — Complimentary beverages, cocktails, or beer from local makers. Schedule for the night: — 5:30-6:30PM – Happy Hour — 6:30-7:00PM – Talk — 7:00-7:30PM – Open Source & Open Conversations Program Lineup: January 24, 2018 | Bright Cellars Location: 333 N Plankinton Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53203 Register here! Speakers: Joe Laurendi is the CTO and Co-Founder at Bright Cellars, the data-driven wine club that matches you with wine you’ll love. He graduated from MIT with a Masters in Computer Science, was a TA for two algorithms classes, and lead the organization of 6.470, an annual web programming competition.

Milwaukee’s Ward 4

333 N Plankinton Ave. · Milwaukee, WI

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