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BASE Job Fair VI

We are having our sixth installment of the BASE Job Fair. These are home brew small informal job fairs without all the fuss of a large convention hall. We limit the amount of companies to 15 to keep the job fair small and intimate.



The event is free for engineers looking for opportunities.

Please register on meetup and also the BASE Job Fair site if you can:

Hiring principals often bring along engineers from the team to help spot qualified candidates so expect to be speaking with recruiters and engineers in most cases.  



Employer Passes range from $400.00 to $[masked] depending on the size of the company and each come with a table, chairs, and the ability to post banners.  Pricing is completely negotiable.

Employer Passes are Purchased on the BASE Job Fair Website:

Banners, table cloths, and anything that can be given out is perfectly fine to bring to the fair as long as it doesn't damage the venue. WiFi will be available at the venue and plugs for monitors and computers. 

Feel free to email [masked] also for more information.



Michael Latulippe, Founder of Bay Area Software Engineers


Michael Latulippe Founded Bay Area Software Engineers along with successful groups in New York City, LA, and Boston.  He is an engineer with experience in PHP, Python, Perl, and Java.  Michael chooses the topics and technologies for events to help progress them forward in the engineering community.  He has also launched his own 3D printing startup Aditiv, and a BitCoin consulting firm Coin & Company for businesses and high net worth individuals looking to take advantage of the growing ecosystem.


Daniel Parrillo, Founder of Bay Area Tech Recruiter Society


Daniel Parrillo recently completed his second bachelor's degree in information systems, complimenting his MBA degree and 15 years of technical recruiting experience. He is both the Founder of the BATRS group and his own company Strategi.  Danny is continually building his professional network and candidate pipeline of software engineers and technical talent via social recruiting strategies, networking, attending local technical MeetUp presentations and conferences. This recent academic accomplishment and social recruiting strategy has lead to self-paced training pursuits in Visual Studio, HTML5 and CSS3, Ruby-on-Rails, business intelligence, systems security, and (, APEX programming.)


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Views or opinions expressed by speakers or sponsors at our local Bay Area Software Engineers (BASE) community events do not necessarily express the opinion or views of the BASE organization and we do not take responsibility for the views expressed or the actions of speakers or sponsors at our local events.


Bay Area Software Engineers is Growing


Our group has grown by leaps and bounds this past year and we are proud to announce that Bay Area Software Engineers (BASE) is going to continue to grow and develop our ecosystem with job fairs, training events, and groundbreaking events.  We couldn't do it without our members and we want to thank you for being apart of this growing organization.

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  • Seanna M.

    I thought this was a great event in terms of having really interesting conversations with a couple of really smart people in the tech industry and taking the pulse of what the job market is like. In terms of helping employment I think the event was pretty much a wash for most people there, there was a pretty huge wave of job seekers, and maybe 3 or 4 companies that didn't want 5 year+ developers with professional experience in very specific back end languages, which describes very few of the job seekers there, or are likely to turn up in this format.

    But I had some fascinating conversations with a couple of the reps there, so I'd recommend it on that basis.

    January 31, 2014

  • Travis W.

    Too crowded. I'm not so desperate as to try to fight the throngs. They always want an online application anyway. For an event to be useful there needs to be the opportunity to have a longer conversation with an employee with influence within the company, not just an HR rep.

    January 31, 2014

  • Michael L.

    Blackstone Technology Group will also be coming back.

    January 30, 2014

  • Michael L.

    Knowledge Architecture is coming tonight and Al Jazeera is also coming.

    January 30, 2014

  • Damien

    Full Stack developper. Ruby mostly and very excited by Node these past few months

    January 29, 2014

  • Michael L.

    I'm looking forward to Thursday. We are going to begin listing employers like GoodData, Bloomberg Entertainment, AVRS, and Think Big Analytics soon and some opportunities they have available. We also will launching a new job board on to coincide with the physical job fair this week.

    2 · January 29, 2014

  • Patrick

    Looking forward to meeting some interesting companies

    January 16, 2014

  • Paul K.

    I'm a software QA engineer. I am trying to learn Selenium and would like to connect with people who are knowledgeable/have experience with it.

    January 14, 2014

  • Michael L.

    Comments here should only be posted by software engineers, job requirements should not be posted on BASE comments.

    1 · January 7, 2014

    • Sanjay S.

      Looking forward to the event..

      Friends, I am seeking FT/Contract software Development/arch position. Pls connect with me if u are aware of open positions. Thanks a lot.
      Sanjay Shroff­

      January 7, 2014

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