With universities like MICA, a growing intersection between product development shops and agencies that specialize in interactive/design and an exploding game development community, Baltimore is poised to lead the Mid-Atlantic region in regard to interactive and design talent development.
But the question remains: how can this growing sector show off to retain and grow local talent? Let's do our part with a conversation and some no-pressure networking. This event is FREE.
Join Cynergy, MICA and Friends of the Web for a discussion about this topic at the November BmoreTech Meetup.
We'll have food and beer at Cynergy (http://www.cynergy.com)'s awesome, brand new digs in Harbor East/Little Italy.
6p: Arrive early for free food and beer provided by the Cynergy recruiting team
7p: Panel discussion and presentations featuring Cynergy, MICA's Career Development team and Friends of the Web.
Mike Wolf, Principal Architect, Cynergy (http://cynergy.com/) Andy Mangold, Co-founder, Friends of the Web (http://friendsoftheweb.com/) David Gracyalny, Dean of Professional and Continuing Studies, Maryland Institute College of Art (http://www.mica.edu/) Moderated by Brian James Kirk, Co-founder, Technically Baltimore (http://www.technicallybaltimore.com)