EDITOR’S PICKS: Your Weekly Events In #DFWTech (2.12.18 – 2.18.18)

It’s Monday, and you’re back to the grind (yes probably both with coffee and work). Take a step back from this week’s to-do list to launch some personal development into your week. Check out this week’s list of tech events to see how you can grow your skills and your network. You may even get some free drinks or food out of the deal. Use the hashtag #DFWTech to let us know how they go. 

Events this Week (2.12.18 – 2.18.18)

Tuesday, Feb. 13

Jessica Mauerhan: Understanding Docker for Development
Location: Dallas
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Tired of running a virtual machine to create a common environment for your team? Dallas PHP group brings Jessica Mauerhan to introduce Docker for development as well as how to give tips and tricks on how to use it.

Google Search Console and SEO
Location: Plano
Time: 7:00 p.m.
The Dallas Interactive Marketing & Internet SEO/SEM Group welcomes John Nosal, CEO of SEO and founder of NosalCentral LLC, to speak on the new version of the Google Search Console. This new feature allows you to optimize your company’s search results through various features and data.

Wednesday, Feb. 14

1 Million Cups
Location: Dallas and Fort Worth
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Spend your Valentine’s loving new ideas and innovation in the area. Come out to this week’s 1 Million Cups to see the startup pitches of two local entrepreneurs.

Thursday, Feb. 15

Google Assistant Basics & Code Lab
Location: Addison
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Learn the basics of Google Assistant from Luke Wallace from Bottle Rocket Dallas and get hands-on work with one of the basic code labs.

Friday, Feb. 16

Tech Industry Luncheon
Location: Dallas
Time: 11:30 a.m.
Grab some lunch and listen to Andrew Blount, executive vice president and chief innovation officer of RealPage, speak about technology’s role in the future of business models. Register before Feb. 15 to attend.

Saturday, Feb. 17

CodeDay DFW (Student Hackathon)
Location: McKinney
Time: 11:00 a.m.
CodeDay brings students ranging in age from 12 to 25 to gather and code for 24 hours. Come prepared by brainstorming an idea that you would like to pitch and work on throughout the day. All meals will be included with ticket price, but you may want to pack your own source of caffeine for the long day of chatting and coding.

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Jacquelyn Elias

Editor at Launch DFW | SMU senior studying journalism, creative computing and computer science graduating in May '18 | Twitter: @jacquieeli | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jacquelynrelias