Boston Software Engineers

Our monthly events will cover a wide range of software programming related topics, techniques, frameworks, and technologies from local companies and educational institutions. Events will either consist of speakers, panels, or training sessions. We will provide information on application development, software engineering, HTML5, Hadoop, Python, Eclipse, JavaScript, JAVA, Machine Learning, HBASE, MapReduce, MongoDB, NoSQL, PHP, Agile, Ruby on Rails (RoR), Frameworks, IDEs, OO, cloud, mobile, enterprise, business intelligence, UI/UX, social media, Web marketing strategies, and turning applications into businesses. The social networking will be second to none and there will be prospective engineering employment opportunities available. There is a large Silicon Valley connection with this group and we will be bringing in opportunities and speakers directly from the Bay Area.

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Past events

  • Boston Software Engineers Job Fair

    26-27 Jul 2012 in Boston, United States

    We are going to hold the first event Boston Software Engineers Physical Job Fair event.  The climate is right for hiring and we are moving forward with an event that will combine recruiting with networking, robot demonstrations, 3D printing demonstrations, and more.This will be a first of its kind event and we expect a great turnout of both engineers and recruiters.You will be required to have a resume for free entry.More information on location coming soon.

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