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Game Development Panel
If you’re interested in making games, join us on April 21st for our next event! Arthur Ward Jr., Caroline Sinders, Chris Algoo, Dennis Liaw, and Julia Keren-Detar will discuss game development. Want to work on games as a side project or eventually make games full-time? Either way, this panel is for you.
We'll be at the Microsoft building near Times Square for this event. Doors open at 6:30PM. There will be networking time before and after the panel, which will begin around 6:50-7PM. Refreshments will be served.
Dev Bootcamp and YesWeCode Scholarship
Dev Bootcamp is a 19-week immersive course for full-stack web development in Chicago, NYC and San Francisco. In order to encourage more underrepresented groups to pursue jobs in tech, DBC has partnered with #YesWeCode to offer scholarships that will cut the cost of the program down to around $1,000.
In order to qualify for a scholarship, candidates must be over 18 years old, identify as a woman (or gender minority) and/or identify as Black, Chicano/Latino, Pacific Islander or Native American.
Applications are currently open and close on April 15th. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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