Week in DC Tech: June 18th


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Interested in tools your startup should be using or how to get the government using your products? Prefer watching a documentary or doing some quiet coding with others speaking your language? Check out the technology events happening this week in Washington, DC in our roundup below.

Tuesday, June 19

5:30–7:30 pm

Startup Day on the Hill : This event will bring together two communities that aren’t known for spending a lot of time together — startup companies and government agencies. We’ll be there demoing MapBox and showing how government agencies like the FCC and the White House are already using these tools.

6:30 pm

DC Lean Startup Circle : This meetup will answer the questions “What’s in Your Start-Up Toolbox?”, with folks from several local startups talking about tools they need to run their company, from team portals to task trackers to analytics.

Wednesday, June 20

5:00–6:30 pm

Global Development Matters Movie Night : Check out this screening of the documentary When China Met Africa, looking at China’s increased business involvement in Africa and specifically Zambia. Following the movie, there will be a discussion with the co-writer and co-producer.

6:30 pm

MongoDC Preview : Ahead of next week’s MongoDC conference, a one day event around the open source, non-relational database MongoDB, this meetup will preview the conference and the conversations that will happen there.

Sunday, June 24

10:00 pm

DC PyLadies Coffee and Hacking : DC python developers will be gathering on Sunday for some collaborating coding. Come out to meet other women programmers, work on your own projects, and help someone advance theirs.

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