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Whether you are a student looking for internships, a nonprofit hosting great events, an expert looking to give back, or a company looking for talent, San Diego Tech Hub exists to help you plug in to the resources you need to be successful in San Diego. All services are free of charge and this effort is led by tech volunteers.

Our purpose is to connect San Diego Tech Hub members to local mentorship programs to support education and career progression resulting in a stronger tech community.

This program supports education and career progression by providing resume reviews, career guidance, job search guidance, and longer term connections. We are looking to create a Mentor Bot to facilitate higher quality connections in an efficient way.

Every Saturday from 10AM to 2PM, community members from around San Diego get together to collaboratively contribute to open source projects.

The group is open to people of all backgrounds, skill levels, and expertise. It is generously hosted by Dan Hendricks at Open Source Maker Labs in Vista. Open source is about more than software, thus OSML provides the tools necessary to contribute to hardware and IoT projects as well. OSML features a full workshop with 3D printing, electronics, robotics, and CNC machines.

  1. Create a fun, motivating, inclusive environment to foster consistent open source contributions.
  2. Provide an avenue for mentorship so newer devs can learn how to contribute to open source. From git workflows to branching strategies to commit messages, participants will learn the conventions of working with git on a collaborative team.
  3. Establish San Diego as a hotbed of open source contribution.

If you are an open source maintainer, or if you are familiar with a particular project, Open Source Saturday is a great opportunity to onboard new contributors. If you are a new developer who would like to learn how to contribute to open source, you will find experienced contributors who can provide guidance. If you are an experienced developer yourself, you will find a motivating, collaborative atmosphere to have fun making new contributions. And if you are not a programmer, the group could use your insights into visual design, user experience, accessibility, and more.

How to get involved:

  1. Attend Open Source Saturday from 10AM - 2PM at Open Source Maker Labs in Vista
  2. Start your own Open Source Saturday Meetup by filling out the form.
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The mission of San Diego Tech Talks is to bring high quality content to the San Diego community about once a month to bring people in the tech community together.

The talks are usually a blend of two disciplines to get people interested in tech that may not have had a previous avenue into the discipline.

For instance, how is machine learning affecting finance? Think TED Talks, but live and in San Diego. At each event, companies will get a chance to broadcast opportunities at their companies and individuals will get a chance to announce their skillsets to continue to grow and diversify our community.

Join the meetup or contact Ryan if you are interested in helping out!

Our program is about creating a hub of sponsors to support organizations within the San Diego technology ecosystem.

How to get involved:

Reach out to one of the community pillar members who can answer how your institution can support our initiative.

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