TAG maintains a profile of the diverse Whatcom technology industry which you can find at this link.
If you are a TAG member we encourage you to post your job openings at this link.
Special Interest Groups
There are various technology community groups or special interest groups (SIGs)in Northwest Washington that meet to discuss a common interest in a particular topic. SIGs provide excellent opportunities for developing and maintaining professional contacts, promoting industry awareness and extending the technical knowledge of members. A few of these groups are listed below.
- The .NET users group in Bellingham
The .Net user group provides support for developers that work with Microsoft's .NET technologies. For questions on the .Net users group please visit their website or contact the group leader Andy Robinson.
- Ruby on Rails
- Bellingham Cocoa Meetup. The Bellingham Cocoa Meetup is an opportunity for Mac and iOS developers in the greater Bellingham, Washington area to get together and exchange ideas, share expertise, and to network with one another.
- If you are involved or curious to learn more about open source technologies we suggest you check out the Bellingham Linux Users Group. BLUG is an independent group that meets monthly to discuss various open source technologies. BLUG also organizes the annual Linuxfest NW. This popular event is organized by Linux user groups in the Pacific Northwest and take place in the fourth weekend of April each year at the Bellingham Technical College in Bellingham WA. The event is free and open to the public. For more details go to the Linuxfest NW website.
- Refresh Bellingham.
Refresh is a community of designers and developers working to refresh the creative, technical, and professional culture of New Media endeavors in Bellingham. Promoting design, technology, usability, and standards, Refresh Bellingham is part of the Refreshing Cities movement.
- WTIA community groups and events in Seattle.
WTIA's Community & Leadership Group meetings deliver relevant content to professionals at WTIA industry member companies, while providing a comfortable environment for networking, peer mentoring and the sharing of ideas. Community Groups are formed around a business function (i.e. Human Resources), a technical function (i.e. Software Developers), or a technical interest (i.e. Cloud Computing).