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Tech The Halls 2016

8 Dec 2016 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

$45.00 - $65.00
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Date and time

Thu, December 8, 2016

6:00 PM – 10:00 PM EST


Impact Hub
419 7th Street NW
3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20004


Please join us for DC's MEGA tech holiday party – Tech The Halls 2016 presented by Adobe Technical Communications!

Make merry as Tech The Halls turns "5" this year!

Over the last five years Tech The Halls has celebrated all forms of DC innovation: Tech Inclusion, Creativity and Entrepreneurship.

Tech The Halls 2016 continues that tradition as 11 tech organizations (DC Web Women, UXPA-DC, STC WDC, Web Content Mavens, Digital District, Color of Tech, Black Female Founders, DMV Startup, Women in Tech Campaign, Hear Me Code, and Weinclude) come together and rejoice all that is the DC tech community!

Held at the Impact Hub in downtown Washington, DC, Tech The Halls 2016 brings together designers, developers, marketers, entrepreneurs, founders, strategists and more to network.

There will be an open bar, appetizers, photobooth, DJ and more!!

Attendees will receive a gift bag (quantities limited), and a chance to win prizes such as:

and more…

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @techthehallsdc.


General event questions? Please contact altvisol@gmail.com.

**Last day to receive a refund is Thursday, November 24th 2016 (Thanksgiving). After 11/24/16 all ticket sales are final.**

Interested in sponsoring Tech The Halls 2016? Get information at Eventbrite site to see how you can become a sponsor.

BIG Thanks to Our Sponsors!!

Official Event Sponsor

Red and Black Logo for Adobe Technical Communication

Beer Sponsor

Dark orange and gold logo for Stella Artois

Silver Sponsors

Logo for Chief Be Brave        Orange, red, and black logo for APT    

Bronze Sponsors

Purple logo for MatrixGroup International, Inc.        Logo for GA General Assembly        Transparent logo for The New York Code + Design Academy

Heather blue logo for The Iron Yard, small (letters in white)          

In-Kind Sponsors

Grey and green logo for Swapcard        Turquoise logo for via        Orange logo for Zoomph

Door Prize Sponsors

Blue logo for the O'Reilly Design Conference        Tagline for A Book Apart     


Logo for the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED)        Red logo for We Are Washington DC        Red logo for DC Hub

Host Organizations:

DC Web Women (DCWW) was a professional organization of more than 3000 members located in the DC area. Our members are professional women, students, and enthusiasts who specialize in the fields of Web Design, Web Development, Computer Science, IT, Graphic Design, Web Content, Blogging, Multimedia, Marketing, e-Marketing, SEO, Web Analytics, and Social Media.

User Experience Professionals Association DC Chapter (UXPA DC) is the DC chapter of UXPA International, a multidisciplinary organization committed to the design and development of usable products. We host monthly speakers and events as well as yearly conferences.

Society for Technical Communication (STC-WDCB) was the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC), the world’s largest and oldest professional association dedicated to the advancement of the field of technical communication. We offer monthly educational events, an annual competition that evaluates the effectiveness of technical documents, and many virtual networking opportunities.

Web Content Mavens was a DC-based networking group for web & content managers and those interested in web technology. We have 1500+ members in the area, focused around non-profit, association, government and media verticals.

Digital District was a non-profit that works with community innovators to educate our peers, foster increased creativity and encourage participation in the digital sphere.

Color of Tech was a social Initiative made to bring people of color who are passionate about Web/App Development, Tech Entrepreneurship, Green Technologies, and Social Media. Color of Tech events allow attendees to swap stories and ideas, create new relationships, and forge great business partnerships in ever growing technology industry.

DMV Startup was a collection of startup junkies, caffeine addicts, and community builders seeking to cultivate the startup scene in the Washington, D.C. Metro area. Our mission is to engage and expand the startup community through events, workshops, and this wiki. We are out to show NYC and the Bay Area why the DMV (DC, Southern Maryland and Northern Virginia for you out-of-towners) is the best place to be for gamechangers, pathfinders, millennials, and startup enthusiasts.

Women in Tech Campaign exists to help redefine what women in technology means in the 21st century. By featuring leaders and emerging leaders across industries who embody this we hope to collectively ‘stand up’, be proud of our place in the digital world and inspire young women or those new to the ‘tech space’ to get involved. [Note: Also see Women in Tech – International they have 180,000 members in 6 continents.]

Black Female Founders (#BFF) was a membership organization dedicated to creating successful women-led tech ventures throughout the Black Diaspora. Our programs advance women from aspiration to investment, in an effort to increase diversity and inclusion in the global innovation ecosystem. We work with companies that are tech-focused or enabled from idea conception to business implementation to investment.

Hear Me Code started as a mission to broaden the tech sector's talent pool by lowering barriers to entry and creating a safe, supportive environment for women to learn, grow, and innovate. Hear Me Code now has over 2000 members.The curriculum consists of three core lessons and focuses on practical applications to real-world programming, with additional lessons for self-directed study. [Note: Hear Me Code offered classes from 2013 to 2019. They no longer hold classes but you can download recordings and materials for all their classes from their website.]

Weinclude was a national movement whose focus is tech inclusion and diversity across the technological and digital space. Weinclude’s mission was to provide awareness and greater visibility of the needs and opportunities of the culturally diverse, tech-driven innovation community.

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