At Ward Technology Talent we’re committed to building communities that have a positive impact
In 2013, Jonathan Ward and the team established the Mobile Learning Lab as a way to give back and contribute to the greater technical community. Over three years and 30+ meetups later the MLL maintains a strong presence and growing member base in the GTA. In 2016 the team took it a step further by establishing two quarterly breakfast series – Women Leaders in Tech and Technical Executives – as a way to facilitate the growth and progression of both established and emerging leaders in the technical field.
Whether you are new to the tech world, building a start up, or working your way up the corporate ladder, we’ve got something for everyone. Join one of our communities today!
In 2013, Ward Technology Talent established the Mobile Learning Lab (MLL), a free Toronto based meet-up group that hosts monthly sessions aimed to educate consultants, clients, and the greater Toronto community.
With over 1,700 members, the MLL is a collaborative resource centre built to facilitate education and networking opportunities. It’s no secret that mobile technology is changing the way we live, work and play. This group is designed to arm professionals and mobile developers with the tools, resources and contacts they need to be successful in entering the mobile space.
Whether you are looking to meet like-minded people or just seeking tips on how to call a particular API, the Mobile Learning Lab is committed to empowering the mobile community in the GTA.
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The Technology Executive Breakfast is a quarterly series designed to allow senior level IT executives a safe environment for open discussion and networking. Led by an independent moderator, it’s an opportunity for these individuals to participate in an organic discussion with topics ranging from Developing Your Executive Brand, Innovation – What’s Hot and What’s Arriving Soon in Technology, Legal Issues facing the CIO, Data Breaches and Disaster Recovery, IT Security Trends and Tactics, and Cultural Shifts in Work Environments, just to name a few.
If you’re interested in attending a session, have topic suggestions or know someone who’d be a good moderator, please reach out to Jonathan Ward – email@example.com
Women Leaders in Technology (WLiT) is a quarterly breakfast series targeted to women in senior leadership positions in the technology sector. Moderated by an accomplished woman in the IT space, each event aims to connect like-minded professionals and engage them in a round-table conversation on various topics and challenges faced in their roles and in the tech industry. By bringing together a diverse panel of women, WLiT is a platform for attendees to gain invaluable insight that will help them break through corporate roadblocks, achieve success, and advance their careers.
Please reach out to Heather Poliwoda, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Joanne Boucher, email@example.com, if you’re interested in attending or would like to discuss in further detail.