Looking for a tech meet-up right on your doorstep? Join the Northern Beaches inaugural event at Dad and Dave's Brewing in Brookvale this October!
OnePlace Solutions are a proud sponsor of this brand-new event!
When: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm Wednesday, 19th October 2022
Where: Dad & Dave's Brewing Brookvale 45 Mitchell Road, Brookvale
At this event, over 100 DevOps, Software Development, Cloud, Data and Platform Engineers and Security techies will come together to fundraise for three incredible charities
Help raise money for local charities!
Lifeline Northern Beaches - As part of the national Lifeline network, Lifeline Northern Beaches has proudly been serving our local community for more than 50 years. Our primary purpose is to provide quality telephone and in-person support to help people through crisis situations.
Royal Far West - Rural and remote children’s developmental, mental, and behavioral health so they can reach their full potential. We provide multidisciplinary health, education, and disability services for country children aged up to 12 at our Centre for Country Kids in Manly, via telecare, and through community outreach.
Northern Beaches Women's Shelter - NBWS is a safe haven, supporting homeless women so they can rebuild their lives, reclaim their independence and rejoin society. Formerly Manly Women’s Shelter, NBWS is a non-profit, community-funded charitable organisation providing crisis accommodation, support, safety, and services for homeless women across Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
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