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Talk about drones, kids coding and the South Sound tech hub at annual UWT conference

Working with a code breaking software, a boy looks for the key letters that will break a coded message during a summer-long camp in 2006. The UWT’s annual South Sound Technology Conference will be talking about kids and coding, among other things.
Working with a code breaking software, a boy looks for the key letters that will break a coded message during a summer-long camp in 2006. The UWT’s annual South Sound Technology Conference will be talking about kids and coding, among other things. The News Tribune file

A South Sound Technology Conference is scheduled for March 4 on the campus of the University of Washington Tacoma.

Put on by the school’s Institute of Technology, next year’s conference will feature topics that, according to a news release, include:

▪  “Drones, Drones, OMG Drones.”

▪  “Women and the Technology Industry.”

▪  “Building the South Sound Technology Hub.”

▪  “Little Kids are Coding.”

The event will be held in William W. Philip Hall, 1918 Pacific Ave., from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Registration is $20 and includes lunch. For more information or to register, go to tacoma.uw.edu/sst

Businesses that would like to sponsor the conference should email Andrew Fry at andfry@uw.edu.

Kathleen Cooper: 253-597-8546, @KCooperTNT

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