17 November 2017
The St. Isidore Guild was founded in 2013 to band together Catholic IT professionals. Groups such as the Catholic Medical Association gather periodically for prayer, fellowship, and discussion on trends in their field. Why shouldn’t technologists do the same? With IT being such a fast paced field it is imperative that experts in Computer Science who think with the mind of the Church gather to help each other grow professionally and most importantly give critical thought on how best to develop new technology that contributes to human flourishing.
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Guild activities range from informal meetups at a local brew pub to more formal morning workshops. Our workshops follow a structure of Mass, breakfast, lecture, discussion. After nourishing the soul with Holy Mass, we nourish the body with delicious food and catch up on what everyone is working on. A formal talk follows, with discussion or an activity. From the broad range of expertise of our members, these workshops serve as an excellent opportunity to get a quick sense of where the industry is moving as well as dive deeper into specific topics.
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