NY Tech Meetup is a non-profit organization with over 38,000 members supporting the New York technology community.

Lineup for February 4 NY Tech Meetup

Couldn't make it to the meetup? You can watch the video stream, provided by the folks at MLB Advanced Media right HERE at http://atmlb.com/1inmvrb.
Here is the lineup for the February 4, 2014 NY Tech Meetup (listed in alpha order):


Better than a smoke detector: Birdi monitors air quality, everyday health hazards, pollution and emergencies like fire and carbon monoxide so you can stay connected and protected in your home.

Charmtech Labs LLC (Capti)

Capture your freedom with Capti Narrator: listen to everything you want to read


Confide: Bringing off-the-record professional communication to the digital world

*DOWN, Inc.

DOWN: Safe, Anonymous Dating In Your Social Network


Lenddo is the world's first online platform that helps the emerging middle class use their social connections to build their creditworthiness and access local financial services.

Radiator Labs

Radiator Labs: Take control of your radiator.


ThinkUp is personal analytics for social media, explaining in simple language how to get more out of the time you spend on Twitter or Facebook.

Twenty Percent Games (Circle Stop)

Twenty Percent Games: Making playful things by any means.

Uncharted Play (Soccket)

Uncharted Play is a for-profit social enterprise that creates energy-harnessing play products.


Vibease: The world's first wearable smart vibrator.

*Please READ - Special Content Note: This month, NY Tech Meetup will be featuring two companies (Vibease and Down) who are innovating in the sex+tech space at the end of our monthly program. These demos will begin at approximately at 8:40 to 8:45 p.m. The content of these demos will be safe for work, but as the topics being discussed relate to sex, parents should use their discretion as to what they feel is appropriate for their own children.

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NYTM Announces First Hackers-in-Residence

January 7, 2014 – NY Tech Meetup (NYTM) today announced a partnership with The Flatiron School, a New York-based educational institution that trains aspiring web developers. The school will provide NYTM with two full-time Hackers-in-Residence: Saron Yitbarek and Vinney Cavallo, both of whom are graduates of The Flatiron School’s Fall 2013 class. As NYTM’s first Hackers-in-Residence, Saron and Vinney will be building and updating web-based products that provide value to NY Tech Meetup’s members and to the community as a whole, and serving as community ambassadors.

“We’re very thankful for the support of The Flatiron School, and are excited to be working with Saron and Vinney. Their work will not only benefit the members of NY Tech Meetup but the New York tech community at large,” said Jessica Lawrence, Executive Director of NYTM. “As a growing non-profit organization, the technical platforms we offer our members from our website to our portal for women in technology are of growing importance. We’re looking forward to their work helping us to promote, diversify, and support our community.”

“Our dream in starting the Flatiron School was to create a sustainable talent pipeline for the New York Tech Community and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with NYTM to continue building the technology ecosystem in New York. As a New York-based web development school, we know firsthand the tremendous impact that NYTM has had in galvanizing the local technology community, and we’re thrilled to partner with them so that they can continue that tradition,” said Avi Flombaum of The Flatiron School. “Saron and Vinney were both outstanding students, and we’re excited that they have been given this opportunity to shine.”

To learn more about The Flatiron School, visit www.theflatironschool.com.


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Lineup for January 7 NY Tech Meetup

We are looking forward to a great start to 2014 with a fantastic January program!

Can't make it to the meetup? You can watch the video stream, provided by the folks at MLB Advanced Media right HERE at http://atmlb.com/1i28cbd!

Here is the lineup for the January 7, 2014 NY Tech Meetup (listed in alpha order):


Docurated is the smartest, fastest, and simplest way for teams to find and use content that is stored in existing cloud and on-premise repositories.


KeyMe is disrupting the locksmith industry with innovative mobile and robotics technology.


Koding is a social development environment where everyone can code - in the browser.


livecube.co - the ultimate event app for audience engagement.


MakeSpace: Valet storage service that picks up, stores, and returns your items on demand   so you never have to visit a storage unit again.

One Today by Google
One Today is a mobile app that lets you change the world, one day and $1 at a time.

Oscar Insurance Corporation

Oscar: The first technology-driven health insurer.


passOmatic: the fastest way to change your passwords


Photofeed: Your photos, always safe

Hack of the Month
Alexandra Berke
The Huffington Post - Huffpost Labs

Huffpost Labs operates as a startup within The Huffington Post.

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Lineup for December 4 NY Tech Meetup

It's time for the last meetup of 2013 and we are looking forward to a great program!

Can't make it to the meetup? You can watch the video stream, provided by the folks at MLB Advanced Media right HERE at http://bit.ly/Dec2013NYTM!

Here is the lineup for the December 4, 2013 NY Tech Meetup (listed in alpha order):


Artiphon: reinventing music creation and consumption through innovative hardware products and creative tools.

Canopy Apps

Canopy Apps is funded by the National Institutes of Health to improve healthcare for patients who do not speak English by putting a medical interpreter in the pockets of every doctor and nurse.

General Assembly

General Assembly is a global educational institution building a community of individuals empowered to pursue work they love through instruction and opportunity in technology, business and design.


Hitlist: travel on your own terms - get alerts when it's cheap to fly to your dream destinations


Nextdoor is the free and private social network for the neighborhood.

Priori Legal

Priori Legal connects businesses to a network of trusted and vetted lawyers at below-market and fixed rates.


Skillfeed: The easiest, most cost-friendly way to learn creative and technical skills for your job.


TouchCast is a new video technology platform that merges the interativity of the web with video to create a new medium - the video web.


WiredNYC: a "LEED for broadband" service that rates the internet connectivity of buildings to help tenants pick tech-friendly office locations

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