July

25

Dec 25

Become a Global Student Mentor!

submitted by Steven Reubenstone

Help mentor young aspiring Entrepreneurs from around the world, as over 28,000 kids from over 50 countries work on their dream project ideas online. Just sign up, email [email protected] asking to set you up with Mentor Rights, and begin dropping in your ideas and commentary to aid students from developing nations around the world! Let's make a difference. And you can do it right off your phone at your leisure!

http://www.collaborizm.com

September

13

Oct 04

Full-stack Web Development for Beginners at Dev Bootcamp

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

In this month-long, beginner-friendly workshop you will learn the basics of HTML, CSS, Ruby and JavaScript and how they work together to create fully functioning websites. In this month-long, once a week workshop you will create a basic web page and develop an understanding of the fundamentals of programming. This workshop is open to beginners with no prior coding experience.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/full-stack-web-development-for-beginners-tickets-27179000121

23

29

Film Screening: Generation Startup

submitted by Madeleine Ranges

Generation Startup, the new documentary film directed by Academy Award winner Cynthia Wade and award-winning filmmaker Cheryl Miller Houser, takes us to the front lines of entrepreneurship in America, capturing the struggles and triumphs of six recent college graduates who put everything on the line to build startups in Detroit. The film opens at the IFC Center on 9/23 and will run for a week. Filmmakers and film subjects will be in person for Q&As over opening weekend.

http://www.generationstartupthefilm.com/

25

29

Reinventing Testers Week NYC

submitted by Anna Royzman

Reinventing Testers Week is a unique forum where the masters and practitioners in software engineering are sharing, teaching and discussing the latest emerging trends, effective practices and advanced skills in software testing and quality. The program includes a peer workshop, multi-track conference and tutorials.

This event is brought by Test Masters Academy, division of A Quality Leadership Institute, a non-profit organization focused on quality in technology. Use "NYTM" for 5% discount.

http://testmastersacademy.org

26

29

Strata + Hadoop World in New York

submitted by Marsee Henon

Strata + Hadoop World, happening September 26-29 is where cutting-edge science and new business fundamentals intersect—and merge. It's a deep dive into emerging techniques and technologies. You'll dissect case studies, develop new skills through in-depth tutorials, share emerging best practices in data science, and imagine the future. Save 20% with discount code UGNYTM. Check out the impressive agenda and speaker lineup.

http://www.oreilly.com/pub/cpc/20690

28

CITE ( Caribbeans in Tech and Entrepreneurship) Meetup

submitted by Georgie-Ann Getton

Join us for the Tech Education Theme for Caribbeans In Tech and Entrepreneurship happening on September 28th!

Agenda:
5:30pm-6:20pm
Check in + Mingle

6:20pm-6:30pm
Welcome!

6:30pm-7:15pm
Panel+ Q&A
Moderator: Georgie-Ann Getton
Panelist : Jessica Santana, Cavaughn J Noel

7:15pm-7:45pm
Three company demos/pitches (TBA )

7:45pm-9pm
​Link up with fellow Caribbeans in Tech and Entrepreneurship

http://www.caribbeansintech.com/our-events.html#september

28

Market Neutral Portfolio Construction in Practice

submitted by Mansi

Sean began his career as a programmer during internet bubble 1.0. Later he joined the Mortgage Analytics team at Morgan Stanley where he worked on some of the most computationally demanding problems in the firm. Subsequently he worked as quantitative trader managing market neutral statistical arbitrage strategies both for institutions and in one of the first market neutral mutual funds.

https://www.meetup.com/Data-Science-Fintech-JC-NY/events/234299477/

28

SheWorx Breakfast with Sara Weinheimer, Founder and Executive Producer of BroadMic

submitted by SheWorx

SheWorx is a global collective of ambitious female entrepreneurs and changemakers redefining leadership. @sheworx. Hosted by Yin Lin (@yinnus) and Lisa Wang (@lisawang007).

https://goo.gl/BCaJX2

28

How the Internet Works with Meetup's Principal Engineer, Lena Krug

submitted by Lauren Murphy

Please note: this is an event intended for members who identify as women.

How does the internet work?

This talk is for anyone who has wondered how the internet works under the hood (or needed to talk about it in a technical interview!). How does routing work? Why are IP addresses proliferating? What is netmasking? This is the foundation to begin talking about security on the internet.

Write/Speak/Code is for women, cis and trans, and is emphatically trans and queer friendly.

http://www.meetup.com/Write-Speak-Code-NYC/events/234103848/

28

Startup Rock Climbing

submitted by Scott Smith

We're Headed Back to Brooklyn for Rock Climbing and Beer!

Getting sweaty with awesome startups at the original BKB. Startup Climbing started over two years ago with a handful of startup people who barely knew how to climb. We're now 10,000 strong across half a dozen cities across the country.
We don't care about business cards. We're here to have fun and meet awesome people. Join us on September 28th for our next climb!

For questions, email [email protected]

http://startupclimbing.eventbrite.com/?aff=nytm

28

WCA Pitch Day

submitted by Lisa Buchman

WCA PITCH DAY for startups, investors, and healthcare innovators: Panel discussion, pitch competition, professional networking: Powerful intel from all-star panel of healthcare experts: Anthony Manson, Health 2.0 NYC, MD Alert; Steve Barsh, Dreamit Health; Peter Fleischut, NewYork-Presbyterian Innovation Center; Nicole McKnight, BioLabs New York; Thomas Thornton, Northwell Ventures; Anthony Viceroy, WESTMED Medical Group, Brad Weinberg, Blueprint Health. 9/28 2pm - 5pm, Tarrytown, NY

http://www.healthtechwca.com/?page_id=46

29

Tap Conferece: NYC's Biggest Mobile Conference hosted by Button (discounts available)

submitted by Kanwal Jehan

TAP is back on September 29th for the 2nd year running, bringing together the brightest minds in mobile. Throughout the one day event we will focus on how the most respected brands in the world are capturing users' delight, intent, and attention in mobile. Use promo-code "kanwalvip" to receive discounts on tickets.

http://www.tapconference.com/

29

MivaCon X - The Future of Ecommerce

submitted by Paul Peterson

MivaCon X is an exciting one-day gathering for ecommerce professionals, exploring the juncture of emerging technology, online culture, and the future economy.

Join us at the stunning W Hotel Hoboken for inspiring keynote talks, breakout sessions, and outstanding networking opportunities.

The W Hoboken is located on the Hudson River with stunning views of Manhattan, and just a 5-minute walk from the PATH train.

http://www.mivaconx.com

29

Meetup: Let's Talk About Conversions!

submitted by Bridget Randolph

Search marketer? Conversion geek? Join digital agencies Distilled and WholeWhale on Thurs eve, Sept 29, at the Made in NY Media Center in Brooklyn for a CRO-themed evening of learning and networking.

-6:30-7:30 welcome reception
-7:30-8:30 speakers and Q&A
--Jeremy Gottlieb, Distilled, "The Case For CRO: Your Website is (Probably) Leaking Conversions"
--George Weiner, CEO/Founder, WholeWhale, "A/B Testing for Organs and Actions"
-8:30-9:30 networking

Free ticket with code: 'NYTECH'

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/distilled-meetup-nyc-lets-talk-about-conversions-tickets-27711001351

29

Trust & Safety: Anti-Money Laundering and Compliance Technologies

submitted by Samantha Tse

As attack techniques become more sophisticated, the landscape for money laundering is changing quickly. For finance professionals, that means their compliance functions must be smarter, faster and more effective than ever. Hear a panel of experts from J.P. Morgan Chase, Fan Duel, DataVisor, and Etsy share stories and discuss anti-money laundering (AML) detection technologies, data analysis tools, and risk assessment approaches.

http://do.co/2cSt6BY

30

CreArtBox: Classical/Contempor­ary Music w/Multimedia Tech ($5 Off + Free Drink)

submitted by Milton Siegel

This event involves the application of tech to the arts. It's a concert featuring traditional and contemporary classical music accompanied by visual presentations using cutting-edge projection equipment. See the event link for more details.

Tickets are normally $25, but use discount code MEETUP3242 to get $5 off (online purchases only).

https://www.creartbox.nyc/event/creart-music-series-joshua-penman-sebastian-currier-creartbox/

October

03

October 2016 Japan NYC Startups: Meet the Humanoid Robot!

submitted by Masa Okunishi

This is our 15th event, and we're thrilled to introduce a robotics startup from Japan. PLEN2 is the world's first printable open-source humanoid robot. The team behind PLEN will share us stories from behind the scenes and demo the bot. We will have a chance to play and test PLEN2 after. See you all there!

http://www.meetup.com/Japan-NYC-Startups/events/233401405/

03

Life After Dev Bootcamp: Careers, Job Search, and Teamwork from DBC Alumni

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

What happens after coding bootcamp? Join us for a lively panel discussion with alumni from Dev Bootcamp's New York Campus. They will be joined members of our career services team to discuss what kinds of jobs Dev Bootcamp grads get, what kinds of companies they work for, and what their post-Dev Bootcamp work lives are like.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/233643228/

03

The Intuition Salone: Good Vibration by Karin Bellantoni

submitted by Karin Bellantoni

What is a Salone?
The Salone was an Italian invention of the 16th century that flourished in France in the 17th century. The Salone was an informal university for women to exchange ideas, allowing young attendees to connect with more established women..

Why Intuition?
Plato describes intuition as a pre-existing knowledge residing in the “soul of eternity,” and a phenomenon by which one becomes conscious of pre-existing knowledge.

https://goo.gl/bDF1XD

03

12

Girl Develop It: Intermediate HTML/CSS

submitted by Samantha Provenza

This class is a 4-night series running on Oct 3rd, 5th, 10th & 12th from 7-9pm.

Through the course, you'll get a thorough introduction to HTML5 & CSS3 to build on your previous knowledge. You'll get hands-on experience working with HTML5 features like semantic elements and forms, & you'll learn new CSS3 properties and abilities including transformations & transitions. Finally, we'll dig into responsive design and browser compatibility.

http://www.meetup.com/girldevelopit/events/234180248/

04

October 2016 NY Tech Meetup and Afterparty

submitted by Casey Taylor

Join fellow technologists for an evening of live demos from companies developing great technology in New York, followed by a networking afterparty.

Please note: if it looks like the event is sold out, it is probably not. We release tickets in three batches. If tickets aren't available, they will be available at the next release. The three ticket releases for this Meetup are: September 14, September 26 and September 30, all at 1 p.m.

http://www.meetup.com/ny-tech/events/229675615/

04

Lean IT at High Growth Companies (Ft. DigitalOcean, Harry's, Pilot Fiber)

submitted by Alex Sgamy

IT teams are usually the leanest at high growth companies. At our first Office Automation for IT Meetup a panel of IT experts will explore these challenges IT teams face when it comes to rapid growth in the organization. On the panel will be:

- Nick Vigier, Director of Security at DigitalOcean
- Matthew Anderson, IT Leader at Harry
- Noah Landow, Founder at Macktez

https://www.meetup.com/office-automation-for-IT/events/233594706/

04

Dimensionality Reduction Techniques for Finance

submitted by Mansi

David Epstein is a former Columbia professor, with over two decades of experience in data science, including database administration, data visualization, econometrics, and machine learning. During his career as an academic, he worked with top institutions, including the World Bank, Federal Reserve, CIA, Supreme Court, and more.

https://www.meetup.com/Data-Science-Fintech-JC-NY/events/234268616/

04

Life After Dev Bootcamp: Careers, Job Search, and Teamwork from DBC Alumni

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

What happens after coding bootcamp? Join us for a lively panel discussion with alumni from Dev Bootcamp's New York Campus. They will be joined members of our career services team to discuss what kinds of jobs Dev Bootcamp grads get, what kinds of companies they work for, and what their post-Dev Bootcamp work lives are like.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/233643228/

05

Meet Magento New York 2016

submitted by Viacheslav Kravchuk

This year the event is built around the business side with a focus on trending eCommerce practices and ways to improve Magento merchants’ businesses. Don’t miss the opportunity to improve your business and show your support for the Magento ecosystem, get your ticket now!

Your ticket includes:
- Full access to the venue, presentations and marketplace during the event
- Breakfast
- Lunch
- Wine Tasting
- Networking Dinner and Party

http://ny.meet-magento.com/

05

Data Structures Study Night: Interview Prep

submitted by Yiyi Zhang

Got an upcoming tech interview?

Join us for a night of data structures study with fellow engineers and tech career professionals.

We'll provide data structures problems and answers of various levels.

We’ll pair you up in advance based on your experience level, language background, and any specific notes you give us on what you’d prefer to study/work on.

We’ll provide dinner & drinks.

https://www.meetup.com/ClutchTalent/events/233392864/

05

Tech Council Leadership Summit

submitted by NJ Tech Council

This year's theme is "Creating and Nurturing a Culture of Innovation."Leading innovation throughout the enterprise in today's environment is incredibly challenging. This year's Summit will include a keynote lecture and a CEO panel to offer additional insights and perspectives on creating a culture of innovation. Discussion groups will follow to further share best practices among attendees.​ Today we are offering a 50% off discount for NY Tech Meetup subscribers. Use the code "NYTM"

http://www.njtc.org/leadership-summit16/

06

CareerBoost Newsletter

submitted by Jason Malki

On October 6th AlleyBoost, EENYC, and other Partners will simultaneously send a Dedicated Newsletter to >50,000 recipients (22,000 AlleyBoosters + the email lists of 5 partners!) in Metro NYC to promote YOUR startup.

https://abcareerboost.splashthat.com/

06

The Product Group October 2016

submitted by Nancy Tubbs

Join us as The Product Group October 2016 with Featured Product: FanDuel and great roundtable conversations! RSVP @ http://tpg.li/2bSZvpk

FREE, must RSVP to attend.

Presented by The Product Group

http://www.meetup.com/TheProductGroup/events/232951366/

http://www.meetup.com/TheProductGroup/events/232951366/

06

NYC TechBreakfast featuring awesome tech demos

submitted by Kathleen Walch

Interact with your peers in a monthly morning breakfast meetup. At this monthly breakfast get-together techies, developers, designers, and entrepreneurs share learn from their peers through show and tell show-case style presentations. And yes, this is free! Thank our sponsors when you see them. This edition at Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) NYC features demos from 4 awesome tech companies Find out more and RSVP at http://bit.ly/1OiUQYn

http://bit.ly/1OiUQYn

06

Brooklyn TechBreakfast featuring Budget Referee, lazy, DivvyCloud, Gift Whisperer

submitted by Kathleen

Interact with your peers in a monthly morning breakfast meetup. At this monthly breakfast get-together techies, developers, designers, and entrepreneurs share learn from their peers through show and tell show-case style presentations. And yes, this is free! Thank our sponsors when you see them. This edition at CoLab-Factory features demos from Budget Referee: , lazy: measurease, DivvyCloud, Gift Whisperer: , 4 awesome tech companies Find out more and RSVP at http://bit.ly/29lrQR4

http://bit.ly/29lrQR4

06

Jun 20

Become a BUILD Mentor

submitted by Miranda Bellizia

BUILD is an innovative, college preparatory program. Through entrepreneurship-based, experiential learning, BUILD ignites the potential of youth in under-resourced communities and equips them for high school, college and career success.
Volunteer as a BUILD mentor! Support high school students in launching their very own businesses while connecting with passionate, like-minded New York City professionals.

http://build.org/join-us/volunteer/

07

10

Reality, Virtually, Hackathon

submitted by Diane Williams

This Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality hackathon will be held at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA. Please apply if you are interested in learning about all the areas that VR/AR can be utilized (construction, healthcare, education, etc.)

http://www.realityvirtuallyhack.com

08

brunchwork w/ New York Angels & Jewelbots

submitted by Paulina

Join us for an unforgettable farm-to-table brunch and mimosas with Brian S. Cohen (New York Angels Chairman) & Sara Chipps (Jewelbots cofounder/CEO)! Your brunch will feature:

* Inspirational fireside chat with Brian & Sara in an intimate setting

* Dynamic Audience Challenge

* Curated connections with other young people hungry for the next opportunity (we will introduce you to the people you want to meet)

* Seasonal, organic, farm-to-table by OxVerte

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brunchwork-w-new-york-angels-jewelbots-tickets-27210672855

08

Using Feminist Leadership Skills to Achieve Business* Results

submitted by CV Harquail

Calling all Social Entrepreneurs, Feminists, and Activists who want to make a difference in their organizations. In this workshop, you'll pair Leadership Power Tools with the Feminist Lean Project Canvas to transform a conventional work project into a transformational one-- all from within your work role. Engage stakeholders via a lean, feminist #powerWITH approach, then drive the project forward with individual, #powerTO leadership skills. Sat., Oct 8th, 9 to 4:30, Manhattan.

http://feministbiz.eventbrite.com  

10

BitCoin & The Machine-Payable Web

submitted by Nitya Narasimhan

In the Machine-Payable Web, "every node in the network is a machine and each edge is a micropayment between machines". The talk focuses on "21", open source software that makes it easy to perform Bitcoin micro-payments over HTTP.

Speaker:
Balaji Srinivasan is the CEO of 21.co and a Board Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. He was named to the MIT TR35, was the cofounder and CTO of Founders Fund-backed Counsyl, and taught a MOOC with 200k+ students at startup.stanford.edu.

http://www.meetup.com/gdgnyc/events/231372135/

12

brunchwork+ w/ Casper (After hours!)

submitted by Paulina

Thinking about a NYC startup job? Explore opportunities at Casper over delicious "midnight brunch" & drinks! This is our first after hours weekday event - don't miss out.

* Fireside chat with leaders of Casper
* Impress the Recruiters during the interactive group challenge & get invited to next round interview!
* Gain insights into the hiring process
* Meet other young people hungry for the next opportunity

Once you RSVP, please send resumes to [email protected]

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brunchwork-w-casper-after-hours-tickets-27669225398

12

SheWorx Breakfast with David Rose, Founder of Gust

submitted by SheWorx

SheWorx is a global collective of ambitious female entrepreneurs and changemakers redefining leadership. @sheworx. Hosted by Yin Lin (@yinnus) and Lisa Wang (@lisawang007).

https://goo.gl/64bpiZ

12

Dev Bootcamp October Info Session

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Thinking about switching careers and becoming a software developer? Dev Bootcamp is the original, short-term, immersive software development program that transforms those new to coding into job-ready, full-stack web developers. Our monthly info session and campus tour gives you the inside scoop from Dev Bootcamp students, instructors, and alumni.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/233641062/

12

Dev Bootcamp October Info Session

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Thinking about switching careers and becoming a software developer? Dev Bootcamp is the original, short-term, immersive software development program that transforms those new to coding into job-ready, full-stack web developers. Our monthly info session gives you the inside scoop from Dev Bootcamp students, instructors, and alumni.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/233641062/

12

Tipsy Trivia Mixer

submitted by Christina Nanfeldt

COMPANY COMBAT is a networking event series that invites NYC's coolest companies to compete against one another in a variety of interactive challenges. For this next event, we've combined two favorites -- TRIVIA AND FLIP CUP -- to make one awesome evening! After each round of trivia, you and your team will play a round of flip cup. Get ready to truly test your knowledge!

https://tipsytrivia.splashthat.com/

13

DeveloperConnect NYC

submitted by Paula Pena

Join IBM for our new DeveloperConnect workshop on October 13th in New York!

A full day of real interactive discussions and hands-on labs with IBM developers and architects, who will get down to the technical aspects of the reality of app development now driven and deployed across multiple environments, implemented in a hybrid cloud. We’ll cover everything to help you Start, Code and Push your company to succeed in this brave new application world.

Complimentary breakfast and lunch served.

http://ibm.co/2cEQn5M

13

/dev/color New York Open House

submitted by Rosa Otieno

Come meet and mingle with Black software engineers, while learning what we do at /dev/color and the benefits of becoming a member.You will get to take professional headshots and enjoy delicious appetizers and refreshments!

https://devcolornewyork.splashthat.com/

14

Meditation & Tech (Powered by I Meditate NY & Breather)

submitted by Emil Vasilev

Meditation at its core is designed to help you operate at peak performance, whatever that might mean to you. For a sage in the Himalayas, that might be unearthing life’s deepest secrets while for an entrepreneur in NYC it might be operating with maximum creativity and productivity without burnout. We will explore the connection between the state of the mind, problem solving, experimentation and execution, proven hacks for productivity and creativity, and experience meditation and the breath.

https://www.meetup.com/iMeditateNY/events/234455631/

14

16

MD5 Humanitarian Relief Hackathon

submitted by Will Gregory

MD5 is a new tech accelerator partnership between NYU and the Department of Defense. Our first event will be a Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief hackathon where we'll build products to save lives in areas impacted by major disasters. Sponsored by the FDNY, NYU, Columbia, and the Army Strategic Studies Group, we'll have great tech mentors as well as expert first responders who supported rescue and aid operations during 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy.

https://md5.net/hackathonf16

15

Nov 14

2nd Annual New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission Hackathon

submitted by Jeffrey Garber

Help TLC provide more public data!

The TLC is partnering with NYU CUSP and General Assembly to host a month-long online hackathon for experts to test an anonymization method that it intends to use on taxi data that it does not currently release. In addition, we are interested in identifying potential privacy risks of releasing large volumes of geospatial data. Participants will use NYU's secure data facility and could win $200 in General Assembly classes and honorary taxi medallions!

http://tlchack2016.devpost.com

15

Using Feminist Leadership Skills to Achieve Business* Results

submitted by cv harquail

Calling all Social Entrepreneurs, Feminists, and Activists who want to make a difference in their organizations. Join us to as we pair TakeTheLead’s Leadership Power Tools with the Feminist Lean Project Canvas to help you build a conventional work project into a transformational one-- all from within your work role.

Engage stakeholders via a lean, feminist #powerWITH approach, then drive the project forward with individual, #powerTO leadership skills.

http://feministbiz.eventbrite.com 

17

How to Ace Your Dev Bootcamp Interview

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Join Dev Bootcamp's New York admissions and interview team members as we take you through some important steps that will help you ace our coding bootcamp interview! Learn about the different elements of the interview and practice solving the kinds of logic puzzles and coding challenges that you will encounter in Dev Bootcamp's fun and supportive environment.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/233641375/

20

Bayesian model building in Stan

submitted by Mansi Singhal

Jim Savage has worked as a data scientist, economist and economics lecturer in Australia. He is passionate about building robust, probabilistic models.In this talk, Jim will provide an outline of Bayesian model building in the easy-to-learn Stan language, using examples from his work building models of East African consumer loans. The talk will not be a worked tutorial, instead trying to build intuition for Bayesian modeling.

https://www.meetup.com/Data-Science-Fintech-JC-NY/events/234077483/

20

AlleyBoost: Square Table

submitted by Jason Malki

The Square Table - a different take on the panel discussion.

Instead of a panel up front speaking TO the audience - the 4 (2 squared) speakers sit at the corners of a large table WITH the audience - Limited to 36 (6 squared!) audience members.

The discussion then becomes more inclusive. The discussion is often more hands on and focused on solving audience problems pertaining to startups and helping the audience develop traction.

The 4 Corners are comprised of a:

1. Business Developm

https://absquaretable.splashthat.com/

24

Getting Started with React Native: Building native mobile apps with JavaScript at Dev Bootcamp

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

If you have basic JavaScript knowledge and are interested in building mobile apps as a career or hobby, then React Native is definitely something to explore. Tom Goldenberg, a Dev Bootcamp alumni and author of the tutorial "Build React Native", live demos how to get started with React Native and gives tips for how to learn the technology fast.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/233942066/

25

Getting started contributing to open source at Dev Bootcamp

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Contributing to open source software projects is a great way to build your career and skills as a web developer. It's also a chance to learn new languages and frameworks, make an impact on a project or issue that is important to you, and build your network and reputation as a developer. Join Hacker Hours organizer Aidan Feldman and Tute Costa, as well as Dev Bootcamp instructor Dan Jensen for a beginner-friendly demonstration and chance to get your open source questions answered!

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/234419928/

28

Neurochemistry for Interactive Design & Marketing - New York (1-day workshop)

submitted by Brian Cugelman, PhD

In this workshop, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of human-centered design, by learning the neurochemical factors that shape your users’ emotions, motivation, cognition, and behavior. After studying your users’ neurochemical reward and punishment systems, you’ll learn how to use interactive design and content strategies to avoid triggering negative user emotions such as anxiety, low self-esteem, and resentment; and instead learn how to evoke positive emotions like trust, loyalty and pride.

http://www.alterspark.com/training/neurochemistry-interactive-design-marketing

31

Heroes & Villains & Unicorns Oh My!

submitted by Pearlene Fields

Join MiTech Monday, October 31, at Mist Harlem for a fun night parting & networking. Enjoy delicious hor'douvres, good music & an open bar. The theme of the night is Heroes & Villains. Come dressed in your favorite costume & participate in the best costume contest. Relax, network, have a good time & the best part is we'll be helping a charity because $5 of every ticket goes to the Sierra House, an organization that assist homeless mothers & their children. Early Bird - $55 Standard - $75.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/heroes-villains-unicorns-oh-my-tickets-27696608301

November

01

02

Decoded Fashion NY Summit

submitted by Chelsea Rusch

Abandon your inhibitions at this year’s Decoded Fashion NY Summit & get acquainted with the most impactful, dynamic and disruptive innovations.

We're bringing you a hard-hitting, energy-packed 2 days where experts will explore the key issues that face the industry: meaningful customer engagement, tech as an enabler, the dark forces of social media and agility in the ‘see now, buy now’ world.

For more information and agenda details, head to nyc.decodedfashion.com

http://www.nyc.decodedfashion.com/

02

SEJ Summit New York

submitted by Meg Cabrera

The SEJ Summit “A Day of Keynotes”, is a unique conference experience tailored specifically for search marketers. The content is well-rounded and diverse, while staying focused on SEO.

New York City is your last chance to catch this conference in 2016! Each event features a single track of vetted, keynote-style presentations given by industry experience for you, which is why sales pitches, product demos, and sponsored content is prohibited during sessions.

https://www.searchenginejournal.com/sejsummit2016/new-york/

03

Startup Expo

submitted by Jason Malki

The AlleyBoost Startup Expo: An opportunity for over 75 exciting exhibitors to get in front of thousands of awesome attendees including startup enthusiasts, elite talent, the press and leading investors.

https://abstartupexpo.splashthat.com/

03

04

DataEngConf NYC

submitted by Pete Soderling

DataEngConf brings together two days of the best data engineering & data science talks you'll hear this year from companies like Spotify, Twitter, Cloudera, Confluent, Basho, The New York Times and many more.

From TensorFlow to Kafka to scikit-learn to Spark, you'll learn about tons of tech from top engineers you respect.

Plus, as a member of the NYTECHMEETUP community, you'll get an extra $50 off early bird tickets through the end of September!

Just use code NYTECH at checkout.

http://dataengconf.com

08

NYC TechBreakfast featuring awesome tech demos

submitted by Kathleen Walch

Interact with your peers in a monthly morning breakfast meetup. At this monthly breakfast get-together techies, developers, designers, and entrepreneurs share learn from their peers through show and tell show-case style presentations. And yes, this is free! Thank our sponsors when you see them. This edition at Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) NYC features demos from 4 awesome tech companies Find out more and RSVP at http://bit.ly/1OiUTnd

http://bit.ly/1OiUTnd

09

November 2016 NY Tech Meetup and Afterparty

submitted by Casey Taylor

Join fellow technologists for an evening of live demos from companies developing great technology in New York, followed by a networking afterparty.

Please note: if it looks like the event is sold out, it is probably not. We release tickets in three batches. If tickets aren't available, they will be available at the next release. The three ticket releases for this Meetup are: October 5, November 1 and November 4, all at 1 p.m.

http://www.meetup.com/ny-tech/events/229675656/

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Dev Bootcamp November Info Session

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Thinking about switching careers and becoming a software developer? Dev Bootcamp is the original, short-term, immersive software development program that transforms those new to coding into job-ready, full-stack web developers. Our monthly info session gives you the inside scoop from Dev Bootcamp students, instructors, and alumni.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/234417440/

11

NYC Real Estate Expo

submitted by Mary Anderson-Gallagher

NYC Real Estate Expo bringing the movers and shakers in real estate to the Hilton Midtown to discuss real estate development, trends and deals. Technology component talks about the innovative changes that tech has brought and continues to bring to the real estate community. Information regarding fundraising through EB-5 programs. Exhibiting and journal opportunities. Call me at 917-270-4336 and go to the website for additional info.

http://www.nycnetworkgroup.com

15

Momentum 2016 by TNW

submitted by Matthew Elworthy

We've got a habit of rewriting the conference rule book. Last year, we promised to turn TNW Conf in Amsterdam into a week-long Coachella for 20,000 coders and geeks.

Last month we saw the result: an event that Gary Vaynerchuk stopped mid-keynote to call 'unbelievable,' 'f*cking awesome,' and 'the nicest set up to a conference' he had ever seen – to the applause of his entire audience.

Now it's time to turn our attention to the New York conference scene.

https://go.evvnt.com/61755-0

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Momentum by TNW

submitted by Dahlia

The Next Web invites you to join 5,000 technology world leaders to what's been dubbed, NY's most promising conference for tech and business decision makers. 12 world class keynotes, 60 highly curated and hand selected startups, 30 Influencers up to have beers with you, will come together for a mission driven and action packed day. Hands on conversations and interactive workshops designed to advance growing companies and learn best practices to put into motion. Reserve your spot today!

http://thenextweb.com/momentum/

December

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December 2016 NY Tech Meetup and Afterparty

submitted by Casey Taylor

Join fellow technologists for an evening of live demos from companies developing great technology in New York, followed by a networking afterparty.

Please note: if it looks like the event is sold out, it is probably not. We release tickets in three batches. If tickets aren't available, they will be available at the next release. The three ticket releases for this Meetup are: November 10, November 11 and December 2, all at 1 p.m.

http://www.meetup.com/ny-tech/events/229675690/

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Dev Bootcamp December Info Session

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Thinking about switching careers and becoming a software developer? Dev Bootcamp is the original, short-term, immersive software development program that transforms those new to coding into job-ready, full-stack web developers. Our monthly info session gives you the inside scoop from Dev Bootcamp students, instructors, and alumni.

http://www.meetup.com/DBC-NYC/events/234422875/

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NYC TechBreakfast featuring awesome tech demos

submitted by Kathleen Walch

Interact with your peers in a monthly morning breakfast meetup. At this monthly breakfast get-together techies, developers, designers, and entrepreneurs share learn from their peers through show and tell show-case style presentations. And yes, this is free! Thank our sponsors when you see them. This edition at Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) NYC features demos from 4 awesome tech companies Find out more and RSVP at http://bit.ly/1OiUZev

http://bit.ly/1OiUZev

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