Mar 30

One Month iOS - Live Class in NYC

submitted by Doug Logue

In just one month I’ll teach you iOS development, right here in One Month's NYC office! Not only do you get full access to all of the online material, you also get one-on-one help from the course instructor.



Apr 01

One Month Rails - Live Class in NYC

submitted by Doug Logue

In just one month I’ll teach you Ruby on Rails, right here in One Month's NYC office! Not only do you get full access to all of the online material, you also get one-on-one help from the course instructor.




Apr 24

Civic Tech for local legislatures and legislators

submitted by Sarah Anders

City Council Member Ben Kallos will be teaching a free course at the NYU GovLab entitled "Civic Tech for local legislatures and legislators" with Dr. Arnaud Sahuguet, Chief Technology Officer of the GovLab and a former product manager at Google.org. The class will focus on projects such as constituent engagement, crowdsourced lawmaking, enhanced drafting and archiving of local laws and rules, and other tech-enabled strategies for enhancing legitimacy and effectiveness in municipal legislatures.



Speed Pitch with DreamIt @ WeWork NoMad

submitted by Mike Coletta

DreamIt challenges you to give the one minute pitch of your life. No decks, just a super crisp 1-minute pitch. Join Andrew Ackerman, DreamIt NY managing director, for a speed pitch session at WeWork (NoMad) where you can present your company and ask questions about the upcoming DreamIt NY accelerator.

Date: March 5, 2015
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm EST
Location: WeWork NoMad - 79 Madison Ave, 3rd floor, New York NY 10016




submitted by Marissa Mlotek

Join Trebor Scholz and a distinguished panel of organizers and analysts including Sara Horowitz, Saket Soni, Caroline Woolard, Nathan Schneider, and Douglas Rushkoff as they discuss good digital labor and argue for what Trebor calls "platform cooperativism".



Telling Your Startup's Story

submitted by Matthew Krieger

Come hear from some of the world's best tech journalists about the DO's and DON'Ts of pitching your startup or company to the media. Get the inside scoop on what they're interested in and how you can shape your story to maximize results. Journalists on the panel are fromTechCrunch, CNBC, CNET, Business Insider, Yahoo!Tech and Engadget. Please RSVP by sending an email to [email protected]



NJ Tech Meetup 58

submitted by Aaron Price

Come join us for an evening of networking, startup pitches from Halftime Shark Suit and Appcow, and a fireside chat with founder of Jet.com, Marc Lore. The event will run from 6:45pm-9:15pm, with the option to move to a local bar afterwards for networking, snacks and drink specials. We hope to see you there!



Twitter Flock, New York

submitted by Jon Bulava

As part of our plans to introduce developers to Fabric, Twitter's new mobile SDK for iOS and Android, we've launched a series of events known as Flock. Join us to meet the teams that created the SDK and learn more about its features to help your mobile app with crash reporting, monetization, phone number sign-in, and more.

Please follow the event link for more info. Space is limited and (free) registration is required. We're looking forward to meeting the best mobile developers out there!



Intellectual Property Basics for Inventors, Entrepreneurs, and Startups

submitted by Anthony Zimmer

Join Mindy Bickel of the US Patent and Trademark Office for a discussion about what all inventors, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and start-ups should know about Intellectual Property. Topics include patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, why savvy startups care about intellectual property, and USPTO resources available to inventors, entrepreneurs, and startups. RSVP via the EventBrite link (required for admission)




Decoded Fashion Mentor Lounge @ SXSW

submitted by Chelsea

Over the 5 days of SXSW Interactive, Decoded Fashion will be setting up home at the new JW Marriott to bring you panel sessions, special events, networking opportunities, a mentorship hub, and an exhibit showcasing the most beautiful wearables and most innovative technologies in fashion and retail. Find the growing list of mentors and registration here: http://decodedfashion.com/sxsw/#attend-anchor



Startup Sales Bootcamp (1-day)

submitted by Juliana

First developed for a venture-backed startup, the Startup Sales Bootcamp is 1-day program designed for the busy founder or sales executive. Over a full Saturday, you'll learn the psychological framework, tactics and technology hacks that others have used to close more deals and decrease sales cycles. Space is limited to 5 companies, so enroll soon.



NUI Central presents: "More Than Words" Why Can't Machines Learn to Converse?

submitted by Deb Benkler

On Monday, March 16th at 6:30pm, NUI Central Meetup is presenting, "More Than Words" Why Can't Machines Learn to Converse? - http://bit.ly/NUICen_NYC24
Ever wonder if machines understand language the way humans do? Columbia Professor Rebecca J. Passonneau will include two intriguing experiments in her discussion of human and machine language "understanding". You must sign up ( http://bit.ly/V3XZBJ ) in order to attend the Meetup!



Bringing Out The Best In Others Through Mentoring & Feedback

submitted by Taylor Jacobson

In this interactive workshop you’ll discover how the world’s best leaders coach their teams to perform. You’ll learn techniques for providing feedback that are more direct and actionable, and easier for the listener to digest. The ability to have open, honest communications is essential to building effective relationships that last and grow.



Startup Institute NYC Spring 2015 Open Doors Party - #SIOpenDoors

submitted by Mabel Chung

We're celebrating our current Spring 2015 cohort of dynamic individuals who are blazing a new path for themselves in the NYC startup and tech community. We're toasting our partner companies and community supporters - like MediaMath, Collective[i], and Reelio - who repeatedly hire from our pool of passionate and driven graduates and help support us in our mission of creating a community of skilled, confident, and savvy startup employees. Join us! March 18, 7:00p-9:00p





submitted by Dawn Aitken

Security Training - Seats are very limited - register online at www.hacknyc.com Builders - Breakers - Defenders, 2-Days Hard Core Software Security Training. Come to NYC enjoy Saint Patrick's Day on March 17th, then on March 18th at 10am - 6pm learn from leading industry experts on about software security.



OWASP NYC Chapter Meeting & Project Hands on Workshop

submitted by Dawn Aitken

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a 501(c)(3) worldwide not-for-profit charitable organization focused on improving the security of software. Our mission is to make software security visible, so that individuals and organizations worldwide can make informed decisions about true software security risks.




Gigaom Structure Data 2015

submitted by Jon Lehr

Structure Data is bringing together prominent big data analysts, technologists and companies who are implementing some very cool data strategies. Structure Data is being held March 18-19th. Between the top notch agenda and who's who of the data ecosystem, it's an event not to miss! Register at http://bit.ly/1FfM0pj and save 15% with the code NYETM15. Topics include artificial intelligence, deep learning, robotics, quantum computing, Hadoop's evolution, and more.




Future Ready Learning

submitted by Sean Thompson

At the core of a DEEP Learning event is our belief in the concept of differentiated learning. The strands arrangement of the conference is the first level at which participants can maximise their personal learning experience across areas of interest. Apple technologies and Google Apps for Education form the two brand associated pedagogical strands while the third is left open-ended.



Choose Yourself Breakfast

submitted by Georgie-Ann Getton

The very first Choose yourself Breakfast. A breakfast for people of all ages, shapes and sizes with common interest in living better lives in the form of "Hacking their lives" or simply "Choosing themselves". Including members who are Entrepreneurs, Life coaches, Tech members, Developers, etc.



HackerNest NYC March Social

submitted by Neville Samuell +John Lynn + Tim Flannery

Drinks on us. HackerNest Tech Socials are a fun, relaxed way to connect with your local tech brethren. All you have to do is show up, grab a name tag, find a beer, and hang out - that's it. Plan on meeting new friends in the tech industry, and getting into heated debates about Emacs & Vim.



High Tech - Lessons from Silicon Valley for the Cannabis Industry

submitted by Michael Zaytsev

The legalization of Cannabis is often compared to the birth of the Internet as both have created an abundance of opportunity for entrepreneurs. Despite it's rich history, the Cannabis industry is very much like a start up. For it to thrive, we must learn from the tech world and adopt the proven methods of Silicon Valley. Come network and learn from guest speakers --Venture Capitalists with investment experience in the Technology and Cannabis spaces. HighNY.com



Digital.NYC Five-Borough Tour: #Queens

submitted by Justin Cina

Digital.NYC is coming to the Queens! Join us to see some of Queens' latest entrepreneurs demo their product and technology, as well as hear Meetup's Communications Director, Kristin Hodgson, discuss the city's human infrastructure for advancing your business. Additionally, the Digital.NYC partnership will outline NYC's best tech and startup resources, including today's most effective ways to find a job, access startup capital, and tap into NYC's burgeoning tech and startup scene.



Conversations: Social Media in the Age of Algorithms

submitted by David Park

"Social Media in the Age of Algorithms," we will be focusing on how publishers are handling the effect of algorithms on referral traffic, specifically social media. Panelists include Pete Cashmore (CEO/Founder of Mashable), Alex Leo (Head of Audience Development - Yahoo), Rubina Madan Fillion (Digital Engagement Editor - The Intercept), Matt Yurow (Associate Director, Audience Development - NY Times), Brad Gerick (Director of Social Media - NY Daily News). *25% off for NYTM Members



Ladies Night Demo Day

submitted by Majella Mark

In celebration of Women's Herstory Month, Beau Exchange, the organizers of Black Female Tech Entrepreneurs in NYC is hosting a demo day for meetup groups across New York City. This is your opportunity to present your company or developing idea to a group of judges in the industry and network with Tech professionals from numerous different tech meetup groups. Enjoy food, pastries and drinks while mingling with like minded people. Sign up to present at [email protected]




Psychology for Digital Behavior Change

submitted by Rignam Wangkhang

During this 2-day workshop, you’ll develop new skills in human centered design by learning to recognize & apply over 50 principles of persuasive psychology, plus several psychological architectures.
The content is based on science, but presented with visual examples & hands-on exercises, designed to help you build new insight & skills.
By the end of this workshop, you’ll be able to recognize and apply the same psychological strategies that drive world leading websites, social media & apps.




Startup Weekend NYCEDU

submitted by NYCEDU Team

Startup Weekend EDU is heading back to New York City and we’d love for you to join us. We're looking for passionate designers, developers, educators & entrepreneurs who want to make a difference in improving education opportunities for all. In 54 hours, participants share ideas, form teams, design products and launch education startups that address real problems that students and schools face.




hackBCA II

submitted by Kenneth Rhee

hackBCA II is one of the biggest high school hackathons in the nation! The purpose of this hackathon is to give high school students an easy way to learn how to code. Come join us as a mentor and help unleash the next generation!



Apr 01

Data On A Mission

submitted by Eileen Irizarry

The gathering and analysis of massive data sets is reshaping society. Join us to hear experts from industry, government and academia present new work and debate the issues.



Apr 01

Data on A Mission: A Symposium at Columbia University

submitted by Eileen Irizarry

The gathering and analysis of massive data sets is reshaping society. Join us at Columbia University to hear experts from industry, government and academia present new work and debate the issues.




Raise the Rim 2015

submitted by Mabel

Startups, VCs and Supporters of the Innovation Community - it's time again to lace up and battle it out on the hardwood in the annual Raise the Rim basketball tournament, hosted by Startup Institute. Raise the Rim is a 3 on 3 basketball series, coinciding with March Madness, that celebrates local innovation, teamwork and healthy competition -- all the while raising money for local charities that are doing great things. All proceeds go to UA Maker Academy. April 2, 5:30p - 8:30p



Digital.NYC Five-Borough Tour: #Flatiron

submitted by Justin Cina

Digital.NYC is coming to Flatiron! Come hear a diverse selection of NYC's tech ecosystem discuss skill development, finding a job, and sourcing talent. Panelists include Jake Schwartz (Co-Founder & CEO, General Assembly), Kristen Titus (Founding Director, NYC Tech Talent Pipeline), Hagos Mehreteab (Senior Director of Talent Acquisition, AppNexus). Additionally, the Digital.NYC partnership will outline NYC's best tech and startup resources.




HackPrinceton 2015

submitted by Henry Shangguan

From April 11-12, over 600 students from across the nation will convene at Princeton for our 24-hour hardware and software hackathon. We're currently looking for hardware and software experts to serve as mentors for our hackers. This is a great opportunity to see technology through the eyes of a college student, discover what products college students believe there is a market for, and talk with many of the nation’s leading student developers. If interested, contact hys (at) princeton (dot) edu.




3D Print Design Show

submitted by MecklerMedia

The 3D Print Design Show, taking place April 16-17 as part of 3D Print Week NY, will showcase the design capabilities of 3D printing with hands-on exhibits and interactive displays. Join us for stunning 3D printed pieces of architecture, fashion, interior design, and consumer goods.



3D Print Fashion Show

submitted by MecklerMedia

3D Print Week New York and the 3D Print Design Show are proud to present the 3D Print Fashion Show on April 16th at the Javits Convention Center. This will be a monumental event where the top 3D print designers from around the world will create original pieces to be displayed to the public for the first time.

During the runway event, each designer will showcase their innovative new work, inspired by 3D printing.



Leadership Diagnostic & The Truth About Integrity

submitted by Taylor Jacobson

How did Mahatma Gandhi, MLK Jr and Nelson Mandela compel such massive results in spite of overwhelming obstacles? In this workshop we’ll introduce the secret weapon of the world’s best leaders: integrity. We’ll give you a simple tool for assessing your integrity and show you how to use it to produce unprecedented results while garnering respect and loyalty. After the workshop, we’ll split into three-person teams and you’ll create a game plan to create integrity everywhere in your life.




CRAFT Software Craftsmanship Conference April 22-24, 2015, Budapest

submitted by Attila Balogi

CRAFT Software Technolgy Conference is back! Learn about the latest trends and tools of Software Craftsmanship at one of Europe's biggest professional event between April 22-24 in Budapest. 3 Days, 1000+ Attendees, 50+ Speakers & 9 Workshops with speakers from Google, Twitter, Pivotal, Etsy, PayPal, Netflix...

Video of 2014: https://vimeo.com/99867214

50$ discount with the code: MeetupsAtCRAFT




Inside Bitcoins Conference and Expo

submitted by MecklerMedia

Continuing the largest blockchain technology focused event series worldwide, Inside Bitcoins is heading to NYC from April 27-29, 2015. Join us at the Javits Center as the brightest minds and leading influencers in the Bitcoin 2.0 and alternative currency space come together to explore the promise of decentralized technology and the future of finance. Whether you’re a venture capitalist, lawyer, regulator, payment pioneer, or public policy expert, our agenda is designed to offer valuable insight





RoboUniverse Conference and Expo

submitted by MecklerMedia

RoboUniverse is the leading professional robotics conference and exposition that promotes practical applications of robots and intelligent systems while considering the impact of robotic technologies on human behavior and implications to society. RoboUniverse brings robot manufacturers and technology providers together with business and technical professionals interested in robotics for business, healthcare, education, manufacturing and the home.




Apps World, San Francisco

submitted by Louise Turton

Apps World North America will be taking place in the tech capital of San Francisco on May 12-13 at the Moscone Center. Apps World expects an audience of 10,000 developers, mobile marketers, mobile operators, device manufacturers, platform owners and industry professionals who will benefit from 11 different targeted workshop tracks, speed networking, one to one meetings, plus parties, tackling a spectrum of issues across the app ecosystem.




Big Apple Scrum Day 2015

submitted by Dana Pylayeva

Big Apple Scrum Day 2015 is a one day conference organised by members of NYC Scrum User group. Join Scrum and Agile practitioners for a day of knowledge sharing and ideas exchange in the heart of NYC. Get inspired and inspire others with your passion!




Meter Asset Management

submitted by Julia Rotar

Utilities across Europe face the prospect of meeting the EU’s goal of installing smart meters for 80% of consumers by 2020 (European Commission, 2015). Whilst each country is meeting these goals within different time frames, many are in the same position as the UK and are in a crucial stage in the road towards full roll outs.




Enterprise Apps World

submitted by Rebecca Harris

Enterprise Apps World, co-located with Cloud World Forum, is back by popular demand for 2015. Now in its second year, Enterprise Apps World has been developed to address the demands of the global enterprise market to fully understand and safely invest in the B2Employee and B2Customer applications market.



Jul 02

8th International Conference Automotive Doors and Components

submitted by IQPC Germany

Automotive doors are important elements of the vehicle design, carry multiple functions, require unique construction and production methods. They pose unique challenges regarding their development, production and assembly, involving specific CAE techniques, material, production and assembly processes. 2020 is approaching and OEMs and Tier 1s are eagerly looking for new technologies that could lead to weight reduction. This is the market’s biggest challenge these days alongside cost reduction


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