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This Week in the NYC Innovation Community - May 2nd, 2016

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Monday, May 2

06:30PM - Digital Marketing Workshop

GA

Jim Huffman
10 East 21st Street, 3rd Floor - New York, NY

Learn about different marketing opportunities and which are best for your business. Plus, you'll walk away with 2-3 immediately actionable ideas.

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07:00PM - Intro to Programming with Ruby (Beginner Level)

Girl Develop It NYC

Refinery29
225 Broadway, 25th Floor - New York, NY

Want to learn to code? Want to learn one language that you can use to build web apps and iPhone apps, do system administration, and security? Why not start with Ruby? This course is a great place to start if you want to learn basic programming concepts and a new language. This class is great for beginners - no previous coding experience required. We will guide you through the basics of programming and learn Ruby along the way. The course will help you think like a programmer, give you some readily-applicable skills, and answer any questions you may have. We'll use the Interactive RuBy shell; write command line programs that use loops, conditionals, methods, and classes; and learn the basics of object oriented programming. We'll mix lecture and practice, and help guide you through the coursework.

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07:00PM - Model Oil Futures Using Sentiment Analysis

New York Big Data Workshop

Rise NYC
43 West 23rd street, 2nd Floor - New York, NY

Traditionally, commodities futures models incorporate metrics like inventory numbers, supply demand numbers. While supply chain disruptions, outages and other significant events play a crucial role in the spot and futures prices, however modeling them is not trivial. About the event: In this talk Sameena Shah from Thomson Reuters will talk about how her team captured significant events from news and modeled their impact on oil futures returns. About the speaker: Dr. Sameena Shah leads Thomson Reuters R&D's work in finding alpha from underexploited data sources. Sameena has been leveraging big data analytics for finding predictive signals from textual information in corporate filings, news, social media, company hierarchy analysis etc.

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Tuesday, May 3

06:00PM - Bringing Your E-Commerce Product Idea to Concept

GA

Chad Rubin
10 East 21st Street, 4th Floor - New York, NY

Launching an e-commerce company is no easy feat. Learn the steps it takes to successfully get your business off the ground.

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06:30PM - Continuous Delivery Using Apprenda in the Enterprise

Continuous Delivery : NYC

Yodle
330 West 34th Street, 18th Floor - New York, NY

Chris Dutra, Senior Integration Engineer at Apprenda, will be showing a demo of an integration between the Apprenda Platform as a Service (PaaS) and IBM’s UrbanCode continuous delivery solution. This demo will show how Apprenda uses continuous delivery tools (UrbanCode) to deploy front-end Node.js components to Kubernetes, the open-source orchestration system for Docker containers, and traditional application EAR files and SQL Server components to Apprenda. Chris will also answer any questions about the challenges of continuous delivery in the enterprise, how continuous delivery can enable multiple siloed development teams across an organization, and how PaaS alleviates some of the biggest issues with the management of existing enterprise applications. BIO: Chris Dutra is Apprenda's Senior Integration Engineer.

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06:30PM - Java 8, lambdas, generics: How to survive?

The New York City Java Meetup Group

eBay
625 6th Avenue, New York, NY - New York, NY

Lambdas are sexy. But they are adding complexity. Mixed with generics, it creates a dangerous cocktail. Together, we will start from the bottom of generics and go straight through lambda inference. To explain why it is the way it is and tell you how to survive. Our presenter, Henri Tremblay, is Java Champion and lead developer for EasyMock and Objenesis. He loves optimization and productivity. In Java and in general. He tries to be useful. Thanks to our host, eBay, for light food and refreshments.

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06:30PM - How To Update Your RDBMS-Data Into A Modern SQL + NoSQL Environment

SQL NYC, The NoSQL & NewSQL Database Meetup

ThoughtWorks
99 Madison Ave., 15th Floor - New York, NY

In this presentation, we will walk through a music database with over 100 tables in the schema and show how to convert that model over for use with a NoSQL database. You will learn how to handle creating, updating and deleting records, using column families for different types of data (and why). You will also learn how to leverage Apache Drill's ANSI-SQL capabilities on the NoSQL database to use the exact same data without moving or transforming it to perform analytics. James A. Scott (who prefers to go by Jim) is Director of Enterprise Strategy & Architecture at MapR Technologies and is very active in the Hadoop community. Jim helped build the Hadoop community in Chicago as cofounder of the Chicago Hadoop Users Group. He has implemented Hadoop at three different companies, supporting a variety of enterprise use cases from managing Points of Interest for mapping applications, to Online Transactional Processing in advertising, as well as full data center monitoring and general data processing.

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07:00PM - May 2016 NY Tech Meetup and Afterparty

NY Tech Meetup

NYU Skirball Center For The Performing Arts
566 Laguardia Place Copy Paste Into Google this 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square South, NYC - New York, NY

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 2 batches. If tickets aren't available, they will be available at the next release. The 2 ticket releases for this Meetup are: April 12 and April 25 at 1 p.m. Please note: In order to help accommodate the high demand for seats, if you've purchased a ticket, your seat will be held until 7:20 p.m. the night of the event. After that, we will consider you a no show, and may release your seat to someone waiting to get in.

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Wednesday, May 4

08:30AM - Like This: Creating Marketing Campaigns with Instagram, Pinterest, Vine, and Snapchat

GA

Noa Gafni
10 East 21st Street, 3rd Floor - New York, NY

Dive deep into Instagram, Pinterest, Vine, and Snapchat to understand their content/audience and develop your own platform-specific marketing campaign.

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06:00PM - Community Management Workshop

GA

Kanwal Jehan
10 East 21st Street, 4th Floor - New York, NY

Discover the different benefits that building and managing a community can bring to your company.

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06:30PM - #HIREWWCode - Speed Networking: Employer + Developers @ BuzzFeed

Women Who Code NYC

BuzzFeed
111 East 18th Street - New York, NY

Join Women Who Code NYC for a speed networking event at BuzzFeed. 10 to 15 companies will be matched with Female developers around the room for 5 minutes according to their interest and level of expertise. Come share what you've learned and built, and make new friends!

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06:30PM - The Business of Peer-to-Peer Food

Food+Tech Meetup

LMHQ
150 Broadway, 20th Floor - Manhattan, NY

Come hear how a few innovative startups are tackling the food sharing economy and network with the community at our May Food+Tech Meetup. Presenters will do a deep dive into their business models, challenges and lessons learned. We'll have sustainable fish sausages from Prawn Shop, Matcha from MetaMatcha, coffee from Bottlista, beer and more snacks. CONFIRMED PRESENTERS: Nick Devane, Co-founder of Homemade, Manal Kahi, Co-founder and CEO of Eat Offbeat, Noah Karesh, Co-Founder and CEO of Feastly.

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07:00PM - May the 4th be QueensJS

QueensJS

Raven's Head Public House
38-04 Broadway - Astoria, NY

A long long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, QueensJS hosted their 22nd meetup on Wednesday, May 4th, at their usual haunt, Raven’s Head Pub in Astoria on 38th & Broadway, just around the corner from the Steinway MR stop and 7 short streets over from the Broadway NQ stop. Your Jedi masters for the evening are: •Anne DeCusatis (@precisememory) activates the holocron of "More Than Binary: Inclusive Gender Collection and You" •Chadtech (@TheRealChadtech) takes us bacta basics with "CtPaint: a clone of MSPaint in the browser •Willman Duffy (@willmanduffy) is yavin none of our funny title ideas in "Mountain Dew: Code Review". QueensJS expects all speakers and attendees to follow the JSConf code of conduct.

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Thursday, May 5

08:30AM - The Modern Resume: How to Stand Out in Today's Job Market

GA

Kaeley Stipicevic
10 East 21st Street, 3rd Floor - New York, NY

Learn how content and format can set yourself apart in today's ever-changing job market.

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07:00PM - The Product Group May 2016

The Product Group


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Share, learn and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Some topics to expect: How To Be An Effective Product Leader and more. Featured Product: Project Expedition. From Jeremy Clement of Project Expedition: "I am a co-founder of Project Expedition (projectexpedition.com), a tours and activities marketplace that empowers travelers with access to the best things to do in adventure destinations. We have more bookable tours in Central America than any other site and we are rapidly expanding globally. Our goal is to help you create your adventure!" Note: Please make sure your meetup.com information is up-to-date (incl. First & Last names). You will need to show ID matching the name you used to RSVP. Hope to see you there!

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Friday, May 6

10:00AM - SQL Bootcamp

GA

Max Cantor
10 East 21st Street - New York City, NY

This bootcamp will take absolute beginners through the basics of SQL to an ability to write queries with confidence.

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10:00AM - Google Analytics Bootcamp

GA

Damaris Lasa
10 East 21st Street, 4th Floor - New York, NY

Learn how to use your Google Analytics to get real insights into your website’s visitors, their behavior and any patterns and trends.

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10:00AM - NYC Uncubed: Tech Talks & Hiring Startups feat. BuzzFeed, Vimeo, Jet.com, & More

Tech in Motion: New York City

Metropolitan Pavilian
125 West 18th Street - New York, NY

NYC Uncubed: One day, one place, and thousands of open jobs. The city's most dynamic tech conference and recruiting event returns on Friday, May 6th. Meet the teams behind 80+ hiring companies including BuzzFeed, Jet.com, Behance - Adobe, SeatGeek, Vimeo, Trustpilot, Harry's, NewsCred, & more - hiring for everything from internships to exec level opportunities. Learn from their leaders. Founders, VPs, CTOs, Lead Designers, and beyond will give you a behind-the-scenes look into the challenges they're facing and how they're working to solve them + the digital skills you'll need to join their teams. Speak one-on-one with Founders & C-level execs in our Executive Lounge. *Tech in Motion members save $5 w/ code TIM | Reserve your spot here: nyc.uncubed.com. FYI: Prices DOUBLE on Wednesday, March 30th.

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Saturday, May 7

10:00AM - Storytelling for Business People Bootcamp

GA

Andrew Linderman
10 East 21st Street, 4th Floor - New York, NY

In this class, students will learn to use stories and storytelling techniques to transform how they communicate.

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11:30AM - brunchwork+ w/ Flatiron Health & Bounce Exchange



WeWork FiDi
85 Broad Str Fl 28 - New York, NY

Learn from leaders of two of NYC's fastest growing companies (Flatiron Health & Bounce Exchange) & meet their Recruiters -- all over delicious brunch & mimosas! *Fireside chat with leaders of Flatiron Health & Bounce Exchange (including Bounce Exchange founder/CEO Ryan Urban!) in an intimate setting *Gain insights into the hiring process *Impress the teams / Recruiters during the interactive group challenge *Learn what it takes to build a successful business & how to succeed at a top company *Meet other young people hungry for the next opportunity. See you at brunch! To learn more, explore www.brunchwork.com.

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12:00PM - Tech & Hospitality Picnic - Pétanque, Frisbee, Fun!

Brooklyn Tech & Startup Meetup


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As the new organizer for this group I thought I'd gather everyone for some social events before we get into more networky and pitch-type events. The first will be a picnic in McCarren Park. We just ask that you bring some type of food or beverage to share with your fellow tech/startup folks... and friends!! We will meet at the Bocce courts which we will use for the game of Pétanque. You'll see the courts in the bottom left of the picture below, corner of Union Ave and Bayard Street. I'll also bring some ultimate discs.

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Sunday, May 8

10:00AM - User Experience Design Bootcamp

GA

Kole Hainz
10 East 21st Street, 3rd Floor - New York, NY

Immerse yourself in a full day of user experience design fundamentals and walk away with an actual mobile prototype.

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12:00PM - Building Javascript Apps with API Data

GA

Taqqui Karim
10 East 21st Street, 3rd Floor - New York, NY

Learn how to leverage free APIs such as the flickr API and the google maps APIs to build data-rich javascript applications.

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Monday, May 9

06:15PM - Monthly Meetup

CTO School


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Note: We will start at 6:30 exactly. As always, a group of us will hang out afterwards at a bar nearby. We like to hang out at Rye, which is at 11 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011, between Avenue of Americas and 5th. They have both drinks and food.

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06:30PM - Sales Bootcamp: The Art of the Pitch

GA

Keith Cutler
10 East 21st Street, 3rd Floor - New York, NY

Learn how to most effectively sell both your product and yourself.

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Tuesday, May 10

05:45PM - Design Driven NYC #17 (a FirstMark Event)

Design Driven NYC (a FirstMark Event)

WeWork Chelsea
115 West 18th Street - New York, NY

At this month's Design Driven NYC, we're thrilled to welcome: •Billy Seabrook, Global Head of Design at Citi •Abigail Gray, VP of Design at LearnVest •Jaime Strollo, Lead Product Designer at Betterment •Michael Surtees, Head of Design at Dataminr. Design Driven is the largest design community in NYC. Each month, we host an event with talks from top-tier creative leaders from emerging and established companies. The event is organized by FirstMark, an early-stage venture capital firm.

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06:30PM - Scio a Scala API for Google Cloud Dataflow (Apache Beam)

ny-scala

Spotify
45 W 18th St, 7th floor - New York, NY

Neville Li from Spotify will be presenting Scio, a Scala API for Google Cloud Dataflow (incubated as Apache Beam). Apache Beam offers a simple, unified programming model for both batch and streaming data processing while Scio brings it much closer to the high level API many data engineers are familiar with, e.g. Spark and Scalding. We will cover design and implementation of the framework, including features like type safe BigQuery macros, REPL, and serialization. There will also be some live coding demo. Bio: Neville is a software engineer at Spotify who works mainly on data infrastructure and tools for machine learning and advanced analytics. In the past few years he has been driving the adoption of Scala and new data tools for music recommendation, including Scalding, Spark, Storm and Parquet. Before that he worked on search quality at Yahoo! and old school distributed systems like MPI.Bio

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06:30PM - Easy Time Series Analysis with Riak TS, Python, Pandas & Jupyter

SQL NYC, The NoSQL & NewSQL Database Meetup

ThoughtWorks
99 Madison Ave., 15th Floor - New York, NY

In this session we will introduce you to the newly open-sourced Riak TS (Time Series) database and show you how to get started and how to analyze time series data with Python, Pandas and Jupyter. We will explain how RiakTS has been designed specifically for handling vast amounts of time series data, and will also show you how to utilize Python for time series data analysis. During the demonstration phase we will use Jupyter to write and execute Python code that: •Creates a table in Riak TS •Populates the table with data •Queries the data that we added •Uses Pandas to visualize the results of our queries. Craig Vitter, Solutions Architect, Basho. Craig has been designing and building data driven applications for more than twenty years. At Basho, Craig works with customers looking to architect and build applications on top of Riak KV or Riak TS.

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06:30PM - Bootstrapping PR for Start-Ups & Entrepreneurs

GA

Jen Glantz
10 East 21st Street, 4th Floor - New York, NY

This class empowers you with the knowledge, tips, & tricks to catch the media's attention, and show the world what your business is capable of.

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07:00PM - Crowdsourcing and Protocol Buffers

NYC.rb

Pivotal Labs
625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY

Faster than JSON with Paul Fielek. JSON has become a great one-size-fits-all solution for sending information between applications, but what can you do when JSON becomes too cumbersome for your project? This talk will cover MessagePack, Protocol Buffers, and FlatBuffers. I will focus on the advantages and disadvantages of each serialization format, and how they can help optimize your applications' communication. Human Powered Ruby with Andrew Glass.

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Wednesday, May 11

05:45PM - Hardwired NYC #29 (a FirstMark Event)

Hardwired NYC (a FirstMark Event)

WeWork Chelsea
115 West 18th Street - New York, NY

Our speakers this month include: •Adam Jonas, Head of Global Auto Research Team, Morgan Stanley (Adam will discuss the autonomous vehicle market) •Dan Burton, Founder and CEO of DroneBase (drone marketplace) •Avidan Ross, Founder of Root/Ventures (early-stage hardware VC firm) •Jonathan Frankel, Founder and CEO of Nucleus (smart home intercom)

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06:30PM - Understanding UX and Hacking Perceived Performance

New York Web Performance Group

Spotify
45 W 18th St, 7th floor - New York, NY

We all care about making pages faster, but *why* do we care? And how fast is fast enough? Tammy Everts will be sharing findings — from user surveys, eye tracking studies, and neuroscientific research — that answer these questions. She’ll also share some useful tips for creating the illusion of faster pages. Some of the questions Tammy will explore during this session: •Why do we, as internet users, crave fast online experiences? •There are a ton of performance metrics, but which one(s) are the best for measuring perceived UX? •Are users more sensitive to performance issues in some contexts than in others? What are those contexts? •What are some tricks you can use to make pages *appear* to render faster? Tammy Everts (@tameverts) from SOASTA. As a senior researcher and evangelist at SOASTA, Tammy Everts studies the technical, business, and human sides of web/application performance and shares her findings via countless blog posts, presentations, case studies, articles, and reports. She runs the popular industry blog the Performance Beacon, and she co-curates WPOstats.com.

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06:30PM - A Practical Introduction to Mobile User Experience

GA

Diego Fernando Pulido Ramirez
10 East 21st Street, 4th Floor - New York, NY

Learn how to create a great mobile user experience through best practices, tools and techniques.

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06:45PM - Designing Tools: Bringing Data to Life in Interactive Experiences

UX + Data

Pivotal Labs
625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY

As designers, we find ourselves working with increasingly new technologies and data sources — Virtual Reality, quantified-self, RFID, internet of things, interactive architecture, and more. Technological trends change so rapidly: how can we use them in meaningful ways, in enduring ways? This is the challenge taken on by Local Projects, an experience design firm for museums and public spaces. Their work invites visitors to browse an entire art museum with just a facial expression, explore the invisible conversations taking place between smart home devices, become a designer with a digitally-augmented pen, and explore biometric data captured during a museum visit. John will illustrate the core principles that guide the firm's work as he walks us through their most innovative projects. John Ryan is the Direction of Interaction Design at Local Projects, an experience design and strategy firm for museums, brands and public spaces.

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07:00PM - React.rb -- An Interactive Development Session

NYC Ruby Roundtable


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Mitch VanDuyn will lead a live / interactive development session where we will together use React.rb to build a Todo App, and cover using the Rails React generator, Test driven development, and pretty much everything you need to start integrating React with Rails apps. Bring your computer and code along! Food starts at 6:30pm, and the session starts at 7pm.

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Thursday, May 12

06:30PM - Storytelling Skills: Wow Your Crowd

GA

Jen Glantz
10 East 21st Street, 4th Floor - New York, NY

Learn the art of storytelling and refine your public speaking skills. Convey your message with concrete ideas and story structure.

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07:00PM - "Engineering Teams and Systems for Velocity": Jean Barmash

NYC Lean/Kanban

Spotify
45 W 18th St, 7th floor - New York, NY

In this interactive workshop we will examine what techniques and processes improve or retard velocity, and your role as a leader in shaping these. We will examine technical, process and people issues, and take a look at how these affect individuals, teams, and whole organizations. You will come away with a number of actionable ide
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