What are the top companies whose iOS devs are in the NYC area? How about Canary, Audible and yes, Uber. Devs from these companies will be showing off their mobile development stacks to a developer-only audience tomorrow night at Canary's offices. If you're doing anything on mobile, you should forward this to your mobile dev teams to attend. RSVP here: http://stackuptalks.com/dev
Is your marketing team acquiring customers across multiple channels? B2B lead gen? B2C app installs? Are you comparing paid vs unpaid, or do you actually know the answer as to whether those subway ads actually work? We're looking for additional presenters at a meetup for marketers to share best practices next week. Contact Marsha at email@example.com if you're interested in doing a 15 min overview of your team's marketing stack.
Congrats Tad Martin of Collective[i], Andries de Villiers of Outbrain, Evan Nanos, IT at Citidel, and Joe Masciocco at Oracle for completing the 100 mile Gran Fondo bike ride yesterday with me!
Join us for NYC Parks' TreesCount! Data Jam!
On Saturday, June 4th, we will unveil NYC’s latest urban forest dataset, the most spatially accurate map of New York City’s street trees. Join NYC Parks, TreesCount! partners, tree care volunteers, and other civic hackers to learn about your urban forest and what impact street trees have on our daily lives.
To spark and sustain public engagement, NYC Parks launched the TreesCount! campaign. To date, more than 2,300 New Yorkers have voluntreered helping complete the first comprehensive map of our city’s street trees.
Now, it’s your turn to help us transform the data, gathered thus far, into actionable insights. Whether you are new to hacking or experienced, bring your data expertise and join us for NYC’s first TreesCount! Data Jam and Workshop.
NOTE: HUI Central™ is our new name (formerly NUI Central). Enabling New Voice Experiences with Amazon Alexa. This event will be a walk-through of the latest Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) and will teach you how to build your own skills for Alexa enabled devices. You will also learn how to monitor your new skill using AWS CloudWatch and how to test your skill using AWS Lambda Unit Tests and the Alexa Voice and Service Simulators.
Livestream Public 195 Morgan Avenue - Brooklyn, NY
We are excited to host our fourth Brooklyn Sales Meetup at the Livestream Public's Studio featuring special guest Marc Jacobs, VP of Sales at Greenhouse to talk about scaling high velocity SaaS sales teams. Marc Jacobs has over 15 years of experience building and managing high performance sales teams developing creative business go-to-market strategies in high growth early, mid, and late stage venture backed startups and publicly traded companies like Thomson Reuters, Vmware and Virtustream. Marc's Sales Organization has grown from 4 to 70 in a year and half. Join us for an engaging conversation between two proven, top performing sales leaders!
The specifics of how UX practice is integrated with Agile can vary widely based on the type of company you work in. Here, we'll get two perspectives on how to be effective as a UX practitioner. Anthony Viviano will talk about how he, as an interaction designer at Bloomberg, performs discovery and design tasks in the same sprint as development, and discuss how he also staggers design tasks ahead of development, while performing research as a separate track. Dan Kalafus will talk about balancing the holistic approach of the designer with the iterative approach of Agile, and how this is a challenge for any team – but even more so in an agency environment, where clients want fixed-price contracts and guaranteed scopes. In this talk, Dan will describe some ways he's found to reconcile these needs. We hope you can join us!
iOSoho - New York City's largest iOS Engineer Meetup
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Important: Please register to attend here. Your RSVP on this events page DOES NOT admit you into the event! Implementing Full-Text Search on iOS "Search" is one of those things that our users take for granted but is surprisingly difficult to get right. In this talk we'll dig into the essential concepts in implementing a proper full-text search, highlighting the challenges such as sorting by relevancy, term and column boosting, stemming and lemmatisation, and the brutality of compound words. Along the way we'll look at implementing full-text search with an embedded search engine as well as with SQLite's FTS3 tables, making sure we don’t clog the UI thread while we’re at it. We'll also touch on integrating your data with Core Spotlight's index on iOS 9. Speaker Lasse Koskela is a principal technologist at Reaktor. Veteran VC Adam Dell will also be pitching YOU his new business… Clarity! Adam Dell is a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and academician.
The second part, intended especially for programming students and entry-level programmers, is a hands-on workshop exploring how the techniques discussed in the first part are useful in Medical Technology. Attendees solve and discuss practice problems based on real-life Medical Technology challenges. This session will be dedicated to problems in healthcare related to Methods.
Learn the truth about app marketing with Arsen Pereymer, Managing Director, Appument Ventures. He'll go over: Different types of app marketing strategies, Why do influencers drive better downloads?, Strategies to build relationships with influencers, Understanding Goals & KPIs, Retention Strategies, and Tracking Results. About the Speaker: Arsen Pereymer is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for apps. He currently runs Appument Ventures which is an app holding company that owns several high traffic app properties, and social media properties. He has published over 400 apps on the App Store. Many have been Featured by Apple, reached the Top charts and have cumulatively amassed tens of millions of downloads.
Workville 1412 Broadway 21st floor - New York, New York
Data Privacy & Cyber Security: Are You Sitting on a Landmine of Data? This timely, interactive panel and discussion is brought to you during Internet Week 2016 by Affect, a public relations firm specializing in security technology and LIFARS, a leading digital forensics and cybersecurity intelligence firm. It will feature a panel of experts from the front lines of the war on cybercrime to share their insights and advice on: Gambling with Customer and Company Data: A look at the upfront cost of security measures against the backlash of a breach. The Hacktivist Game Change: How hacktivists, ransomware, DDoS and consumer tastes have created a new level of privacy concerns. Regulation and Compliance: What companies must be doing, regardless of legal requirements, to mitigate cyber threats. The Next Wave: Preparing for the onslaught of security vulnerabilities with the proliferation of Internet of Things, Virtual Reality, Biometrics and more. Corporate Fail: How companies must communicate in the wake of a data breach to preserve organizational health, reputation and survival. Moderator: Joshua Brustein, Correspondent, Bloomberg Businessweek, Panelists include: Robert Walsh, Special Agent, Electronic Crimes Task Force -United States Secret Service, Jeremy Tillman, Director of Product Management - Ghostery, Ondrej Krehel, CEO - LIFARS, Katie Creaser, VP - Affect, David Case, Partner - K&LGates
Lifion, by ADP 135 West 18th, St 4 floor - New York, NY
Behavior change products are simultaneously compelling and incredibly difficult to build. For example, how does a product teach users a new language, or even healthy habits that will make them lose weight? Based on the works of prominent behavioral economists, we'll cover the thought process that leads a user to take action and how to foster it. We'll also learn strategies that you can apply to the product design process to help your users change their lives. Presenter from Noom: Logan Merriam, Product Designer. Logan is a product designer at Noom Inc, where he builds products that help patients of chronic disease reverse their conditions through behavior change. Prior to that he was lead designer at Kinsa Inc, tracking the spread of disease using a smartphone-based thermometer.
ThoughtWorks 99 Madison Ave., 15th Floor - New York, NY
Over 4,000 U.S. workers die on the job every year, and more than 3 million get injured. New wearable technologies are aggressively entering consumer applications (Fitbit, Skully, Apple Watch) but industrial safety equipment has not seen any fundamental innovation in the last decade. GuardHat addresses this issue with its "smart hard hat ecosystem", essentially an IoT device in a hard hat form factor. GuardHat is an industrial wearable that uses IoT and wireless communications systems to protect and empower industrial workers. By collecting and analyzing sensor-based data, GuardHat blends existing and emerging technologies to prevent safety incidents and to intervene more effectively when incidents happen. Anupam Sengupta is a co-founder and the CTO of GuardHat. Previously, Anupam served as the CIO of Severstal North America, a subsidiary of OAO Severstal, a global metals and mining company.
Note: All attendees must register on our Eventbrite link here to get past security. Rsvping on meetup alone will not get you in. At this stackup, hear lead developers share their latest dev achievements in iOS-related technologies. Speakers will discuss what makes their team unique, the dev challenges / constraints they come across, hacks and tips they're proud of, the company's long term technical strategies, unique tech choices they have made, etc. Some of our presenters include: Arun Nagarajan, Uber - Mobile app creating possibilities for riders, drivers, and cities, Ronak Patel, Audible - Platform providing spoken audio information and entertainment, Michael Klein, Canary - Smart home security system that helps make people safer and more connected to their homes. Looking forward to seeing you there!
AXA Equitable Center 787 7th Avenue - New York, NY
Our speakers this month include: • Brodsky, Founder and CEO of HyperScience (AI for the enterprise) •Louis Dimodugno, Chief Data and Analytics Officer at AXA US (global leader in insurance) •Amanda Kahlow, Founder and CEO of 6Sense (B2B predictive intelligence) •Nicolas Dessaigne, Founder and CEO of Algolia (hosted search API that delivers instant results). Special thanks to our host AXA, which is a worldwide leader in financial protection strategies and wealth management with 103 million clients, individuals and businesses, in 59 countries.
This monthly meetup covers algorithms. We'll split attendees into two main groups: Whiteboarding skills: You'll solve algorithms in small groups, breaking off into your preferred programming language and working together to find a solution. For Beginners: You'll pair with other members and practice answering easier algo questions. This group will be led by a more experienced developer who will help you out when you get stuck. Schedule: 6:30 - Arrive/Network/Food, 7:00 - Welcome from Women Who Code and Organizers, 7:05 - Welcome from Betterment Engineering, 7:15 - Meetup starts, 9:00 - Event ends after solution presentation from volunteers
Civic Hall - 2nd Floor 156 5th Avenue - New York, NY
Sometimes startup job titles can be really vague. What does it really mean to work in Business Development, Operations, Marketing, or Product? To help you understand what these roles really are, we’d like to invite you to our “day in the life” panel. This is your opportunity to hear from individuals who work in these roles at startups and understand what it really means when you hear these buzz words. Unlike our quarterly roundtables, we’ll be focusing on each role instead of each persons path from finance. *Attendance is capped to create an intimate environment. No walk-ins will be accommodated. #WStoSA Participants: Pooja Agarwal - VP, Operations @ Birchbox, Terri Rockovich - VP, Acquisition @ Casper, Ketan Bhalla - Product @ EquityZen. Moderator: Sameer Syed - Strategic Partnerships @ Google. Special thanks to our co-host and sponsor: Startupbootcamp FinTech is the leading accelerator focused on financial innovation.
Condé Nast 222 Broadway, 16th Floor - New York, NY
Defining Product Culture At TED Presented by Aaron Weyenberg, User Experience Lead at TED. What makes people work well together? What motivates them? Why do some teams stick together and others dissolve? Aaron shares what his technology team at TED is doing to find the answers. Aaron Weyenberg serves as User Experience Lead at TED, where he works with the sharp minds in TED’s Technology team to deliver engaging content to a growing community of inquisitive souls.
Monroe College King Hall 2501 Jerome Avenue - Bronx, NY
On May 20th, the Bronx Borough President and Code / Interactive are celebrating Bronx Tech Day, a collaboration that will bring together high school student "Computer Science Role Models" to inspire middle and elementary school "Future Computer Scientists." Join us for a very special after party and panel at Monroe College in the Bronx on May 20th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Want to learn programming fundamentals in a language that you can use to build websites, program robots, visualize data, run servers, and make art? In Introduction to Python you'll learn just that! Join us for this intro class designed for those who have very limited or no programming experience. During this interactive class, we'll explore the basic components of a programming language: data types, functions, conditional statements and loops. We will mix lecture and practice, and we'll work through lots of problems together. You'll leave the workshop with the knowledge, confidence and enthusiasm to continue coding. About the instructor: Amy Durcan is a very active member of the python community. Co-Organizer of Learn Python NYC and The New York Python Meetup Group, she has dedicated herself to both her own progression as a programmer along with helping beginners get the hang of python.
CoderDojo NYC is a non-profit teaching youth ages 7-17 web, game and app development. We'll be teaching: •Scratch (visual programming) •HTML & CSS (Thimble) •Circuits (littleBits). This is an orientation in the morning to volunteer for a workshop for kids in the afternoon. This is not for parents & youth.This is an orientation in the morning to volunteer for a workshop for kids in the afternoon. No previous experience necessary, laptops not required. Orientation will begin at 11:30am.
Let's gather everyone for some social events before we get into more networky and pitch-type events. The first big event 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.
IoT Central | NYC (NYC IoT: Internet of Things Meetup)
Rise 43 W 23rd St - New York, NY
Note: Please answer meetup questions as we need full names for security. This session has two key parts: The first part addresses IoT opportunities within B2B space through a panel discussion moderated by Jenny Fielding of TechStars. The second part features SigFox which provides a key service for many IoT applications -- simple to integrate, energy-efficient, economical two-way transmission of small quantities of data over long distances. Sigfox is a world leading provider of dedicated connectivity for the Internet of Things.
Space is very limited, so if you RSVP YES, PLEASE make sure you show up or if you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your RSVP at least one day in advance, so another member can attend. This will be a great opportunity for anyone attending, so we request your cooperation to make sure no seat goes unfilled. HOST: Two Sigma is a technology company that applies a rigorous, scientific method-based approach to investment management. Since its founding in 2001, Two Sigma's vision has been to develop technological innovations that intelligently analyze the world's data to consistently deliver value for their clients. Instructor: Dr. Kate Sicchio. Workshop Goal: Introduction to Arduino IDE Tentative Agenda: -Examples, Set up hardware, Overview Arduino IDE, 'Hello World', Neo pixel strandtest, Further coding
Work-Bench 110 Fifth Avenue, 5th Floor - New York, NY
PLEASE NOTE - We are using Universe for registration, so please make sure to follow the link to buy a ticket: http://entsale.co/johnturner. We are excited to have John Turner, the Senior Vice President of Sales at TriNet, join us for this special evening to talk about sales, sales leadership, and what it takes to build a resilient sales organization. In this fireside chat, we will discuss what John learned along the way to deliver high growth and repeatable sales processes, and how that can be applied to your sales organization.
THIS IS A PAID EVENT PURCHASE YOUR TICKET HERE. Joanne Wilson (Angel Investor) has had many careers. She started out in retail, eventually moving to the wholesale arena. She then transitioned to the media side of the technology world, before once again reinventing herself as an investor. She is currently an active angel investor with a portfolio of over 90 companies such as Food52, Catchafire, Vengo, Nestio, Captureproof, Makers Row, Le Tote, and Union Station. She loves to bake, cook, throw a good party, travel, read, collect art, do the crossword and stay on top of what's happening around the globe and in NYC.
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