SPEAKERS: •Dr. Powers has over 15 years experience using data to discover an organization’s needs and drive effective decision-making. Her career trajectory includes roles like entrepreneur, lead data scientist at an education start-up, medical researcher and consultant. Currently, she works as the Data Science Lead for a New York-based consulting firm where she uses data science tools to help companies’ increase profits faster. Dr. Powers Talk: The Data Science Toolbox Topics: Python & Pandas; R; SAS; Relational Databases; NoSQL Databases; Open Data Sources; Data Pipeline/Workflow. Jane Stewart Adams is a data scientist, programmer, and writer living in Brooklyn. Her complexity work has focused on emergence in complex systems, the phenomenon of relatively simple individuals interacting in relatively simple ways giving rise to complex collective behavior, for example, how ants find your picnic basket. She has several open source projects that aim to improve access to and experiences working with personal and public data. Talk: Building My First API, Topics: HTTP, Beautiful Soup, requests, Flask, SQLAlchemy, PostgreSQL, and Heroku
Daniel Lobato García and Ivan Necas -on--Foreman latest updates: Puppet 4, remote execution and discovery. There is always something happening in the Foreman project and we would like to share with you some recent changes and features that you might be interested in.First of all, long-awaited feature of Foreman is now here: Puppet 4 support was requested more than a year ago and now it should be fully compatible with Foreman. We will also go though some features that can be added to Foreman through plugins: remote execution as orthogonal tool to the standard config management tools and discovery for metal as as service capabilities. If you are not familiar with Foreman so far don’t worry: we will do a brief introduction to what Foreman is and how to proactively manage your infrastructure with it.
IoT Central | NYC (NYC IoT: Internet of Things Meetup)
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Ride-along: LiveWorx IoT Conference June 7 - 9 (Boston) 20% off tix to LiveWorx with code: MEETUP16 Register here: www.liveworx.com. About LiveWorx: From June 7-9 at the BCEC in Boston, you'll hear from industry leaders, interact with groundbreaking technology, and transform your business with new IoT possibilities. You won't just talk about the future of the IoT, you'll experience real breakthrough technology now with up close, hands-on access. Featured keynote speakers include leading manufacturers, industry luminaries, and buzzworthy headliners like Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter, iRobot founder Colin Angle, Yahoo Tech founder David Pogue, PTC president and CEO James Heppelmann, Adam Savage & Jamie Hyneman of MythBusters, actor and founder of HITRECORD Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and more.
WeWork Chelsea 115 West 18th Street - New York, NY
Our speakers this month include: •Brad Allen, Executive Chairman of NextVR (broadcast quality live and on-demand virtual reality) •Martin Broen, VP of Global Product Design at PepsiMartin •Chris Allen, Founder and CEO of iDevices (connected home products) •Josh Clark, Founder of Big Medium (design strategy and user experience for a mobile, multiscreen world). Josh will talk about "designing for touch". •Spotlight Presentation: David Belt and Scott Cohen, Co-Founders of New Lab (interdisciplinary space that supports advances in hardware).
Let's face it, most demos just aren't that good and usually that is because of everything that happens BEFORE the demo even starts. As SDR's, we are tasked with the monumental challenge of ensuring that demos get scheduled, that expectations are aligned, and that reps and prospects feel that the demo was a valuable and useful experience. Would you like to learn the recipe for demo success so you not only qualify more effectively but create wins for your reps and prospects? Our speakers, Juliana Crispo, Taj Desai and moderator Meg Hewitt will share what they have learned about the perfect demo hand off and how to demo to win more deals!
777 Theater, 2nd Floor via elevator (no-entry via stairs) 777 8th Ave - New York, NY
In this session, you will learn how to use Scylla, the new open-source NoSQL database that succeeds Cassandra. Scylla applies new systems programming techniques to a horizontally scalable NoSQL column-store design that results in extreme performance improvements; capable of 1 million requests per second per node, with < 1msec P99 latency. Scylla also provides drop-in replacement compatibility with Apache Cassandra, as well as inheriting its scaling properties. The Scylla design is based on a modern shared-nothing approach that eliminates the performance bottlenecks of existing NoSQL servers by running multiple engines, one per core, each with its own memory, CPU and multi-queue NIC. To simplify its manageability, Scylla automatically tunes ram, cache and admin tasks such as repair compaction, providing consistently predictable latency. Avi Kivity, Chief Technical Officer, ScyllaDB, is most-widely known for being the founder of the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) project, the hypervisor underlying many production clouds.
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 three batches. If tickets aren't available, they will be available at the next release on Tuesday, May 31 at 1pm. 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.
On June 8th, we welcome technology leader, inventor, startup founder, Angel Investor, Science Fiction and Futurist Author Ramez Naam. One of our most accomplished speakers visiting NYC from his Seattle home-base. Topics covered include: -What all exponential technologies have in common. -The phases of disruption of exponential tech: Digitization, Dematerialization, Demonitization, and Democratization -How Digitization transforms scarcity to abundance for consumers –and disrupts producers -Success and failure stories, from Kodak to AirBnB, Uber, Tesla, and more. -How Corporate Immune Systems suppress disruptive ideas in large organizations. -The principles of Exponential Organizations: I.D.E.A.S. and S.C.A.L.E. -How successful businesses have used these principles to thrive. -How to nurture Exponential Organization concepts at the edges of your business.
Every once in a while, a teacher runs across a digital gem. It's that tool that finally increases homework submission, gets students engaged in group work, or allows students to finally make gains in reading and math. Join us on June 8th to hear teachers talk about the tool that took their classroom to the next level, and have the chance to share the digital widget that has made your life so much better. We'll even give you a chance to try it out! Learn about the best of teacher tested, teacher approved and what makes those tools so instrumental in student success. We're looking for teachers to share stories about the app, website or gadget that rocked your world. Fill in this form to submit your story!
Pivotal Labs 625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
Modern graphics and charting tools create a powerful way to discover relationships in data and to forcefully show findings. This power, however, gives you the opportunity to mislead others and even yourself. Elliot Noma will show you some tried and true methods to identify nefarious charts, along with modern variations that take advantage of interactive packages. Elliot Noma is the Managing Director at Garrett Asset Management, a systematic technical trader.
Chrome’s Developer Tools (or Dev Tools for short) are invaluable, yet often underutilized, resources for web developers of all skill levels. Learning how to master them will ramp up your skill set and help you become a better developer in a number of ways -- you’ll become familiar with how the browser renders DOM elements, you’ll figure how to uncover inefficiencies in your code, and you’ll speed up your debugging process so that you can quickly find what’s wrong when your code isn’t working as expected. This workshop will start with the basics and move through to advanced features so that students leave with an understanding of how and why they’d want to use each panel in DevTools. About your instructor Mae Capozzi: After graduating with an English major, Mae decided to learn to code. She strives to write clean, maintainable code and secretly loves fixing merge conflicts. When she's not coding, she's writing or playing music.
This workshop will first provide a high level overview of basic intellectual property law concepts. This knowledge is useful for anyone developing a start-up, launching a new digital application, or just interested in intellectual property laws as it applies to new digital products. The presenters will present a case study to illustrate specific copyright, patent and trademark concepts and provide practical guidance on how to address legal issues in developing the site/app, including overcoming obstacles related to monetization, content accumulation, development and distribution, collection of personal information from users, licensing and brand protection. The panel will then discuss three common agreements developers are likely to encounter: •consulting agreements, •non-disclosure or confidentiality agreements and •license agreements. A Q&A session will follow the presentation.
Come and join us for the next live stream event of The Product Mentor! Sit back and listen or join with your own questions. The Product Mentor @ 10AM ET. The Future of Product Management with Ladislav Bartos. @ 2PM ET Design Sprints with Nis Frome. @ 4PM ET Introducing Continuous Discovery in an Agile World with Radhika Nayak. @ 6PM ET Managing Mixed Role Teams and Delivering an Awesome Product with Alex Berman. RSVP to attend AND THEN at the start of this event visit http://TheProductMentor.com/live to join in!
AXA Equitable Center 787 7th Avenue - New York, NY
Our speakers this month include: •Nitay Joffe, Founder and CTO of ActionIQ (next-generation data platform for marketing and consumer data) •Adam Kanouse, CTO of Narrative Science (transforms data into meaningful and insightful narratives) •Neha Narkhede, Founder and CTO of Confluent (real-time data platform built around Apache Kafka) •Christopher Nguyen, Founder and CEO of Arimo (data intelligence platform)
Do you hear everyone talking about Flexbox but have yet to dive in yourself? Flexbox, or Flexible Box Model, is a set of CSS3 properties for creating a flexible layout. By allowing a set of elements to behave predictably when accommodating various screen sizes and devices, Flexbox solves many of the layout issues developers have been struggling with for years! The days of hacks like floats and positioning are numbered as Flexbox allows us to achieve layouts simply and with cleaner code. With support in all modern browsers / IE10+ and just a few tools and strategies for older browsers, it is possible to start using Flexbox today. We will cover: •Flexbox syntax and how it requires us to think about layout in new ways •Flexbox properties and how they work •How Flexbox distributes space and and behaves for flexibility in layouts •How to decide if it makes sense to use Flexbox in your current project. To get the most out of this class, you should have a working knowledge of basic HTML & CSS.
This workshop will provide an introduction to testing. It is designed for students who know basic Java. To follow along, students should be able to write classes and methods, create new objects, call methods on objects, and use basic data structures (arrays, lists). Please bring a laptop with Eclipse IDE installed: https://eclipse.org/https://eclipse.org/
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Civic Hall 156 5th Avenue, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
Join City agencies 311 and DoITT for the launch of a new 311 dataset. The 311 Call Center Inquiry dataset contains information on all agent-handled calls to the City’s 311 information line, including date, time and topic. This lunch and learn will consist of a 30-minute presentation about the dataset and 30 minutes of discussion/Q&A. This event is free and open to the public. Bring your own lunch or place an order through us! We will have sandwich and salad options available for purchase from Panera Bread. Information will be send out a week before the event.
Stack Overflow 110 William Street 28th Floor - New York, NY
This 2 part Intro to User Experience course runs Tuesday, June 14th AND Thursday, June 16th. The class time will be from 7-9:30pm each evening. At its core, User Experience (UX) is defined as how someone feels about in the process of using a product, system, or service. Regardless of what we’re designing--a website, an Android app, or a tangible product --we all strive to make our designs useful. But how exactly do we make something translates our intention and purpose? How do we know if the target audience is having a good or bad experience? This class will arm you with the essential tips to find those answers. This class is for anyone who makes (or wants to learn how to make) websites, mobile apps, or other software. If you’re a developer, a designer, a project manager, a content creator, or something else, you can integrate UX research and design into your practice.
Civic Hall - 2nd Floor 156 5th Avenue - New York, NY
Amir Chaudhry on Unikernels - What Are They Good For? This talk will present a brief overview of current methods of computing as well as the basics of unikernels. We'll then work through an example that demonstrates the benefits of using libraries this way, going from local development through to considering deployment. Such approaches will be important for things like IoT software development and distributed systems. There will be plenty of time for questions!
Microsoft Offices 11 Times Square - corner of 8th and 41st - New York, NY
Join Jeffrey Richter and Boris Scholl to learn how to build Microservices based apps on Azure. Come learn, eat and score some swag ( who doesn't love swag )??Azure is an open platform that allows you to run any type of applications ranging from simple IaaS workloads on Windows or Linux over containerized applications on Azure container service all the way to microservices based applications using Service Fabric. In this meetup engineers of Azure Compute team will demo and discuss the various options to build microservices based applications on Azure with an emphasis on Azure Container Service and Azure Service Fabric.
Grace Hopper Academy 5 Hanover Square, 11th Floor - New York, NY
DESCRIPTION: This monthly meetup covers algorithms. We'll split attendees into two main groups: Whiteboarding skills: You'll solve algorithms in small groups, break off into your preferred programming language and work together to find a solution. Problems are provided and vary in difficulty, check out out Github repo for examples of past problems. 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 Grace Hopper Academy, 7:15 Meetup starts, 9:00 Event ends after optional solution presentation from volunteers
Spotify 45 W 18th St, 7th floor, New York, NY - New York, NY
We have an exciting meetup this month! We're fortunate to have talks from Google and Spotify engineers on the Google Cloud Platform (including Dataflow/Beam) and practical ways you can take advantage of its power now. Talk 1 - Scio, a new Scala API for Google Cloud Dataflow. Neville Li, Spotify. About the talk: Learn about 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. Neville 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. Talk 2 - Google engineer on Google Cloud Platform (TBD)
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