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ScriptEd is an NYC-based nonprofit that engages professional developers on a volunteer basis to teach web development to underserved high school students throughout NYC.
Volunteers teach twice a week for the school year (approximately late September through late May). Each volunteer is part of a four-person team, and is supported by one of ScriptEd’s staff members. To learn more, click here.
Fill out a volunteer application here and a ScriptEd staff member will be in touch. Volunteering is a great way to meet like-minded people while helping youth access careers in tech. We’d love for you to join us!
Do you play hockey? Free on Sunday afternoons? My street hockey team (we play on sneakers), is short a person or two so we're looking for some skilled hockey players to join us on the Lower East Side on Sunday afternoons.
No a-holes, pls. :) It's a nice, friendly game.
Reboot Workshop: One-day workshop to reboot your career
Reboot Workshop is a hybrid event with talks and an unconference. The event starts with a group of short-format ignite talks followed by community proposed topics. Sessions are led by participants as well as speakers. Come with questions, knowledge, and an appetite to teach and learn. Lunch will be provided. Unconferences are a format where the audiences chooses the topics for the event. We’ve hand picked a small group of thought leaders in fields such as art, technology, and entrepreneurship. This is a one of a kind opportunity to pick the brains of professionals working in these diverse fields and add your two cents to the dialogue. As an audience member you can suggest topics for breakout sessions and you vote on which topics are covered.
To help us explore how media brands are approaching the world of podcasts, we’ll welcome Inc. Executive Editor Jon Fine, Forbes Staff Writer Clare O’Connor, and Re/code Senior Editor Kafka to the stage.
Alpha (aka Alpha UX) 584 Broadway, Suite 510, New York, NY - New York, NY
Join us for a special screening of the documentary “DESIGN DISRUPTORS” produced by InVision. https://vimeo.com/140875675. "The film provides an exclusive look into the processes, perspectives, and approaches of the product design and user experience (UX) leaders at the world’s foremost technology companies, including Airbnb, Coursera, Etsy, Eventbrite, Evernote, Google Ventures, HubSpot, MailChimp, Netflix, Pinterest, Salesforce, Spotify, Twitter, Xero, Zendesk, and more." For more information, please visit: http://www.designdisruptors.com/
The purpose of this talk is to give a brief tutorial of Python and Go while also comparing their different approaches to solving similar problems. We will cover the following going through the following programs: -Hello World, Hello Function, Hello Friend, Hello Human Being, Hello Friends (JSON edition), Hello Resources. Speaker bio: My name is Marcus Willock, and I am person that dedicates themselves to learning. I gain pleasure from being a little bit smarter than I was yesterday. For a long while, my largest monthly expense was the purchasing of books. Later in life I learned that owning a ton of books while moving sucks! Since then, those books have either been replaced by digital copies or thrown out.
The BD Meetup is on a roll! Join us for a conversation with Casper's Jonathan Truppman, VP of Business Development. We've all seen the subway ads, now come learn more about how Casper grew to over $100M in just two years and what BD looks like at this rocketship consumer brand company. BD Meetup events are open to anyone who works on business development or partnerships, or is interested in learning more about these types of roles within the tech space. This could be actual BD folks, founders, CEOs, VCs, etc. The purpose of this Meetup is to get together, network, exchange ideas, and help each other overcome roadblocks or issues. All are welcome to RSVP and attend, so please feel free to invite anyone else who may be interested along!
NYC Innovation Showcase - Canadian SaaS Startups - presented by Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of NY, L-SPARK, Withum, the McGill Alumni Association of NY and the Canadian Consulate General! The theme of the event focuses on Canadian Software-as-a-Service companies, there will be five startups showcasing their companies and products. Presenting Companies include Buildmetric, Cliniconex, Member365, Optimity, and Qarrot Performance.
IoT Central | NYC (NYC IoT: Internet of Things Meetup)
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Columbia University's Department of Electrical Engineering has initiated a unique Internet of Things (IoT) graduate level course which trains students in the theory and practice for creating real world IoT implementations. At this event, we will hear from Professor Zoran Kostic and Adjunct Assistant Professor Michael Wang. In addition, we will hear from each of the teams in the course who have developed IoT solutions and see their demos. Dominique Guinard is the CTO and co-founder of EVRYTHNG (http://evrythng.com), a large-scale Web of Things cloud platform making billions of products smart by connecting them the Web.
We're getting ready for the first release candidate for MongoDB 3.4. Meet with the MongoDB engineers to get involved in testing the upcoming release. Part 1: Learn how to test: Presentation from Ramon Fernandez-Marina, Director, Build & Release Engineering at MongoDBTopics include: *Using mlaunch to quickly stand up MongoDB deployments* Using mgenerate to create test data* Finding & filing bugs in JIRA* How to use resmoke.py (Server’s testing framework) Part 2: Bug hunting together: Enjoy refreshments and hunt bugs together! Join MongoDB community members and engineers as we test the latest version of MongoDB. This will be a hands-on session so come ready to code.
XO Group 195 Broadway 25th Floor, Western Union Telegraph Building - New York, NY
In a recent publication by the National Center for Women & Information Technology, it was found that gender diversity at top management levels improves companies’ financial performance - yet the numbers show that we're far behind in hitting goals of balancing leadership roles. Join a panel of leaders from design, tech and higher education for presentations and a town hall discussion to develop goals and practices to move toward leadership equality.
Knotel 1 State Street Plaza, 25th floor - New York, NY
Starta Accelerator is happy to host #NewtoNYC night to welcome new startups to New York community, meet successful international entrepreneurs, great investors and community influencers. Agenda: 6 pm - Doors open: food & drinks, 6.45 pm to 7.15pm - Panel discussion #NewtoNYC. Tips & hacks from community influencers: John Ason, Angel Investor, Adam Singolda, founder and CEO Taboola, Chris Brown, GM NYU Data Future Lab, 7.20 pm to 7.40pm - Pitch Contest (2min each), 7.40 pm - Networking & VR experience. Pitching Startups: E-contenta, Revealytics Instant, KidBee, Cardiomo, InSense, Aerostate, BNesis, FriendlyData, SendPulse, The Journey. Please join us for a #NewtoNYC party to meet awesome startups from all over the world and welcome them to our local VC and startup community!
Work Market 240 W 37th St, 9th Floor - New York, NY
In this presentation, Brian will explain the operational techniques used to scale AppNexus, the NY-based ad-tech cloud platform that has the 2nd-widest reach on the open web (Google is first.) The focus of this session will be on the core component of the AppNexus infrastructure, "Cookie Monster", the server-side cookie database. Brian Bulkowski, CTO & Co-Founder, Aerospike, has a background of 25 years in the Silicon Valley as a team leader, architect, and senior manager entirely in the area of large-scale server infrastructures (commodity routers at Novell, video servers at Starlight Networks, large-scale broadband at Liberate, and distributed computation at Aggregate Knowledge). Brian founded Aerospike after learning first hand, the scaling limitations of sharded MySQL systems at Aggregate Knowledge.
Wythe Hotel 80 Wythe Ave - Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Future Food Expo is a showcase and celebration of what's next in food. It is a part of Brooklyn's Taste Talks Food and Drink Festival! As America’s hottest test kitchen, Brooklyn has become an international epicenter of the food movement. This event, the only one of its kind, is an exhibition that showcases the future of food products, companies, media and innovators from right here in Brooklyn and around the world! WHO EXHIBITS AT FUTURE FOOD EXPO? Innovative food producers and makers, Food tech and startup companies, Food media companies, Established innovative brands, Food nonprofits and organizations, B2B companies that service this community. Taste Talks brings together thought leaders and luminaries from around the world together with everyday food enthusiasts to engage in great conversation, amazing food and one-of-a-kind experiences.
Rejectionathon is a one-day event that helps founders gain confidence in selling. At Rejectionathon, you’ll be given a list of challenges that will put you just slightly out of your comfort zone, and you’ll want to complete as many of them as you can with your team. Similar to a hackathon, you'll spend the day solving fun, adrenaline-packed "hustle challenges" with a small team.
Transitioning an organization to DevOps in spirit and not just in name can be incredibly challenging as existing silos and reporting structures will likely not be ideal. After a quick look at a number of transition anti-patterns, we'll go into how best to design an organization structure using a virtual team view. We'll also dig further into actionable strategies for affecting change and high-level systems design for collaboration. Bio: Alec Lazarescu is a 17 year veteran of the digital education domain as a software engineer, DBA, director, and chief architect. He’s currently CTO of LearnBop, a K-12 education startup. He’s passionate about helping individuals and organizations learn and work more effectively and strive for data-driven continuous improvement.
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
For September's event, NY Tech Meetup will team up with Comedy Hack Day to throw the biggest, most hilarious hackathon finals in human history! The culmination of More than 100 participants will build upwards of 20 insane pieces of technology with the very best moving on to the 850-seat Skirball Theater to demo in the most ambitiously awesome CHD Finals ever! Apply to participate in the hackathon at http://bit.ly/2aMiSC9, and get your tickets for the finals here!
iOSoho - New York City's largest iOS Engineer Meetup
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This event is hosted by Yodle, a Web.com company. Today, Yodle helps more than 50,000 local business owners in 250 different industries find and keep customers simply and profitably. Speakers: Martin Rybak, Yodle: How to Unit Test View Controllers - Automated testing is something we should all do more of. It's easy to unit test logical classes, but what about views and view controllers? The multi-screen testing approach taken by tools like Appium and XCUITest are slow and fragile. Martin will show an architectural pattern that allows you test multiple permutations of a view controller in isolation for better test coverage of your UI's. Jack Flintermann, Stripe. Jack will be speaking about "lessons we've learned building the Stripe iOS SDK, and specifically the things that make developing an iOS SDK different from developing an iOS app. "
Work-Bench 110 Fifth Avenue, Fifth Floor New York, New York 10011 - New York, NY
In this talk, we'll examine a relational programming language (miniKanren) embedded in Scala as a DSL. Some problems (layout, scheduling, type inference, logic puzzles) are more clearly expressed as a set of constraints and relations. We'll demonstrate this expressive power by live-coding solutions to a few puzzles and show that we can solve them relationally while still writing what feels like idiomatic, functional Scala. Come listen if you want to witness problem-solving in a programming paradigm that can help us discover solutions to mind-bending puzzles in minutes. As a bonus, these ideas can be re-used in Scala type-level programming. Bio: Stewart is a software developer at Driver, a San Francisco based startup that analyzes tumors and connects cancer patients with personalized medicine. He also helps organize SF Scala, where he started a monthly Unmeetup. Stewart is new to New York and eager to meet the local Scala community. Ask him out for coffee!
Rise New York 43 West 23rd Street 2nd floor - New York, NY
Women in Hardware helps connect female founders, engineers, investors, manufacturers, and marketers building the future of connected hardware. We are a community of 1000+ badass women helping other women be even more badass. If you are building something great in the world of connected hardware, please join us! About the Speakers: Jenny Fielding is a Managing Director at Techstars, investing in Hardware, Internet of Things and Fintech. She is a problem solver drawing on a diverse background in law, finance, operations, business development, and venture capital. Kate McAndrew is an investor at Bolt, a venture capital firm that invests in early stage startups and the intersection of hardware and software. Kate is the founder of Women in Hardware.
Join us for a one-day, hands-on workshop where Intel will walk you through the basic architecture of a modern commercial IoT network – from gathering sensor data at the edge, to analytics on a gateway, to the cloud. This workshop will feature the Intel® NUC, Arduino 101, Intel® IoT Developer Kit, and the IBM® Watson IoT Platform featuring Bluemix cloud services. Each attendee will get to keep an Intel® Commercial Kit used at the Workshop, a $500 value. This Kit includes sensors, Intel® NUC Gateway, Arduino boards, base shield, and cords.Each attendee will get to keep an Intel® Commercial Kit used at the Workshop, a $500 value.
We're excited to host the next edition of Design Driven NYC at BuzzFeed. Our speakers this month include: •Melody Koh, Head of Product at Blue Apron •Tom Harman, Design Manager at BuzzFeed •Walter Geer, Creative Director at Verve Mobile •Alan Williams, Creative Director at Imaginary Forces For early access to events, exclusive content, and additional resources for the Design Driven community, sign up for our mailing list here.
Work-Bench 110 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor - New York, NY
For our September meetup we have a keynote from NPower and two exciting companies demoing their technologies. Demos: •Siemplify ThreatNexus is the industry’s first security operations platform to fully unify the diverse security tools used in organizations, providing SOC teams with a comprehensive platform for security operations and incident response; from case management and analytics, to hunting, intelligence, automation and reporting. •The Muse is the most trusted career site for Millennials today, helping over 5 million people every month answer the question, "What do I want to do with my life (and how do I get there)?" through expert advice, online skill building classes, job opportunities, and behind-the-scenes video profiles of what it's actually like to work at companies like Facebook, HBO or Zappos. Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
For our next meetup, we'll be talking about how to design good voice user experiences and interfaces for Alexa. We will be meeting at betaworks, an internet startup studio based in New York that has graciously offered to host us in their office. We will be hearing from Noelle LaCharite, developer evangelist for the Alexa Skills Kit, who will be guiding us through some ways Amazon thinks about designing good user experiences for Alexa; Chris Maury, founder of Conversant Labs, who will be speaking about the design process for building building high quality apps and his experience designing conversational apps for the blind, as well as demoing a web app that facilitates the design and collection of user utterances through user testing; and Tim McElreath, senior technical architect, mobile and emerging platforms at Scripps Networks Interactive, who will be talking about how the Food Network is approaching different voice-enabled platforms and their work around user testing, utterance collection, intention design, and real time engagement. After the talks, there will be an opportunity to demo any skills you have been developing or have published to other users, and to do user testing.
Pivotal Labs 625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
How can you take temperature data from 1,001 US cities and crunch it into a compelling, yet shockingly simple interactive visualization? Alana Range and Brian Kahn will show us how they did it in just four weeks, and received more than 2 million views within weeks of its launch. They'll show us their process for taking a spreadsheet and transforming it into a visual story with the potential to powerfully engage audiences. They'll cover story ideas, crunching data, sketching concepts, design, development and roll-out. You’ll learn how to turn your data into shareable, engaging stories that get the traction you want.
Python powers some of the world's most popular websites and apps, like Google, reddit, Pinterest and Instagram. Join us for this intermediate class designed for those who have some Python experience, some programming experience, or those who attended our May Intro to Python course. During this interactive class, we'll explore the basic components of Python as a programming language: data types, functions, conditional statements and loops, we'll also provide an introduction to data structures. 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 in Python.
WeWork FiDi, 17th Floor, 85 Broad Street, - New York, NY
In this talk, Baruch will share the main challenges in developing a highly-concurrent, resumable, async download library on top of Apache HTTP client. He will cover other libraries they tested and why they decided to reinvent the wheel. You will see important pitfalls they came across when working with HTTP and how using the right combination of techniques can improve performance by an order of magnitude. You will also see why your initial assumptions may completely change when faced with other players on the network. Baruch Sadogursky (a.k.a JBaruch) is the Developer Advocate of JFrog, the home of Artifactory - the Universal Artifact Repository, and Bintray - the Universal Distribution Hub. For a living he hangs out with the JFrog tech leaders, writes some code around Artifactory and Bintray, and then speaks and blogs about all that.
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