It's quickly going to get to the point where I'll lose track between what has actually been said in this election versus what is an SNL parody.
If you live in and around Union Square and work in tech, I've got *one* seat left for one of my tech dinners. Reply here. If you don't get a reply, means someone else grabbed it first. Neighborhood locals only!
Last week, goTenna launched their new long range, mesh network capable unit. It enables a completely off-grid communication experience with your phone, potentially over miles. Check it out.
This month CS4All celebrated its one year anniversary alongside Fred Wilson and Mayor Bill de Blasio. Join them in supporting the expansion of computer science across NYC by hosting student interns this fall or winter. Check out their website to see student projects, the types of organizations who host them, and be sure to apply by October 12th.
The New York CTO Connection/Nasdaq Startup CTO Summit is back!
On Tuesday November 1st at Nasdaq Marketsite in Times Square CTO Connection is hosting the New York Startup CTO Summit again (our 15th event globally in the last 2 years). If you're technical and manage developers, this exclusive, intimate (<200 attendees) event is the perfect chance to connect with and learn from your peers.
Thoughtful presentations on building and managing engineering teams from senior engineering leaders at MongoDB, Birchbox, Invision, Shopify, Blue Apron, x.ai, Artsy, Betterment, Simple and Albert Wenger from Union Square Ventures on "some questions about the future of code". And the attendees are usually as or more impressive than the speakers!
Some of you may know that since the last presidential election in 2012, 17 states quietly passed laws that impact the timing and IDs required of voters. While 3 states have seen those laws reversed in the last weeks, others have not. No one wants to be surprised by new requirements at the polls and no matter who you've voting for, if you support an inclusive democracy, you should want everyone to have the chance to vote (and you may even be surprised to find yourself impacted). This Is My Country is a non-profit consisting of well known photographers, advertising creatives, and other volunteers that was created to help raise awareness of new Voter ID laws that may prevent more than 11% of voters from casting a legal ballot - that’s more than 21 million people (and the last presidential election was decided by just 3.7% points). As we get closer to this tight election, their work is especially needed. They are currently raising funds to help inform those impacted. Check out their website to make sure your registration is up-to-date and that you have the right ID. And help them with a much-needed donation here: https://igg.me/at/DKJx3D6hVOc
Join 500 Startups & Work-Bench as we host the NYC startup community to an evening filled with best practices in growth from some of the most talented practitioners in the field today. Content will cover new growth tactics, strategy setting, optimization and more. Be sure to bring your thinking hats as we’ll have plenty of time for Q&A and open discussion with all of the speakers. Completely free of charge, there is no reason to stay at home and miss this. Hope to see you there!
Newark Venture Partners is a new type of early stage venture capital fund with a state-of-the-art, 25,000 sq ft co-working space in downtown Newark, NJ, just 20 mins by train from Midtown Manhattan. Our backers include Audible (an Amazon company), Prudential Financial, Dun & Bradstreet and many others. We invest up to $1 million in Seed and Series A companies, with investments to date including FutureStay, Radius8, and StrongArm Technologies. We're very excited to have launched our accelerator, NVP Labs on September 7th with an inaugural class of 9 companies.
Hi everyone, Chelsea Rustrum, a long time activist, speaker and consultant about the sharing economy in San Francisco, is visiting us in New York. What a perfect opportunity to meet again and talk about what's new and next in the sharing economy! Chelsea is excited to share with us what's going on in the Bay area but she is most interested in having a conversation with all of us on how the sharing economy is evolving in New York and beyond. Join us to have a drink and share your thoughts. Also it would be wonderful to seeing everyone again, Odile
Galvanize NYC Pop Up 315 Hudson Street - New York, NY
This class is a 4-night series running on Oct 3rd, 5th, 10th & 12th from 7-9pm. Through the course of this four-part class, you'll get a thorough introduction to HTML5 and CSS3 to build on your previous knowledge. You'll get hands-on experience working with HTML5 features like semantic elements and forms, and you'll learn new CSS3 properties and abilities including transformations and transitions. Finally, we'll dig into responsive design and browser compatibility. You'll leave with readily-applicable skills and we'll be there to answer any questions you may have along the way! To get the most out of this class, you should have a working knowledge of basic HTML and CSS. All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct.
Pony is an open-source, object-oriented, actor-model, capabilities-secure, high performance programming language. This talk will provide: •a high-level overview of the language •an exploration of actors and capabilities, which are two features that make Pony stand out from other languages •a discussion of some of Pony’s implementation details, including garbage collection and behavior execution •a review of our experience using Pony for the last six months. Attendees should leave with an understanding of what kinds of problems Pony might (or might not) be suited for, a high enough level of confidence that they can start writing programs in Pony, and (hopefully) a desire to get involved in the Pony community.
WeWork Charging Bull 25 Broadway, 10th Floor - New York, NY
On September 28th, VentureOut presents French Tech Connection, a French pitch night in partnership with euratechnologies. We'll feature some of the hottest tech startups from France trying to wow our panel of esteemed venture investors. We start at 6:00pm, have your tickets ready and be there on time. We hope to see you there!
Hey everyone, we're enjoying the (un)Meetup format and we want to do it again the first week of October! A lot of you mentioned some good ideas to me, so I hope you will pitch them here! Just to set the ground rules: the idea of this meetup is born out of the "unconference" format, which means it's loosely organized and community driven. At the beginning of the meetup people pitch topics and then break off into groups to discuss those topics. The topics are chosen by members of the community and they can either be something that person knows a great deal about or knows nothing about and wants to learn more. It should be expected that not a great deal of preparation goes into the topic, and this hopefully encourages more people to suggest topics since there is no pressure to prepare for weeks on end. Also participants are free to go from topic to topic if they wish to do so. Give it a shot and I think you'll like it too! I encourage people to share their ideas for topics in the comments sections, and I'll start!
Raven's Head Public House 38-04 Broadway - Astoria, NY
Vowing to have a special QueensJS. QueensJS will be hosting our 27th meetup on Wednesday, October 5th, at our 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 speakers for the evening are: •Myles Borins (@thealphanerd) tbd's a tbd. •TBD... •Rushaine McBean (@copasetickid) tbd's a tbd. QueensJS expects all speakers and attendees to follow the JSConf code of conduct. RSVPs, due to limited seating, will cost $5. All proceeds go towards charities that work to increase code literacy among NYC youth. There are no refunds, but you are more than welcome to transfer tickets. If you would like to sponsor or speak at one of our events, please email us at organizers at queensjs dot com!
The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in New York is proud to present the third Innovate46 conference. Building on great success in the past two years, Innovate46 2016 will continue be the forum in New York City to meet extraordinary Swedish startup talents. www.innovate46.com
Please join Bloomberg, along with co-hosts Cornell Tech and Tech: NYC, on Thursday, October 6 for CornellTech@Bloomberg featuring Harry Kargman, CEO of Kargo, and Jessica Rovello, CEO and Co-Founder of Arkadium. In conversation with Vonnie Quinn of Bloomberg News, Harry and Jessica will discuss building and rebuilding their companies, navigating the impact of world events on their businesses—September 11th and the Russian invasion of Crimea, respectively—working with some of the world’s top publishers, and innovating the future of digital branding and engagement.
The Flatiron School 11 Broadway, Suite 260 - New York, NY
Join us for a practical talk from Alexandra Rose (Recruiter from Clarifai) about how to tackle the job search. Alex will cover a number of topics from resume-building to technical interviews to navigating job offers. Come with plenty of questions! Clarifai is an artificial intelligence company that excels in visual recognition, solving real-world problems for businesses and developers alike. Clarifai’s powerful image and video recognition technology is built on the most advanced machine learning systems and made easily accessible by a clean API, empowering developers all over the world to build a new generation of intelligent applications.
With the new demands of today’s applications, flexibility, rapid iteration, and agility are instrumental to succeed in modern day app development. With MongoDB and OpenShift, teams can iterate, deliver frequent releases, and derive rich insights from rapid development cycles to take advantage of business strategies and shifts in the market. MongoDB and Red Hat experts will show you how to setup both solutions. Join us for a complimentary event at the MongoDB NYC office. Empanadas and drinks included! Space is limited so register now to claim your seat!
Share, learn and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Featured Product: FanDuel. From Imran Rehman of FanDuel...I'm a Product Manager for a product called FanDuel. FanDuel is a daily fantasy sports entertainment platform - we offer various type of contests in all major sports (NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB). Since my focus is payments, I would loveI to spend some time talking to the group about digital payments. I feel that this is an area that is growing fast, fueled by increased mobile usage. Would also love to get thoughts on how people are working through challenges associated with digital payments - specifically Fraud. Hope to see you there!
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. The three ticket releases for this Meetup are: September 13, September 26, and September 30, all 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.
Fill your weekend with inspiration and intention. Join us for an unforgettable farm-to-table brunch and mimosas with Brian S. Cohen (New York Angels Chairman) & Sara Chipps (Jewelbots cofounder/CEO)! Your brunch will feature: *Inspirational fireside chat with Brain & Sara in an intimate setting *Dynamic Audience Challenge *Curated connections with other young people hungry for the next opportunity (we will introduce you to the people you want to meet) *Seasonal, organic, farm-to-table brunch by Ox Verte We are widely regarded as the best NYC startup event - don't miss out!
IoT Central | NYC (NYC IoT: Internet of Things Meetup)
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At this event we will explore Privacy & IoT legal and product points of view through a panel discussion which will address privacy considerations when developing IoT applications. Please find the bios of panel participants below. IMPORTANT: Please note that we need your full name (first + last) for building security and you must bring a photo ID to the event. If we do not have your name or you don't bring a photo ID, the building will not let you into the event.
iOSoho - New York City's largest iOS Engineer Meetup
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Due to Facebook's security requirements, please RSVP via this link! Your RSVP on our Meetup page does NOT admit you to the event!!! Writing Compassionate Software Ash Furrow, Artsy: Come hear Ash Furrow discuss the science and mechanics of software team dynamics with useful tips and best practices to help improve any team environment. Refactoring Newsfeed & Open Sourcing IGListKit: Come learn about how and why the Instagram team took on rewriting their iOS feed from the bottom up, see what it takes to ship a successful refactor, and learn about their new open source project being released. Ryan Nystrom, Instagram: Ryan is an iOS engineer at Instagram working on app infrastructure in New York City. He is an avid open source advocate and contributor at Facebook on projects like AsyncDisplayKit.
Innovation Hangar 3601 Lyon St. - San Francisco, CA
The legendary Apple Co-Founder, entrepreneur and innovator, Steve Wozniak, aka "Woz", will deliver his keynote address about innovation and thinking like an entrepreneur at Postgres Vision. Register today to get access to a VIP session with Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak (seriously!) at www.PostgresVision.com with code WOZVIP. Be among the few who learn first-hand Woz’s vision for the future of open source, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Once again, together with our partners, New York International invites cities, startups, SME and corporates from around the world to address the challenges and opportunities of collaborative innovation and international expansion in the context of accelerating digitalization, urbanization, and globalization in New York City at the occasion of 6th Annual TEP Conference on October 10-13, 2016 in New York Cityincluding a strategic program extension in collaboration with the American Council on Germany on "Global Digital Economy"
Product School New York 1412 Broadway 22nd fl - New York City, NY
Groups that have embraced agile methodology (both upper and lowercase ‘a’) are unsure they are contributing to their organization’s long term success. The team makes progress sprint-over-sprint, but how do they know if you are always headed the right direction? Strategy for agile teams is about how they link the high level decisions that leaders make with the day-to-day actions that team members make. Key takeaways: Why strategy is key to agile groups’ success, Techniques for establishing a strategy and getting everyone on the same page, How to know when a strategy is bad and ineffective, Linking the high level strategies to day-to-day agile activities
Pivotal Labs 625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
WebGL technology has become an omnipresent standard, and while frameworks and libraries make it easier to use, GLSL shaders can still be a challenge to implement. In this talk, Patricio will focus on the core principles of shaders, how to use them and various techniques that will enhance your visualizations and maps. Patricio will then describe some of 3D maps and visualizations using Tangram (Mapzen’s 2D/3D map engine) and OpenStreetMap that make use of shaders.
In this talk you will learn how to get started running Node.js in Docker containers and connecting services running in different containers to talk to each other. Bio: Dan Farrelly is an Architect at Buffer, a social media management software company. He is leading up the company's efforts to move to a service oriented architecture, replacing a monolithic php application with lots of Node and php microservices using Docker and Kubernetes.
Food logistics is really, really hard. Scores of startups have launched to tackle food delivery, but many, like Good Eggs and Farmigo, have learned the hard way that it takes more than good software to get food from the field to your plate. This month we're doing a deep dive into distribution logistics. Join us to get in inside look into how Blue Apron, Homer, OurHarvest and The Fresh Connection approach logistics. You'll also get insight into their challenges and lessons learned. We'll also have networking with the community and nibbles from The Meatball Shop, Fields Good Chicken, The Spicy Cookie Company, Eat In Chef and more. Interested in sampling your food or alcohol product at the event or presenting about your logistics startup? We're looking for a few more food partners and one more presenter. Email nina[at]foodtechconnect[dot]com with more information about your company.
Starbucks, Madewell, Coca-Cola, Uber — just a few brands that have partnered with Spotify, the world's leading music streaming platform, since their launch in 2008. Join LMHQ and Spotify for Behind The Creative Curtain: Brand Partnerships, a deep dive into Spotify’s company strategy, where partnerships are part of the brand’s DNA. Hear why Spotify invests in partnerships, how the company’s brand team honed in on valuable relationships to leverage their company’s value, and how creative campaigns are built around each partnership.
Refinery29 225 Broadway, 23rd Floor - New York, NY
Join us for a fast-paced introductory course on stop motion video production. Stop motion is an animation technique that physically manipulates objects so that they appear to move on their own. The technique has a long history in film, but most recently has been utilized in social posts, commercial content and mass media globally. This class, taught by Lucie Fink, will focus on creating stop motion video content on a low budget using a cell phone. It will cover basic lighting, story-telling, shooting and editing principles. Please have your laptop on hand for reference and a way to take notes. Note: This will be more of a demo than a hands-on class due to time and equipment restraints. Light snacks will be provided.
The Spam Archive - Chronicling spam emails into readable web records index for all time
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