Speaking of Accelorators and Demo Days, does startup junkie want to help the community track all these companies pitching? Tweet at me if you're interested--particularly students.
Are you a marketer for a startup? Want to meet your peer group? On December 8th, we're running a bit of a show and tell for marketing professionals who work at startups. We'd love to hear what you're up to, how your teams are setup, what channels are working or not working. Reply here with "Marketing" in the subject.
Hosted By Forbes 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur-Christine Souffrant Ntim. Come join 100+ founders in one place! For more information including the agenda, check out the link here: http://brandentrepreneurs.com/
The current methodology for building applications is broken. Most teams go through the classic agile pattern: ideate, build, launch, measure, iterate, repeat. Even when executed efficiently, this process stifles innovation under the burden of engineering and product launching. Using real-world examples, Daniel will show how to test your theses more quickly and increase the overall effectiveness (and happiness!) of your whole team. Presenter Daniel Burka is a design partner at Google’s venture capital arm where he works with 300+ portfolio companies to solve their design challenges.
Flatiron School 11 South Broadway, Suite 260 - New York, NY
Come work on personal projects, release some code, and meet some other folks in the community!If you need help on anything related to Ruby, you should come to this event. If you think you've mastered Ruby, you should also come and help out other people too!Flatiron School and thoughtbot will be sponsoring the space, pizza, and beer.
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism 219 West 40th Street - New York, NY
Digital Mapping is an exciting field in tech! In this meetup we'll explore geospatial data, community-powered cartography, location analytics and more with an amazing panel discussion moderated by one of the most widely respected experts in mapping and data - David Riordan, The Chief Technology Innovation Officer at the Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Columbia School of Journalism. Panelists will include: Bert Spaan, the Space/Time Directory Engineer at the New York Public Library, Stuart Lynn, Map Scientist at Carto, and Ekta Datyanani, Lead Designer at Mapzen.Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media InnovationColumbia School of JournalismSpace/Time DirectoryNew York Public LibraryStuart LynnCartoEkta DatyananiMapzenWe'll hear about how developing skills in data and mapping might help you learn, not just about where you are in the world, but about the possibilities of where you can go… Snacks and beverages will be provided. Bring ID.
In this discussion, Diane Kim, AI Interaction Designer at x.ai will talk about Amy Ingram, x.ai's AI personal assistant who schedules meetings for users through natural language (a conversational interface) via e-mail. Amy (or Andrew, her twin brother) is simply CC'd into an e-mail thread between potential meeting attendees and she takes over the scheduling ping-pong as if she was a real person conversing in English - not formatted text - no button clicks. Diane will be exploring the design process behind a conversational interface and addressing issues like: What design decisions did x.ai make when developing Amy? What goes into building the personality of an AI agent? She'll explore these questions and more as we discuss the challenge of humanizing an AI autonomous agent.
On November 22nd we will have Jordan Hirsch join us to discuss the successful gathering of requirements. Good UX designers give their clients what they need, not just what they ask for. No matter what project methodology you're following, there are some simple rules that can help keep your requirements gathering effort on the right track and help make sure everyone on the team is armed with the right information at the right time. Key topics: The goal of goals, Active listening, The requirements life-cycle, Common pitfalls. About Jordan: Jordan Hirsch is an experienced digital strategist, public speaker, teacher, and improviser. He is currently the Director, Strategy at Phase2, an award-winning digital agency. Jordan speaks regularly at conferences and meetups on topics ranging from requirements gathering to the lessons of improv comedy.
iOSoho - New York City's largest iOS Engineer Meetup
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Women in iOS is part of the iOSoho meetup. The goal of the meetup is to bring more women and other underrepresented groups into the larger iOS community. *SPEAKERS: Maria Perez, Product Manager, Creative SDK for iOS, Adobe. Why am I building this product? After been exploring my entrepreneurial side — building my own product while experience the adventure of growing a business, I now work for Adobe, where I learn how to improve creative tools everyday. I will share essential tips on how to make the right choices when building a product. Jenny Chang, iOS Engineer at GRUBHUB. Code Organization: At GRUBHUB, we have inherited a large legacy code base and to support two brands, we built on top of the existing code base. As the code base grows, we needed a way for the iOS team to become more productive and effective in developing features for our diner app. I have tackled the challenge of helping the team increase in productivity by means of reorganizing the large code base. Learn about the different proposals and how I convinced the team on the new file structure.
Pivotal Labs 625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
F-algebras or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Type System. In addition to a basic overview, this talk will discuss how to delay evaluation of certain parts of your data structure as well as how to thread monads through the the evaluation. Anthony Burzillo is a software engineer in Manhattan, NY. He currently works at Bloomberg LP creating applications for the Listed Derivatives market using Haskell and C++. Backpack to Work: Towards Backpack in Practice. In this talk, I describe an evolution of the Backpack design which respects the division between package manager and compiler. This is not a paper design: it is principally motivated by our implementation of Backpack inGHC and the Cabal package system, which will be released with GHC 8.2.Edward Z. Yang is a 5th year PhD student at Stanford University. When not doing useful research, he spends his time hacking on GHC and Cabal.
WeWork City Hall 222 Broadway (entrance on Fulton St), 19th floor - New York, NY
Meet us on the last Thursday of the Month to learn, discuss and practice Business Model Generation (BMG), the Canvas, a little bit of Lean Startup and overall business common sense. This methodology is a simple way to get a high level view of your current or future business and understand how each part of it integrates and interacts with the others. We use the Canvas, a simple diagram, to map these parts and interactions. While fairly simple, this methodology is a very powerful tool. You can learn more about the book, methodology, author, and the Canvas here. Best,Stephen Walton.
Artsy 401 Broadway, 25th Floor @ Canal St. - New York, NY
Here's the idea: come join other NYC developers for a peer-based learning lab. You've got a question? Maybe someone can provide you with some insight. Maybe you can help someone else. Bring a laptop and some code to work on. We'll have coffee, cereal, and pizza at the end. If you have dietary restrictions, please let the group organize know when you arrive – we're happy to accommodate you. Everyone is also welcome to bring snacks, too. This event falls under the CocoaPods Code of Conduct, available at http://cocoapods.org/legal Please respect it, the organizers take it seriously.
Bring the code you are working on and we'll try to answer any questions you have. If you're a beginner and need something to work on, try our online tutorials. This link will give you the first month of videos for $1: https://vimeo.com/r/1N3d/RnpPcDVhL0
We are increasingly aware of the invisible and ubiquitous microbial component of our lives – in and on our bodies, in our environment. But, how do you actually measure that? What if you wanted to find out what bacteria are living around you? In this workshop we will learn the methods for identifying microbial species with DNA sequencing data. We will use the Pathomap dataset and each participant will obtain the metagenomic sequences of their favorite subway station. We will learn how to navigate the public sequencing archives to find the data you are looking for, explain the file formats used for sequencing data and how to manipulate them, and gain hands-on experience on using the computational tools to identify bacterial species with that data, and visualize the results. Bring your Linux or Mac laptop. Basic experience with the terminal is helpful though not required. Elizabeth Hénaff was born of French/American parents in Austin in 1981, grew up in France, and has since lived in the US, Japan and Spain. She received a BS in Computer Science, an MS in Plant Biology (both from UT Austin) and a PhD in Bioinformatics from the University of Barcelona. The impetus behind her research is a fascination with the way living beings interact with their environment. She has made contributions to understanding how plants respond to the force of gravity, how plant genome structure changes in response to stress, and most recently has turned her attention to the ubiquitous and invisible microbial component of our environment. She has consistently made the tools – software, wetware, hardware – needed to answer her research questions, and enjoys both this process and the goal equally. Her interests in biological interactions and data visualization have inspired her to create interactive installations, and she has collaborated with artists and musicians in Barcelona, Paris and New York designing custom interactive visuals for their events. She currently works as a postdoc at the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City.
Howe Center - Stevens Institute of Technology Bissinger Room (4th Floor) 8th/Hudson - walk up River St to 6th St., then up Wittpen Walk to Howe Building - Hoboken, NJ
Speaker: Nick Taranto, cofounder, Plated.comSpeaker: Nick Taranto, cofounder, Plated.comSchedule:Schedule6:00 (sharp!) - 6:30: Speed Networking & Pizza6:30 - 7:30: Welcome/Startups present7:30 - 8:15: Speaker8:15+: Closing remarks/head to Ainsworth (local bar) with food/drink specials3 great startups to present: • RubiconMD• Beewake• Frealtor More about Nick: Nick Taranto is the Cofounder of Plated.com. Founded in June of 2012 Plated is on a mission to use data and technology to create a world where healthy, affordable, and delicious food is available for everyone. Today Plated delivers everything you need to cook a chef-designed dinner at home in around 30 minutes. Plated delivers dummy-proof recipes and all of the premium ingredients directly to your door so that you can make cooking a convenient & sustainable part of your life. Plated has raised over $75 million in venture capital and has shipped millions of meals across the United States. Nick received his MPA and MBA from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Harvard Business School and his BA from Dartmouth. He served as an infantry officer in the US Marine Corps and worked at Goldman Sachs and McKinsey. Nick is a husband, cofounder of two young daughters, and a fan of esoteric endurance events.More about Nick: apply to pitch your co at a future NJTM.apply to pitch your co at a future NJTM.apply to pitch your co at a future NJTMStevens students/faculty free: RSVP hereRSVP here
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism 219 West 40th Street - New York, NY
Join us for our November media #DemoNight! NOTE: earlier start time at 6:30pm!We'll feature emerging entrepreneurial media ventures and innovators, including the New York Times Election Bot, Cheddar, StreetLib and Electionland (a partnership between ProPublica, Google News Lab, WNYC, the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, First Draft, Univision, USA Today and many more).New York Times Election BotCheddarStreetLibElectionlandDoors Open and Light Snacks: 6:15pm Presentations: 6:30pm - 8:00pm Optional Hanging Out/Networking: 8:00-8:30pm6:15pm6:30pm - 8:00pm8:00-8:30pmTwitter Details: Hosts: @tkCUNY @CUNYJSchoolHashtag: #DemoNight@tkCUNY@CUNYJSchool#DemoNightPresenters:Andrew Phelps @andrewphelps, product director at The New York Times, will present the Times' Election Facebook Messenger bot. @andrewphelpsTimes' Election Facebook Messenger bot Gorenstein @Gorenstein, chief content officer, will present @Cheddar, streaming tech, media and culture news.@Gorenstein@CheddarGiacomo D'Angelo @GiacomoDAngelo, head of StreetLib USA, will present @StreetLib, an online book selling and publishing tool.@GiacomoDAngelo@StreetLibCarrie Brown @Brizzyc, head of CUNY's social journalism program, and John Keefe @jkeefe, WNYC Data News Editor, will present @electionland, a project to cover voting access across the US in real time.@Brizzyc@jkeefe@electionlandHosted by the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial JournalismCUNY Graduate School of Journalism
This month, we welcome 3D Hubs, a leading 3D printing service with a network of 3D printers and over 20,000 locations. Their team will demo and discuss rapid prototyping for IoT using 3D printing. We'll also touch on mass customization and speed/material considerations.We'll also hear from Skill Mill NYC, a space on the UWS that is also a hub in the 3D Hubs network.
The Flatiron School 11 Broadway, Suite 260 - New York, NY
As iOS engineers, there are a ton of amazing resources available to help you do your work. From open source code, to tutorials, to blogs, it's amazing how much developers share with each other.Join the mobile team from Slice for an insightful look into the working life of an iOS developer and the ways they utilize and contribute to the larger community. 6:30pm - Free pizza & networking6:30pm7:00pm - Being Part of the iOS Community (talk led by mobile team from Slice) 7:00pm7:40pm - Open Q&A 7:40pm8:00pm - Free pizza & networking8:00pm- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Slice is the leading online ordering network for America's best pizza. We connect millions of hungry consumers with thousands of top local pizzerias, making it simple to discover and order fresh, authentic food, no matter where you are. http://slicelife.com/Slicehttp://slicelife.com/http://slicelife.com/
Artificial intelligence will substantially change the way technology intertwines with our lives. Machines and devices will be able to perform tasks like never before. This great advancement, however, isn’t met without challenges and skepticism, both technologically, ethically, and socially. Researchers at ArkInvest predicts that 76 million U.S. jobs will disappear in the next two decades - almost 10 times the number of jobs created during President Obama’s presidency - because of AI. Join us at this Innovation Social as we chat with industry leaders in AI, ML, and NLP to explore the future and possibilities of AI. Panelists:- Steve Abrams (VP at IBM Watson)- Morgan Polotan (Investor at Bloomberg Beta)… with more to be announced soon! This event is in partnership with the NYU Data Future Lab. The Data Future Lab (http://futurelabs.engineering.nyu.edu/) supports startups that are pushing forward the next generation of data technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, neural networks, and data for industry. DFL is also proud to run the new AI Nexus Lab, an intensive four-month program run by Future Labs and ff Venture Capital. It is designed to help early-stage AI companies develop their initial product and prepare for seed and series A investment.
Bloomberg LP 731 Lexington Av. 7th Floor - New York, NY
Our speakers this month include: • Raymie Stata, Founder and CEO of Altiscale (Big Data as a Service; just acquired by SAP)Raymie StataAltiscale• Hilary Mason, Founder and CEO of Fast Forward Labs (helps organizations accelerate their data science and machine learning intelligence)Hilary MasonFast Forward Labs• Gary Kazantsev, Head of Machine Learning Engineering at BloombergGary KazantsevBloomberg• Reinhardt, Founder and CEO of Segment (customer data platform) ReinhardtSegment --------For early access to events, exclusive content, and additional resources for the Data Driven community, sign up for our mailing list here. sign up for our mailing list here --------Special offer for the Data Driven community:Special offer for the Data Driven community:The IBM Watson AI XPRIZE is a $5 million global competition challenging teams to develop and demonstrate how humans can collaborate with powerful AI technologies to tackle the world’s grand challenges. This competition will identify the most compelling and powerful technologies, pitting teams head-to-head so that the greatest breakthroughs will surface.The IBM Watson AI XPRIZEDiscounted “Early bird” Registration is closing on the prize on November 15, 2016. Register and start a team here: aiportal.xprize.orgaiportal.xprize.org
These days we find ourselves awash in oceans of data. We use tools like MongoDB, Hadoop, Spark, Pig, D3, Tableau, Compass, and R to help us make sense of them all. But are we truly data literate?An American election has come and gone, leaving pundits and analysts dazed and confused. Predictive models, suffused with historical data and built on standard assumptions proved grossly wrong. It was a reminder that testing inputs against presumptive biases is key to avoiding the "garbage in, garbage out" conundrum. Working backward from summarized rollups, it calls for analytical processes driven with clean and complete data informed with clear, insightful premises. Data literacy calls not only for a clear understanding of the pros and cons of our analytical decisions and how to read their results, but also an awareness around input completeness and relevance. This month we have two veteran speakers from MDBW 16 who share their experience using MongoDB to help acquire, clean, organize, and filter information for meaningful consumption.
CCNY @ NAC 1/211 138th and Amsterdam Avenue - New York, NY
You're invited to hack along with the New York Linux Users Group!Please have a government issued form of ID with you. Please have a government issued form of ID with you. This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or to just work alongside like-minded individuals and learn through osmosis.This event is NOT a lecture-style meeting. The agenda is generally set when someone poses a question, so bring questions!Some topics up for discussion are:• Install and configuration assistance• Documentation, standards, and best practices• Current events/Conventions• Release testing and bug reporting• Getting started with languages like Python and LaTeX• -Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices)We will also have brief (approx. 5-10 minute) lightning talks, so please speak with a coordinator if you're interested in sharing some of your work. A laptop is not required but strongly recommended.Bring a project, topic, and questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects. Geeks are more sociable solving problems rather then just talking about themselves.
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce 335 Adams Street, 27th floor - Brooklyn, NY
Interested in video marketing? Join us on Tuesday, November 29 at 6PM as we launch #TechTuesdays at the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. Learn how to create the five types of videos that will create the perfect sales funnel for a business on a minimal budget. Our guest speaker, Jimmy Newson, is a digital content creator and internet marketer with 24 years of experience in the entertainment, marketing, and digital media arena. He has worked with local and national brands including NARAS, (Grammys), People Magazine, Gibson Guitar, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, UMASS, St. Mary’s Foundation for Kids, and much more. His areas of expertise include video production, digital content creation, internet marketing and crowdfunding. For more information on Jimmy, visit www.JimmyNewson.com. Join the conversation using #bkyptech and #techtuesdays.
A night of fun, networking, food, and cocktailsWhat to expect:Attire: Feel free to dress up!Attire:Timeline: Timeline: 6:00PM: Doors open for guests7:00PM: Welcome from WWCode 10:00 PM: You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here. Why Women Who Code (WWCode)? Why Women Who CodeWWCode Matters to Women.WWCode supports women in their technical careers every step up the way with over 1,500+ free events, conferences, trainings, and hackathons around the world. 80% of all WWCode members relayed Women Who Code has supported them in their careers.
DigitalOcean 101 Avenue of the Americaas - New York,
Dennis Mortensen (x.ai)Dennis Mortensen (x.ai)Dennis Mortensen is the CEO and Founder of x.ai, whose artificial intelligence driven personal assistant lets people schedule meetings using plain English and nothing more than a CC to [masked].
Microsoft 11 Times Square (42nd St @ 8th Avenue) - New York, NY
NOTE: ALL ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE TO GET PAST SECURITY - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/class-building-mixed-reality-experiences-for-microsoft-hololens-in-unity-free-tickets-29050021396NOTE: ALL ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE TO GET PAST SECURITY - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/class-building-mixed-reality-experiences-for-microsoft-hololens-in-unity-free-tickets-29050021396https://www.eventbrite.com/e/class-building-mixed-reality-experiences-for-microsoft-hololens-in-unity-free-tickets-29050021396https://www.eventbrite.com/e/class-building-mixed-reality-experiences-for-microsoft-hololens-in-unity-free-tickets-29050021396 Building Mixed Reality Experiences for Microsoft HoloLens in Unity (Free)Building Mixed Reality Experiences for Microsoft HoloLens in Unity (Free)Tuesday, November 29th @ 6:30pmMicrosoft (11 Times Square) Register here!Register here!Register here!Visit Eventbrite to see the class description and to purchase a ticket. Visit us at nyc.playcrafting.com for our full list of upcoming education and events!Eventbrite Eventbritenyc.playcrafting.comSeats are limited. ---
Speaker Bio:Reshama Shaikh is a data scientist with programming skills in Python, SAS and R. She worked for over 10 years as a biostatistician in the pharmaceutical industry. She currently teaches at Metis which offers data science training. She is also an organizer of the NYC meetup group Women in Machine Learning and Data Science. She earned her M.S. in statistics from Rutgers University and her M.B.A. from NYU Stern School of Business. She is on Twitter: @reshamasDescription:This workshop will cover Git, the open source version control system for storing your programs.The following skills will be covered: Introduce Git & GitHub; explain difference between the twoIntroduce GitHub website; review settings and options on GitHub accountCreate a repo on GitHub websiteSet up a repo on GitHub and invite collaboratorsFork and clone user or organization repoUse branches on GitHub (* time permitting)Undo changes - revert commits (* time permitting)Requirements:Please have a GitHub account https://github.com and save your user id and password in an easily accessible place. https://github.comhttps://github.comAttendees should have access to a Unix terminal (via Mac or Ubuntu). Ensure that Git is installed by typing:$ git --version Optional (helpful):1) Terminal Editor (one of the following):Vim --versionEmacs --versionNano --version2) If not Terminal Editor, then one of the Graphical Editors: SublimeAtomSpyderPyCharmRodeo3) Some familiarity with Markdown will be helpful, but it is not required Also posted at Pyladies: PostPost
Whole Foods - Midtown East (cafe) 226 East 57th Street - New York, NY
Hacker Hours Late Night edition for the more nocturnally inclined in the city that never sleeps. Bring your code, questions, and even your appetite... We're meeting upstairs at the Midtown East Whole Foods. We'll have a standup just after 8:30pm to share what everyone is working on and see who can offer help to whom. However, if you are running a little late, just say 'hi' and we'll summarize the standup and get you rolling right along with us! This Whole Foods is on East 57th Street Between 2nd & 3rd Avenue not far from the 4, 5, 6, Q, N, R or M. When you get there, hang a left @ the produce, another left @ the fruit, go past the cheese and bread and the stairs are on your left (elevator on the right if you prefer). Hope to see you there!
Join us for our weekly hacknight for Django developers + newcomers to work on their projects and/or connect with other developers. For best results, bring your laptop.For those building and refining their Django skills, the following resources are recommended:• DjangoGirls TutorialDjangoGirls Tutorial• Marina Mele's Taskbuster TutorialMarina Mele's Taskbuster Tutorial• Test-Driven Development with PythonTest-Driven Development with Python• Mastering DjangoMastering Django• Django REST Framework TutorialDjango REST Framework Tutorial
DigitalOcean Offices 101 Ave of the Americas 2nd Floor - New York, NY
Please join us and Digital Ocean at their gorgeous offices in Soho for a fun night of learning, networking, eating and drinking! You'll walk away with more knowledge, new connections, and a full belly! Please note that this is a women-only event that intends an inclusive definition of women. We are welcoming and respectful of trans women and any others who identify as a woman in a way that is significant to them. Agenda 6pm-7pm: Registration, networking, eating, drinking7pm-8pm: Content and raffle prizes (yes, we offer geektastic raffle prizes!)8pm-9pm: More networking! Speakers Julia Austin, CTO, DigitalOcean. Introduction to DO Caylee Betts, Product Designer, DigitalOcean. "Worthy Pursuits: The Story of an Entrepreneurial Designer" Sophia Dominguez, CEO and Co-Founder, SVRF | Founder, AllThingsVR. "VR 101" Janina Jeff, Geneticist, llumina. "Genetics Research and Mentoring Young Women in STEM" Amelia Winger-Bearskin, Director, DBRS Innovation Lab. "Intimate Gestures: Future of VR Interfaces" FAQs Can I get a refund? Yes, up to one week prior to the event! This helps us better manage our waitlist. We are not able to accomodate last minute cancelations since they are tricky from an administrative standpoint. Request a refund here up to one week prior to the event! When should I arrive?Our event starts at 6 PM. Please try not to come by before then-- while we love to see your friendly faces, we need that time to set up and get everything ready before things get going. You'll just be sitting around awkwardly otherwise and that's no fun for anyone. What if the event is sold out, can I just show up at the door?Nope! If we're sold out that means we are sold out! You can certainly add yourself to the waitlist, but if you haven't received an actual ticket from Eventbrite for this event, we won't be able to let you in the door. Can I transfer my ticket?We currently do not accept ticket transfers, so if you know you can't go, please update your ticket information by editing it via the link provided to you in your Eventbrite email. What do I need to bring to an event?Other than your smiles? You should bring a form of ID. You won't need to print out the PDF of the ticket, though-- we will look you up when you arrive using all the digital things. How do I know if I qualify as a geek? What can I expect?Take a look at our FAQs on the website! Do you have food that's gluten free/vegetarian/vegan?We do request that our sponsors include these options, b
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