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If you are a college student in NYC and have an innovative idea or want to network with other student innovators, come to this free event at Microsoft to find out about a statewide business plan competition.
Long Island University (LIU), Brooklyn and Shift Group will host the Regionals for the New York Business Plan competition on Friday, March 31, 2017. The competition allows graduate, undergraduate bachelor's, and undergraduate associate's degree students to pitch innovative ideas in six content areas: Social/Non-Profit, Clean Tech, IT/Software, Advanced Technology, Products, and Services. The twelve best teams (two from each area) advance to the statewide competition where the top prize is valued at $100,000.
Across the United States, designers are using cognitive computing and data analysis to help American cities meet the needs of their diverse populations. This Wednesday, Tiffany Chu, Code for America fellow and cofounder of the public transport data initiative Remix; Adam Cutler, distinguished designer at IBM Design; and Sarah Williams, director of MIT’s Civic Data Design Lab and cocreator of the City Digits: Local Lotto project, will discuss the promise and challenges of this important partnership with moderator Cynthia E. Smith, Curator of Socially Responsible Design.
Are you an entrepreneur or a corporate professional with the following: industry expertise, skill set in a specific domain, talent or hobby. Then you are an expert that can build a unique speaker profile in as little as 30 days. During this free webinar, we go over the top 3 ways to get booked for speaking opportunities in 2017 and beyond. We cover: Speaker Profile 101, How to build a basic speaker profile, Top 3 ways to get noticed by event organizers and get booked.
Microsoft Times Square 11 Times Square - New York, NY
If you are a college student in NYC and have an innovative idea or want to network with other student innovators, come to this free event at Microsoft: What is Your Idea? This two-hour event will help you define your business idea and achieve maximum impact. Network with NYC graduate and undergraduate student entrepreneurs. Learn about entering the March pitch competition. Get insights on your business idea. Space is limited. Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis. Long Island University (LIU), Brooklyn and Shift Group will host the Regionals for the New York Business Plan competition on Friday, March 31, 2017. The competition allows graduate, undergraduate bachelor's, and undergraduate associate's degree students to pitch innovative ideas in six content areas: Social/Non-Profit, Clean Tech, IT/Software, Advanced Technology, Products, and Services. The twelve best teams (two from each area) advance to the statewide competition where the top prize is valued at $100,000. Apply to the competition here: http://apply.nybplan.com/en/challenge/2017-new-york-city-semifinal-competition
Metadata management is the oversight of data associated with data assets to ensure that information can be integrated, accessed, shared, linked, analyzed and maintained to the best effect across an organization. Join us at Galvanize’s brand new New York Campus to meet the DatSciTech team as they demo their latest open source data catalog project! The data catalog that the team has put together and plan to release as open source is analogous to the map, deed records of that data. Meet your Presenter: Arman Anwar, Co-Founder & CTO at DatSciTech. Arman has maintained a long-time passion for text analytics, machine learning, graph-based analytic methods, and artificial intelligence. His work has been instrumental to dramatically improving capabilities and performance for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, international startups, and non-profits.
Coinspace HQ, 5th Floor Suite B538 274 36th St. - Brooklyn, NY
We will be exploring how blockchain is intersecting with another major emerging technology: Internet of Things (IoT). It is believed that like FinTech, IoT also present another avenue for blockchain adoption. Exponential quantities of sensor-to-server data or machine-to-machine micropayments can be securely and transparently transmitted through decentralized blockchain protocols. To facilitate this discussion,we will have following Speakers present their companies: 1) Larry Temlock, Co-Founder & CFO of The Sun Exchange, 2) Joel Reyes, Co-Founder & CEO of HueCore, 3) Kevin Chen, Coinspace member presenting IOTA-Tangle. These presentations will be made in an informal format, and the audience will be encouraged to pitch in any of their thought, feedback, or idea. Following these presentation, we can do a group open-ended discussion of other ways blockchain can affect IoT and vice versa, and any potential takeaways and/or action plans. Get excited and we'll see you then!
iOSoho - New York City's largest iOS Engineer Meetup
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Code Driven is a developer-only community and it is completely free to join and attend. This month, we're thrilled to welcome: •Ed Burnett, VP Engineering at Namely •Baldur Gudbjornsson, VP Engineering at Architizer. Our featured job of the month: frame.ai is looking for a backend / API engineer to help bring Artificial Intelligence to conversations. A special thanks to our Code Driven sponsor, Bamboo Talent. Bamboo Talent is the premier recruiting firm representing engineers and engineering leadership.
On February 15th we will have Ian Fenn join us to give a talk on designing UX portfolios.Talk Description: Portfolio required: two words that fill UX designers with dread, regardless of their experience. We’re often experts at sharing our users' stories, but find it difficult to share our own. Like them or not, UX portfolios are here to stay. They're a vital part of the recruitment process. The right one can get you the interview - and your dream job. •Discover how designing a UX portfolio can actually change your life •Learn how UX portfolios differ from other design portfolios •Understand why and how others will use your UX portfolio •Learn what hiring managers and recruiters expect from a UX portfolio •Discover how to prepare, curate and write your UX portfolioPlus, all attendees will receive a significant discount on Ian Fenn's UX Portfolio template and the upcoming O'Reilly Media book 'Designing a UX Portfolio'. Ian Fenn is an independent design consultant in London where he helps startups, corporations and other businesses get UX design done.
Work-Bench 110 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor - New York, NY
For our February meetup we have a panel and two exciting companies demoing their technologies: •Alluvium - Drew Conway, founder and CEO of Alluvium, will present a demonstration of the company's core technology platform: Floodplain. In this demo, Drew will a single use case of Floodplain supporting real-time asset analysis for prescriptive maintenance. •DotAlign - provides relationship intelligence and productivity software that helps professionals “connect the dots” on opportunities, introductions, and next steps. The software privately analyzes unstructured data such as email, CRM, social, and market data. Our patent-pending approach, “distributed big data analysis,” avoids triggering the usual anxieties for compliance, IT, and end-users. Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
At this meetup, you will learn more about the Kaggle community and how Kaggle competitions work. It is best known as the platform hosting the $3 million Heritage Health Prize. Competitions have resulted in many successful projects including furthering the state of the art in HIV research, chess ratings, and traffic forecasting. A key to this is the effect of the live leaderboard, which encourages participants to continue innovating beyond existing best practice. The winning methods are frequently written up on the Kaggle blog. Meet your Presenter: Jennylyn Sy, Data Scientist, and Machine Learning Engineer. She has worked with big and small data and has a domain expertise in business strategy and operations for both multinational and start-up settings. Jenny’s skills include Python for machine learning, predictive modeling, feature engineering and big data analytics.
Shutterstock, Empire State Building 350 5th Avenue, 21st Floor - New York, NY
The wonderful folks at Condé Nast have kindly invited our CUNY Tech Meetup members to visit their beautiful lower Manhattan offices on the evening of Wednesday, February 15th at 6:30pm! We will have the opportunity to see their beautiful office space in the financial district and hear from the engineers, designers and product managers behind WMagazine, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler and Vogue about what it's like to work inside Condé Nast and the technology behind these industry-leading media brands. Their panel discussion will be moderated by Jillian Tayeh, Condé Nast’s Tech Recruiter Panelists will include: Dan Simerman – Product Manager, W Magazine, Malcolm Dia – Designer, GQ, Sahand Nayebaziz – Software Engineer, Condé Nast Traveler, Jennie Shapira – Software Engineer, GQDanny Taveras – Software Engineer, SEO, Simone Hill – Software Engineer, Vogue. Condé Nast is generously providing light snacks and beverages as well. Please note that security will require full names so if you RSVP for yourself and a guest please send your guest's name to one of our organizers.
Microsoft (Across from Port Authority) 11 Times Square (42nd St. @ 8th Avenue) - New York, NY
This month we are concentrating on VR Content and have several amazing presenters as well as demo's. Alissa Crevier - Littlstar Alissa Crevier is the Global Head of Brand Partnerships at Littlstar, a premium distribution platform dedicated to showcasing the most immersive VR/360 content around the globe. Bracey Smith - The Dream Cube. Bracey will be presenting and demo'ing his creation called The Dream Cube. The Dream Cube is a first of its kind spatial puzzle experience for Virtual Reality. Not quite a game. More than just a story. Loren Abdulezer - Evolving Technologies Corp. Loren will be demo'ing Evolving Tech's latest creation for Discovery Communications, a VR pod that allows attendees to be transported across the world to amazing Discover VR destinations. I will have a signup sheet upon arrival and will block time in 5 minute intervals in order to get as many people thru the demo’s as possible.
Introduction to Sendence Wallaroo: An industrial-grade streaming data platform. Presented by Vid Jain, Founder & President of Sendence and John Mumm, Lead Engineer. Wallaroo turns a group of servers into an industrial-grade processing platform that acts like a single low-cost and highly scalable system. Real-time applications built with Wallaroo are significantly faster than other approaches and get data accuracy, exactly-once processing, an in-memory data store, and resiliency. We will talk about use cases including an electronic trading position keeping system that requires sub-millisecond response time and a cloud monitoring service that requires processing of millions of messages per second. Additionally, we will discuss why we built Wallaroo, the architecture, and the challenges of building a distributed industrial-grade platform.
Rise New York 24 W 24th St. , 2nd Floor - New York, NY
Flash Pitch, a pitch series that puts 6 companies in front of 3 top tier investors for a 2 minute pitch. They'll ask the hard questions and provide actionable feedback for the founders to make into reality. We bring together investors, founders, and startup enthusiasts to watch visionaries like yourself pitch their companies in a FLASH. *PIZZA & BEER always Included! Confirmed Investors: 1) Charlie O'Donnell, Partner at Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, 2) Lucy Wang, Venture Capitalist at Greycroft Partners, 3) Tony Peccatiello, Principal at Social Starts
This 30-minute trip will fly you past the moon (a brief history of Monte Carlo technique) and then you will play among the stars by doing your very own single team forecasting. With that under your belt, we're off to see what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars by having you scale the technique to forecast when multiple teams will be passing out of the solar system on their way to Alpha Centauri. Speaker: Norbert Winklareth has worked in the software development industry for 36+ years: moving from junior programmer to CTO. He followed this with a stint as an Agile Consultant and for the past few years worked first for an online travel company and then for a bank, to try to help both of them work more effectively.
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.
Whole Foods 270 Greenwich Street Greenwich & Warren Streets (Lower Manhattan/Tribeca) - New York, NY
TJBot --a DIY programmable cardboard robot powered by Watson -- made his debut at the Watson Developer Conference (Nov 2016). TJBot is designed as a platform for makers to experience and experiment with ‘embodied cognition’ – the idea of embedding AI technology into devices, objects and spaces they already interact with. In this talk, Victor Dibia Post-Doctoral Researcher with the IBM Cognitive Environments Lab will provide an overview of Watson services and how they are enabling use cases for natural interactions on the TJBot platform. He will also provide an overview of the TJBot design journey and insights based on feedback from the maker/developer community. Victor Dibia is a Post-Doctoral Researcher with the Cognitive Environments Lab at IBM research, where he works with a multi-disciplinary team of designers, UI and UX engineers, software developers, and researchers in prototyping and evaluating intelligent multi-modal, multi-user interfaces for cognitive environments.
Learn how to channel what your players are saying into meaningful data that will make your games better! Creating an impactful user experience means that you actually have to involve your players in the process. And what better way to do that, than by testing your game with them? Join us for a 2-hour class, where you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of how to get the most out user testing. We will dive deeper into why testing is important in the first place, provide tips that will help you conduct an effective user testing session on your own, and teach you how to synthesize that information into meaningful iterations. Roll up your sleeves, because this class will be thorough! A lot of this session will include actually user testing games with your peers. Anyone with the drive to learn is welcome! (Yes, that means you). Come to class prepared with a bold writing utensil (sharpie or marker), your laptop and charger. See you there! **Must bring your own laptop**
Come learn specific tips and tactics that you can use to engage the senior most buyers at your target accounts. More importantly, learn how to keep them engaged in the sales process to prevent being pushed down the org chart. We'll discuss how senior leaders think about their businesses and how you can use that to tailor your pitch, drive consensus, and maintain the senior level endorsement that closes deals faster. Panelists include: Mike Scher, CEO of FrontlineSelling, Howard Koval, VP Market Insights at 1010data, Spencer Forrest, Chief Revenue Officer, CorpU
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: TBS. Schedule: 6:00 (sharp!) - 6:30: Speed Networking & Pizza, 6:30 - 7:30: Welcome/Startups present, 7:30 - 8:15: Speaker, 8:15+: Closing remarks/head to Ainsworth (local bar) with food/drink specials. 3 great startups to present. •OpenSponsorship - two-sided marketplace connecting brands to the worlds' largest network of sponsorship. •Wine 'n Dine - a service that allows consumers to quickly and easily find places to eat. •Wellthy - the one place for your chronic and elder care needs.
DigitalOcean 101 Avenue of the Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
Joe Lubin (Ethereum) is a Canadian entrepreneur and a co-founder of blockchain computing platform Ethereum, a decentralized application platform incorporating a virtual machine that executes peer-to-peer contracts paid for via micropayments of the cryptocurrency ether. He is the founder of Consensus Systems, a Brooklyn-based software studio building decentralized applications. ConsenSys is one of the largest and fastest-growing companies in blockchain. As a software engineer and consultant, Joe worked with eMagine on the Identrus project, and was involved in the founding and operation of a hedge fund with a partner. Switching gears, Joe moved to Kingston, Jamaica to work on projects in the music industry. Two years into his musical endeavors, Joe co-founded the Ethereum Project, and has been working on Ethereum and ConsenSys since January 2014. Agenda: 6:30 pm: Meet & greet over food & drinks, 7:00 pm: Fireside chat w/ Joe Lubin, 8:00 pm: Networking after party
WeWork Charging Bull 25 Broadway Floor 10 - New York, NY
Join Program Director David Yourgrau at our New York campus to learn how Startup Institute can help you build a career you’ll be passionate about. Hear about how our program will catapult you into the growing innovation economy in the areas of web development, web design, digital marketing, or sales and account management. We’ll give you insight into our unique methodology and answer your questions about coursework, partnerships, instructors, alumni engagements, and success rates of our graduates. You'll also have the opportunity to meet some of our alumni and hiring partners.
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