If you're wanting to focus more on listening than arguing, here's a podcast where Ana Marie Cox, political columnist and culture critic, sits down with liberals and conservatives, pastors, writers, activists, and other people you should know for an open, funny, in-depth conversation about what divides us.
Researchers in Australia have calculated that extending daylight saving there throughout the year would reduce the number of koalas killed by motorists by some eight per cent. If that's not enough reason to fix this clock management mess, I don't know what is. Happy Daylight Savings Time!
I'll be running the Race for Reentry on 4/23 (right after the 4mi NYRR race--so if anyone wants to cycle up after with me, let me know) which is a fundraiser that Cornell Tech's Jen Ellison-Lackard works with to create a path to productive citizenship for folks reentering their communities after incarceration. They’re holding the first of many events in the Bronx on April 23. Since nearly 24,000 incarcerated individuals were released in NY State last year, she’s focusing on a critical corner of economic viability for the city.
And now, the CBO says that over 12,000 people will get back to our show, with no additional costs...
Join us as Kevin Beason of Addepar will lead the group in an interactive session understanding Ember's router! Note: Given this building's security, please RSVP with your full name and bring an ID to 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 by 12 PM Friday, March 10th! Your RSVP on our Meetup page does NOT admit you to the event!!! SPEAKERS: 1.) Daniel Leonardis, Software Engineer at Major League Baseball. Platform Independent Architecture: The talk is at a high level to try and get Android engineers and iOS engineers to work together. The realization is that MVP and VIPER are the exact same architectural patterns. With that understanding I discuss how software requirements and design patterns can be used before implementation can begin. The code snippets come from the NHL application which was first launched by MLB in Feb of 2016. 2.) Building Interfaces at Instagram, Dustin Shahidehpour, iOS Engineer at Instagram. Building a UI can be difficult, especially in a growing company. Dustin is going to describe some tips/tricks he has learned while refactoring code within the Instagram and Facebook apps, and will show you some open-source tools you can use to improve your own process too.
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
Guest Speaker: Nick Sonnenberg, cofounder, Leverage. Learn: 1) how to build an MVP with no money 2) tools to manage a remote team 3) your not to-do list is more important than your todo list. More about Nick: A serial entrepreneur with a passion for creating companies that disrupt the way people live. Nick is the co-founder of Leverage and the former CEO of CalvinApp. Before making the jump to the startup technology space, Nick spent more than eight years on Wall Street as a high frequency algorithmic trader. His personal mission is to help busy entrepreneurs and executives optimize their lives in a meaningful way and help them go from idea to execution in as few steps as possible. In addition to his professional interests, Nick is an avid chess player, traveler, and athlete.
Brooklyn Experimental Media Center at NYU Tandon School of Engineering 2 Metrotech Ctr, Fl 8th, Brooklyn, New York 11201 - Brooklyn, NY
WORKSHOP FEE: $20 (early bird) / $40 (standard) ATTENDEES MUST PAY AND REGISTER AT: http://bit.ly/selfdrivetruck ****** Join us for the special, interactive workshop that will combine learning, networking, and thought-provoking discussion on an emerging technology that is developing quicker than we can wrap our brains around it. Our expert guest presenter, Seth Clevenger (Technology Editor for Transport Topics Magazine), who writes extensively about driverless trucks and the technology that powers them, will offer unique, insider information into this explosive innovation. Guest Presenter: Seth Clevenger, Technology Editor, Transport Topics iTech Magazine (iTech covers intelligence, technology and solutions for trucking).
Fill your day with inspiration and intention. Join us for an unforgettable farm-to-table 'midnight' brunch with Glen Senk (creative leader, private equity exec, former CEO of Urban Outfitters) and Brian Bordainick (Head of Innovation for Hudson's Bay Company, former CEO of Dinner Lab)! The evening will feature: *Inspirational fireside chat with Glen & Brian 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 'midnight' brunch. Become a member to enjoy events at big discounts & with exclusive perks. Sign up for our newsletter for exclusive promo code.
Work-Bench 110 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor - New York, NY
For our March meetup we have a keynote and two exciting companies demoing their technologies: Our keynote will be from Jennifer Johnson, a seasoned enterprise marketing executive who was most recently CMO of Tanium, and before that a Partner at a16z and CMO of Coverity. •Hickory Training - the first training platform that predicts when your employees will forget and the only one that makes sure it doesn’t happen. They've developed a new way to think about learning and Brian Tobal (CEO) will show a quick demo along with the results from early customers. •Infolio - the award-winning digital workplace platform for optimal team collaboration developed by Com Tec Co, an international technology group with 15+ years of experience providing enterprise applications for Global 500 customers. Infolio was named 2016 Digital Workplace “Cool Vendor” by Gartner, and was awarded “Top Digital Workplace Solution” in the 2016 Citibank Smarter Worklife Challenge. Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
Squarespace 8 Clarkson St, 12th Floor - New York, NY
We are pleased to announce that after a bit of a hiatus, Clojure NYC is back! We’ll be hosting the first Clojure NYC meetup of 2017 at 7pm on March 15th at Squarespace. This month we will make up for lost time by hosting a series of lightning talks around the theme of Covert Clojure. If you’re using Clojure for work at the fringes of your enterprise Java stack, if you jack into your REPL after the kids have gone to bed, if you sneak your colleagues Clojure code when your boss isn’t looking, or if you write Clojure tools on sick days, then we’d love to hear from you. Talks will be 5 to 15 minutes long. We are looking for speakers for this meetup and also future events. So if you have something in line with this month’s theme, perfect. If not, reach out anyway. Finally, with this and all Clojure NYC meetups, feel free to bring your laptop for hacking and any Clojure questions or problems. There will be an opportunity to hang with your peers and get help with anything at all Clojure-related.
What does AI need from you? Forum on artificial intelligence and humanistic concerns. Relations between human and machine learning have entered a new phase. Ever increasing computational power, combined with almost limitless data, has led to a turning point in the abilities of artificial forms of intelligence. Artificially intelligent systems are quickly infiltrating our civic and personal lives; the need to assess the implications of human-robot (AI) interaction is more important than ever. Within the context of our growing human-computer relationship, AI Assembly invites NEW INC members and guests interested in AI to discuss the social and ethical dimension of the relations between humans and artificial intelligence.
The Flatiron School 11 Broadway, Suite 260 - New York, NY
Calling all women in tech! Come out for a fun night of networking and candid discussion about the hiring landscape for female engineers. We'll have plenty of drinks and snacks, panelists and moderator TBA! Schedule for the night: •6:30pm - Mingling •7:00pm - Panel Discussion •7:40pm - Q&A •8:00pm - Mingling (food and drinks) See you there!
Gotham Media's annual VC Forum brings together leaders in the world of venture capital for a discussion of what's hot and what entrepreneurs and investors can look forward to over the year ahead. Then there's the networking fueled by our signature spirits tastings and cocktails. Join us for a great discussion with some of the CIty's leading VC's. PANELISTS INCLUDE: LIZA BENSON Partner, StarVest Partners, ANDY DUNN Founder and CEO, Bonobos; Founder, Red Swan Ventures, JOHN FRANKEL Partner, ff Venture Capital, JAY LEVY Partner, Zelkova Partners, CHARLIE O'DONNELL Partner, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, SCOTT KURNIT, Founder of About.com, Keep.com, In Demand, Showtime Event TV.
Join us for a quick overview of open source offerings at Mozilla! Aside from Firefox, Mozilla builds products to help people feel safer on the web, and to ensure the web remains a global public resource accessible to all. In this meetup, we'll go over the current Mozilla products and programs related to privacy and cyber security, providing you with an overview of open source tools you can leverage to protect your digital identity online, and incorporate privacy for your users into your own projects. We'll followup with a short intro to a few security tools that you might incorporate into your daily workflows. Light refreshments will be provided but feel free to bring a snack or drink. The nominal fee for this event supports the GDI Group to bring even more great events to you, any leftover proceeds to go the GDI scholarship fund. ***Note*** The building locks at 7, so try to be on-time, or message @auremoser on Twitter if you're stuck.
MakerBot 1 Metrotech Center 21st floor - Brooklyn, New York
MakerBot is thrilled to support the upcoming NYC Business Plan Competition hosted by Long Island University's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, where students will pitch their businesses to a panel of judges. In support of these young entrepreneurs, MakerBot will host a 3D printing and design Mentorship Day at its headquarters on March 17. At the Mentorship Day, we invite all participating teams to attend and receive hands-on 3D printing experience, as well as learn more about subjects like software, manufacturing, and marketing from MakerBot’s in-house experts. Working with 3D printing develops strong design thinking skills, and offers powerful prototyping and concept modeling capabilities that are especially valuable for startups and entrepreneurs. This program is limited to 30 students who will be applying to the Competition.
Rise New York 43 West 23rd Street Fl 2 - New York, NY
Join us for Startup Weekend NYC: Internet of Things + Artificial Intelligence Edition, featuring our awesome partners, Techstars IoT (+AI) NYC, Cemex Ventures, and many others! We welcome an all-star set of judges, including Adam Carver of AngelList, Jenny Fielding of Techstars, Patrick Givens of VaynerMedia, Jay Levy of Zelkova Ventures, Jon Peachey of Virgin USA and Filip, and Heather Zhuang of Two Sigma Ventures (see "Judges" section below). Following up an incredible Techstars IoT 2016 cohort this past fall, we are looking to inspire the next class of applicants for the Techstars IoT (+ AI) 2017 cohort plus a whole new group of people interested in learning the process for taking ideas from concept to creation in a matter of days. Should you choose to apply, the Techstars IoT (+AI) 2017 accelerator application deadline is Monday, April 9. You can find the application page here.
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
6:00 - Food and chat, 6:15 - Introduction to @ngrx/store, 7:00 - Mimic with NativeScript. IMPORTANT: Please use your FULL REAL NAME and bring your ID. Talks: NGRX Intro By Aziz Yokubjonov. I will be walking you through the fundamentals of @ngrx/store as well as its benefits and alternatives. Other topics to be discussed are centralized state, testing, DevTools and pure functions. Seamless server mocks for NativeScript and web applications By Ilya Gelman – Head of NYC Office at 500Tech. Mimic is an open source tool for imitating server responses for web and hybrid applications. In this talk you will learn about the tool, how to use it with NativeScript, the technical challenges we faced, and real-life problems we had, have and will have by making it open-source.
Come hear a panel of experts discuss how CUNY is preparing women for the tech workforce, and how computer science and entrepreneurship skills prepare women at CUNY for the NYC digital economy. We'll hear from the folks who run WitNY, as well as the Director of Continuing Education and Workforce Programs, and the Sr. Director of K-12 Education at Cornell Tech. Moderator - Diane Levitt, Sr. Director of K-12 Education for Cornell Tech. Speakers - Ann Kirschner, Special Advisor to the Chancellor of The City University of New York (CUNY) and former Dean of Macaulay Honors College, Judith Spitz, Verizon Executive in Residence at Cornell Tech, head of WiTNY, Valerie Westphal, University Director of Continuing Education and Workforce Programs at CUNY.
Haskell Hidden Gems is a series of talks by Brian Hurt on libraries that he considers often underappreciated. This talk will focus on the conduits library for doing streaming, side-effectful code in Haskell. Note that we are meeting again at SwitchApp, and on a Monday rather than our regular Wednesday.
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. AGENDA: Our new online preparatory skills support, The in-class immersive experience, Two months of post-program career support
**Please RSVP on both the Splash Page and our Meetup Page. You must RSVP in BOTH places to attend** Join us for what's sure to be an awesome night in AI! We're excited to be hosting Dennis Mortensen, founder and CEO of x.ai, who will be talking about "Key Learnings of Building an AI Autonomous Agent Using Supervised Learning". Wine + Beer + AI + Networking = The Best Tuesday ever!
Spotify 45 W 18th St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10011 - New York, NY
In this talk, we'll discuss how you can integrate performance testing into your company's development cycle, and illustrate how detecting and fixing performance issues early leads to faster sites with a better user experience and correspondingly higher consumer engagement, loyalty, and renewable revenue. From hacking into sites as a penetration tester, to optimizing performance for the Fortune 500, Billy Hoffman (@zoompf) has over a decade of deep technical experience into the inner workings of complex web applications. He has spoken at industry conferences such as Velocity and has been a contributing author for O’Reilly’s Web Performance Daybook. At Rigor, Billy is the Director of Product where he focuses on delivering best-in-class performance software. Outside of work, Billy enjoys refinishing rooms in his house and spending time with his wife Jill and their two daughters.
New York Tech is bigger than ever. As the industry grows, along comes excitement, opportunity, but also equal complexity. What does it take to navigate the New York Tech scene? How do tech innovation and coworking communities play into the future of Work? How can you get involved? Join us for a Q&A and presentation. Refreshments provided. About Nate Cooper: Nate is the founder of Reboot at qLabs, an education company in NYC. After working in marketing at Apple Inc, Nate has established himself within the New York tech and entrepreneurial community writing on the subject of business strategy. Forbes said Nate is “deeply embedded in the New York tech scene, giving practical and insightful advice..”. His writing has appeared in Mashable and his book Build Your Own Website: A Comic Guide to HTML, CSS and WordPress has been a bestseller in Programming: CSS books on Amazon.com.
Stack Overflow 110 William Street 28th Floor - New York, NY
A StackUp is an event where the lead technologists or designers of a pre-screened set of companies show off what they do and how they do it - from a tech point of view. For this StackUp, only developers can attend. Each StackUp focuses on a different language or platform. At this StackUp, hear lead engineering managers share best practices on managing tech teams. Get an inside look into how New York City startups develop their engineering management strategy. Speakers will share engineering management methodologies/philosophies, what makes their team unique, the challenges/constraints they come across, what has worked well/what hasn't, unique choices they have made, etc. This is a developers only event. Some of our Presenters include: Lambert Wixson, Arrowsight - Video-driven business intelligence platform. Justin Moses, MongoDB - Database for GIANT ideas
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.Sign up for our mailing list to hear first about every upcoming meetup! Sign up for our mailing list •This event is open to general public. •Our Code of Conduct is in effect at all of our events. SPEAKERS: Improving App Navigation for Vision-Impaired Users - Claire Lynch, iOS Developer at Prolific Interactive. iOS & In-development Hardware - Julie Yaunches, Lead Software Engineer at Grow Labs.
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