And as late as July, no one would have thought it was possible.
Thank you, Mets, for a great season. Congratulations Kansas City. You deserved it.
We'll be back.
Congrats to everyone who joined me in yesterday's NYC Marathon--Elise Runde Voss of Upscored, Doug Bernstein at First Round Capital, UX Designer Sarah Doody, Sara Blask at Premise, and 50,000 others. I came in under four hours for the third and last (I swear!) time. I'll be sticking to tris, bike races, and lengths where I don't feel 36 going on 50.
Are you a marketing professional? Want to learn how companies like Squarespace and Oscar run their multi-channel marketing strategies? Join us a week from today as our Stackup Talks series extends to Marketing. Companies will come up and give an overview of their marketing "stack"--how they run their teams, what tools, they use, etc.
We've got a spot or two open if you run a marketing team and would like to present.
Live near Fort Greene/Clinton Hill? We've got one spot open for a group tech dinner on Wednesday. Reply if you're interested.
Also, anyone interested in hosting a 10-12 person dinner on 11/17? We split the cost of a chef and have locals in your neighborhood from the tech/startup community join. Hosts eat free.
Do you remember that first mentor, teacher, or friend who inspired you? Now is your chance to return that favor! Code Brooklyn is recruiting volunteers to lead “Hour of Code” computer science activities in Brooklyn classrooms during Computer Science week, December 7-13. Our goal is to help all 500+ Brooklyn public schools! Invite a friend or colleague and let’s show kids how much the Bk innovation community cares about them! No coding experience necessary! More info at www.codebrooklyn.org; sign up to help at volunteer.codebrooklyn.org.
hackster.io, a hardware hacking and learning site, is giving away AWS IoT Buttons to the top 20 ideas submitted to their IoT contest. The Amazon IoT Buttons are currently only available through the competition on hackster. Check it out.
And now, back to our show... but first the award for best innovation community Halloween costume goes to Jessi Arrington, Creighton Mershon, and their daughter Dottie Mae, whose Melnitz and Tully ensemble included their white station wagon and a Ghostbusters sign hanging outside the Townhouse where we work. Jessi's mom made the Stay Puft costume.
Events are intended for people who identify as women, which includes trans women. Our Code of Conduct applies to all events run by Women Who Code, Inc. So what exactly IS this group? This is a weekly group of intermediates and advanced participants. We meet every Monday and provide you with the space to continue your project or ideas of projects you can work on with other attendees over a period of several weeks and help for when you get stuck. Who is this event for? This event is for intermediates (members looking to start building a project or learn a framework) and advanced members (industry women looking for other fabulous engineers!), but beginners are welcome to attend as well. Please bring a laptop and either a Front-End enthusiast or newbie!
ThoughtWorks 99 Madison Ave., 15th Floor - New York, NY
With Git you can make it look like you’re the perfect programmer - one who never makes a mistake! In this fast paced, terminal driven session, learn advanced techniques for undoing almost anything with Git. Starting from the safety of a revert, we’ll dabble with commit –amend, three types of reset and the dreaded reflog. We’ll also look at rebase -i and how to undo things like a merge commit or even a fast forward merge. Join us for this demo-driven session presented by Bell, Founder and CEO of Wheelhouse.io.
Metropolitan Pavilian 125 West 18th Street - New York, NY
Please Note: You MUST register at nyc.uncubed.com in order to attend. Registrations through Meetup only will not be valid. Discount available below. On Tuesday, Nov. 3, join us at NYC Uncubed for a packed day of founder-led classes, tech talks, & 80+ of NYC's most exciting companies (collectively hiring for a few thousand jobs). Meet the teams behind hiring companies like: BuzzFeed, FanDuel, Vimeo, Jet.com, SeatGeek, Behance (Adobe), Oscar, Curalate, Shutterstock, OnDeck, Aol, WeWork, Greenhouse Software, Conductor, SOLS, Harry's, Rent the Runway, & many more. Plus tech talks with leaders like: Teresa Dietrich, CTO of Namely (former SVP of Tech Ops & Security, WebMD), John McKinney, CTO of Aol.com (former Head of Interactive, VICE Media), Ruby Anaya, Dir. of Product Management, WeWork (former Product Manager at Yahoo! & Aol), Courtney Sanchez, VP of BI & Analytics, Vimeo (former VP of Web Analytics at HBO), Chris Fahey, VP of Product Design, Spring (redesigned Huffington Post & Aol).
Knotel 33 West 17th Street, 5th Floor - New York, NY
This is event for those that have actually made a product in the field of emerging tech with Unity 3D. If you have made a VR product with Unity 3D please make sure to bring your product or prototype to showcase. You must come with a product you have made or with a guest who has made the product. The product must not have been made by a third party.It is advised that all inventors, makers, and entrepreneurs that will be attending bring more than one product in order to give to a social media influencer or blogger. At this event everyone is encouraged to share with other developers basic tech tips on how the product was developed. You are highly encouraged to share the basic knowledge you have with Unity 3D or other software that went into the process of making your product. Please make sure to RSVP on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/show-and-tell-makers-inventors-entrepreneurs-the-press-and-social-media-influencers-tickets-18624053044
CCNY @ NAC 5/110 138th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY - 10031, NY
*Please have a government issued form of ID with you. *We will be meeting at a new location, the North Academic Center of CCNY* This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or 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 posses a question, so bring questions! Some topics of discussion are: Install/configuration assistance/ (possibly a "getting started" guide), Documentation / Standards / "Best Practices," Current events/Conventions, Release testing/bug reporting, Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices) You may also find someone willing to debate VI vs Emacs (however don't expect a conclusion to it ! ) A laptop is not required but strongly recommended. (If you are working a problem, some log/debugging information will be required) Bring a project, topic or questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects.
PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH THIS EVENTBRITE PAGE (10% Discount Code For The UX Lab - motivate) Description: Learn what tools and methods UX designers use to lead businesses to success. You will also get tricks, strategy and info about: •Agile vs Lean vs Waterfall vs Scrum •Research Methods •User Testing •A/B Testing •Prototyping •Site Maps •Annotating Wireframes in Sketch •Working with Other Designers •Style Guides in Sketch •Sketch Plugins •UX Case Studies. FREE FOOD, BEER, WINE & NETWORKING. Limited space: 75 seats TICKETS REQUIRED. Hosted by Laurence Adrian, UX Design Lead at Dom & Tom. Dom & Tom is a full-service digital agency and an Inc 500 company.
Events are intended for people who identify as women, which includes trans women. Our Code of Conduct applies to all events run by Women Who Code, Inc. EVENT DETAILS: Lightning Talks are a series of 10 back-to-back 5 minute talks, covering a variety of technical topics. HOST: Eyeview is a video advertising technology company and the market leader in providing brands with ROI on their video advertising spend. Eyeview’s VideoIQ® platform infuses consumer, brand and retail data into a results-driven decisioning engine to programmatically deliver 1-to-1 personalized video. VideoIQ provides best-in-class access to highly viewable and guaranteed fraud-free inventory across television, desktop, tablet and mobile. Eyeview's platform can be provided as a managed service by Eyeview’s team of analysts, video producers, and campaign experts or through a self-service interface.
littleBits Pop-Up Store 355 West Broadway - New York, NY
Get Creative with IoT @ littleBits™ with littleBits™ Lab + More Learn about littleBits CloudBit and then get a chance to create cool connected devices at the new littleBits Pop-Up Store! We'll be hosting a session where you'll learn about littleBits cloudBit and have time to make your own creations in the littleBits Lab. ABOUT LITTLEBITS: littleBits™ is on a mission to Democratize Hardware by empowering everyone to Create Inventions, large and small, with a platform of easy-to-use Electronic Building Blocks. The company was founded in 2011 by MIT Media Lab graduate, TED Senior Fellow, and cofounder of the Open Hardware Summit, Ayah Bdeir.
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. 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: October 7, October 26 and October 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.
Convene Conference Center (b/w 52nd and 53rd) 810 7th Avenue - New York, NY
Big Data Everywhere New York is a half-day conference focused on Hadoop and surrounding technologies that will bring together users and developers to share their experience about these projects via multiple presentations and user success stories. Industry experts will exchange Hadoop knowledge, share best practices, and discuss Hadoop use cases. Big Data Everywhere New York Tickets are half-price for SQL/NoSQL NYC Meetup members - we can attend a big data conference for just 24-bucks! Registration includes free breakfast and a networking lunch! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-data-everywhere-new-york-tickets-18655442932. 50%-off discount code: SQLNYC
Mental Health and Entrepreneurship: A Conversation with Jerry Colonna and Jessica Lawrence. Entrepreneurs and business leaders in the startup and innovation world tend to learn early on that when they're asked "How's it going?" they're expected answer "We're killing it!" or "We're crushing it!" no matter what they're feeling on the inside. This expectation, coupled with the challenges of trying to launch and scale a business, often leave entrepreneurs suffering silently in the grips of depression and anxiety. At this event, we'll explore the topic of entrepreneurship, depression, and general mental health, kicking off with a conversation between Reboot.io founder Jerry Colonna and NY Tech Meetup Executive Director Jessica Lawrence, and then opening up to the audience for discussion.
Shutterstock, Inc 350 Fifth Avenue, 21st Floor - New York, NY
Join us for two front end talks on Wednesday evening at Shutterstock! Style Guide & Toolkit Adoption from Kyle Turman (Etsy). In the past year and a half, we at Etsy have been working on moving the site towards a standardized and modern style guide and web toolkit. As you can imagine this development has been no easy undertaking. I’ll talk about the hurdles we’ve had to face of launching, maintaining, and integrating the web toolkit into our day-to-day development. Practical PostCSS from Steve Blaurock: PostCSS has become a popular topic in the front end community lately. What's so appealing about this new CSS preprocessor? Let's dive in to understand what PostCSS aims to accomplish, how it compares to other preprocessors and how to integrate it within a modern tech stack. We will be having a look at the code involved in writing a PostCSS plugin, and perhaps explore some new ES6 features. We MUST close the RSVP 48 hours before the event (Monday, November 2nd) due to security requirements.
Raven's Head Public House 38-04 Broadway - Astoria, NY
TICKETS ON SALE THIS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21ST, AT 11AM! QueensJS is going strong with our 16th meeting on Wednesday, November 4th, 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 will be announced shortly. 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!
Wix Lounge 235 West 23rd St, 8th floor - New York, NY
Overview: “Brand” Everyone talks about it, very few really understand what it means. Here’s a secret…your brand is not your logo, it’s not your color scheme, or even your beautifully designed website... Brand is something much much more…Join us on November 5th at the Wix Lounge for a hosted panel of brand and branding experts as we discuss what “Brand” really is, and how to shape, build and even defend your unique brand identity.
Pivotal Labs 625 Avenue of the Americas 2nd Floor - New York, NY
THIS IS A PAID EVENT. PLEASE PURCHASE YOUR TICKET HERE. Shaun Johnson, Startup Institute. Shaun Johnson is a technologist, early adopter and helper of people. He is the co-founder of Startup Institute, an edtech company equipping individuals with the skills, access and mindset needed to make an immediate and positive impact on the startup venture they join. Previously, Shaun was an Associate at TechStars, the premier startup accelerator providing seed stage investment and mentorship. Before that, Shaun was a management consultant in Booz Allen Hamilton’s Strategic Technology & Innovation practice. He has advised companies across the emerging technology landscape, including smart grid energy, healthcare IT, broadband infrastructure & alternative assets.
Share, learn and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Some topics to expect...- Being Relevant - and more...Featured Product: Rocketrip from Kevin O'Neill, Product Person at Rocketrip: "I’m the VP of Engineering and Product lead at a startup thats now been kicking around for a couple of years, Rocketrip (http://rocketrip.com). Rocketrip provides companies a tool to help manage their overall spend on business travel by leveraging game mechanics to motivate employees to spend below dynamically set thresholds. Note: Please make sure your meetup.com information is up-to-date (incl. First & Last names). You will need to show ID matching the name you used to RSVP. Hope to see you there!
We are participating in a 3-chapter (New York, North Jersey, Hudson Valley) DevFest event with a focus on Firebase and Google Cloud Platform as the back-end technology, and your choice of front-end. We will have information soon. For now, please RSVP and get on the wait list for the event if you are interested in attending and we will reach out to you to confirm your participation. Since the event is open to 3 chapters we will have only a limited number of seats per chapter and will have to select participants based on some criteria. Here's the call for participation form you have to fill in: http://bit.ly/gdg-devfest2015-cfp
Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street - New York, NY
This session is made free by our sponsor General Assembly. Registration also available @ http://coinvent.co/events/ga. Anyone can benefit from improving their online reputation — and if you’re an entrepreneur, business owner, student, or job hunter, your reputation can have a tremendous impact on your success. In this class, you’ll learn the best practices for improving your online reputation and find out how to put your best foot forward. You’ll also learn Search Engine Optimization (SEO) principles, how to create content that you want showing up about you, and how to ensure it will rank well. Plus, you’ll learn emergency tactics for burying a negative result. Speaker: Patrick Ambron is the Co-Founder and CEO of BrandYourself.com, both the first DIY platform and leading service provider to help improve your online search results. Patrick is recognized as a leading expert in online reputation management and search engine optimization. BrandYourself.com. He was recognized by the White House as one of Empact's 100 Top CEOs under 30, named Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the SBA, and named to Inc Magazine's Top 35 Under 35. Most recently, Patrick represented BrandYourself.com on ABC's Shark Tank, where he walked away from a $2 million offer - one of the highest offers in the show's history.
This month we will talk with one of the most thoughtful CTOs in NYC - Camille Fourier. And hang out afterwards at a bar nearby. We like to hang out at Rye, which is at 11 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011, between Avenue of Americas and 5th. They have both drinks and food. http://ryehousenyc.com/
iOSoho - New York City's largest iOS Engineer Meetup
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Dave Grandinetti, Sr. iOS Engineer of Yahoo will discuss the problems of understanding legacy code and even thriving with it. Benjamin Wilson, Director of Mobile and Emerging Technology at Refinery29, focuses on user experience, rapid prototyping and behavior-driven development for both mobile web and native platforms. With over 70% of the company's 26 million monthly unique visitors accessing our content from their mobile device, Ben and team ensure quality while promoting experimentation through rigorous testing and a data-driven approach to product exploration. Ben approaches software development with a solution-oriented focus, keeping a keen eye toward seeing the woods through the trees.
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