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Thursday December 1
Join the Venture Hub at the Burlington County Library for Return of the Startup StorySlam, Thursday, Dec. 1, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM at Burlington County Library ,5 Pioneer Blvd, Westampton, NJ. “Join us for a food- and fun-filled evening featuring host Andy Meehan, the originator of Startup StoryslamTM. In this venue, volunteer contestants have five minutes to tell a compelling story for a panel of judges. The winner is judged based on content and presentation, and awarded a prize at the end. The theme is COURAGE.” RSVP here.
Fubar Labs is holdings its Open Hack Night Thursday Dec. 1, 100 Jersey Avenue Suite B-103, New Brunswick, NJ. RSVP here.
Friday Dec. 2
The Central NJ Drupal Group holds Drupal drop-in and co-working, 2PM to 5PM, Friday Dec. 2 at the Princeton University Web Development Services, 893 Alexander Rd., Princeton NJ. RSVP here.
Join the Linux on Z System Customer Council meetup around virtualization and the open source ecosystem, Friday Dec. 2 8:30AM to 1 PM. Location is only given to those who sign up. RSVP here.
Saturday, December 3
The Office of Innovation is hosting Hackathon JC: Hack into Sustainability on Saturday, Dec. 3 at &Co Coworking (201 Montgomery Street). The Hackathon Challenge will be to create something innovative to encourage sustainability in Jersey City by using Jersey City’s Open Data Portal, information from city agencies, and the events of the day. Register here.
Code for Newark presents Intramural Coding Club: Learn Swift for iOS, Saturday Dec. 3, 9:30 AM at the Weequahic park Fieldhouse, Dayton/Weequahic Park, Meeker Ave entrance, Newark. RSVP here.
Jersey Shore Tech is holding the Lakehouse Complex Grand Opening with a Free Day of Coworking, Saturday Dec. 3 from 11AM to 7PM at Cowerks 619 Lake ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park. "The Lakehouse Complex, a three-story creative complex and home of Cowerks, will be hosting an all day event with live performances, one-day sales, exclusive tours, and more. Festivities will start at 11:00 AM on Saturday, December 3rd and will wrap up around 7PM." RSVP here.
Sunday, December 4
Maker Depot Makerspace, MakerBar and the NJ Drone User Group present "Go flying with the NJ Drone User Group" Sunday, Dec. 4 at 1:30 PM. For Location, check the NJ Drone User Group calendar. RSVP here.
FUBAR Labs -Hackerspace in New Brunswick holds its Arduino Study Group, Sunday Dec. 4, 3PM at FUBAR Labs 100 Jersey Avenue, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.
Monday, December 5
The Old Bridge Public Library Makerspace presents Intro to 3D Printing, Monday Dec. 5 at 7PM at the Idea Farm-Old Bridge Public Library 1 Old Bridge Plaza, Old Bridge NJ. RSVP here.
Tuesday, December 6
The Central Jersey Tech Meetup presents "Lessons Learned: Writing a successful Chat Spam Filter by Shawn Milochik" Tuesday Dec. 6, 6:45 PM at TelTech Offices, 101 S. Broadway, South Amboy. "One of our own regulars, Shawn Milochik, will be presenting his learned experienced fighting and ultimately winning to create a successful SPAM filter for a chat client. As he puts it, come learn about "fun techniques that failed, cool (and boring) ones that worked, and how to filter spam successfully by ignoring the industry best-practice."Register here.
The NJ Tech Council will hold Tech Day Dec.6 from 9AM to 4PM, at Rutgers New Brunswick. This year’s Tech Day will offer a day of keynotes and panels discussing the latest trends in tech transfer, commercialization and data analytics and science. In addition, there will be demos and exhibits which will focus on AI/VR/AR as well as robotics. Come to one or stay for both events! Register here.
Brick City Tech and other meetups will participate in the CUEED Pipeline to Inclusive Innovation National Town Hall on Tuesday Dec. 6, 2016, 9AM to 1PM, 15 Washington Street, Newark. The object is to increase interest in federal innovation and technology commercialization programs. Participants in the National Town Hall include: ?The Director of the US Minority Business Development Agency, Alejandra Castilla, Esq.A NASA Representative;Professor Jeffrey A. Robinson, Ph.D., Rutgers Business School;Minority Business Enterprise participants in SBIR or STTRRepresentatives from fdederal agency outreach offices;A continental breakfast will be served. About CUEED PIICUEED PII is a federally funded initiative led in partnership with the SBA's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. This highly competitive program encourages domestic small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) that has the potential for commercialization. Through a competitive awards-based program, SBIR enables small businesses to explore their technological potential and provides the incentive to profit from its commercialization. Register here.
The NJ Data Science -Apache Spark meetup will tackle "Which customers will purchase a quoted insurance? Hands-on workshop (Kaggle), Tuesday Dec. 6, 7PM, at Princeton University Lewis Library Rm 138. "Homesite, a leading provider of homeowners insurance, does not currently have a dynamic conversion rate model that can give them confidence a quoted price will lead to a purchase. Homesite is challenging you to predict which customers will purchase a given quote." Register here.
Wednesday, December 7
The New Jersey Azure User Group presents Azure Data Lake, Wed. Dec.7 5:30 PM to 7 PM at Microsoft, 101 Wood Ave. S. Iselin."Azure Data Lake includes all the capabilities required to make it easy for developers, data scientists, and analysts to store data of any size, shape, and speed, and do all types of processing and analytics across platforms and languages. It removes the complexities of ingesting and storing all of your data while making it faster to get up and running with batch, streaming, and interactive analytics. Let us focus on Azure data lake for our Dec meetup." RSVP here.
Code for Newark is presenting Hacknight at Audible Wednesday Dec. 7, 6:30 PM to 9PM at Audible inc. One Washington Place, Newark. RSVP here.
NJ Drone User Group is holding a Build Config and Test meeting Wednesday Dec. 7 6:30 PM at Maker Depot 60 Commerce Way, Suite F, Totowa RSVP here
The Pluralsight Web Tech Classes @ The Summit Public Library will be studying WebApps with AngularJS, Wednesday Dec. 7, 6:45PM, Summit Free Public Library, 75 Maple Street, Summit. RSVP here
MakerBar will hold its "Mobile Mad-ness Wednesday--Explore New Mobile Tech" Wed. Dec. 7, 7PM at MakerBar 38 Jackson St. 3rd Floor Hoboken. RSVP here.
Thursday, December 8
The North Jersey Python/Django Developers Group will discuss Using Cython for embedding and extending C modules, Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 6:30 PM at Drew University, 36 Madison Ave, Madison NJ. The speaker is Vladimir Ulogov, senior reliability engineer at Adobe. RSVP here.
The Venture Hub at the Burlington County Library System presents Pitch Perfect, Thursday, Dec. 8, 6PM at the Burlington County Library 5 Pioneer Blvd, Westhampton NJ. RSVP here.
Maker Depot makerspace presents Introduction to 3D design for 3D printing, Thursday Dec. 8, 6:30 PM, at Maker Depot, 60 commerce Way, Suite F, Totowa. $45. RSVP here.
Central NJ Drupal Meetup will focus on "Content staging in Drupal 8" Thursday, Dec. 8, 7PM at the Friend Center, Princeton University, corner of Olden and Williams St. Princeton. RSVP here.
MakerBar's Micro-controller Special Interest Group takes place Thursday Dec. 8, 7 PM to 10 PM at Hoboken MakerBar, 38 Jackson St. 3rd Floor Hoboken. Explore electronics, coding, and creative technology at our monthly Micro-controller night. RSVP here.
The North Jersey Web Design & Adobe Tools Group meets Thursday Dec. 8, 7:30 PM at Panera Bread Fair Lawn, 23-02 Fair Lawn Ave, Fair Lawn NJ RSVP here.
The Northern NJ Programmer's Meetup takes place Thursday, Dec. 8, 7:30 PM at Panera Bread in Fair Lawn, 23-2 Fair Lawn Ave, Fair Lawn NJ. RSVP here.
Friday, December 9
The Central NJ Drupal Group holds Drupal drop-in and coworking Friday Dec. 9, 2PM, Princeton University Web Development Services, 683 Alexander Rd. Princeton. It's a weekly coworking opportunity for web-tech folks. RSVP here.
Code For Newark is turning three and holding a bash Friday December 9, 7:30 PM at Martini 494, 494 Broad Street, Newark. It has indeed been three years, like a child we've grown a lot and are still figuring somethings out. Join us techies, designers, coders, 'treps (that's you business folks and suits), artists, hackers, data miners, laymen, Elon Musk... EVERYBODY as we wrap up Computer Science Education Week and Hour of Code in Newark." RSVP here.
Saturday, December 10
Code for Newark features the Intramural Coding Club: Learn Swift for iOS, Sat. Dec. 10 at 9:30 AM at the Weequahic Fieldhouse, Dayton/Weeqahic Park, Meeker Ave entrance, Newark. RSVP here.
The Central NJ Design Meetup and Cowerks presents NJ UX Design Bootcamp: How to Prototype your App Ideas, Saturday Dec. 10, 10AM to 4PM at Cowerks: Asbury Park Coworking community 619 Lake Ave 3rd Floor, Asbury Park. "A user experience and web design bootcamp for beginners that delivers the perfect blend of theory + application." RSVP here.
Kaggle Princeton presents the 2015 PHM Data Challenge: Machine learning vs. domain knowledge, Saturday, Dec. 10 at Tigerlabs, 252 Nassau St. Princeton. Speaker is Zhen song, Research Scientist at Siemens Corp. RSVP here.
Sunday, December 11
The NJ Drone User Group is sponsoring a Fly-In over the meadow, Sunday Dec. 11, 12 PM. Location revealed to those who join. RSVP here.
MakerBar is sponsoring an AgTech Hackathon 1 PM Sunday Dec. 11, at MakerBar, 28 Jackson Street, 3rd Floor. Hoboken. "The goal is to make an end-to-end solution for gathering sensor data and offloading the data to a web server. The webserver and offloader have already been written, and the sensors and microcontroller hardware (raspi, raspi zero, and arduino uno) are provided. We are looking to write the code for reading the sensor data and sending it to the offloader in JSON format." RSVP here.
FUBAR Labs Hackerspace in New Brunswick will be hosting an Arduino Study Group, Sunday Dec. 11 from 3PM to 4PM at FUBAR Labs, 100 Jersey Ave, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. " Come learn how to program microcontrollers like Arduino. We can also troubleshoot projects together too." RSVP here.
Tuesday, December 13
NJ Entrepreneurs and Tech Startups will hold a meeting called -Take Care 2017: A Panel Talk on Progress, Positivity and Goals. "Want to create the best version of yourself and your business in the coming months? Join us for "Take Care 2017: A Panel Talk on Progress, Positivity, + Goals", an honest discussion amongst entrepreneurs on staying well while running a business." The meeting takes place Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 6PM at JuiceTank Innvovation Lab, 220 Davidson Street, Somerset. RSVP here.
Jersey Shore Tech is holding a Linode Breakfast & Day of Coworking, Tuesday Dec. 13, 9AM at Cowerks 619 Lake Ave. 3rd Floor, Asbury Park. Join us Tuesday for our weekly breakfast powered by Linode and stay for a day of coworking. Non-members $25 including breakfast. RSVP here.
The NJ Tech Meetup has scheduled a meeting for Tuesday Dec. 13 at 6PM at Howe Center, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken. Speaker hasn't been announced. $8. RSVP here.
The Association for Women in Computing NNJ Meetup Group presents How to Build Your Professional Image, Tuesday Dec. 13, 6PM to 9PM, Ranstad Technologies, Morris Corporate Center II, One Upper Pond Road, Building D, 3rd Floor, Parsippany. $10. RSVP here.
Wednesday December 14
NJ Strategic Design + Tech will hold a breakfgast and panel discussion of How to Prepare for the Media Interview 8AM to 10AM Wednesday Dec. 14, Bell Works, 101 Crawfords Corner Road, Holmdel, NJ. Learn the basics on how to prepare for a media event: interview, press conference or tv/radio spot. Whether you’ve been selected for a business spotlight or need to respond to media in crisis, there are ways to prepare before hand to make sure your message is clear and favorable. RSVP here.
The Old Bridge Public Library Makerspace will hold an Intro to 3D printing, Wed. Dec. 14, 4 PM at the Idea Farm-old Bridge Public Library. RSVP here.
Data Science + FinTech will discuss Evolution of FPGAs in Trading with Oliver Baetz, COO of Novasparks, Wednesday Dec. 14, 6 PM, at the qplum office, 185 Hudson Street, Suite 1620, Plaza 5, Jersey City. RSVP here.
Pluralsight Web Tech Classes @ The Summit Public Library holds WebApps with Angular JS, Wed. Dec. 14, 6:45 pM at the Summit Public Library 75 Maple Street, Summit. RSVP here.
Thursday December 15
The Princeton Tech Meetup and Code for Princeton present the Holiday Networking Event, Thursday Dec. 15, at the Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton $10. RSVP here.