Events

 

Check with organizers to make sure your event will be held in the event of inclement weather or cancellations.

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Each Wednesday The LaunchNJ Entrpreneurial Tech Hub holds a breakfast club at Panera Bread at 8 Am, Morris Street near the Train Station, in Morristown NJ The goal is to have a casual place for entrepreneurs to get feedback, network and share ideas. RSVP here.

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The New Jersey Linux User Group Meets the last Tuesday of the month from 7PM to 10PM at  Panera Bread, Rt. 4, Paramus, NJ. RSVP here.

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Microsoft Mobile Application Developers and Jersey Shore Tech will learn about Building Cross-Platform Native Mobile apps with C# & Xamarin (iOS, Android and Win) Saturday Nov. 1, 12:30 PM at Cowerks 619 Lake Ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park NJ. RSVP here. Purchase a ticket here.

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NJTC is trying something new. The group is hosting a live simulcast of the sold out NY Tech Meetup at two locations in New Jersey. They promise networking and an interaction with an angel investor. One simulcast will be Nov. 3 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM at WithumSmith+Brown's Red Bank Office, 331 Newman Springs Road, Red Bank. RSVP here.The second at WeiserMazars Metro Park area office, 399 Thornall Street. Edison. RSVP here. 

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BrickCity Tech, Scarlet Startups and Startup Newark are presenting How To Turn Your Followers into Customers Monday Nov. 3, 6:30 PM, Rutgers Business School, 1 Washington Park, Newark. 'If your looking to increase your followers on social media and actually turn them into paying customers this is the event to join! Learn some of the top social media hacks that can change your business. Understand if your business should be using Facebook, Linkedin, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, or Pintrest to reach new customers. And lastly, what makes the most shareable content.  You will also get hands on training with some of the top platforms to help, so bring your computer to the event or prepared to take detailed notes." RSVP here.

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Makerbar Mobile Monday Mad-ness Nov. 3 at 7 PM will explore new mobile technology. The event happens at Makerbar 38 Jackson St. 2nd Floor, Hoboken Share your mobile projects, listen to latest mobile development, or just see what some of the projects others are working on..... we encourage all to come and explore the mobile world with us. RSVP here.

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Launch NJ: Central NJ Entrepreneurial and Tech Hub is holding a cofounder match night Tuesday Nov. 4, 6:30 PM at Lam Cloud, 1 Farr View Drive, intersection of Cranbury South River Rd. and Prospect Plains Rd, Cranbury. If you haven't been to one of these, you should. New startups come out of the woodwork as do people looking to help them. RSVP here.

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On Nov. 4, the Morris Tech Meetup is holding a meetup with Vitals.com CEO Mitch Rothschild. Mitch grew Vitals.com to over 150  MILLION users to become one of the fastest growing NJ companies with a 392% growth rate according to Inc Magazine. The meeting takes place at the Orangerie at the Campus Library, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 285 Madison Ave, Madison, NJ. RSVP here.

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The NJ Big Data and Hadoop Meetup will discuss memSQL Distributed in-memory & column store engine Tues. Nov. 4 at 7 PM at 3525 Quakerbridge Rd. #1400 IBIS Office Plaza, Hamilton Township. RSVP here.

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On Tuesday Nov. 4, the Jersey Shore Tech Meetup will present JST #48, Augmented Reality and Augmented Asbury Park. Augmented Asbury Park is an augmented reality reconstruction of several key landmarks that once populated the Asbury Boardwalk. Monmouth U. Profs Mick Richison and Marina Vujnovic and Kean U's Ed Johnston will bring this story to JST. More information and RSVP here.

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Launch NJ is presenting a Fireside Entrepreneurship Chat Nov 5: If you are an aspiring entrepreneur or a startup who wants to get feedback this is a meeting you shouldn’t miss. RSVP here.

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The NJ Azure User Group will be presenting NOSQL Database in Asure, 5:30 PM Wed. Nov. 5, 2014, at Microsoft 101 Wood Ave. S. Islin NJ. RSVP here

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The NJ Tech Council is presenting a program on Information Security, Identity Theft and You. A panel of experts will talk about how as marketers tech companies have a responsibility to protect the personal data they collect. The meeting takes place 5 to 7 PM Nov. 5 at Delta Corporate Services, 129 Littleton Road, Parsippany. Members $25, non-members $50, Incubator members $10, Students $5. Register here. There are also workgroups associated with this event.

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NJ Cloud Architects meetup group is holding a meeting on Big Data in the Cloud: Amazon EMR +Kinesis with a Cloud Architect, Wed. Nov. 5 at 7 PM. The meeting takes place on the first floor of University Hall, UN1050, Montclair State University. Speaking will be Karan Bhatia who has formerly worked as a cloud architect at Amazon as well as the Joint Genomics Institute. RSVP here.

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Launch NJ Entrepreneurial Hub and Microsoft Mobile Applications Developers are offering a meetup called From Zero to Startup Hero: the Tools & Tech you need to Get off the Ground. 'Microsoft offers startups, entrepreneurs and indie developers great programs to support their new business. Get free software, free cloud services, free support, free hosting, free training and free access to experts to jumpstart and accelerate your business. Whether you’re an iOS, Android or Windows app developer, Python, PHP, HTML5 or ASP.NET web developer, whether you’re building on Windows or Linux, Microsoft has tools and technologies for you."Thurs. Nov. 6 at 6:30 PM, at Summit Coworking Space, 41 River Road, Summit NJ. RSVP here.

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The Executives Club of New Jersey is holding a meeting on Search Engine Optimization --the good, the bad and the ugly, Nov. 6 at 6 PM at the Parsippany Troy Hills Library, 449 Halsey Rd., Parsippany-Troy Hills. RSVP here.

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LOPSA-NJ is going to hold a meeting Nov. 6, at 7PM featuring a round of flash talks on any System Administrator related topic. Anyone interested can prepare a 5 minute or less presentation on anything related to system admin. The meeting takes place at the Lawrence HQ branch of the Mercer County Library, 2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville, 08648-4132. Sign up to talk  here. RSVP here.

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Don't waste months building the wrong business. Attend Lean Startup Machine Newark, the weekend of Nov. 7 to 9th. LSM Newark is a 3 day workshop about building a successful business. Most businesses fail because they build something no one wants. The LSM and the great mentors who will help participants teaches a process for discovering which products will succeed in the marketplace. The event takes place at  EqualSpace (=Space) an inspiring coworking space at 89 Market Street, 4th Floor Newark NJ.  Organizers are April Peters, Emily Manz and Melissa Jackson. RSVP here.

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Launch NJ is holding an one of its one on one Entrepreneur Series with Dennis Bone, of Montclair State's Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship on Tuesday, Nov. 18 from 6:30 PM to 9 PM at the Madison Public Library, 39 Keep Street, Madison. RSVP here.

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Launch NJ Life Science Hub will present another meeting on the Principles of Fundraising & Financial Pitfalls Nov.10: This event is will be held at Kean University's STEM Building,1075 Morris Ave. , Union, NJand will feature Jarrod Rhen WithumSmith+Brown and Don Newman, NJ Business Action Center. RSVP here.

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NJEN is holding a meeting Nov. 12, 2014 at 12 noon on Everything You Needed to Know about Crowdfunding with David Drake and Bruce Lipnick. They will speak about how you can benefit from the global trends in crowdfunding. The meeting takes place at the Princeton Marriot Hotel and conference Center at Forrestal, 100 College Road East, Princeton. RSVP here.

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If you are a software engineering leader interested in learning about Agile methodology, join the NJTC Nov.12 at 12 PM at Sparta Systems, 2000 Waterview Drive, Ste. 300, Hamilton NJ where agile coach Brian Dsouza and Sparta's Bruce Katz will discuss transitioning to agile. No charge to members, non-members $50. Register here.

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Einstein’s  Alley is presenting How does Innovation Affect Work in the Future? Looking through the Lens of Technology, Economics and Society Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 4PM at Rutgers Heldrich Center in New Brunswick, NJ Early Bird price $65.Paul Taylor, the author of The Next America, a new book examining generations and the country’s changing demographics, and Carl Van Horn, founding director of the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, will challenge us to factor these trends into our thinking about the future of society, the future of education and the future of work. Register here.

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Rutger Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development and the Black Data Processing Associates NJ Chapter are presenting "Where are the jobs and entrepreneurship opportunities in 2014?" Thurs. Nov. 13, 6 PM, Rutgers Business School, 1 Washington Park, Room 220, Newark NJ. Registration required in advance.

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Micro Strategies is hosting a global day of Code Retreat November 15, from 9 AM to 6 PM, a chance for programmers to get away from the pressures of getting things done, to actually explore and embrace the opportunity to code. The day-long intense practice event focuses on the fundamentals of software development and design and has proven to be a highly effective means of skill improvement. The event takes place at Micro Strategies, 100 Enterprise Dr. 6th Floor, Rockaway, NJ 07866. Register here

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The DevOps & Automation Meetup will feature AppDev in the Cloud and Intro to Git and GitHub, Tuesday Nov. 18 at 6:30 PM at TechLaunch, Valley Executive Center, 855 Valley Road, Clifton. Akshay Rao, a cloud solution architect at Skytap and Brian Levine from GitHub will speak. RSVP here.

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The Jersey Shore Tech Meetup Nov. 18 will feature TechLaunch Accelerator Startup Pitches and Q &A's. Pitching will be FUSAR, the Outdoor Exchange and MobileXoom. The meeting takes place at 7PM at Cowerks, 619 Lake Ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park. RSVP here.

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The Arts, Culture and Technology meetup Nov. 19 will feature "Game on! The ArtsTech of Video Games. The meeting takes place at 6 PM at Artworks, 19 Everett Alley, Trenton RSVP here.

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Launch NJ: Life Sciences Hub is hosting a panel discussion on Valuing Each Other's Expertise Monday, Dec. 8, 2014 6 PM. "As we create and advance businesses, we need advice on various topics. The panel will discuss how to seek advice, how to place value on the advice we obtain, and how to compensate advisors for their contributions to the business." The discussion takes place at Kean University's STEM Building, 1075 Morris Ave, Union NJ. RSVP here.




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