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Come learn about Version 10 of Odoo, the open-source ERP and CRM on Jan. 19. We welcome new and existing users to join us at the APA Hotel in Woodbridge to meet us and our local partners and learn about new features while enjoying drinks on us. Version 10 includes tons of new features for manufacturers, plus two new apps. Read more and RSVP on our website. [Sponsored]
Tuesday, January 17
The New Jersey MacIntosh Computer Club will talk about Two Factor Authenication, Luminar, HooToo Router on Tuesday Jan. 17 at the Clifton Public Library, 292 Piaget Ave. Clifton. RSVP here.
Wednesday January 18
Jersey Shore Tech is presenting Marketing Freelancing in 2017 -- How to Hire or Get Hired in the Gig Economy, 7PM Wednesday, Jan. 18, at Cowerks, 619 Lake Ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park. RSVP here. In this panel we will bring together freelancers and marketing firms who are not just surviving, but thriving, in what is commonly referred to as "the gig economy”. RSVP here.
CANCELLED-Princeton Tech Meetup will present Sean O'Grady, Communications for Innovators, Wednesday January 18, 6:30 PM at the Princeton Public Library Community Room, 1st floor. "Communication for Innovators" - Sean O'Grady is an award-winning American journalist, strategic communications consultant and former national television host. he sixty-minute seminar contains two components: - A brief public speaking lecture - An interactive, participatory and peer-reviewed speaking exercise. RSVP here.
Princeton JUG will be hosting “Building dynamic and resilient clusters with Kubernetes and Hazelcast” at 6PM on Wednesday, January 18th at Tigerlabs at 252 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor, Princeton. RSVP here.
Code for Newark will be hosting “Code for Newark Hacknight at Audible – Oh ’17!” at 6:30PM on Wednesday, January 18th at Audible Inc at 1 Washington Place, Newark. RSVP here.
Brookdale Computer Users Group will be hosting “EXCEL WORKSHOPS OF BCUG meet every 3rd Wed of a month” at 7PM on Wednesday, January 18th at Room 145, High Technology High School, Brookdale Campus at 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. RSVP here.
Pluralsight Web Tech Classes @ The Summit Public Library will be hosting “WebApps with AngularJS” at 6:45PM on Wednesday, January 18th at Summit Free Public Library at 75 Maple Street, Summit. RSVP here.
Thursday, January 19
NJ Strategic Design + Tech is holding a meeting on How to Assess Cyber Risk, Thursday, Jan. 19, 8AM at BellWorks, 101 Crawfords Corner Road , Holmdel , NJ. Fred Stringer, Bell Labs alum and national expert on cyber-security, was part of the team that built AT&T’s first internet. His expertise in assessing and addressing security risks related to online activity has made him an asset to agencies and organizations throughout the world. He’s designing this MeetUp specifically for small to medium-sized business owners. RSVP here.
Michael Dermer of the Lonely Entrepreneur will be at Startup Grind Princeton Thursday Jan. 19, 6:30 PM to 9PM at Tigerlabs, 252 Nassau Street 2nd Floor, Princeton. The Lonely Entrepreneur® is a methodology that helps entrepreneurs with the one issue we all face – the struggle. It empowers entrepreneurs to thrive in the pressure, chaos and burden of being an entrepreneur by changing our perspective from those that stifle our progress to those that empower us to thrive. RSVP here.
Kearny Point is presenting a Startup Demo Night January 19 at 6:30 PM at the Dry Dock Bistro 78 John Miller Way Kearny NJ 07032. "We'll be taking over the event space in Building 78 to feature five Jersey based startups for five minutes a piece followed by Q & A. Presenting companies include Cinematcher, FUSAR, Made Meals, PicoTurbine and Youii. Building 78 Presents is a new networking event and company showcase series from Kearny Point. Each event will feature brief talks and presentations from entrepreneurs, creators and innovators followed by plenty of time for networking, (free) drinks and music. Our events are open to everyone, even if you don't work from Building 78!" RSVP here.
FUBAR Labs will be hosting “Open Hack Night” at 6:30PM on Thursday, January 19th at FUBAR Labs at 100 Jersey Avenue, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.
Friday, January 20
Jersey Shore Tech will be hosting “Coffee & Coworking” at 8AM on Friday January 20th at Cowerks on Main at 21 Main Street, Asbury Park. RSVP here.
Central NJ Drupal Group will be hosting “Drupal drop-in and co-working” at 2PM on Friday, January 20th at Princeton University Web Development Services at 693 Alexander Road, Princeton. RSVP here.
Saturday, January 21
Kaggle Princeton will be hosting ‘Automated Essay Scoring Contest” at 2PM on Saturday, January 21st at Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman at 100 Nassau Park Boulevard #111, Princeton. RSVP here. Price: $2.00.
New Jersey Data Science Meetup will be hosting “New Jersey Data Science Meetup” at 2PM on Saturday, January 21st at Parsippany Troy Hills Library at 449 Halsey Road, Parisippany –Troy Hills. RSVP here.
Sunday, January 22
FUBAR Labs will be hosting “Arduino Study Group” at 3PM on Sunday, January 22nd at FUBAR Labs at 100 Jersey Avenue, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.
Monday, January 23
Maker Depot Makerspace will be hosting “Autodesk Fusion 360 for 123D Design” at 6PM on Monday, January 23rd at Maker Depot at 60 Commerce Way, Suite F, Totowa. RSVP here. Price: $20.00.
Brookdale Computer Users Group will be hosting “Internet++ Workshop” at 7PM on Monday, January 23rd at Room 145, High Technology High School, Brookdale Campus at 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. RSVP here.
Tuesday, January 24
Brookdale Computer Users Group will be hosting “PC Roundtable – We Talk Computers!” at 12PM on Tuesday, January 24th at Middletown Township Public Library at 55 New Monmouth Road, Middletown. RSVP here.
Wednesday January 25
TechLaunch is holding its first BullPen Session Wednesday January 25, 6PM to 8 PM in conjunction with Scarlet Startups at Rutgers Business School, 100 Rockafeller Road, Piscataway, NJ. The monthly series of “BullPen” pitch events (similar in concept to “Shark Tank”) is where a select handful of tech startup companies pitch their business plan to an audience of seasoned mentors, investors and entrepreneurs.Feedback is encouraged from the audience in addition to the panel's Q&A. After a team presents, they may partner with a TechLaunch mentor to help in areas where assistance is needed. Register here.
Central NJ Design Meetup is holding a dSpace Design Studio 2017 open house and info session 7PM Jan.25 at OQ Coffee Co. 13 S. 3rd Ave, Highland Park."Join our participatory design studio team and build a product, service, or app from scratch. Add it to your portfolio, increase your creative confidence, and have fun! **Motivated beginners and designers of all skill levels are welcome." RSVP here.
Venture Hub Burlington County will be hosting “Lean Business Innovation – Part 1 of Two-Part Workshop” at 9:30PM on Wednesday, January 25th at Burlington County Library at 5 Pioneer Boulevard, Westampton. RSVP here. Price: $50.00. Register here.
IxDA Northern NJ Meetup will be hosting “Irrational Design Bake-off” at 6:30PM on Wednesday, January 25th at Logical Design Solutions at 100 Campus Drive, Suite 205, Florham Park. RSVP here.
Pluralsight Web Tech Classes @ The Summit Public Library will be hosting “WebApps with AngularJS” at 6:45PM on Wednesday, January 25th at Summit Free Public Library at 75 Maple Street, Summit. RSVP here. RSVP here.
Central NJ Design Meetup will be hosting ‘dSpace Design Studio Open House” at 7PM on Wednesday, January 25th at OQ Coffee Co. at 13 South 3rd Avenue, Highland Park. RSVP here.
Thursday, January 26
The NJ Tech Meetup will present Mike Duda of Bullish Thurs. Jan. 26, 6PM, at the Howe Center-Stevens Institute of Technology, Bissinger Room, 8th and Hudson. "Born out of Consigliere Brand Capital, Bullish is an Accelerator Agency designed for businesses living early in an S-curve. One-part Creative Agency, one-part VC Firm, we deploy capabilities from both worlds to help brands speed the transformation of opportunities into outcomes.Bullish is a capital investor in: Birchbox, Harry's, Casper, Warby Parker, Peloton, Primary, Chloe + Isabel, Darby Smart, Kiwi Crate, ALOHA, Contently, StellaService." RSVP here.
The Greater Newark Enterprises Corp. is holding a full-day interactive workshop on the Business Model Canvas taught by Travis Kahn Thurs Jan. 26 9AM to 4:30 PM at the NJIT EDC, 211 Warren Street, Newark. It will include an introduction, elements of a successful value proposition design, turning planning into action, case studies and more. RSVP here.
Friday, January 27
Coding for Community, a civic tech competition to solve local issues, will kick off at NJIT on Jan.27. "Brought to you by Sustainable Jersey, Coding for Community (CfC) is the first of its kind, state-wide civic tech competition in New Jersey. We’re matching techies up with actual local needs from municipalities across the state so that real solutions for local sustainability and public engagement issues can be developed through data and other technologies." The competition will last multiple months. Groups participating include City of Jersey City, Code for Trenton, Code for Jersey City, Code for Princeton, OpenGov, the New Jersey Innovation Institute, the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Sustainable Princeton. The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and the Knight Foundation are project funders. See more here. Register here.
FUBAR Labs will be hosting “Open Hack Night” at 6:30PM on Thursday, January 26th at FUBAR Labs at 100 Jersey Avenue, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.
Friday January 27
Central NJ Drupal Group will be hosting “Drupal drop-in and co-working” at 2PM on Friday, January 27th at Princeton University Web Development Services at 693 Alexander Road, Princeton. RSVP here.
Maker Depot makerspace will be hosting “Maker Depot’s Raspberry Pi-Jam (MJam)” at 7PM on Friday, January 27th at Maker Depot at 60 Commerce Way, Suite F, Totowa. RSVP here. Price: $10.00.
Saturday, January 28
Cental NJ Design Meetup will be hosting “NJ UX Web Design Bootcamp: From Design to Prototype” at 10AM on Saturday, January 28th at Tigerlabs at 252 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor, Princeton. Register here.
Sunday, January 29
FUBAR Labs will be hosting “Arduino Study Group” at 3PM on Sunday, January 29th at FUBAR Labs at 100 Jersey Avenue, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.
Monday, January 30
GDG North Jersey will be hosting “Codelab: VR View for Android” at 5:45PM on Monday, January 30th at IDT at 20 Atlantic Street, Newark. RSVP here. Laptop Required.
Montclair Entrepreneurs will be hosting “Trump’s First 100 Days: What It Might Mean for Innovation and Entrepreneurship” at 6PM on Monday, January 30th at Montclair State Feliciano School of Business, Room 101 at 1 Normal Avenue, Montclair. RSVP here.
Tuesday, January 31
New Jersey Linux User Group will be hosting “Our monthly Linux User Group Meeting” at 7:30PM on Tuesday, January 31st at Panera Bread on Route 4, Paramus. RSVP here.
Join NJ Tech Council members for Wine & Beer Tech Fest on Tuesday, January 31 from 5 - 8 pm at Panasonic Corporation in Newark. Enjoy complimentary wine, beer and appetizer pairings, and meet executives from regional technology firms. A panel discussion starts at 5:15 pm and will focus on Opportunities and Challenges relating to Global Expansion, Talent Acquisition and Tax Issues. RSVP here.
Wednesday, Feb. 1
LOPSANJ is holding a meeting called "Stealing the Best Ideas from DevOps: A Guide for Sysadmins without Developers" Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 7PM, Montclair State University, One Normal Ave, CELS 110, Montclair NJ. RSVP here.
Thursday, Feb. 2
All Things Marketing will present Stuart Levin who will discuss "Generating Enterprise B2B Leads on Autopilot" Learn how to solve typical challenges to find and win customers such as:- Creating repeatable systems to help generate B2B leads on autopilot- The anatomy of a 7 figure deal, broken down step by step- The differences between selling to SMBs vs. enterprise (B2B)- How to activate and leverage partners and champions inside the companies of your future clients. The meeting takes place Thurs, Feb. 2, 2017 at 6:30 PM at JuiceTank Innovation Lab, 220 Davidson Ave, Somerset. RSVP here.
Central NJ Design Meetup is offering DrupalCamp NJ training day, Friday Feb. 3 9AM at 701 Carnegie Center, Princeton. "We are offering five community trainings on Friday, February 3 at 701 Carnegie Center. Check in will open at 9 am with classes starting around 9:30 and running until the end of the day. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for the low cost of your $80 ticket." RSVP here.
Saturday, February 4
DrupalCamp New Jersey is an annual, volunteer organized, three-day camp, held since 2012. Each year approximately 300 drupalists with varying levels of expertise and areas of interest converge to share their passion for the Drupal project and its community. "Similar to previous years, we will have a full day of trainings, over 25 informative sessions, and multiple opportunities to learn from the community and how you can contribute back." Register here.
Kaggle Princeton presents "Learn about IBM DSx Web-based tool" Sat. Feb 4, 2PM at Tigerlabs, 252 Nassau Street, Princeton NJ RSVP here.
Wednesday, Feb. 15
The Jersey City Tech Meetup will present What's Next in Hardware with InCharged and MAINGEAR, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 6:30 PM to 8PM, Jersey City. A fireside chat between hybrid CEO Jessica Gonzalez, InCharged and Wallace Santos, CEO, MAINGEAR. Location to be announced. RSVP here.
In conjunction with Princeton’s Office of Technology Licensing, the Keller Center hosts the annual Innovation Forum Wed. Feb. 15, 3PM to 6PM. Innovation Forum consists of a competition piece in which participants present their research in a three-minute “elevator pitch” to the audience and a panel of judges. The purpose of the Innovation Forum is to showcase Princeton research that offers the potential to be commercialized. Register here.
George Abraham will talk about Navigating the Fundraising/Investment landscape in NJ at The Morris Tech Meetup Feb. 15 6:30 PM at Fairleigh Dickinson Unversity-Ther ORANGERIE at the Campus Library 285 Madison Ave, Madison NJ. RSVP here.
Thursday, February 23
The NJ Tech Council will hold its 2017 Innovation Forecast meeting February 23 at Bell Works in Holmdel, at 1PM.The event highlights innovation throughout the region from small to large companies. This year's Forecast will feature presentations from leading innovators. There will also be pitches and a panel on how new ideas will be funded in 2017 and beyond. Join us for a networking reception after the event. Nokia Bell Labs president, Marcus Weldon will deliver the keynote address. RSVP here.
Thursday March 16
The NJBDA 4th Annual Symposium: Big Data Connects will take place Thursday March 16 8AM to 5PM at NJIT Campus Center Ballroom, 2nd Floor, 150 Bleeker Street, Newark. "Big Data Connects,will delve into the ways in which Big Data has become integral across numerous sectors, and how it is transforming day-to-day life. Join us at New Jersey Institute of Technology on March 16th to learn more and to network with industry, government and academic visionaries working in this exciting new space." Register here.