Check with organizers to make sure your event will be held in the event of inclement weather or cancellations.
Tuesday, May 26
Maker Depot makerspace is holding an Intro to 3D Printing and Design, Tuesday May 26, 6:30 PM to 9 PM at Maker Depot, 60 commerce Way, Suite F, Totowa. $35. RSVP here.
The monthly meeting of the New Jersey Linux User Group takes place Tuesday May 26, 7 PM at Panera Bread, Route 4, Paramus. RSVP here.
Jersey Shore Tech is presenting a workshop Series called "Inbound Marketing for Your Small Business" starting with a free course called Inbound Marketing 101: How to set your smart marketing goals on May 26. Other topics will include Landing Pages, Driving inbound traffic and social media 101. For the full series, Register here. Information on individual courses here.
Code for Jersey City is holding an Open Discussion group meeting Tuesday May 26 at 7:30 PM at the Teen Tech Center at the Boys and Girls Club of Hudson County to prepare for the National Day of Civic Hacking June 6. RSVP here.
ShorePHP will host "The API Toolbox-Tim Lytle of Nexmo" on Tuesday May 26, 7:15 PM at Cowerks, the Asbury Park Coworking Community, 619 Lake Ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park."If you're building and consuming APIs, there are some tools you should know about. HTTP tunnels make it easy to point callbacks and webhooks to your local development server. Proxy services can help capture, debug, and replay API traffic. External monitors can track uptime for the APIs you use - or provide - and verify expected responses. Learn how tools like Runscope, ngrok, ForwardHQ, and ApiScience can make make you more effective at integrating and releasing APIs by saving time and simplifying the debugging process." RSVP here.
Wednesday, May 27
The New Jersey Linux User Group is hosting its monthly meeting, May 26 at 7PM, at Panera Bread,, Route 4, Paramus, NJ. RSVP here.
MakerBar is hosting its Web Development Special Interest group at 7PM , May 27. The meeting takes place at 38 Jackson St. 2nd Floor, Hoboken RSVP here.
Pluralsight Web Tech Classes on HTML5 and CSS3 will take place Wednesday May 27 at 6:45PM at the Summit Public Library. These classes repeat weekly. RVSP here.
Thursday, May 28
Google I/O Extended is coming back to NJ! This is an all-day event held at Montclair State University featuring tech talks, hands-on Code Labs, moderated panels (Tech, Pharma, Healthcare, and Startups), tech showcases, fireside chats, tech trivia, live streams from Google I/O in San Francisco, and lots of other fun activities. Expect sessions that include stories from prominent entrepreneurs from the thriving community of NJ based accelerators, incubators, co-working spaces, and meetups.RSVP here.
On Thursday May 28, 6:30 PM to 9 PM, JC Fab Lab is holding an OpenShop. $7. Please be our guest at our OpenShop at JC Fab Lab! Bring a project idea, or even a project in progress to share with the group or collaborators. Get a tour of the lab. RSVP here.
MakerBar is holding a meeting called UAV Drone Build and Configure,Thursday May 28, 7 PM, 38 Jackson St. Hoboken. RSVP here.
Friday, May 29
Jersey Shore Tech is holding a Lunch and Learn with McCarter & English, 12 PM Friday May 29. " Jared Sorin and David Matlin, Attorneys from McCarter & English, will be joining us at Cowerks from 12-2 on Friday, May 29th for our next "Lunch and Learn." Register here.
The Central NJ Drupal Group is hosting Drupal Drop-In and Coworking at 2 PM, Friday, May 29. The meeting takes place at Princeton University, Web Development Services, 693 Alexander Rd, Princeton, NJ. RSVP here.
Saturday, May 30
Sunday May 31
Cowerks and Sprockets are presenting a Free Class for kids. Learn to make a video game for ages 7-13."We are happy to announce we are repeating our FREE Learn to Make a Video Game class on May 31st from 12:30-1:30PM.This is an opportunity for any kids ages 7-13 that missed our April class to come and see what Sprockets is all about." 619 Lake Ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park. Register here.
Monday, June 1
The Morris Tech meetup is presenting Animoto Founder and CTO Stevie Clifton."Join us and learn how Stevie went viral with Animoto growing it to over 6 million users. This includes 750,000 people who signed up for the Facebook app in only three days. During that period 25,000 people tried Animoto in a single hour." The meeting takes place June 4 at 6:30 PM at Fairleigh Dickinson University, the ORANGERIE at the Campus Library, 285 Madison Ave, Madison. RSVP here.
"From Big Company to CEO of a Contract Research Organization: successful journey" with Dan Safarpour, CEO of Symbiotic Research, is the topic of a Launch NJ: Life Sciences Hub meeting June 1 from 6PM to 9PM at the Kean University STEM Building, 1075 Morris Ave, Union NJ. RSVP here.
Thursday, June 4
The IGDA NJ Revitalization Summit will take place in Atlantic City, June 4 from 7PM to 10 PM at the Tropicana. Organizers say: "Please Join LaunchNJ Art & Tech Collective on June 4th at the Tropicana as we introduce the group and share our ideas about future collaborations with the IGDA New Jersey chapter. With a renewed focus on strengthening and growing the games industry throughout ALL New Jersey, the IGDA NJ will be kicking off an epic event in Atantic City to share future plans, introduce new partnerships, and deliver GDC quality content!" RSVP here.
The NJ Data Sciences Meetup will discuss Graph Analytics-Titan and Cassandra, Thursday June 4 at 7 PM at the Holiday Inn, 100 Independence Way, Princeton. RSVP here.
Friday, June 5
Launch NJ Entrepreneurial Hub is holding a Coworking Fair, Friday June 5, 10 AM at the Summit Free Public Library, 75 Maple St. Summit NJ. "Don’t just sit at a desk working on your own idea all day. Interact with entrepreneurial-focused subject matter experts and other entrepreneurs to experience the exciting New Jersey entrepreneur community." RSVP here.
Saturday, June 6
Code for Jersey City is holding a National Day of Civic Hacking event on June 6, 10AM to 3PM at Jersey City City Hall, 280 Grove Street Jersey City. "We will introduce data to new folks. We will have experienced data folks mentor and give presentations. We will help keep government accountable and transparent. And will will help journalists and bloggers tell stories based on the city's open data. Just walk in with your laptop. RSVP here.
Code for Newark is holding a National Day of Civic Hacking/Better Block Bergan Street event, Saturday June 6, 12 PM to 6 PM. on Bergen Street between Lyons and Lehigh. RSVP here.
The first Code for Princeton Civic Hackathon takes place June 6 to 7. "We are partnering with the Municipality of Princeton and the Princeton Public Library to organize the first Code for Princeton Civic Hackathon. In honor of National Day of Civic Hacking, we will come together to build solutions for our community, using publicly-released data and new technology. We will have programming classes for kids and space for hardware aficionados." RSVP here.
Monday, June 8
Building for the Internet of Things: Hardware, Sensors & the Cloud is the topic of a meeting from the Microsoft Mobile App Developers group, to be held Monday, June 8 from 6PM to 9 PM at Microsoft New Jersey Office in Iselin,101 Wood Avenue South,Metro Park 101, Suite 900."Join us for a really cool talk as we dive into the maker space. This talk is your perfect introduction to maker hardware if you've always dreamed of building your own gadgets and programming them. Veterans and expert makers are also welcome. We'll also look at how we can connect these "things" to the "Internet" (aka Internet of Things) for advanced cloud + devices scenarios." RSVP here.
Tuesday, June 9
Join AWC-NNJ for a Spring Networking Social to close out the 2014-2015 season." We will be enjoying appetizers, drinks, and each other’s company at the Vita Bar, located in the Dolce Basking Ridge Hotel. We invite all of our members to bring guests for a fun evening of Networking." 5:30 PM to 8PM, Tuesday, June 9. ita Bar at Dolce, Basking Ridge. $5 for appetizers. Cash bar. Information here.
Wednesday, June 10
The NJEN Annual Gathering of Angels will take place June 10, 2015."Representatives of major regional Angel investor groups and business accelerators will be available to meet with you in NJEN's "Reverse Venture Fair" format.SPEED DATING! attendees will have 2-3 minutes to speak with Angels. a buzzer will signal when it is time to move on." A limited number of startups will be able to submit posters. The meeting takes place at the Princeton Marriott at 11 AM Register here.
Launch NJ is presenting Get Your Startup Go-to-Market Ready, Wednesday, June 10, 7PM, at the Summit Coworking Space, 41 River Road, Summit."Learn what the big agencies do and get some tips on how to apply them to scale for your start-up with some marketing insights from a seasoned advertising veteran who has worked on over 24 big name brands and countless small businesses and start-ups. This is a great tune-up session to help you figure out what your go-to-market strategy needs to be with scale in mind." RSVP here.
Monday, June 15
Join the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University for Engage Local, June 15-16, in Newark. Say the organizers. "Susan Mernit, a Google Impact Challenge winner and CEO of Hack the Hood, started a hyperlocal Oakland Local and it spawned a mission to teach inner-city youth around the world how to code. She's just one of the speakers at Engage Local.". The national media conference of the Center for Cooperative Media, the event focuses on the impact of technology and media to spark civic engagement. Register here: http://engagelocal.org/
June 23, 2015
Code for Jersey City will hold a Hack Night, Tuesday, June 23, 2015, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM at the Teen Tech Center at the Boys and Girls Club of Hudson County, 18 Park Avenue, Jersey City, NJ. RSVP here.
NJ Tech Meetup 61 with James Altucher, entrepreneur and Best Selling author will take place Tuesday June 23, 6:45 PM, at the Howe Center, Stevens Institute of Technology Bissinger Room, Hoboken. $8. RSVP here.