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NJ is hosting the PGConf US 2017 in Jersey City, at The Westin Jersey City Newport, March 28-31, 2017. This conference centers on PostgreSQL, an open source relational database management system developed by a worldwide team of community volunteers. PostgreSQL is not controlled by any corporation or private entity. Say the organizers: "PGConf US is the largest gathering of PostgreSQL developers, users, and industry thought leaders in North America. With an expectation of over 500 attendees, PGConf US is one of the largest PostgreSQL conferences in the world. Join hundreds of database influencers and take a deep dive into PostgreSQL, the world's most advanced open source database, which powers global businesses such as GE, Morgan Stanley, Skype, and Instagram." Register here.
Monday March 27
Google Developer Group: GDG North Jersey is presenting Codelab: Using constraintLayout in Android, Monday March 27, 6:30 at IDT 20 Atlantic St. Newark. "In this Codelab we'll be tacling ConstraintLayout in Android. This layout is now the default for new Android projects, and is a bit different from what you are used to in Android." RSVP here.
Montclair Entrepreneurs presents From Idea to Success: Navigating the Entrepreneurial Journey, Monday March 27, 6PM to 8:30 PM at the Montclair State Feliciano School of Business building (room 101) 1 NOrmal Ave, Montclair. A panel of women entrepreneurs will discuss whether their gender was a help or a hindrance or both. RSVP here.
The New Jersey Linux User Group holds its monthly meeting Monday March 27, 7:30 PM at Panera Bread, Rt. 4 Paramus. RSVP here.
Tuesday March 28
NJ Data Science-Apache Spark meetup presents Security Analytics-Securonix + Cloudera + Spark + Solr, Tuesday March 28, 7PM, Princeton University Lewis Library Rm 138, Washington Road and Ivy Lane, Princeton, RSVP here.
Future of Data: Princeton presents Apache NiFI: Ingesting Enterprise Data @Scale, Tuesday March 28, 6PM at TRAC Intermodal, 750 College Rd. E. Princeton. RSVP here.
Wednesday March 29
On March 29, the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network will present Posters, Pitches and Prizes, 4PM to 6:30 PM in Princeton NJ. Once a year, NJEN provides the entrepreneurial community with an evening of posters, networking and information at Princeton University. Those providing posters can introduce their businesses to important contacts among New Jersey's research universities, small and large businesses, potential funding sources and professional service providers. Register here.
Scarlet Startups presents The Secrets of Raising Venture Capital Wed. March 29, 6:30 PM at Rutgers Business School, 100 Rockafeller Rd. Piscataway. Richard Harris is the CEO and Co-Founder of Intent Media, based in New York and London. The company helps large-scale commerce properties turn into search engines, providing a more relevant UX and ability to monetize all of their visitors, not just those who transact. RSVP here.
DevOpsQANJ Meetup #19/ Github Webhooks and Bitbucket Pipeline takes place Wed. March 29 at 6PM at Audible's Jersey City office, 10 Exchange Place, 26th Floor, Jersey City. RSVP here.
Code for Newark Hacknight at Audible -Oh'17 takes place Wednesday March 29 at 6:30 PM at Audible Inc. 1 Washington Place Newark. RSVP here.
Central NJ Design Meetup presents the dSpace Design Studio #5 Wednesday March 29 at OQ Coffee Co. 13 S. #rd Ave, Highland Park.RSVP here.
Thursday March 30
First Annual Central NJ Technology Summit takes place March 30 7:30 Am to 11:30 Am at Mercer County commmunity College 1200 Old Trenton Road West Windsor. Don't miss the Princeton Regional Chamber's first inaugural Technology Summit! Begin the day with a full breakfast while networking with other attendees. Learn about details of the Cloud from our distinguished Keynote Speaker, Simon Nynens of Wayside Technology. RSVP Here.
IXDA Northern NJ presents Business Embraces Design: Getting a Seat at the Table is Just the Beginning, Thurs. March 20, 6:30 PM to 8PM, Logical Design Solutions 100 Campus Drive, Suite 205, Florham Park. RSVP here.
The North Jersey Python/Django Developers group presents Named Entity Recognition in Natural Language Processing, Thursday March 30, 6:30 PM at Drew University, 36 Madison Ave, Madison NJ, Hall of Sciences Room 244. RSVP here.
Thursday, April 6
NJGIMS, an association of government IT professionals, holds its 8th annual technical education conference April 6 in Somerset. Register here.
Wednesday April 19
The next TechLaunch BullPen takes place on the Princeton University Campus, Wednesday April 19, 4:00 to 7:30 PM. 3 to 4 Early stage tech startup companies that have high growth potential, an experienced team, a demonstrated Minimum Viable Product (MVP), at least one potential customer who is prepared to pay for their product, have invested 6-12 months of sweat equity and raised seed capital, and are looking to raise $50K to $500K in additional funding. To learn more go to www.techlaunch.com. RSVP here.
The Jersey City Tech Meetup will feature "The Impact of AI & Machine Learning on Marketing with Meg Walsh, Wylei,"Wednesday April 19, 6:30 PM, Wylei HQ, 190 Christopher Columbus, 5A, Jersey City. "Look forward to hearing from one of the most successful women tech entrepreneurs and CEOs in the business. Recently ranked one of NJBIZ’s Best Fifty Women in Business, Meg Columbia-Walsh leads the charge at Wylei." RSVP here.
Saturday April 22-Sunday April 23
IDT Corporation is holding its first Annual Mobile Development Hackathon Saturday April 22 thorugh Sunday April 23 at its headquarters in Newark at 20 Atlantic Street, Newark. The Hackathon will be a 24-hour immersive coding experience including a mobile app development coding challenge, prizes, old-school video games, pool tournaments, etc. Attendees will have 24 hours to build a payments, messaging or communications mobile app from scratch. For more information and registration here.
HackHunterdon is Hunterdon County’s first annual hackathon takes place April 28 – 29, 2017 at the Feed Mill Station in Flemington, NJ, organized by Hunterdon County Economic Development, Flemington Community Partnership, and the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce. “We’re bringing together the most creative and passionate technologists to team up and work around the clock to build groundbreaking software solutions that solve real-world problems in one weekend.” Apply here.