Events

 

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


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.

 

Friday, February 17

Jersey Shore Tech will be hosting “Coffee & Coworking @ Junction Hall” at 8AM on Friday, February 17th at Cowerks on Main at 21 Main Street, Asbury Park. RSVP here.

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Central NJ Drupal Group will be hosting “Drupal drop-in and co-working” at 2PM on Friday, February 17th at Princeton University, Web Development Services at 693 Alexander Road, Princeton. RSVP here.

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Maker Depot Makerspace will be hosting “Maker Depot’s Raspberry Pi-Jam (MJAM)” at 7PM on Friday, February 17th at Maker Depot at 60 Commerce Way, Suite F, Totowa. RSVP here.  Price: $10.00.

Saturday, February 18

Central NJ Design Meetup will be hosting “NJ Web Design Bootcamp: Into to Drupal and AWS EC2” at 10AM on Saturday, February 18th at Tigerlabs at 252 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor, Princeton. RSVP here. Price: $99. Register here.

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Kaggle Princeton will be hosting “Learn about IBM DS workbench” at 2PM on Saturday, February 18th at Tigerlabs at 252 Nassau Street, Princeton. RSVP here. Price: $2.00.

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New Jersey Data Science Meetup will be hosting “New Jersey Data Science Meetup” at 2PM on Saturday, February 18th at Parsippany Troy Hills Library at 449 Halsey Road, Parisppany-Troy Hills. RSVP here.

Sunday, February 19

FUBAR Labs will be hosting “Arduino Study Group” at 3PM on Sunday, February 19th at FUBAR Labs at 100 Jersey Avenue, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.

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Fly-In "out in the country" with the NJ Drone User Group and other meetups, Sunday Feb. 19, 12PM to 4PM, at a large field in Morris Plains. RSVP here for details.

Monday, February 20

NJIT FowndersX Club Speaker Series features Kim Kaupe, Monday Feb. 20, 2:30 PM at the Enterprise Development Center, 211 Warren street, Newark. Since 2010, Zinepak has connected brands and entertainers with their most devoted fans. RSVP here.

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NJ Drone Users Group is holding a President's Day Fly-In at "the eighteenth hole" Monday Feb. 20 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM, 363 Old Dover Rd. Morris Plains. "A nice field with great surrounding views - good for beginners, shooting video, and testing FPV RSVP here." RSVP here.

Tuesday, February 21

Launch NJ: Women’s Entrepreneurs Group will be hosting “Live Entrepreneurial Information Session” at 9:30AM on Tuesday, February 21st at WCEC at 311 Main Street, Chatham. RSVP here. Price: $10.

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Launch NJ: Women’s Entrepreneurs Group will be hosting “Bring Balance to Your Business & Your Life with Four Simple Strategies” at 12PM on Tuesday, February 21st, Online. Register here.

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NJ Tech Meetup will be hosting “NJ Tech Meetup 81 w Lewis Schiff (Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, mentor) +3 co’s” at 6PM on Tuesday, February 21st at Howe Center – Stevens Institute of Technology, Bissinger Room (4th Floor) on 8th/Hudson, Hoboken. RSVP here. Price: $8.00.

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New Jersey Macintosh Computer Club will be hosting “Chrome Extensions – Facebook Groups – 3 Things to Know – CES Highlights” at 7PM on Tuesday, February 21st at Clifton Public Library, Meeting Room #2 at 292 Piaget Avenue, Clifton. RSVP here.

Wednesday Feb. 22

Montclair Entrepreneurs will be hosting “Successful Exits: Entrepreneurs Tell How They Did It” at 6PM on Wednesday, February 22nd at Montclair State Feliciano School of Business Building (room 101) at 1 Normal Avenue, Montclair. RSVP here.

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Scarlet Startups will be hosting “Vaidhy Murti (CEO of Friendsy)” at 6:30PM on Wednesday, February 22nd at Rutgers Business School, Room 5085 at 100 Rockafeller Road, Piscataway. RSVP here.

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Pluralsight Web Tech Classes @ The Summit Public Library will be hosting “WebApps with Angular JS” at 6:45PM on Wednesday, February 22nd at Summit Free Public Library at 75 Maple Street, Summit. RSVP here.

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LaunchNJ is bringing back its Fireside Chats, Wednesday Feb. 22 at Panera Bread, 66 Morris St. Morristown NJ. "Format: 5-7 volunteers are selected to present their startup idea or assumptions. Each presentation is followed by a group discussion and Q&A." 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.

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FUBAR Labs will be hosting “Open Hack Night” at 6:30PM on Thursday, February 23rd at Fubar Labs at 100 Jersey Avenue Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.

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MakerBar will be hosting “Node night: learn about Javascript” at 7PM on Thursday, February 23rd at MakerBar at 38 Jackson Street, 3rd Floor, Hoboken. RSVP here.

Friday, February 24

Central NJ Drupal Group will be hosting “Drupal drop-in and co-working” at 2PM on Friday, February 24th at Princeton University, Web Development Services at 693 Alexander Road, Princeton. RSVP here.

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Jersey Shore Tech will be hosting “Makers & Shakers Happy Hour #1” at 5PM on Friday, February 24th at Cowerks on Main at 21 Main Street, Asbury Park. RSVP here.

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Brick City Tech and Startup Newark will be hosting “The Great Winter Meetup” at  6PM on Friday, February 24th at =Space at Two Gateway Project, Newark. RSVP here. Or here.

Saturday, February 25

Girl Develop It Camden County will be hosting “Intro to HTML/CSS” at Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, 7th Floor Conference Room at 800 Cooper Street, Camden. RSVP here. Price: $80.00.

Sunday, February 26

FUBAR Labs will be hosting “Arduino Study Group” at 3PM on Sunday, February 26th at FUBAR Labs at 100 Jersey Avenue, Suite B-103, New Brunswick. RSVP here.

Monday, February 27

George Abraham will talk about Navigating the Fundraising/Investment landscape in NJ at The Morris Tech Meetup Monday Feb. 27 6:30 PM at Fairleigh Dickinson Unversity-Ther ORANGERIE at the Campus Library 285 Madison Ave, Madison NJ. RSVP here.

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Venture Hub of the Burlington County Library System will be hosting “Small Business Tax Workshop: Taxes, Registration, & Reporting” at 4:30PM on Monday, February 27th at Burlington County Library – Cinnaminson Library at 1619 Riverton Road, Cinnaminson. RSVP here.

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Brookdale Computer Users Group will be hosting “Internet++ Workshop” at 7PM on Monday, February 27 at High Technology High School (HTHS), Brookdale at 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. RSVP here.

Tuesday February 28

Launch NJ: Women Entrepreneurs Group will be hosting “Live Entrepreneurial Information  Session”  at 9:30AM on Tuesday, February 28th at 311 Main Street, Chatham. RSVP here. Price. $10.00.

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Brookdale Computer Users Group will be hosting “PC Roundtable – We Talk Computers!” at 12PM on Tuesday, February 28th at Middletown Township Public Library at 55 New Monmouth Road, Middletown. RSVP here.

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NJ Data Science – Apache Spark will be hosting “Which customers will purchase a quoted insurance? Hands-on workshop (Kaggle)” at 7PM on Tuesday, February 28th at Princeton University – Lewis Library Room 138 at Washington Road and Ivy Lane, Princeton. RSVP here.

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New Jersey Linux User Group will be hosting “Our monthly Linux User Group” at 7:30 PM on Tuesday, February 28th at Panera Bread, Route 4, Paramus. RSVP here.

Wednesday, March 1

Brick City Tech is presenting Don't Dumb Down Your Greatness LIVE  6PM March 1 at Fownders, 48 Norfolk Street, Newark NJ. In this Fireside Chat with Anthony Frasier, Frasier will talk about his entrepreneurial journey and lessons he teaches in his book Don't Dumb Down Your Greatness. RSVP here

Thursday, March 2

TechLaunch, the for-profit socially responsible NJ Business accelerator for tech startups, is holding BullPen #2 a pitch event, at the NJ Innovation Institute at NJIT, Thursday March 2, 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM. The event will be held at the Campus Center Atrium. Parking at 154 summit Street Newark. RSVP here.

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Brick City Tech is presenting The Black and Latino Tech Initiative Launch: Connecting Founders of Color to Capital, Thursday March 2, from 6PM to 8PM at Newark Venture Partners Newark Venture Partners - 7th Floor - Rutgers Entrance 1 Washington Park, Newark, NJ. "In 2016, the Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CUEED) was given the opportunity to connect founders of color to the wealth of resources the Rutgers Business School has to offer. We decided to use this opportunity to answer one hard question - What's stopping Black and Latino Founders from attracting and receiving capital for their tech ventures?The Black and Latino Tech Initiative was created and we invite you to learn more at our official launch. Register here.

Saturday March 4

The DK Entrepreneur Academy Business Growth Action Program kicks off March 4 at FDU's Madison Campus 285 Madison Avenue, Orangerie@The Campus Library. Aimed at N.J. businesses with annual revenues from $2 million to $20 million, the kickoff program includes some real value. Participants will learn about Building a business foundation to support growth, how to overcome key challenges to growing a business, networking skills for entrepreneurs, how to develop a business SWOT analysis and how to create a business growth action plan. The meeting will be led by industry veterans Jack Killion and Matt Douglas who are bringing together an experienced lineup of speakers for a six-part Business Growth Action Program (BGAP) series of workshops. Register here.

Thursday, March 9

Join the eCommerce meetup at Microsoft Iselin March 9, 6PM to 8:15PM and hear Chris Spaulding who will show a hands-on review of how he effectively leveraged social media to get the word out about this event. 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.

Saturday, March 18

TCF 2017--A one day festival covering computing and electronic technology and the oldest festival of its kind in the world--takes place Saturday, March 18, 9AM to 5 PM at The College of New Jersey. Prof. Raj Rajkumar is the George Westinghouse Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University will be speaking along with NJ space traveler and investor Greg Olsen.  Register here.

Monday, March 20

Fownders is presenting a fireside chat between Gerard Adams and Peter Yobo, Monday March 20, 7PM, 48 Norfolk Street, Newark. Yobo has been a trusted consultant to top level executives for Fortune 500 companies such as Southwest and AT&T. He became passionate about educating and ensuring millenials find career fulfillment. He is an expert in helping people like you discover your purpose and how to create an action plan to ensure you fulfill your potential. 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.

Saturday April 8-Sunday April 9

IDT Corporation is holding its first Annual Mobile Development Hackathon Saturday April 8 thorugh Sunday April 9 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.

April 28-29

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.




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