On June 18, the Venture Association of New Jersey will be presenting Cristian A. Ossa, Angel Investor and Screening Committee Chair, Delaware Crossing Investor Group who will discuss "Angel Tells How to Get Checks: A recovering Entrepreneur's Lesssons in Raising Angel Money." The meeting will take place at the Marriott Hanover, in Whippany, at 11:30 AM. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Members $35, nonmembers $55. More at the door.
The Jersey City Tech meetup is trying to regroup and talk about the future of Tech in Jersey City. The meeting will be Tuesday June 18 at 6:45 at Indiegrove coworking space, 121 Newark Ave, 5th Floor, Jersey City. RSVP here.
Jersey Shore Tech Meetup is featuring Cowerks Univers ity with SorinRand. The topic will be financing your early stage business. Join them Tuesday June 18, 7PM, at Cowerks, 619 Lake Ave, Asbury Park. RSVP here.
Come to the NJ Hadoop meetup Tues, June 18 at 7 PM to learn about MapR, a leading provider of enterprise grade Hadoop and NoSql products. The meeting will take place at Princeton IT Services, 3525 Quakerbridge Rd. #1400, IBIS Office Plaza, Hamilton Township. RSVP here.
Join the New Jersey Macintosh Computer club for WWDC Review--Anonymous Downloading, Digital Camera Sensors, ISO and more, Tuesday June 18 at the Allwood Library, 44 Lyall Rd. Clifton. RSVP here.
On Wed. June 19 The Princeton Tech Meetup will be presenting Mark Peter Davis on the Secrets of Raising Venture Capital. The event takes place at 7PM at the Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street. RSVP here.
Lean Newark is presenting "Identify and Execute Great Ideas," Wed. June 19 at the Robert Treat Hotel, 50 Park Place, Newark. The workshop will discuss how entrepreneurs decide if their ideas are worth the time, money and effort to pursue. RSVP here
Join some pancake lovers at NJ Tech Breakfast Wed. June 19, 8AM at Panera Bread, 310 Washington St. Hoboken NJ. Come out to meet some Hoboken tech people and get conversation going. RSVP here.
A new meetup --the Innovation Technology Meetup--will hold its first meeting at the NJIT EDC, Newark, Thursday June 20 11:30 to 1 PM. At this luncheon the Michael Liguori will demonstrate What are Mind's For Voice RT app that allows voice control of a Radio Thermostat via an app. RSVP here.
The NJ Unified Communications User Group will cover the topics New features in Exchange 2013, Architectural changes in Exchange 2013, Layer 4 HA related questions, routing changes and improvements at a meetup Thursday June 20, 6:30 PM to 9 PM, at 101 Wood Ave S. in Islin. RSVP for this meetup here.
NJTC is presenting a Mobile Apps Forum and Competition at Fairleigh Dickinson University, The Mansion, 2PM to 6:30 PM on June 20 2013. NJTC will present two panels and a Mobile Application Showcase where selected developers from the US and other parts of the world will make presentations of their applications. You can complete a submission form for this contest by clicking here. RSVP here. $25.00 members, $50 non-members and $10 students.
The NJ Tech Meetup will host Peter Bell, author, speaker, hackNY, CTOschool, General Assembly who will speak about effective software development on June 20, at 6:45 PM at Stevens Institute of Technology, Howe Center. RSVP here.
The folks at Cowerks and Asbury Agile are sponsoring "Hacking Asbury" an event to bring creative and tech communities together from 8:30 AM to 7 PM on Saturday June 22, at Cowerks, 619 Lake Ave. in Asbury Park. Says Bret Morgan: "It's more than a conference and more than a hackathon, it's a community event for people to come out and hear some great speakers, sit with some outstanding mentors, or build something cool to show the community. Throw in some food and beer and it's pretty much a summer BBQ for hackers, builders and entrepreneurs." A special Jersey Shore Tech meetup will be held Friday June 21 to kick off the event Tickets are $25; $10 for students. Space is limited. Tickets can be purchased at hackingasbury.com.
The Jersey Shore Tech Meetup will host a special meetup on Friday June 21, at Cowerks, 619 Lake Ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park, NJ 7PM featuring Greg Besner, currently the CFO at SecondMarket Holdings. A successful serial entrepreneur with NJ roots, Greg attended Wharton for his MBA and holds a BA from Rutgers. RSVP here.
Raritan Valley Startups and Entrepreneurs Meetup takes place Monday June 24 at the Somerset County Library in Bridgewater. The topic will be Turning Your Idea into a Business. RSVP here.
The Princeton/Central Jersey Section of IEEE is offering a talk on distributed mobility of the future mobile internet. This ComSoc distinguished lecture by Dr. Anthony Chan, will take place June 25 6 PM at DeVry University, North Brunswick. There is no admission charge. More information here.
The Thursday June 27 Meeting of Scarlet Startups, 6:30 to 9 PM will discuss The Fundraising Rules at Rutgers Business School in Newark. Mark Peter Davis, a partner at High Peaks Venture, serial entrepreneur will discuss the rules of the game as presented in his book Fundraising Rules. RSVP here.
The NJ Entrepreneurship and Tech Startup meetup Thursday June 27, 7 PM, at JuiceTank, 220 Davidson Ave in Somerset will feature Louis Gagnon, chief product and marketing officer at Yodle. Price is $5. RSVP here.
The Thursday June 27 Meeting of the Princeton Tech Meetup will present Josh Seiden, author of Lean UX, applying lean UX principles to user experience. The meeting starts at 7 PM, Princeton Public Library,65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton. RSVP here.
The next Madison Tech Meetup will feature a keynote by Bert Navarrete, cofounder of Tigerlabs, Wed. July 10,at 6 PM. The event will take place at Fairleigh Dickinson University, ORANGERIE at the Campus Library, 285 Madison Ave, Madison. RSVP here.
The Central Jersey Data Insight Group (DIG) will be using python to do sentiment analysis of a twitter feed at its next meeting Friday July 12, 6 PM, at 100 Overlook Center, Princeton. This group is about data analysis, big data, business intelligence etc. RSVP here.
The NJTC Health Information Technology Summit will take place July 11 at the NJ Hospital Association Conference Center, Princeton, NJ. The event is aimed at senior and executive level decision makers across all aspects of the healthcare technology continuum. Keynote speakers will be John R. Lumkin, Senior VP and director at Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Mary E. O'Dowd, Commissioner of NJDOH. RSVP here.
The next meeting of the Northern NJ programmer's monthly meetup will take place at Panera Bread in Fairlawn, 7:30 PM on Thursday July 11. RSVP here.