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


The New Jersey Linux User Group Meets the last Tuesday of the month from 7PM to 10PM at  Panera Bread, Rt. 4, Paramus, NJ. RSVP here.


Wednesday, March 4

The March 4 Morris Tech Meetup will feature Peter Bell. Bell is an experienced entrepreneur, technologist, agile coach and CTO specializing in EdTech projects. The meeting takes place at Fairleigh Dickinson University, The Orangerie, the Campus Library, 6:30 PM, 285 Madison Avenue, Madison NJ. RSVP here.


On Wed. March 4 the Montclair Entrepreneurs group will be featuring Entrepreneurial Journeys. Three startup entrepreneurs will share their startup journey including Jason Vitug who left Silicon Valley and came back to NJ. Inbox Messenger, the former TechLaunch company that raised $3.9 million and Futurestay, which is disrupting the vacation rental market. The meeting takes place at Montclair State University, 1 Normal Ave, Montclair. 6 PM RSVP here.


MakerBar is hosting Mobile Mad-ness Wednesday Wilderness... Explore New Mobile Tech from 7 - 10PM March 4 at 38 Jackson St. in Hoboken, RSVP here.


Pluralsight Web Tech Classes @The Sumit Public Library is hosting WPF and XAML Fundamentals at 6:30 PM. RSVP here.

Thursday, March 5

The LOPSA-NJ Meeting March 5 will discuss Systems Log Aggregation using ElasticSearch/LogStash/Kibana.  The speaker will be Peter Grace, director of IT for Stack Exchange. The meeting starts at 7 PM, Lawrence HQ Branch of the Mercer County Library, 2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville. RSVP here.


LaunchNJ: Montclair Tech and Media Startups is presenting a meeting on Copyright, Trademarks & Patents for Startups featuring patent attorneys Roosevelt V. Segarra and Jennifer J. Jedra of Myers Wollin. The meeting takes place Thursday, March 5, 2015, 7 PM at C3Workplace, 26 Park Street, Suite 2000, Montclair, NJ RSVP here.


LaunchNJ is presenting a workshop on The Business Model Canvas Thursday March 5, 6:30 PM at Summit Coworking Space, 41 River Road, Summit NJ."Don't do a business plan first... start by creating your business model! Participants will receive an overview of the  Business Model Canvas. It is based on the latest thinking in Lean Startup and Design Thinking. It is useful for both startups and established ventures alike." RSVP here.


Friday, March 6

Central NJ Drupal Group is hosting Drupal drop-in and co-working from 2-5PM at 693 Alexander Road at Princeton University. RSVP here.


Saturday, March 7

MakerBar is hosting Intro to 3D Printing from 11 to 3PM at 38 Jackson St in Hoboken. RSVP here.


Monday, March 9

The LaunchNJ Life Sciences Hub will discuss the Business Model Canvas applied to Life Sciences presented by Dominick Celentano and Sam Kongsamut, Monday March 9 at Kean University STEM building, 1075 Morris Ave, Union. RSVP here.

Tuesday, March 10

The AITP Garden State Chapter presents An Evening with Cisco Systems and Allliant Technologies, talking about Cisco Unified Communications, Tuesday March 10, 2015, 5:30 PM. The buffet dinner included. Alliant Technologies Headquarters,360 Mt. Kemble Avenue, Morristown. RSVP to


NJ Founders & Funders , organized by the NJEDA Technology and Life Sciences (TLS) team, gives emerging tech and life sciences companies in NJ access to smart angel and venture capital investors. The next Founders & Funders session is slated for March 10, 2015 at 11:30AM at the Commercialization Center for Innovative Technology, 675 US Highway One, North Brunswick. Slots are filling up quickly! RSVP here.


The NJ Tech Meetup 58 March 10 will feature a fireside chat with Marc Lore, founder of Lore, the past founder of who exited to, is starting a new e-commerce business. The meeting takes place at 6:45 PM, Howe Center-Stevens Institute of Technology, Bissinger room, 8th/Hudson, Hoboken. $8 RSVP here.


Microsoft Mobile Application Developers meetup is holding office hours for mobile and cloud developers to work on apps/games with help form on-site tech evangelists. This meeting takes place from 2 PM to 6 PM, Tuesday March 10, at the Microsoft New Jersey Office 101 Wood Avenue South,Metro Park 101, Suite 900
Iselin, NJ. RSVP here.


Microsoft Mobile App Developers will discuss Building Cross-Platform Hybrid Apps with Visual Studio Tools for Cordova, Tuesday, March 10, 6 PM to 9 PM at  Microsoft New Jersey Office in Iselin,101 Wood Avenue South Metro Park 101, Suite 900, Iselin. Dave Voyles will present on mobile cross-platform development. RSVP here.

Wednesday, March 11


The Launch NJ: Women Entrepreneurs' Hub will be featuring Piera Accumanno, the program manager, of TechLaunch, NJ's tech accelerator. Accumanno will explain the TechLaunch program. The meeting takes place Wednesday, March 11, 6:30 PM at FDU Ferguson Rec. Center, 285 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ. RSVP


Microsoft is holding a Cloud DevCamp, a free full day event Wednesday March 11, 2015, 9 AM to 5 PM,at the Microsoft New Jersey Office in Iselin, 101 Wood Ave South, Metro Park 101, Suite 900, Iselin, NJ. Learn the latest Azure developer tools and technologies from Steve Maier and Nick Landry. Register here.


Big Data Palooza New Jersey is an event happening Wednesday March 11 at Juice Tank Innovation Lab, 220 Davidson Ave. Somerset from 6 PM to 8 PM. The topic will be "Lessons Learned from the Trenches" with speaker  Volney Stefflre, Big Data Solution Lead at Knowledgent. RSVP here.


The Plurasight Web Tech Classes at the Summit Public Library continue on Wednesday, March 11 with WPF and XAML fundamentals. 6:30 PM. RSVP here.


MakerBar is hosting Micro-Controller Special Interest Group at 7 - 11:45 PM at 38 Jackson St in Hoboken. RSVP here.

Thursday, March 12

NJTC CIO Conference will take place March 12 at the Eisenhower Conference Center, Livingston NJ. The event will cover Security as a Business Strategy as it relates to CIOs, CEOs and CFOs. "Cybersecurity is now a persistent business risk. It is no longer an issue that concerns only information technology and security professionals; the impact has extended to the C-suite and boardroom. If a company currently does not have a comprehensive information security strategy, it should be a high priority for management." Register here.


Wider Opportunities for Women presents New Jersey's Forum on Women in Information Technology, March 12, 1PM to 4:30 PM at Essex County College. Panelists from Essex County College, NJIT, Newark Workforce Investment Board, Rutgers and others. Some topics to be covered include effective ways to incorporate a gender lens in IT curriculum and best practices to prepare women for the IT workforce. Information here. RSVP here.


Data Connectors is holding a central NJ Tech Security Conference, Thursday March 12 from 8 AM to 5 PM in Princeton at the Westin, Forrestal Village, 201 Village Boulevard, Princeton. Conference has 30-60 vendor exhibits as well as 8-12 industry experts from the respective market discussing current issues such as email security, LAN security, wireless security, social media security, cloud security, compliance and more. RSVP here. $100. RSVP here. 


Central NJ Drupal Group is hosting Central NJ Drupal Meetup March 12 from 7-9PM at Friend Center at Princeton University. RSVP here.


The Northern NJ Programmer's Meetup is hosting Northern NJ Programmer's Monthly Meetup  March 12 at 7:30 PM at Panera Bread 23-2 Fair Lawn Ave, in Fair Lawn. RSVP here.


North Jersey Web Design & Adobe tools Group is hosting North Jersey Web Development Group Meeting at 7:30PM at Panera Bread in Fair Lawn ($10.00 for non web professionals) RSVP here.

Friday, March 13

Central NJ Drupal Group is hosting Drupal drop-in and co-working from 2-5PM at Princeton University- Web Development Services, 693 Alexander Rd, Princeton, NJ. RSVP here.


The Maker Depot makerspace is holding a four week course called Introduction to 3D printing, starting Friday March 13 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, at Maker Depot, 60 Commerce Way, Suite F, Totowa NJ.$80.25. RSVP here.

Monday, March 16

Tuesday, March 17

On Tuesday, March 17, the NJ Entrepreneurs and Technology Startups group will host Big Ideas: How Karma CEO Steven van Wel is changing how we access the Internet, 6:45 PM at JuiceTank Innovation Lab, 220 Davidson Ave, Somerset NJ. "During this presentation, Karma CEO Steven van Wel will be taking us through what the future of wireless Internet will look like." RSVP here. 

Wednesday, March 18

Rescheduled :Montclair Entrepreneurs is presenting Demystifying Domain Names, Wed March 18, 2015, Montclair State University, 1 Normal Ave, Montclair. "Dream of seeing your startup’s name in the lights of the Internet? What would it cost to become a registrar of a domain (say, Citibank purchasing .bank)? How do you navigate and demystify the world of domain names? Has your company’s domain name ever been held hostage for a large sum of money? Join us Jan. 27 for a lively and engaging discussion on how to use domain names as a marketing, business and intellectual property tool." David Postolsky moderates. RSVP here.


Thursday, March 19

The Dataholics meetup is presenting ROI and Impact of Social Analytics, 6 PM Thursday March 19, at Information Builders, 25B, suite 210, Vreeland Road, Florham Park. "Join us as we discuss ways to measure and allocate value to Social Analytics Use-Cases." Hosted by Stephen Zampino. RSVP here.


Tuesday, March 24

MMAD, the microsoft mobile application developers group will be hosting "Introduction to Mobile Game Development with Unity 3D" Tuesday March 24 6 PM at the Microsoft New Jersey Office in Iselin, 101 Wood Ave. South. RSVP here. Seats are limited.


Wednesday, March 25

The 6th Annual Government Management Information Systems  Technology Education Conference will take place March 25 at The Palace at Somerset Park, 333 Davidson Ave., Somerset NJ. NJGMIS is an association of IT professionals. Register here.


Thursday, March 26

LaunchNJ is holding a Co-Founder & Intern Match Night, Thursday March 26, 6:30 PM, at Drew University, Mead Hall, 36 Madison Ave, Madison NJ. Co-Founder Match night is an opportunity for:• A person with a great idea/business to find a techie partner.• A techie with a great idea/product to find a sales person or someone with business development skills.• A business owner/startup to find a great intern.LaunchNJ has had 2 very successful Co-Founder Match nights in the past. Many great contacts have been made and in some instances partnerships have been forged. As an added bonus we will have Drew Students who are looking for internships present. RSVP here.

Saturday, March 28

The Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State is presenting Hack Jersey 2.0: Making Journalism Better Through Data, Code and Play, Sat. March 28 at 10 AM through Sunday March 29, at 5 PM. $15. Say the organizers: "We're bringing together coders and journalists to create innovative news apps and data journalism. Whether this is your first hackathon or you're a seasoned pro, we'll join forces to tell stories about New Jersey using publicly-available data, Web-based tools and elbow grease."  Students Free. Register here. Must fill out survey on the site.


Thursday, April 23

Tigerlabs is holding a conference called "Digital Health Innovation in Context 2015." This one day conference, which takes place in Princeton, focuses on the world of big data in digital health, strategy, opportunities and innovation. The event takes place April 23, from 8 AM to 6 PM. $250 early bird until April 1, $350 thereafter. Information here.  Register here.

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