Events

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

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Every other Wednesday The LaunchNJ Entrpreneurial Tech Hub holds a breakfast club at Summit Cowork, 41 River Road in Summit.  The goal is to have a casual place for entrepreneurs to test their business models. RSVP here.

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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.

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Drupal drop-in and co-working happens Fridays from 2PM to 5 PM at Princeton University Web development Services 698 Alexander Rd. Princeton. More information here.

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LaunchNJ is holding a holiday party Friday Dec. 19 at Summit Coworking, 41 River Road, Summit, sponsored by Wiss accounting. RSVP here.

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On Dec. 19, tech entrepreneur Scott Barnett is holding office hours at Summit Coworking Space 41 River Road, Summit starting at 1PM as part of a Launch NJ series. Barnett is a serial entrepreneur. One on Ones will be limited to a half hour and it will be on a first come first serve basis. RSVP here.

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LaunchNJ is holding a "Watch Learn Discuss Series" called How to Build a Startup by Steve Blank, Monday Dec. 22 from 6:30 to 9 PM at Summit Coworking, 41 River Road, Summit. RSVP here.

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BrickCity Tech and Code for Newark are hosting a Digital Holiday Party Monday Dec. 29 at Equal Space, 89 Market Street, 4th Floor, Newark NJ. $5. RSVP here.

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The Launch NJ Life Sciences Hub will present Lean Startup as applied to the SBIR process, Monday January 5, 6 PM at Kean University's STEM Building, 1075 Morris Ave, Union NJ. Mark Annett's presentation will take on the debate if lean startup methodology can really be applied to life sciences?  In this workshop, you will get an understanding of the general principles of lean methodology and when it would be appropriate to apply them and when it wouldn't. RSVP here.

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MakerBar is holding a Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Game Emulator course, Saturday Jan. 10 from 1PM to 5PM. This course will include: 1) How to set up a Raspberry Pi with Raspian and install the RetroPie project with emulation station2) How to add ROMs or game files to the emulator3) How to configure and map the buttons for your controller to the various emulators.4) Provide other resources for you to explore including the SNES controller circuit board.  Meeting takes place at MakerBar 38 Jackson St. 2nd Floor. $150/per person. RSVP here.

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The Python User Group in Princeton will be holding a Hack & Tell event Monday, Jan. 12 6:30 PM at Tigerlabs, 252 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor, Princeton NJ "We will start the new year off with an open format meetup." Present a project and talk about your experiences, ask for a code review and talk about best practices. RSVP here.

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NJ Tech Meetup 56 will feature Jeff Braverman, Nuts.com: Going From I-Banking To Peanuts on January 12 at 6:45PM will feature Jeff Braverman of Nuts.com . "Jeff started Nuts.com (then NutsOnline.com) from his freshman dorm room in 1999.  After a 7 month stint at Blackstone, in 2003 he decided to build something real and joined his small, 74 year old family business." The meeting takes place at the  Howe Center - Stevens Institute of Technology Bissinger Room (4th Floor). RSVP here.

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The Morris Tech Meetup 6:30 PM Jan. 14 at Fairleigh Dickinson University, 285 Madison Ave, Campus Library, will present AHM and Social Smart founder Joe Luzi. Joe grew AHM to $430 Million before exiting to private equity.NJ based Advanced Health Media (AHM) is a leading global provider of technology and service solutions designed to manage compliant Interactions with healthcare professionals for the life sciences industry. RSVP here.

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Jersey Shore Tech is presenting a workshop: React.js: Creating Simple, Smart User Interfaces, Tuesday Jan. 20 at Cowerks, 619 Lake Ave, 3rd Floor, Asbury Park. RSVP here. Ticket here. Early Bird $29

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The NJ News Commons is holding a one day workshop called Conquer Mobile for Publishers with Amir Husak, digital artist and technology guru and adjunct professor at Montclair State's School of Communications and Media. The event will take place Friday Jan. 16, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Montclair State's Morehead Hall 143. Cost is $35 with lunch and parking included. Register here. Scholarships available.

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The NJ Linux Users Group is holding an End of Year Xmas Bash Tuesday Dec. 30, 7PM to 10PM, at the Versaille Diner, 516 U.S. 46, Fairfield NJ RSVP here.

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NJTC is hosting a panel discussion on acquiring talent: Trends: an indepth look at today's workforce Jan. 22 from 4:30 to 7 PM at Juniper Networks OpenLab, 200 Somerset Corporate Blvd. Suite 4001, Bridgewater NJ 08807."Join us for a discussion focusing on the latest Talent Trends. Our panel of experts will explore trends in hiring, retaining (incentives/compensation) and managing workforce differences. The is your opportunity to gain insight from some of our country's leading HR firms." Open to tech CEOs, CFOs and HR Leaders. Non members $100, Members $50. Register here.

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Montclair Entrepreneurs meetup is presenting a meeting on Demystifying Domain Names: Using them as a Marketing, Business and IP tool. David Postolski, IP attorney at Gearhart Law, will deliver a short address to set the scene, then moderate a panel of experts in this area (panelists TBA). The meeting takes place Tuesday January 27, 2015 at Montclair State University 1 Normal Ave, University Hall Conference Center, 7th Floor, Montclair NJ. RSVP here.

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If you are an NJTC member you can go with the organization to Washngton DC to lobby members of Congress in their annual Tech Trek. This is truly a unique opportunity to try to get Congress to understand your company's needs. Feb. 10-11, 2015. Register here.

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NJTC's Innovation Forecast will highlight innovation from throughout the region from new ventures and large companies alike. The Forecast will also feature a panel on how new ides will be funded in 2015 and beyond. After the event, there will be a chance to tour the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab where the meeting will take place Feb. 10, 1-5 PM , at PPPL, 100 Stellarator road, Princeton. Members $75. Non Members $150. Information and registration here.

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The February Morris Tech Meetup will feature Wiley Cerilli of First Round Capital. Cerilli is a former entrepreneur who sold Single Platform for $100 Million to Constant Contact. Learn how he did it. The meeting takes place Tuesday Feb. 10 6:30 PM at Fairleigh Dickinson, Orangerie at the Campus Library, 285 Madison Ave. Madison NJ RSVP here.






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