Intention of the event: to shed light on women making a difference and to inspire future leaders to take action in pursuing their own passions and building meaningful technology-enabled companies.
Our Washington, D.C. Global Summit is an intimate one day event featuring CEO’s. C-Suites, CDO’s, innovators, and global thought leaders, special keynotes, dynamic speakers and panelists.
An inspiring and empowering evening of networking, and a panel discussion with women who are making huge strides in the Tech industry. They will share their stories, the obstacles they’ve overcome, and their hopes for the future of the industry.
This course provides a broad introduction to machine learning and statistical pattern recognition.
It's going to destroy the City! Life will never be the same! The fears are totally overblown! I will definitely never be able to afford a house now! The City is going to be overrun! This really won't change much! Story worrying! Start worrying!
During this TechMeeting we will hear from leading research labs, innovative startups and large corporations.
The future is here: Self-driving cars are on the streets, IBM's Watson triumphed on Jeopardy over puny human brains, and computer programs can now beat the world's best humans at the ancient game of Go. But how do all these things work?
Join us for a one-day conference right in the heart of London, as we highlight women and underrepresented innovators and leaders in STEAM industries.
GHC will be October 2-4, 2019 in Orlando, FL. They are still busy planning GHC 19, but we will update our the GHC website with new information as soon as possible. Here is the general timeline for this year:
The Call for Participation will open January 16, 2019 at 9 a.m. PT.
Scholarship applications will open January 16, 2019 at 9 a.m. PT.
Abie Award nominations are open until February 13, 2019, 5 p.m. PT.
Sponsorships will open February 26, 2019 at 9 a.m. PT.
We recruit for volunteer opportunities throughout the year. See what opportunities are available now.
General registration will open in mid-July. We will post pricing and details in early summer.
Logistical information (services, shuttle routes, child care, etc.) will be posted in late summer.
Join us as we explore the intersection between tech, entertainment, the arts, and interactive technology.
The Tech Traphouse is the convergence between indie artists, emerging technologies, and the Arts. We are a launchpad new indie music artists, artists, and tech founders. At this event, you will see the vibrancy of the Bay Area music scene and learn about emerging technologies such as Blockchain, AI, Machine Learning, VR/AR, and etc. Each TTH zone will have a different experience.
This panel will discuss challenges and opportunities in building and promoting vegan technology, including securing funding, pitfalls to avoid, how nonprofits can partner with the right technologists, and more. Learn how to launch vegan tech and/or become involved. A fantastic chance to meet vegan tech founders, nonprofit leaders, and others who are advancing the vegan movement through technology.
Fashion Tech Conference hopes to foster an innovative community where influencers, investors, startups, creatives and technologists to connect and learn about the future of fashion and retail.
The event is brought to you by Cambrian Ventures, which is supporting the next stage of evolution in fintech through community, capital & advisory. The community is comprised of 2,500+ product managers, engineers, designers, founders and creators who are excited about using technology to build meaningful products in financial services.
We will present a new Java library that allows Java programs to stream data into databases at high speed using a simple API.
The general public is growing fearful of technology, calling ethics into question. At the same time, software leaders and teams are discouraged and apprehensive about product misuse.
Join entrepreneurs, startups, investors, bankers, and others in the finance, blockchain, crypto, banking, payments and tech industry for a happy hour mixer. It will be a great opportunity to build your network and community in the fintech space and have conversations around where fintech is headed.
Join us for an exciting Women in Product event with networking and a panel discussion with a group of women product leaders and rising stars on April 9th at 6pm.
This event is open to women and men of all professional backgrounds and ethnicities however you need to be 21+ to attend.
Come join fellow Augmented Reality and Computer Vision/Machine Learning folks for our fun-packed event!
The ongoing demo room will feature a variety of activities, resources, and mathematical inventions connected to GeoGebra and will show the relationship between these implementations and the real world. Activities can be done on participants’ own phones and tablets and will include augmented reality, 3D printing, logic games, art-related designs, and more, including a special selection from the materials collected by the more than 1,200 members of the GeoGebra Arts & STEAM international Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/GeoGebraSTEAM/
CyberSecurity is one of the fastest growing career fields. Join the Howard University CyberSecurity Education & Research Center (CERC) for a program that will highlight current issues and the roadmap for success. The program is free and open to students, faculty, staff and community members. We will meet in the Howard University Business School (room 200) from 9am - 1pm on March, 29th with refreshement and lunch served.
A large number of IT products & services will reach their end of life within the next year, and with spring fast approaching, there is no better time to update your antiquated hardware and software.
End of support can result in increased security risks, higher operational costs, no more critical updates, and non-compliance. Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, HP, Amazon Web Services and more have solutions that are reaching end of support, and MDS is here to help you update before it's too late.
So join the MDS team for passed hors d'oeuvres, drinks, "end of support" themed trivia, prizes and more! Get ahead of end of support deadlines this spring so your business remains productive, secure and streamlined.
Spring is right around the corner, and this is the perfect time for a fresh start!
The 2019 RSA Federal Summit will be held on March 26, 2019 at the Marriott Metro Center in Washington, D.C.
This educational, one-day symposium, which is free to government and academia, will discuss the latest cybersecurity developments within the Federal government, featuring thought leaders and subject matter experts from numerous agencies.
The event also includes the MITRE-ATARC Cybersecurity Collaboration Symposium, where government, academic and industry brainstorm and whiteboard a variety of security topics, and the Cybersecurity Technology Showcase, where leading security vendors demonstrate cutting-edge cybersecurity products and solutions.
Pitch once and meet all the attendees.
Meet with experienced engineers from reputable companies.
Generate interest from experinced engineers you wouldn't be able to meet at job fairs and on job boards.
Pitch your company vision, there by hiring talent that is right fit for your culture.
Panel of Judges is made up of software engineers bringing more visibility to your job postings.
Enage with developers through the panel and audience votes.
Cut down the cost and time involved in tech hiring.
Great opportunity to learn from other hiring managers.
Create buzz and PR for your company as an innovator.
Join us for panel discussions from prominent women in the gaming industry at Glu Mobile, near the Moscone Center.
This panel will discuss how we find, transact and manage residential and commercial real estate is moving into a new era of empowerment and digitalization. Join Columbia University Alumni who are trailblazers in investment, brokerage and management to explore how emerging technologies are reshaping the business of real estate and the future of the built environment.
Come celebrate Pi Day with Free Play! From 4:00 to 6:00 pm on March 14, admission to MoMath will be completely free for all visitors! Come enjoy all your favorite exhibits — and if you have friends who have never been to the Museum, there’s no better time to bring them along.
Join fellow technologists, entrepreneurs, and investors for the NY Enterprise Technology Meetup's (NYETM) March meetup on Wednesday 3/13/19 from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Work-Bench!
Alexis brings a strong focus on technical elegance and operational efficiency to Datadog. Prior to founding Datadog, Alexis Lê-Quôc served as the Director of Operations for Wireless Generation where he built the team and infrastructure that served more than 4 million students in 49 states. As a member of the original “devops” movement, Alexis spent several years as a software engineer at IBM Research, Neomeo and Orange. Alexis holds an MS, CS from the Ecole Centrale Paris and has presented sessions on cloud monitoring and server performance at conferences including AWS re:Invent, Monitorama, DevOpsDays, Velocity, and PyCon.
Looking to break into tech? In this talk, we’ll offer a gentle introduction to how to start learning more about software engineering. We’ll be discussing what exactly engineers do on a day to day basis and the technical skills required to successfully start a career.
We’ll be answering all your questions around various technologies, technical terms and anything else you can think of.
This event is perfect for anyone interested in learning how building web applications or become a software engineer or anyone looking to attend a coding bootcamp.
Don’t miss the next installment of Unlimited, MoMath’s mix-n-mingle evening for students in late middle school through high school. If you're excited by the idea of a fun-filled, math-focused night where you can hang out with old and new friends, enjoy cookies and hot chocolate, and move to some great tunes, then you won't want to miss this exciting program on March 10.
Founded a tech startup but don't know how to code?
It's critical for non-technical founders to understand the basic challenges involved in building a tech startup. Understanding the technical impact of early decisions puts founders in a much stronger position to thrive. This is why startups with at least one technical co-founder have a much greater chance of raising institutional investment than those without one.
Join us for a two-hour crash course to learn the basics. In this session, professional full-stack engineer Dan Kwon will teach you about the basics of backends & databases: What is a REST API? What is a web framework? Should you use Node, Rails or Django? Which database should you use? How do I deal with scalability and security?
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Navigate your career with insights on what matters now: data science, machine learning, and more.
Network with like-minded women in tech around the world in our 2nd Annual virtual conference! Log on from anywhere!
This workshop will discuss advances in single cell and single molecule analysis tools that could be used to better understand the effect of environmental exposures on human health.