http://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic2015-02-27T04:58:09.000ZSeattleTechCalendarSeattle Tech Calendarroyleban@groupthink.comroyleban@groupthink.comGoogle Calendar1801125http://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/036n822b2vtfhkra4i5j191jco2015-02-20T23:00:04.000Z2015-02-20T23:00:04.000ZMITEF: The Future of FoodWhen: Wed Mar 18, 2015 5:30pm to 8:30pm&nbsp; PDT<br> <br>Where: 701 5th Ave #6100, Seattle, WA 98104 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Hear the latest from an inventive wheat breeder, the break-through concepts of the modernist cuisine, how the food system is being developed globally as well as locally among cutting edge restaurants. Discover what you do, and do not know, about food and its influence on our daily lives. http://www.mitwa.org/events/innovation-forum/future-foodWhen: Wed Mar 18, 2015 5:30pm to 8:30pm  PDT<br /> <br />Where: 701 5th Ave #6100, Seattle, WA 98104 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Hear the latest from an inventive wheat breeder, the break-through concepts of the modernist cuisine, how the food system is being developed globally as well as locally among cutting edge restaurants. Discover what you do, and do not know, about food and its influence on our daily lives. http://www.mitwa.org/events/innovation-forum/future-foodmitefnw@gmail.commitefnw@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/sun2v52cn1cj21p9bgrrmgi1c02010-06-28T21:02:10.000Z2015-02-20T17:13:05.000ZSeattle Robotics Society MeetingRecurring Event<br> First start: 2010-07-17 PDT <br> Duration: 86400 <br>Where: Renton Technical College <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Monthly gathering of robot enthusiasts. Includes event announcements, show-n-tell, &amp; technical presentations. See http://www.seattlerobotics.orgRecurring Event<br /> First start: 2010-07-17 PDT <br /> Duration: 86400 <br />Where: Renton Technical College <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Monthly gathering of robot enthusiasts. Includes event announcements, show-n-tell, &amp; technical presentations. See http://www.seattlerobotics.orgjkrich@gmail.comjkrich@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/2ajm0fa8beb7h8a1h7abb13lkk2015-02-13T05:38:45.000Z2015-02-13T05:38:45.000ZCode Fellows Info SessionWhen: Thu Feb 19, 2015 7pm to 9pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Code Fellows, 511 Boren Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109, United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Come meet our instructors, see our space, talk with graduates, and get all of your questions answered. Interested in learning more about an offering or Code Fellows in general? RSVP today! When: Thursday, February 19, 2015, 7:00 p.m. Where: Code Fellows Headquarters, 511 Boren Ave. N, Seattle WA 98109 How: RSVP at https://www.codefellows.org/calendar?utm_source=seatechcal&amp;utm_medium=calendar&amp;utm_campaign=2-19-oh#feb-19-open-house Cost: Free Questions? hello@codefellows.com 206-681-9318 www.codefellows.org Code Fellows is a Seattle-based digital trade school that provides world-class technical education, career coaching, and job placement services. submitted by hello@codefellows.comWhen: Thu Feb 19, 2015 7pm to 9pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Code Fellows, 511 Boren Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109, United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Come meet our instructors, see our space, talk with graduates, and get all of your questions answered. Interested in learning more about an offering or Code Fellows in general? RSVP today! When: Thursday, February 19, 2015, 7:00 p.m. Where: Code Fellows Headquarters, 511 Boren Ave. N, Seattle WA 98109 How: RSVP at https://www.codefellows.org/calendar?utm_source=seatechcal&amp;utm_medium=calendar&amp;utm_campaign=2-19-oh#feb-19-open-house Cost: Free Questions? hello@codefellows.com 206-681-9318 www.codefellows.org Code Fellows is a Seattle-based digital trade school that provides world-class technical education, career coaching, and job placement services. submitted by hello@codefellows.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/vllq8he04le73enrhi17523vm02015-02-13T05:38:08.000Z2015-02-13T05:38:08.000ZMobile Growth Hacking with Zillow and Porch at Madrona Venture GroupWhen: Mon Mar 9, 2015 6pm to 9pm&nbsp; PDT<br> <br>Where: Madrona Venture Group - 999 3rd Ave - Seattle, WA , US <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: For full details, including the address, and to RSVP see: http://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Mobile-Growth-Hackers-Meetup/events/220356332/ Seattle Mobile Growth Hackers Meetup Join our growth chats with Jeremy Wacksman, VP Marketing at Zillow and Joanna Lord, VP Marketing at Porch.com. As Vice President of Marketing and Product, Jeremy leads marketing and communications for the company, and oversees product strategy for Zillow Mobile. Prior to joining Zillow, Jeremy drove marketing and product management for Microsoft’s Xbox LIVE and consumer mobile efforts, where he grew digital distribution for Xbox, and led product strategy for a mobile incubation group. Prior to Microsoft, he worked in product management and sales for Trilogy Software, a pioneer in ecommerce software. Jeremy holds an M.B.A from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern and a B.S. in engineering from Purdue University. Joanna is VP of Marketing at Porch, the home network. Prior to that she served as CMO at BigDoor, a loyalty software provider in Seattle, WA, and VP of Growth Marketing at Moz (previously SEOmoz), a leading inbound analytics software. She’s an expert in brand marketing, acquisition models, engagement tactics and retention marketing that drives business growth.She’s a global keynote speaker on all things digital, as well as a mentor to a variety of tech incubators and teaches Advanced Digital Marketing at the University of Washington. Additionally, she is a tech advisor to a handful of startups around the globe.Joanna was also a keynote speaker at SEMpdx’s SearchFest 2014. RSVP on our Mobile Growth Hackers Meetup page: http://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Mobile-Growth-Hackers-Meetup/events/220356332/ submitted by lida@branch.ioWhen: Mon Mar 9, 2015 6pm to 9pm  PDT<br /> <br />Where: Madrona Venture Group - 999 3rd Ave - Seattle, WA , US <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: For full details, including the address, and to RSVP see: http://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Mobile-Growth-Hackers-Meetup/events/220356332/ Seattle Mobile Growth Hackers Meetup Join our growth chats with Jeremy Wacksman, VP Marketing at Zillow and Joanna Lord, VP Marketing at Porch.com. As Vice President of Marketing and Product, Jeremy leads marketing and communications for the company, and oversees product strategy for Zillow Mobile. Prior to joining Zillow, Jeremy drove marketing and product management for Microsoft’s Xbox LIVE and consumer mobile efforts, where he grew digital distribution for Xbox, and led product strategy for a mobile incubation group. Prior to Microsoft, he worked in product management and sales for Trilogy Software, a pioneer in ecommerce software. Jeremy holds an M.B.A from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern and a B.S. in engineering from Purdue University. Joanna is VP of Marketing at Porch, the home network. Prior to that she served as CMO at BigDoor, a loyalty software provider in Seattle, WA, and VP of Growth Marketing at Moz (previously SEOmoz), a leading inbound analytics software. She’s an expert in brand marketing, acquisition models, engagement tactics and retention marketing that drives business growth.She’s a global keynote speaker on all things digital, as well as a mentor to a variety of tech incubators and teaches Advanced Digital Marketing at the University of Washington. Additionally, she is a tech advisor to a handful of startups around the globe.Joanna was also a keynote speaker at SEMpdx’s SearchFest 2014. RSVP on our Mobile Growth Hackers Meetup page: http://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Mobile-Growth-Hackers-Meetup/events/220356332/ submitted by lida@branch.iosubmit@seattletechcalendar.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/4stnqs0cc11rgegr0mcuat24p02015-02-04T03:46:15.000Z2015-02-04T03:46:15.000ZMITEF: Biotech CollaborationsWhen: Wed Feb 25, 2015 5:30pm to 8:30pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place, Seattle, WA 98101, United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: No one organization can be all things to all people. In the past few years, big pharma has been pressed to find new means to innovate. At the same time, the shifting venture capital market has created financial instability for biotech companies. The solution? Collaboration. Join us to learn how pharma and biotech groups are working together to overcome issues related to intellectual property governance and oversight, turning early stage investments into approved therapies, and coping with funding woes. You'll gain insight into how biotech collaborations are created, administered, and successfully maintained, including a discussion of IP management, operation of collaborations, and partnership selection. You'll also discover how nonprofits, for-profits, and educational institutions are leveraging intellectual property to create unique technological opportunities for all players in the industry. http://www.mitwa.org/events/innovation-forum/biotech-collaborationsWhen: Wed Feb 25, 2015 5:30pm to 8:30pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place, Seattle, WA 98101, United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: No one organization can be all things to all people. In the past few years, big pharma has been pressed to find new means to innovate. At the same time, the shifting venture capital market has created financial instability for biotech companies. The solution? Collaboration. Join us to learn how pharma and biotech groups are working together to overcome issues related to intellectual property governance and oversight, turning early stage investments into approved therapies, and coping with funding woes. You&#39;ll gain insight into how biotech collaborations are created, administered, and successfully maintained, including a discussion of IP management, operation of collaborations, and partnership selection. You&#39;ll also discover how nonprofits, for-profits, and educational institutions are leveraging intellectual property to create unique technological opportunities for all players in the industry. http://www.mitwa.org/events/innovation-forum/biotech-collaborationsmitefnw@gmail.commitefnw@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/gl8unrpinc30n98q6s7kvjr3002015-01-23T01:07:13.000Z2015-01-23T01:07:13.000ZWSTA Briefing: Using Open Data to Drive Innovation and EntrepreneurshipWhen: Wed Feb 18, 2015 11:30am to 1pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 Sixth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: The benefits of open data and transparency are uniquely visible within the entrepreneurial world. Data is what fuels innovators' work; the more data available for them to use, the easier it is for them to create new tools, apps, projects, and programs, all of which can be geared towards boosting entrepreneurship. With this in mind, it is important for us to promote the idea that fusing the two - open data and entrepreneurship - will result in more positive, impactful results. More cities are putting information on everything from street-cleaning schedules to police-response times and restaurant inspection reports in the public domain, in the hope that people will find a way to make money off the data. Supporters of such programs often see them as a local economic stimulus plan, allowing software developers and entrepreneurs in cities ranging from San Francisco to South Bend, Ind., to New York, to build new businesses based on the information they get from government websites. The origins of city open-data programs can be traced back to a December 2009 Obama administration directive to federal agencies to post more public information online. Since then, some 175 federal agencies-including the Defense and Justice departments-have posted more than 88,000 data sets on data.gov, the federal government's open-data site. And more than 43 cities have followed suit. Since 2010, City of Seattle has put more than 200 data sets online, including crime rates, 911 calls and the precise locations of bicycle racks. Panelists: Deep Dhillon - Chief Technology Officer, Socrata - the world leader in cloud solutions for open data and data-driven governments Wilford Saunders, Jr. - Senior Program Manager, Open Data - State of Washington Bud J. Harris - Director of Information Service, Kitsap County Moderator: Charles Keating, president, West Sound Technology Association and president, Keating Consulting Service, Inc. Audience: Entrepreneurs, Business, Decision makers, Technical (not just for geeks) Some questions we hope to answer: What is the relationship between open and big data, business Intelligence and data analytics? What are the key attributes of Open/Big data ? - a primer on the key terms What are the opportunities for entrepreneurs regarding apps or solutions to solve problems? What is Washington State and Kitsap County doing for Open Data policies and coordination? Where are some of the issues and challenges with achieving the full potential of Open Data? What local applications exist now? Partnerships, hackathons? Registration required at http://bit.ly/WSTA-opendataWhen: Wed Feb 18, 2015 11:30am to 1pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 Sixth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: The benefits of open data and transparency are uniquely visible within the entrepreneurial world. Data is what fuels innovators&#39; work; the more data available for them to use, the easier it is for them to create new tools, apps, projects, and programs, all of which can be geared towards boosting entrepreneurship. With this in mind, it is important for us to promote the idea that fusing the two - open data and entrepreneurship - will result in more positive, impactful results. More cities are putting information on everything from street-cleaning schedules to police-response times and restaurant inspection reports in the public domain, in the hope that people will find a way to make money off the data. Supporters of such programs often see them as a local economic stimulus plan, allowing software developers and entrepreneurs in cities ranging from San Francisco to South Bend, Ind., to New York, to build new businesses based on the information they get from government websites. The origins of city open-data programs can be traced back to a December 2009 Obama administration directive to federal agencies to post more public information online. Since then, some 175 federal agencies-including the Defense and Justice departments-have posted more than 88,000 data sets on data.gov, the federal government&#39;s open-data site. And more than 43 cities have followed suit. Since 2010, City of Seattle has put more than 200 data sets online, including crime rates, 911 calls and the precise locations of bicycle racks. Panelists: Deep Dhillon - Chief Technology Officer, Socrata - the world leader in cloud solutions for open data and data-driven governments Wilford Saunders, Jr. - Senior Program Manager, Open Data - State of Washington Bud J. Harris - Director of Information Service, Kitsap County Moderator: Charles Keating, president, West Sound Technology Association and president, Keating Consulting Service, Inc. Audience: Entrepreneurs, Business, Decision makers, Technical (not just for geeks) Some questions we hope to answer: What is the relationship between open and big data, business Intelligence and data analytics? What are the key attributes of Open/Big data ? - a primer on the key terms What are the opportunities for entrepreneurs regarding apps or solutions to solve problems? What is Washington State and Kitsap County doing for Open Data policies and coordination? Where are some of the issues and challenges with achieving the full potential of Open Data? What local applications exist now? Partnerships, hackathons? Registration required at http://bit.ly/WSTA-opendatawsta08@gmail.comwsta08@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/02e0r9vvrsgaoofhluo1repaog2015-01-14T19:58:28.000Z2015-01-14T19:58:28.000ZMITEFNW: Our Living CityWhen: Wed Jan 28, 2015 5:30pm to 8:30pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Impact Hub Seattle, 220 2nd Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104, United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Enhanced climate resilience. Meters and analytics. Policy frameworks. Smart technologies that optimize a city’s built environment of infrastructure, buildings and green space. Reuse and recycling efforts. Carbon neutrality. Water and energy conservation. Mobility and urban transport. Economic and social prosperity. They’re all elements of a more sustainable urban ecosystem. And reflections of an increased focus on creating more livable and more prosperous urban environments. So, what can we do now to seize the moment and move beyond the rhetoric? And how do we separate false promises from the technologies, best practices and governmental structures that can actually make for a greener and more sustainable future? See more at the following link: http://www.mitwa.org/events/innovation-forum/our-living-cityWhen: Wed Jan 28, 2015 5:30pm to 8:30pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Impact Hub Seattle, 220 2nd Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104, United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Enhanced climate resilience. Meters and analytics. Policy frameworks. Smart technologies that optimize a city’s built environment of infrastructure, buildings and green space. Reuse and recycling efforts. Carbon neutrality. Water and energy conservation. Mobility and urban transport. Economic and social prosperity. They’re all elements of a more sustainable urban ecosystem. And reflections of an increased focus on creating more livable and more prosperous urban environments. So, what can we do now to seize the moment and move beyond the rhetoric? And how do we separate false promises from the technologies, best practices and governmental structures that can actually make for a greener and more sustainable future? See more at the following link: http://www.mitwa.org/events/innovation-forum/our-living-citymitefnw@gmail.commitefnw@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/a5me4sqccp3ks44rkipls877og2015-01-02T22:29:29.000Z2015-01-02T22:29:29.000ZHow Much Is Your Startup Worth?When: Thu Jan 15, 2015 5:30pm to 8pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: One Union Square Boardroom <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Just how much is your startup worth? The short answer is probably less than you'd like and more than an investor would prefer to pay. So how do you reconcile the various perspectives and settle on a valuation for your pre- or post-revenue startup or emerging growth company? It's not a simple task. It'll depend on things like your industry, timing, stage of development and the type and amount of money you're looking for. And the process is rife with terms like EBITDA, financial forecasts and discounted cash flow analysis. Want to know more? Join us for an enlightening and interactive discussion of just how young companies are valued. We've assembled an expert panel of been-there-done-that entrepreneurs, investors and consultants to help you understand the key drivers of valuation, including approaches to take, factors to consider, information to prepare and questions to answer. We'll also look at how various types of financing -- crowdfunding, for example -- can influence value. Bring your questions and share your experiences. More information and registration at mitwa.orgWhen: Thu Jan 15, 2015 5:30pm to 8pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: One Union Square Boardroom <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Just how much is your startup worth? The short answer is probably less than you&#39;d like and more than an investor would prefer to pay. So how do you reconcile the various perspectives and settle on a valuation for your pre- or post-revenue startup or emerging growth company? It&#39;s not a simple task. It&#39;ll depend on things like your industry, timing, stage of development and the type and amount of money you&#39;re looking for. And the process is rife with terms like EBITDA, financial forecasts and discounted cash flow analysis. Want to know more? Join us for an enlightening and interactive discussion of just how young companies are valued. We&#39;ve assembled an expert panel of been-there-done-that entrepreneurs, investors and consultants to help you understand the key drivers of valuation, including approaches to take, factors to consider, information to prepare and questions to answer. We&#39;ll also look at how various types of financing -- crowdfunding, for example -- can influence value. Bring your questions and share your experiences. More information and registration at mitwa.orgmitefnw@gmail.commitefnw@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/op22vb0bfajrfn6sunpg92s2fg2014-12-03T23:44:44.000Z2014-12-03T23:44:44.000ZTechCafe/Seattle Angel How To Get Funded Happy HourWhen: Tue Dec 16, 2014 5pm to 7pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, 1201 Third Ave #2200, Seattle, WA 98101, United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techcafeseattle-angel-how-to-get-funded-happy-hour-tickets-14594200647 TechCafe is merging with Seattle Angel, you can read my full recap and farewell in the post Saying goodbye after 7 years. The great news is that Seattle Angel will bring more awesome experiences focused on startup capital.... investing capital as an angel investor, raising capital as an entrepreneur, and all the details in between. To kick things off and celebrate... TechCafe style. We're putting on a Happy Hour event focused on fund raising. Come meet other entrepreneurs who have raised money or otherwise have had success at capitalizing their business. Yours truly, Josh Maher, will moderate the panel which will include an awesome lineup! Rand Fishkin - Wizard of Moz Liz Pearce - CEO of LiquidPlanner Martina Welke - CEO of Zealyst Derrick Morton - CEO of Flowplay Robi Ganguly - CEO of Apptentive Loads more to come so stay in touch on the mailing list even if you can't make this event.When: Tue Dec 16, 2014 5pm to 7pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, 1201 Third Ave #2200, Seattle, WA 98101, United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techcafeseattle-angel-how-to-get-funded-happy-hour-tickets-14594200647 TechCafe is merging with Seattle Angel, you can read my full recap and farewell in the post Saying goodbye after 7 years. The great news is that Seattle Angel will bring more awesome experiences focused on startup capital.... investing capital as an angel investor, raising capital as an entrepreneur, and all the details in between. To kick things off and celebrate... TechCafe style. We&#39;re putting on a Happy Hour event focused on fund raising. Come meet other entrepreneurs who have raised money or otherwise have had success at capitalizing their business. Yours truly, Josh Maher, will moderate the panel which will include an awesome lineup! Rand Fishkin - Wizard of Moz Liz Pearce - CEO of LiquidPlanner Martina Welke - CEO of Zealyst Derrick Morton - CEO of Flowplay Robi Ganguly - CEO of Apptentive Loads more to come so stay in touch on the mailing list even if you can&#39;t make this event.josh.maher@gmail.comjosh.maher@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/ho1kiacgsvl053aeq56lkv2omg2014-11-15T08:54:53.000Z2014-11-15T08:54:53.000ZWSTA Holiday Celebration and VisioningWhen: Thu Dec 18, 2014 4pm to 7:30pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: 15710 Euclid Ave. NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: The Non-Profit Retreat Center on Bainbridge Island is a beautiful location worth the trip. Parking around the home on the grounds. Come and enjoy a beautiful view of the Sound and the camaraderie of friends and colleagues with a shared goal to promote and expand an innovative tech economy in the West Puget Sound region. This event is for all current and past members, partners, sponsors - and their guests/invitees. Drop in during the day at our board retreat, or early evening to share thoughts on WSTA&#39;s mission, and learn more about what we&#39;ve accomplished and envision. We will celebrate our past succeses and need your help in building on future directions. We began in 2000, but its mission has grown from hosting meetings on technology and promoting local technology professionals. Our broader mission includes being a community resource, offering peer-to-peer best practice forums, strategic partnerships and initiatives (Industry Skills Panel, creating opportunities for retired veterans), and advocating and shaping the vital role of technology in economic, workforce. and community development. Going forward we seek like minds, fresh energy and vision to help us with ongoing efforts and beyond. If you have been considering joining the board or supporting our efforts, this event is a must attend. There is no charge for admission. A suggested donation of $10 will help defray some of our expenses. Light refreshments and beverages will be provided. submitted by Rodika TollefsonWhen: Thu Dec 18, 2014 4pm to 7:30pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: 15710 Euclid Ave. NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: The Non-Profit Retreat Center on Bainbridge Island is a beautiful location worth the trip. Parking around the home on the grounds. Come and enjoy a beautiful view of the Sound and the camaraderie of friends and colleagues with a shared goal to promote and expand an innovative tech economy in the West Puget Sound region. This event is for all current and past members, partners, sponsors - and their guests/invitees. Drop in during the day at our board retreat, or early evening to share thoughts on WSTA&#39;s mission, and learn more about what we&#39;ve accomplished and envision. We will celebrate our past succeses and need your help in building on future directions. We began in 2000, but its mission has grown from hosting meetings on technology and promoting local technology professionals. Our broader mission includes being a community resource, offering peer-to-peer best practice forums, strategic partnerships and initiatives (Industry Skills Panel, creating opportunities for retired veterans), and advocating and shaping the vital role of technology in economic, workforce. and community development. Going forward we seek like minds, fresh energy and vision to help us with ongoing efforts and beyond. If you have been considering joining the board or supporting our efforts, this event is a must attend. There is no charge for admission. A suggested donation of $10 will help defray some of our expenses. Light refreshments and beverages will be provided. submitted by Rodika Tollefsonsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/06cp04ovqk5kq7ak3k77ck0m982014-11-15T08:53:01.000Z2014-11-15T08:53:01.000ZXconomy Xchange: Beauty and the Data Beast—Seattle Innovation StoriesWhen: Tue Nov 18, 2014 3pm to Tue Nov 18, 2014 4pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Impact Hub Seattle, 220 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: How do you go from the spark of an idea to an innovative company that can upend old ways of doing business or an entire industry? There are big lessons to be learned from the journeys of Seattle entrepreneurs and investors doing everything from crowd-sourcing product development of beauty products to building tools for a new generation of data-centric applications to digging for business intelligence deep within the servers and switches that run our world. Join us for a special evening of conversation and networking, as the founders and investors of three prominent and very different Seattle technology companies share their candid stories and insights on innovation, investment, and company building: Julep Beauty, GraphLab Inc., and ExtraHop. Schedule: Registration &amp; Networking: 5:00 - 6:00 pm Program: 6:00 - 7:30 pm Networking Reception: 7:30 - 8:30 pm Event Registration &amp; Speakers: www.xconomyxchange16.eventbrite.com Twitter: @Xconomy #xconstories submitted by ggeer@xconomy.comWhen: Tue Nov 18, 2014 3pm to Tue Nov 18, 2014 4pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Impact Hub Seattle, 220 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: How do you go from the spark of an idea to an innovative company that can upend old ways of doing business or an entire industry? There are big lessons to be learned from the journeys of Seattle entrepreneurs and investors doing everything from crowd-sourcing product development of beauty products to building tools for a new generation of data-centric applications to digging for business intelligence deep within the servers and switches that run our world. Join us for a special evening of conversation and networking, as the founders and investors of three prominent and very different Seattle technology companies share their candid stories and insights on innovation, investment, and company building: Julep Beauty, GraphLab Inc., and ExtraHop. Schedule: Registration &amp; Networking: 5:00 - 6:00 pm Program: 6:00 - 7:30 pm Networking Reception: 7:30 - 8:30 pm Event Registration &amp; Speakers: www.xconomyxchange16.eventbrite.com Twitter: @Xconomy #xconstories submitted by ggeer@xconomy.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/tul4026gp232j4v0jat54bcb2o2014-11-15T08:51:39.000Z2014-11-15T08:51:39.000ZCoFoundersLab Matchup SeattleWhen: Thu Jan 15, 2015 3pm to Thu Jan 15, 2015 6pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: General Assembly @ WeWork 500 Yale Avenue N, Seattle, WA <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: CoFoundersLab Matchup Seattle is aimed at helping entrepreneurs find co-founders, advisers &amp; interns and to build strong, core founding teams. Get started networking now with a potential core team member by creating a free profile on CoFoundersLab.com. REGISTER HERE: http://www.cofounderslab.com/entrepreneurs-meetup-networking/seattle-wa submitted by tiffany@onevest.comWhen: Thu Jan 15, 2015 3pm to Thu Jan 15, 2015 6pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: General Assembly @ WeWork 500 Yale Avenue N, Seattle, WA <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: CoFoundersLab Matchup Seattle is aimed at helping entrepreneurs find co-founders, advisers &amp; interns and to build strong, core founding teams. Get started networking now with a potential core team member by creating a free profile on CoFoundersLab.com. REGISTER HERE: http://www.cofounderslab.com/entrepreneurs-meetup-networking/seattle-wa submitted by tiffany@onevest.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/h95v5na49e7gmtqvc8151rj0ec2014-11-15T08:48:08.000Z2014-11-15T08:48:08.000ZAlliance of Angels Workshop: Early ExitsWhen: Thu Jan 15, 2015 1pm to Thu Jan 15, 2015 4:30pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: K&amp;L Gates, 925 4th Ave #2900, Seattle, WA 98104 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Register: http://tinyurl.com/pau7k7n Early Exits describes a strategy for startup investors and entrepreneurs to build new ventures, prove business models and exit companies in 2-3 years without the need for multi-million dollar investments. Presented by Basil Peters. Jan 15th (Thursday) 1:00pm – 4:30pm K&amp;L Gates 925 4th Ave #2900 Seattle, WA 98104 submitted by yijian@allianceofangels.comWhen: Thu Jan 15, 2015 1pm to Thu Jan 15, 2015 4:30pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: K&amp;L Gates, 925 4th Ave #2900, Seattle, WA 98104 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Register: http://tinyurl.com/pau7k7n Early Exits describes a strategy for startup investors and entrepreneurs to build new ventures, prove business models and exit companies in 2-3 years without the need for multi-million dollar investments. Presented by Basil Peters. Jan 15th (Thursday) 1:00pm – 4:30pm K&amp;L Gates 925 4th Ave #2900 Seattle, WA 98104 submitted by yijian@allianceofangels.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/a2lar30ladjmml9lfpf4oeoba42010-06-28T21:02:10.000Z2014-11-08T08:41:02.000ZSP - UX Office Hours - Roy LebanRecurring Event<br> First start: 2012-04-12 14:00:00 PDT <br> Duration: 14400 <br> Except on: Thu Oct 11, 2012&nbsp; <br>Where: Location varies <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: What: Roy Leban User Experience Consulting Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/ux-office-hours Once a month, user experience expert Roy Leban will be available to review your user interface and provide one-on-one help with getting the right experience for your users. As both a UI designer and a software architect, Roy provides a unique perspective that will help you solve your problems quickly. Roy can help with: - Defining the user experience that you want - Turning your UX vision into a workable UI - Identifying problems and bottlenecks of your UI before you implement it - Making sure your UI plan is implementable - Fixing problems in your UI after you've already implemented it Anyone in the Seattle software startup community is invited to sign up. Bring whatever you have, whether it's a working application, paper prototypes, some mockups, or just an idea. Office hours are sometimes at StartPad in Seattle and sometimes at Puzzazz in Redmond. **If you haven't signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Roy Leban (425) 894-0689 roy@royleban.comRecurring Event<br /> First start: 2012-04-12 14:00:00 PDT <br /> Duration: 14400 <br /> Except on: Thu Oct 11, 2012  <br />Where: Location varies <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: What: Roy Leban User Experience Consulting Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/ux-office-hours Once a month, user experience expert Roy Leban will be available to review your user interface and provide one-on-one help with getting the right experience for your users. As both a UI designer and a software architect, Roy provides a unique perspective that will help you solve your problems quickly. Roy can help with: - Defining the user experience that you want - Turning your UX vision into a workable UI - Identifying problems and bottlenecks of your UI before you implement it - Making sure your UI plan is implementable - Fixing problems in your UI after you&#39;ve already implemented it Anyone in the Seattle software startup community is invited to sign up. Bring whatever you have, whether it&#39;s a working application, paper prototypes, some mockups, or just an idea. Office hours are sometimes at StartPad in Seattle and sometimes at Puzzazz in Redmond. **If you haven&#39;t signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Roy Leban (425) 894-0689 roy@royleban.comjkrich@gmail.comjkrich@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/1uvm4dpdsiqh94igr4kvum17ug2010-09-21T00:00:15.000Z2014-11-08T08:40:25.000ZSP - Marketing and PR Office HoursRecurring Event<br> First start: 2010-09-24 10:30:00 PDT <br> Duration: 7200 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/marketing-and-pr-office-hoursRecurring Event<br /> First start: 2010-09-24 10:30:00 PDT <br /> Duration: 7200 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/marketing-and-pr-office-hoursmike@mckoss.commike@mckoss.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/i7us34q5lgnet2vmb0uilofcoc2010-10-25T23:44:06.000Z2014-11-08T08:39:46.000ZSP - Sales Office Hours and WorkshopRecurring Event<br> First start: 2010-09-22 14:00:00 PDT <br> Duration: 12600 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: When: 2pm - 4pm, fourth Wed of every month Where: StartPad conference room 811 First Ave, Suite 480 Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 388-3466 Who: Al Nodarse, Pinpoint Sales Group (503) 819-7540 al-nodarse@comcast.net Once a month, Al Nodarse will be at StartPad to answer any sales related questions: What is the best way for me to sell my products or services? What attributes should I look for and measure in finding good sales people? How do I build a prospect database? What should my sales process be? What additional tools will my sales team need to succeed? At what level (role or title) should my sales team be calling into? How do I overcome those objections? What should my demonstration/ presentation entail? What metrics should I be tracking? RSVP: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/sales-and-sales-workshopRecurring Event<br /> First start: 2010-09-22 14:00:00 PDT <br /> Duration: 12600 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: When: 2pm - 4pm, fourth Wed of every month Where: StartPad conference room 811 First Ave, Suite 480 Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 388-3466 Who: Al Nodarse, Pinpoint Sales Group (503) 819-7540 al-nodarse@comcast.net Once a month, Al Nodarse will be at StartPad to answer any sales related questions: What is the best way for me to sell my products or services? What attributes should I look for and measure in finding good sales people? How do I build a prospect database? What should my sales process be? What additional tools will my sales team need to succeed? At what level (role or title) should my sales team be calling into? How do I overcome those objections? What should my demonstration/ presentation entail? What metrics should I be tracking? RSVP: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/sales-and-sales-workshopmike@mckoss.commike@mckoss.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/ie93e9qsiq55tjm0hvc4hkf3do2010-06-28T21:02:10.000Z2014-11-08T08:39:03.000ZSP - Technology and Startup Law Office Hours - Sophos LawRecurring Event<br> First start: 2010-04-27 13:00:00 PDT <br> Duration: 7200 <br>Where: StartPad Conference Room <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: What: Technology and Startup Law Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/technology-and-startup-law-office-hours Who: Tolis Dimopoulos Once a month, Tolis Dimopoulos of Sophos Law Firm will be at StartPad to answer the questions of technology entrepreneurs and startups, including: --How do I form a new company? --What are the financial and operational implications of selecting an LLC over a corporation? --How do I prepare my company for angel and VC financing? --How do I document my relationship with a co-founder? --How do I issue stock to myself, co-founders, and employees? --How do I document transactions with customers and strategic partners? --What transactions do I need an attorney for? --How do I contain legal costs? **If you haven't signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Tolis at (206) 497-1100 to see if the office hours are still available. Thanks!**Recurring Event<br /> First start: 2010-04-27 13:00:00 PDT <br /> Duration: 7200 <br />Where: StartPad Conference Room <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: What: Technology and Startup Law Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/technology-and-startup-law-office-hours Who: Tolis Dimopoulos Once a month, Tolis Dimopoulos of Sophos Law Firm will be at StartPad to answer the questions of technology entrepreneurs and startups, including: --How do I form a new company? --What are the financial and operational implications of selecting an LLC over a corporation? --How do I prepare my company for angel and VC financing? --How do I document my relationship with a co-founder? --How do I issue stock to myself, co-founders, and employees? --How do I document transactions with customers and strategic partners? --What transactions do I need an attorney for? --How do I contain legal costs? **If you haven&#39;t signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Tolis at (206) 497-1100 to see if the office hours are still available. Thanks!**jkrich@gmail.comjkrich@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/nl9qndm1hui2rmdffkrq94qjn42011-05-05T06:30:12.000Z2014-11-08T08:38:19.000ZSP - Security Office Hours - Bruce LebanRecurring Event<br> First start: 2011-01-14 10:00:00 PST <br> Duration: 14400 <br> Except on: Fri Sep 14, 2012&nbsp; <br>Where: StartPad - 811 First Avenue, Suite 480, Seattle, WA 98104 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: What: Security Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/security-office-hours Who: Bruce Leban Once a month, Bruce Leban will be available to provide free one-on-one security consulting and advice. As a software architect and developer with extensive software security experience (client, server and web, and for several different companies including Microsoft and Google), Bruce can help you with: - Security design reviews. - Security code reviews. - Identifying the most vulnerable parts of your application. - Learning how your application can be attacked. - Threat modeling your application. - Creating an incident response plan. NOTE: Security sometimes involve legal issues. Bruce cannot provide legal advice of any kind. Bruce's security consulting is confidential, to the extent allowed by law. While Bruce will offer his best advice, you are ultimately responsible for the security of your application. **If you haven't signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Bruce at 425-283-2511 to see if the office hours are still available. Thanks!**Recurring Event<br /> First start: 2011-01-14 10:00:00 PST <br /> Duration: 14400 <br /> Except on: Fri Sep 14, 2012  <br />Where: StartPad - 811 First Avenue, Suite 480, Seattle, WA 98104 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: What: Security Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/security-office-hours Who: Bruce Leban Once a month, Bruce Leban will be available to provide free one-on-one security consulting and advice. As a software architect and developer with extensive software security experience (client, server and web, and for several different companies including Microsoft and Google), Bruce can help you with: - Security design reviews. - Security code reviews. - Identifying the most vulnerable parts of your application. - Learning how your application can be attacked. - Threat modeling your application. - Creating an incident response plan. NOTE: Security sometimes involve legal issues. Bruce cannot provide legal advice of any kind. Bruce&#39;s security consulting is confidential, to the extent allowed by law. While Bruce will offer his best advice, you are ultimately responsible for the security of your application. **If you haven&#39;t signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Bruce at 425-283-2511 to see if the office hours are still available. Thanks!**bruce@leapyear.orgbruce@leapyear.orghttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/3knlmb96st9ua6n256fu3nto6o2010-06-28T21:02:10.000Z2014-11-08T08:37:50.000ZSP - UX Office Hours - Roy LebanRecurring Event<br> First start: 2012-04-12 14:00:00 PDT <br> Duration: 14400 <br>Where: Location varies <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: What: Roy Leban User Experience Consulting Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/ux-office-hours Once a month, user experience expert Roy Leban will be available to review your user interface and provide one-on-one help with getting the right experience for your users. As both a UI designer and a software architect, Roy provides a unique perspective that will help you solve your problems quickly. Roy can help with: - Defining the user experience that you want - Turning your UX vision into a workable UI - Identifying problems and bottlenecks of your UI before you implement it - Making sure your UI plan is implementable - Fixing problems in your UI after you've already implemented it Anyone in the Seattle software startup community is invited to sign up. Bring whatever you have, whether it's a working application, paper prototypes, some mockups, or just an idea. Office hours are sometimes at StartPad in Seattle and sometimes at Puzzazz in Redmond. **If you haven't signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Roy Leban (425) 894-0689 roy@royleban.comRecurring Event<br /> First start: 2012-04-12 14:00:00 PDT <br /> Duration: 14400 <br />Where: Location varies <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: What: Roy Leban User Experience Consulting Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/ux-office-hours Once a month, user experience expert Roy Leban will be available to review your user interface and provide one-on-one help with getting the right experience for your users. As both a UI designer and a software architect, Roy provides a unique perspective that will help you solve your problems quickly. Roy can help with: - Defining the user experience that you want - Turning your UX vision into a workable UI - Identifying problems and bottlenecks of your UI before you implement it - Making sure your UI plan is implementable - Fixing problems in your UI after you&#39;ve already implemented it Anyone in the Seattle software startup community is invited to sign up. Bring whatever you have, whether it&#39;s a working application, paper prototypes, some mockups, or just an idea. Office hours are sometimes at StartPad in Seattle and sometimes at Puzzazz in Redmond. **If you haven&#39;t signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Roy Leban (425) 894-0689 roy@royleban.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comsubmit@seattletechcalendar.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/fg4c05ud88f70raaurrsje8rig2010-06-28T21:02:10.000Z2014-11-08T08:37:14.000ZSP - Intellectual Property Office Hours - Axios Law GroupRecurring Event<br> First start: 2009-04-08 10:00:00 PDT <br> Duration: 7200 <br>Where: StartPad - 811 First Avenue, Suite 480, Seattle, WA 98104 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: What: Axios Law Group's IP Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/intellectual-property-office-hours Once a month, Axios Law Group will have an attorney at StartPad to answer questions about intellectual property, such as: * Choice of type of protection (provisional/non-provisional patent application, trademark, copyright, trade secret) * International IP protection * Protecting ideas * Branding issues * Licensing * Open Source questions * Nondisclosure Agreements * Non-compete Agreements **If you haven't signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Adam at (206) 217-2226 to see if the office hours are still available. Thanks!**Recurring Event<br /> First start: 2009-04-08 10:00:00 PDT <br /> Duration: 7200 <br />Where: StartPad - 811 First Avenue, Suite 480, Seattle, WA 98104 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: What: Axios Law Group&#39;s IP Office Hours **By appointment only** Sign up: http://startpad.org/events/office-hours/intellectual-property-office-hours Once a month, Axios Law Group will have an attorney at StartPad to answer questions about intellectual property, such as: * Choice of type of protection (provisional/non-provisional patent application, trademark, copyright, trade secret) * International IP protection * Protecting ideas * Branding issues * Licensing * Open Source questions * Nondisclosure Agreements * Non-compete Agreements **If you haven&#39;t signed up yet and the office hours are today, please call Adam at (206) 217-2226 to see if the office hours are still available. Thanks!**jkrich@gmail.comjkrich@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/eql3lp9ib6tgssje810f4lm8uo2014-11-07T02:59:47.000Z2014-11-07T03:00:40.000ZWSTA: Geeks, Beer, and Hour of CodeWhen: Thu Nov 20, 2014 5:30pm to 7:30pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Slippery Pig Brewery, 18801 Front Street Northeast, Poulsbo, WA 98370, United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Come join WSTA and other Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 Partners at Slippery Pig Brewery in Poulsbo as we get ready for Hour of Code 2014 Global Entrepreneurship Week is November 17-23 and with our Kitsap Partners we&#39;re celebrating with kickoff discussions about our upcoming participation in Hour of Code 2014. Last year, over 5,000 Kitsap students participated, and we&#39;re planning to break that record and hold even more events throughout the region. Expect lively conversation and tips while enjoying a beer at one of Kitsap&#39;s most unique breweries. Plenty of seating and all ages welcome. This event is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014. WSTA is a GEW Partner. RSVPs appreciated so we can plan refreshments. http://www.westsoundtechnology.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&amp;task=civicrm/event/register&amp;Itemid=214&amp;id=89&amp;reset=1When: Thu Nov 20, 2014 5:30pm to 7:30pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Slippery Pig Brewery, 18801 Front Street Northeast, Poulsbo, WA 98370, United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Come join WSTA and other Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 Partners at Slippery Pig Brewery in Poulsbo as we get ready for Hour of Code 2014 Global Entrepreneurship Week is November 17-23 and with our Kitsap Partners we&#39;re celebrating with kickoff discussions about our upcoming participation in Hour of Code 2014. Last year, over 5,000 Kitsap students participated, and we&#39;re planning to break that record and hold even more events throughout the region. Expect lively conversation and tips while enjoying a beer at one of Kitsap&#39;s most unique breweries. Plenty of seating and all ages welcome. This event is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014. WSTA is a GEW Partner. RSVPs appreciated so we can plan refreshments. http://www.westsoundtechnology.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&amp;task=civicrm/event/register&amp;Itemid=214&amp;id=89&amp;reset=1wsta08@gmail.comwsta08@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/osdg5jbklvbgksg63a2lkfu3sk2014-10-31T23:45:39.000Z2014-10-31T23:45:39.000ZSeattle Angel Conference VIWhen: Wed Nov 12, 2014 12:30pm to Wed Nov 12, 2014 6:30pm&nbsp; PST<br> <br>Where: Impact Hub Seattle, 220 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, United States <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: The Seattle Angel Conference is the culmination of 12 weeks of due diligence where a group of new Angel Investors will shine a light on how they went about doing their Angel Investment. This is a good opportunity for new entrepreneurs who are looking at taking outside money to make connections and to learn more about the Angel Investing process. This is also an opportunity for qualified investors to learn about the Angel Investing process and to connect to people who are actively investing. To come, you should register for a ticket at http://sac-vi.eventbrite.com For more information about the Seattle Angel Conference take a look at http://seattleangelconference.com added by: @sechrestWhen: Wed Nov 12, 2014 12:30pm to Wed Nov 12, 2014 6:30pm  PST<br /> <br />Where: Impact Hub Seattle, 220 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, United States <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: The Seattle Angel Conference is the culmination of 12 weeks of due diligence where a group of new Angel Investors will shine a light on how they went about doing their Angel Investment. This is a good opportunity for new entrepreneurs who are looking at taking outside money to make connections and to learn more about the Angel Investing process. This is also an opportunity for qualified investors to learn about the Angel Investing process and to connect to people who are actively investing. To come, you should register for a ticket at http://sac-vi.eventbrite.com For more information about the Seattle Angel Conference take a look at http://seattleangelconference.com added by: @sechrestsechrest@gmail.comsechrest@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/253ga7dl39umca7qs7hho14ues2012-09-06T00:40:48.000Z2014-09-09T06:29:30.000ZTechCafe Launch Event @EastSideIncubatorWhen: Mon Sep 17, 2012 5pm to 7pm&nbsp; PDT<br> <br>Where: Eastside Incubator (2711 152nd Ave NE in Redmond) <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Do you have a product... even a minimally viable product that you are on the edge of showing to your peers? Do you want direct feedback from other developers, founders, and startup community members on what you have built, what you are launching? Maybe you are way past that and have an awesome new version or application that you want to launch with some of the communities best and brightest. The next TechCafe will encompass just that and if you want to get in line to be the next great company to launch your product at a TechCafe Launch event you need to attend the first in the series on September 17th. The idea comes from the demo series we did a year or so ago, but this time we are looking for people doing an early demo of their minimum viable product or launching a new version/product that is ready for the world to consume. The format will be pretty simple – 10min of launch, 2-3min of questions, and then the next presenter. We are shooting for three launches this time around with Josh Ledgard of KickoffLabs showing off their product, Roy Leban of Puzzazz giving us a special sneak peak, and one more unconfirmed launcher (you?)! The event will be out at Eastside Incubator’s new space with lots of room for parking, near transit &amp; MSFT campus.When: Mon Sep 17, 2012 5pm to 7pm  PDT<br /> <br />Where: Eastside Incubator (2711 152nd Ave NE in Redmond) <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Do you have a product... even a minimally viable product that you are on the edge of showing to your peers? Do you want direct feedback from other developers, founders, and startup community members on what you have built, what you are launching? Maybe you are way past that and have an awesome new version or application that you want to launch with some of the communities best and brightest. The next TechCafe will encompass just that and if you want to get in line to be the next great company to launch your product at a TechCafe Launch event you need to attend the first in the series on September 17th. The idea comes from the demo series we did a year or so ago, but this time we are looking for people doing an early demo of their minimum viable product or launching a new version/product that is ready for the world to consume. The format will be pretty simple – 10min of launch, 2-3min of questions, and then the next presenter. We are shooting for three launches this time around with Josh Ledgard of KickoffLabs showing off their product, Roy Leban of Puzzazz giving us a special sneak peak, and one more unconfirmed launcher (you?)! The event will be out at Eastside Incubator’s new space with lots of room for parking, near transit &amp; MSFT campus.josh.maher@gmail.comjosh.maher@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/ovl5t8a1c0dfebh5g8pl0up2ec2010-06-28T21:02:10.000Z2014-09-09T06:29:30.000ZRuby Brigade Seattle Open Hacking NightRecurring Event<br> First start: 2007-11-13 19:00:00 PST <br> Duration: 10800 <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: http://www.zenspider.com/Languages/Ruby/Seattle/ Usually Vivace Cafe on Broadway and Denny. See also http://www.rubyholic.com/groups/show/1Recurring Event<br /> First start: 2007-11-13 19:00:00 PST <br /> Duration: 10800 <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: http://www.zenspider.com/Languages/Ruby/Seattle/ Usually Vivace Cafe on Broadway and Denny. See also http://www.rubyholic.com/groups/show/1jkrich@gmail.comjkrich@gmail.comhttp://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/seattletechcalendar.com_9ko2jk3gdtn92f71t3bicm2das%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic/g5lnf71r2f7ombjqv7gbmqmpdc_20100921T020000Z0001-12-29T00:00:00.000Z2014-09-09T06:29:30.000ZOpenSource LinuxWhen: Mon Sep 20, 2010 7pm to 8:30pm&nbsp; PDT<br> <br>Where: Seattle, WA <br>Event Status: confirmed <br>Event Description: Seattle OpenSource Linux meets 3rd Mondays at 7pm. Location is announced to Meetup subscribers here: http://www.meetup.com/seattlelinux/When: Mon Sep 20, 2010 7pm to 8:30pm  PDT<br /> <br />Where: Seattle, WA <br />Event Status: confirmed <br />Event Description: Seattle OpenSource Linux meets 3rd Mondays at 7pm. Location is announced to Meetup subscribers here: http://www.meetup.com/seattlelinux/wallingconsulting@gmail.comwallingconsulting@gmail.com