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June Tech Events in New York

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Date posted: June 2, 2017

June 13, 2017
NYOUG 2017 Summer General Meeting
New York, NY | 8:30 am – 5:00 pm | Free for members; $35 nonmembers
Virtually live from New York, the world’s most exciting city welcomes all Oracle users, associates, students and professionals to become part of this dynamic group.

Tableau Software User Group
New York, NY | 5:30 – 7:30 pm |$10
Tired of wrangling, hog tying, and wrestling your data?  Then make sure to register and show up for this event. We are going to explore common problems with collecting, cleaning, and prepping data for Tableau — and of course solutions.

June 14, 2016
Business Breakfast Networking and Brainstorming
New York, NY | 8:00 – 10:00 am | $15-$35
As businesses we often run into bumps in the road and need some real support. During this breakfast meeting there will be the opportunity to meet with like-minded businesswomen, to talk about your challenges, to identify key areas for development and discover potential opportunities for collaboration.

June 19, 2017
Developer Week 2017
New York, NY | June 19 – 21, 2017 | Price Varies
Join 3,000+ developers, devops pros, and executives. Discover the latest in App Development, DevOps, Dev Management, and FinTech Dev.

Speed Networking for Business Professionals
New York, NY | 7:00 – 9:00 pm | $25+
Speed Networking works a lot like ‘Speed Dating’ without the ‘Dating’. A structured opportunity to meet accomplished professionals just like yourself, face to face, one business professional at time. Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, legal or medical professional, in the finance, real estate or entertainment industry – our events offer the perfect occasion to expand your business, social or enterprise contacts. All in a setting and speed – just your style.  

June 20, 2017
Tableau User Group
Yonkers, NY | 8:30 – 11:00 am | Free
Consumer Reports has generously offered meeting space for our next Westchester Tableau User Group (TUG) meeting. The event will be on Tuesday, June 20th, from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM. In this presentation Steve Wexler will show how people perceive color, why it is easy to abuse, and examples and how you can use it effectively to create dashboards that engage, inform, and enlighten.

Business Networking For Professional Success
New York, NY | 6:00 – 9:00 pm | $15
We provide hosts at every event to help make introductions among our attendees. You’ll see them wearing “Host” name badges so just say hi and tell them who you’d like to meet. We help you create new business relationships. Guaranteed! We’ll introduce you to a high caliber of individuals and company attendees including: professionals, executives, business owners, investors, lenders, entrepreneurs and startups from a diverse range of industries.

June 26, 2017
Small Business and Entrepreneur Networking Meetup
New York, NY | 6:00 – 8:00 pm | Free
We will be doing a free networking event on Monday, June 26th at Slattery’s Pub at 8 E 36th Street #3 (between Madison and 5th ave) Starting @ 6:00pm. Everybody is welcome to come out and meet other small business owners and entrepreneurs.

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June Tech Events in Massachusetts

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June 8, 2017
Boston Citrix User Group Local Meeting
Braintree, MA | 2:00 – 7:00 pm | Free
Join CUGC members and the Citrix team in an open discussion about the technical topics that matter to you. Ask questions, present scenarios, share your knowledge. Help set the vision of your local CUGC.  Create the agenda, network and share independent knowledge. Our focus is on technologies, best practices, user experiences, challenges, future state and much more.

Boston Built: Tech Showcase
Boston, MA | 6:30 – 9:30 pm | Free
Boston has quickly risen to the top as a hub for tech professionals. Everyday there is news of new funding, tech hires, companies on the road to IPO and more. Tech in Motion wants to celebrate the success of this tech market… especially pending our 10,000 member milestone! Attendees will enjoy several demos from some of Boston’s hottest tech companies, raffles, networking and more!

June 14, 2017
JAMstack Boston Meetup
Boston, MA | 6:00 – 8:00 pm | Free
Prepare for an exciting lineup of speakers in the areas of static site generation, the modern web ecosystem, web apps and web hosting and performance solutions. The JAMstack is not about specific technologies. It’s a new way of building websites and apps that delivers better performance, higher security, lower cost of scaling, and a better developer experience.

June 27, 2017
BostonSQL June Meeting with Brent Ozar
Boston, MA | 6:00 – 9:00 pm | Free
For years, you’ve heard that you’re supposed to reorganize your indexes to make SQL Server go faster. It sounds like it makes sense – keep things in order, right? But you keep doing it, and SQL Server isn’t getting any faster. You’ve even heard that setting fill factor will help prevent fragmentation, and you’re doing that too – but your indexes still keep getting fragmented every day, and users aren’t happy with performance. This session is for people responsible for the care and feeding of production SQL Servers. You don’t have to have the word “DBA” in your job title – you just have to be the one responsible.

Boston meetup: Deep Dive into TensorFlow #5
Cambridge, MA | 6:30 – 9:00 pm | Free
Attend this event to hear from two experienced speakers: Lex Fridman is a postdoc at MIT, developing and applying new computer vision and deep learning approaches in the context of self-driving cars with a human-in-the-loop. His work focuses on messy, large-scale, real-world data, with the goal of building intelligent systems that have real world impact. Garrett Smith is founder of Guild AI, an open source toolkit that helps developers gain insight into their TensorFlow experiments. Garrett has over twenty years of software development experience and has managed teams across a wide range of product development efforts.

June 28, 2017
Meet & Hire: Developer and Data Talent
Boston, MA | 4:30 – 6:30 pm | Free
Looking for developers, data scientists or analysts to join your team this summer? General Assembly welcomes companies to meet candidates from our Data Science Immersive and Web Development Immersive programs. Join us to discuss your company’s career opportunities in a reverse job fair format. Shop all our candidates at one, high-impact event.

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May Tech Events in Connecticut

This Post was written by Bridge Technical Talent
Date posted: May 3, 2017

May 8, 2016
PowerShell for SQL Developers
West Hartford, CT | 5:30 – 8:00 pm |
This group has monthly meetings which include technical presentations from industry experts. The topics covered include a wide range of subjects surrounding the SQL Server suite of products. Meetings are always free. Starting in June of 2016 we will be meeting on the 2nd Monday of every month except August.

May 9, 2017
The Innovation Roundtable
Stamford, CT | 6:00 – 8:30 pm | @StamfordiCenter | $10
A diverse community of consultants, programmers, entrepreneurs, executives, designers, and professionals who gather together on Tuesday nights for food, drink, and networking.

May 11, 2017
Greater Hartford GNU Linux Users Group Social Night
West Hartford, CT | 6:30 pm | Free
Whether you’re experienced or just starting out, come hang out and chat about all things related to Linux and Free Software.

May 16, 2017
SharePoint Virtual Summit Meeting Party
Hartford, CT | 1:00 pm | @Microsoft
At this year’s event you’ll learn how to take advantage of SharePoint, OneDrive and the rest of the Office 365 collaboration toolkit to create a connected workplace, empowering you to securely connect to the people and content you need, to transform business processes, to inform and engage your employees, and to harness the collective knowledge of your organization. Microsoft Corporate Vice President Jeff Teper will unveil the latest product innovations and roadmap. You’ll also hear from industry-leading customers on how they are leveraging these technologies as part of their digital transformation.

May 17, 2017
HR’s Secret Weapon: The Power of Analytics
Newington, CT | 4:45 pm |@HRACC | $40/member; $50/guests
More than ever, companies are realizing their workforce data is a strategic asset. Once used for only sales and marketing functions, detailed metrics now help companies utilize their HR data effectively to make fact-based decisions about their human capital investments. Come get an in-depth look at up-and-coming business applications, understand “big data’s” role in shaping the HR landscape for years to come, and hear a real-world case study of predictive analytics’ impact on business results.

CUGC Connect: Goliath Technologies – Understanding, Troubleshooting, and Resolving Citrix ICA/HDX Issues
Online | 1:00 – 2:00 pm | @myCUGC | Free
Co-authors of the new Citrix Administrator’s Technical Guide to Understanding and Troubleshooting Citrix ICA/HDX will cover the aspects of the ICA/HDX protocol, what can be utilized, and what steps can be used to understand issues you face. They’ll also cover more about ICA/HDX components and how to troubleshoot. Presentation will include live Q&A.

May 22, 2017
The Stamford Tech Meetup
Stamford, CT | 7:00 – 9:00 pm | @StamfordiCenter | $10; $15 at the door
Hey techies, We’re back as promised on the last Monday of the month! As always we will have great networking, innovative speakers and tech demos from the CT and NYC and areas, and our beloved announcements! We look forward to your company and your continued support. Thank you!

May 24, 2017
Greater Hartford GNU Linux Users Group Meeting
Manchester, CT | 6:30 pm | Free
Bring your laptop and whatever project you are working on, have just finished, or are interested in starting. For example setting up a new distro, trying out new software, using Bash, configuring RAID or Samba, etc. See what stuff other members are doing with Linux and open source software and ask or answer questions. Please come even if you don’t have a project for lively discussion.

May 25, 2017
Network After Work at Cask Republic
New Haven, CT | 6:00 pm | $15
Join our community of millions across the US and expand your network at our next event. Meet executives and professionals for new opportunities on Thursday, May 25th at Cask Republic (179 Crown Street). You’ll make great connections in a relaxed and upbeat atmosphere while expanding your network of contacts to fuel your career or business goals.

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May Tech Events in Rhode Island

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May 7, 2017
Providence Data Structures & Algorithms Using C, R, Python, C++, C#
Providence, RI/Online | 9:30 pm | $495
There will be 12 online sessions, each session being 2 hours. Every session will have presentation about theory, concepts and technology, followed by Hands-on Lab practice exercises.

May 10, 2017
Code & Coffee
Providence, RI | 6:30 – 8:30 pm | @gdiProvidence | Free
Code and Coffee is a time for us to get together and share our projects, ideas and get our questions answered. Our Code and Coffee event is open to all skill levels. It is a casual event and free to participate. All are welcome! Don’t worry if you don’t have a project already started. This is an opportunity to find one. On the other hand you may be along into a project and need some feedback about a problem. You may also fall somewhere in between!

Providence Code Night with Arnell & Cliff
Providence, RI | 5:30 – 8:00 pm | @intracitygeeks #ProvidenceCodeNight  #MayorElorza #IntraCityGeeks| Free
Mayor Elorza has decided to learn how to code and develop websites, and he is inviting you to come out and learn with him… for free! A laptop and an RSVP request is required. Space is limited to 80 attendees. This group will meet once per month and you will receive a complimentary online web development course. You will learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Jquery, Php, MySQL, Bootstrap, API’s and more as you code and learn how to develop real websites.

May 16, 2017
Girl Develop It Providence: Book Club, Bad Feminist
Providence, RI | 6:15 -8:15 pm | @gdiProvidence | Free
Bad Feminist is a sharp, funny, and spot-on look at the ways in which the culture we consume becomes who we are, and an inspiring call-to-arms of all the ways we still need to do better. Pick up the book and come by to share your own experiences, ask questions, and discuss the things you learned.

DrupalPVD Meetup
Providence, RI | 6:00 – 9:00 pm | Free
Our monthly Drupal Providence Meetup is coming up! This year we’re introducing a NEW format featuring a Module of the Month series and Tip of the Month. Join us as we level up at the Drupal PVD Meetup each month beginning at 6 pm, and bring a friend!

May 23, 2017
Providence UX Meetup: Designers with Drinks
Providence, RI | 7:30 pm | @pvdUX | Free
The ancient and loyal order of user experience professionals gathers monthly to toast beautiful, efficient, practical, and awe-inspiring digital design. The UX meetup is a casual gathering to meet local designers, swap industry techniques and news, and celebrate the remarkable design talent in Providence. Grab a cocktail, sling a wireframe, and meet some new and awesome people.

May 27, 2017
Code & Coffee
Cranston, RI | 12:00 pm | @gdiProvidence | Free
Code and Coffee is a time for us to get together and share our projects, ideas and get our questions answered. Our Code and Coffee event is open to all skill levels. It is a casual event and free to participate. All are welcome! Don’t worry if you don’t have a project already started. This is an opportunity to find one. On the other hand you may be along into a project and need some feedback about a problem. You may also fall somewhere in between!

TBA
Tech Jobs Tour Providence | Career Fair, Tech Demos + Speed Mentoring
Providence, RI | 5:00 – 10:00 pm | @TECHJOBSTOUR #AMERICAISHIRING
This tour will bring together diverse and non-traditional talent with companies who need their skills the most. Right now America has over 500,000 open tech jobs – by 2020 this number will grow to over 1 million. At the time same time, over 60% of all new coders, engineers and data scientists are emerging from bootcamps and industry-current vocational schools. We are connecting the current and next generation of technical talent, which happens to be more diverse. That’s right. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ people are opting for more affordable and accessible coding bootcamps and online education programs over 4-year computer science degrees.

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