We have a fantastic lineup of events scheduled at NERD between now and the end of 2011. Ranging from meetups to roundtables to hackathons there are 38 unique event opportunities to learn and network during these next six weeks. Below is a sampling – we hope that you will join us!
Lean Startup Circle Boston November Meetup (11/17/2011 at 6:30PM)
On the final Thursday of each month, the Lean Startup Circle Boston meets to discuss a variety of topics related to Customer Development and The Lean Startup methodology. The format ranges from speaker presentations, to group case studies, to informal mixers, and more. This month’s focus is on continuous development.
MassTLC Tech Tuesday: Hiring Rockstar Developers (11/29/2011 at 5:30PM)
MassTLC is hosting the region’s colleges and universities for a night of networking and pizza with the area’s hottest developers. This is a must attend event for students and developers looking to connect with amazing technology companies in Massachusetts – from start-ups to well established enterprise – the opportunities for students in Massachusetts are endless!
Increasing the Success of Entrepreneurial Women in High-Growth Startups (11/30/2011 at 8AM)
More women than ever are launching high growth start-ups. TCN and Boston’s Entrepreneurial Community invites you to a special Women’s Breakfast Roundtable focused on the challenges around women’s entrepreneurship in Greater Boston.
MassTLC Future of Robotics Summit (12/2/2011 at 8AM)
Join New England’s leading robotic research institutions for a look at the future of robotics. Attendees will learn firsthand about the latest research coming down the pipeline and opportunities for partnership and commercialization. The research briefing will culminate with a panel discussion on growing New England’s Robotics community through technology transfer opportunities, state funding and new university initiatives.
Random Hacks of Kindness Boston (12/3/2011 at 10AM)
RHoK organizes hackathons—marathon hacking events with multiple global locations bringing together developers from all over to hack on real-world humanitarian problems. We work together with subject matter experts from organizations around the world to define and refine those problems into concrete problem definitions. At every RHoK Hackathon the problem definitions are thrown out to the RHoK community, and the developers work their hacking magic to create software solutions.
Educators & Entrepreneurs Summit: The Future of Education Technology (12/10/2011 at 9AM)
The purpose of the conference is to bring together educators and entrepreneurs to share best practices, network, and discuss how new technologies will shape the future of education. Keynote speakers include: Charles Fadel (Education Thought Leader, Author, and Inventor), Jeremy Johnson ( Co-founder & CMO, 2tor) and Jennifer Medbery ( Founder & CEO, Kickboard)
MegaTweetUp 3 (12/14/2011 at 6PM)
It doesn’t matter if you’re a business owner, a college student, an executive at a Fortune 500 company, or in transition. People do business with people they KNOW, LIKE, and TRUST and this TweetUp is the perfect way to enhance your life and your career by developing new relationships and strengthening those you already have. It’s also a great opportunity to connect with New England’s best and brightest minds in a relaxed fun environment.