With winter here and temps dropping, get inside for some awesome events! Here are three not to miss this week Microsoft New England:
User Experience is an overwhelmingly massive profession. It is one which lives in overlapping areas of psychology, design, and technology. That is why #UXBCon features 10 brilliant local designers from all corners of the trade with talks ranging from UI Animation to The Experience Grid. We’re extremely excited to be able to take part in this event and hope to see you there!
Hosted by Jim Forrest | LinkedIn
Produced by Akshat Pradhan | LinkedIn
The E-Team Program provides early-stage support and funding of up to $75,000 for collegiate entrepreneurs working on market-based technology inventions. Teams must be affiliated with a NCIIA Member Institution to apply.
Since 1995, our E-Team grants have been funding collegiate student and student/faculty teams to move ideas out of the lab and classroom and into the marketplace. The program enhances this opportunity by providing expert entrepreneurial and venture coaching, experiential workshops, and a potential investment opportunity to help realize the commercial success of the technology inventions and innovations that come through our organization.
Stage 2 provides additional funding of up to $20,000. A required, intensive workshop helps teams further develop their business model. Six monthly sessions of coaching follow the workshop, guiding the team from confirmation to execution of their business model.
3) Kids learn to code (CoderDojo): Open Scratch session – Good for first timers
Saturday, January 24, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Parents bring your kids (7-17) and come learn to code. For Free. This is an open Scratch session for first timers with no prior experience and any kids who just like playing with Scratch. There is no set curriculum or lesson – it will be based on the needs of those who show up.
It will be in a smaller room with at most 20 people (~10 kids) and 2 mentors Please be sure to bring a laptop. If you need a laptop please let us know in advance: [email protected]