The summer’s still heating up — and with plenty of tech events happening in Boston and Cambridge, there’s no cooling down in sight! Here are our top five picks for events you don’t want to miss this week:
1) Interaction Design Foundation Boston/Wakefield Mash-Up Monthly
Tuesday, July 21, 6:30pm – 9pm
Microsoft New England R&D Center | 1 Memorial Drive | Cambridge
The Interaction Design Foundation – the IDF – is a ten year old transformative non-profit enterprise focused on educating, informing and stimulating the global design community. IDF -Boston and IDF-Wakefieild are local chapters that get together on a monthly basis focusing on providing providing stimulating but fun discussions, insightful information, and face-to-face networking opportunities.
Boston Python presentation nights are a chance for Python developers to explore new topics in depth. Members or outside experts prepare presentations at a variety of levels, on any number of Python-related topics. By giving Python developers a chance to expand and hone their skills, Boston Python is enriching and strengthening the Python community.
3) Intro to the Boston Startup Community at the Boston Public Library
Tuesday, July 21, 6:30pm – 8pm
Boston Public Library (Commonwealth Salon) | 700 Boylston Street | Boston
Twitter: @ | @BPLBoston
This summer the Boston Public Library will open its doors to General Assembly on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. We will host some of our most popular classes at the Central Library’s Commonwealth Salon – from Web Development to Digital Marketing – to give you the practical, hands-on training you need to pursue work you love.
Robby Bitting, Director of Marketing at MassChallenge, the world’s largest startup accelerator and competition, gives an orientation to help newcomers to the startup scene get acquainted with the exciting tech world in Boston. We will give you the inside scoop on key events and meetups to attend, people, companies, venture capital, blogs, incubators, programs, hot issues, and more.
Intelligent.ly helps high-growth startups across Boston develop their talent into highly effective leaders. To develop behaviors and networks that last, every Intelligent.ly program is grounded in expert facilitation, peer collaboration, and practical application.
The Intelligent.ly EMERGE conference is a one-day interactive workshop that brings together high-potential individual contributors from companies across Boston to learn fundamental leadership skills. The event enables emerging leaders to connect with peers in a collaborative environment, while developing core business skills.
Connect. Collaborate. Emerge.
For The Longest Day, we’re organizing the first ever #ENDALZ Hackathon, hosted by Hult International Business School. We’ll be working hard to create tech-driven solutions in Alzheimer’s care, while raising funds and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association.
At the #ENDALZ Hackathon, we’ll be working towards solutions in care and support for individuals living with the disease and their caregivers.