With the back-to-school buzz settling down, it’s time to get going with civic tech. Here are some of our top picks for events not to miss this week:
The impact of tech on the American economy, its cities and how tech is transforming the urban ecosystem will shape the agenda for our fourth annual one-day Techonomy Detroit conference. The social and economic evolution of our cities is being impacted every day by tech-driven change in every aspect of how we live and work. Be it advances in transportation, education, healthcare or government, tech is enabling new tools to address the challenges and opportunities that will drive the business and social structures of our interconnected, urbanized future.
DevOps Days is a 2 day conference that will promote awareness for bridging the gap between development and operations. DevOpsDays is a grassroots event for professionals in the field to connect for sharing challenges, advice, and ideas relating to DevOps and Technology in general. It is organized by peers who care and believe in collaboration, automation, measurement and constant improvement.
3) Interaction Design Foundation Boston/Wakefield Mash-Up Monthly
Tuesday, September 15, 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-Wakefield 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.
TiE-Boston Monthly Dinner is a series of Panel discussion and/or keynote address to keep the community engaged and updated with the happenings of Entrepreneurial field in the area.