February snuck up on us, and brought with it some intense spring weather. This surprise warmth means you have no excuse to get out there this week — here are our top picks for events you don’t want to miss:
Interact with your peers in a monthly morning breakfast meetup. At this monthly breakfast get-together techies, developers, designers, and entrepreneurs share learn from their peers through show and tell / show-case style presentations.
Python project nights are unstructured chances for Python developers to work together, mentor each other, connect socially, teach, learn, or do whatever else it is Python developers want to do together. Our project nights are great ways to build the Python community, by allowing them to meet and interact in whatever way they find most beneficial.
Calling all Cambridge-Based researchers! February 4th is World Cancer Day and to thank you for all of the work you do, you are invited to attend a free lunch and learn. This lunch and learn will highlight David M. Weinstock, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Michael B. Yaffe, David H. Koch Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering. Both Boston-based researchers will be highlighting their recent publications with Cancer Cell. Join us in Kendall Square for lunch, two lectures and afternoon coffee and continued discussions.
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