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Clojure: Lisp for the Real World (Stuart Sierra)
Tap the Cash™: Spring Edition is here tending to your enjoyment for great investment opportunities and home crafted beers. Quarterly we are setting the stage for our cities' active, accredited investors and emerging entrepreneurs to come together.
Abstract: We have a very special and unique Tampa Windows Phone User Group (Tampa WPUG) meeting planned being hosted at FirstWaVE Venture Center on May 21 from 6-8. The speaker is James Vertisan. He has the #1 app for the windows phone (SHOTLY) and it’s also in the apple store
CapCHI is a social and professional society of people who work as user interface designers, researchers, educators, software developers, web designers, graphic designers and human factors engineers in and around Canada’s National Capital Region. Four of Human Computer Interface’s brightest and “bestest” will be presenting at the upcoming CapCHI meeting 21 May. Graduate students will be exposing their work and ideas in a run up to thesis defence and seeking input from other HCI practitioners.
Various topics on Microsoft technology stack. Meeting Sponsor is TekSystems.
Jim Benson & Tonianne DeMaria Barry of Personal Kanban fame! And Simon Bennett, recently
returned from LKNA13
Health 2.0 Pittsburgh Agenda: 6:30-7pm Networking 7:00-7:30pm Startup 5&5. Three health startups will have five minutes to present and five minutes for Q&A and resource sharing from the audience. 7:30-8:15pm Dr. Carl Snyderman, MD
Hack Night, Tuesdays at 7 at Launchpad, is a weekly meetup for programmers, hackers, and nerds of all stripes. Formerly Ruby Bayou, we're now welcome to hackers of all stripes. We're aggressively unstructured and everyone's welcome.
Join us for our one day event to learn about the funding options that are right for your business and meet one-one-one with lending officers on site to start your loan application. Register now for access to our expert speakers, panels, community organizations, banks, and a FREE copy of your business's D&B credit report.
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