We meet each month to discuss the latest in software development using Google technologies.
Casual weekly gathering for hacking on creative code projects before heading to work, for anyone who creates art with code and enjoys coffee in the morning. http://www.meetup.com/Creative-Code-and-Coffee/
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Open Coffee is an opportunity for Enterpreneurs and investors to explore the startup process. We focus on growth companies and how to make progress on moving your company (or the idea of your company) forward.
Organized by John Sechrest and Dave Busby
The UW CSE Colloquium Series features accessible talks by leading computer scientists and computer engineers from the University of Washington, the region, the nation, and the world.
RSVP HERE: http://www.meetup.com/SeattleTechMeetup/
(*Limited to 200 RSVP’s and tickets sell fast! Sign up today!)
Seattle Tech Meetup happens on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Join us for food, drink, fun, community connections and five awesome presentations of new technology from Seattle startups and major companies. We give the community a chance to share the wisdom and innovative projects being developed in our technology industry. This collaborative event expands to the broader community to contribute advice from local experts to entrepreneurial projects, companies and non-profit organizations.
Experience Seattle’s new signature monthly event to tap into the Seattle tech scene and meet people who are passionate about startups, non-profits, co-working spaces, meetup groups, accelerators, and technology driven companies of all sizes and groups who are doing great things for the Seattle community.
This is the monthly meeting of the Seattle Java User’s group. Please go to http://www.seajug.org for more information on the agenda, venue and related details.
Contact: Nimret Sandhu
NSCoder Night is a weekly, informal gathering of Mac and iOS developers to discuss problems, share ideas, and help each other. All Cocoa developers are welcome.
More info: http://seattlexcoders.org/
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More and more startups are using Lean and Agile as a way to get more done faster, better, and cheaper.
Join us every Wednesday morning for an interdisciplinary look at all things Lean, Kanban, TPS, or Personal Kanban even. We’ll be talking about things like limiting WIP, visualizing workflow, and self-organizing teams.
You should come if you :
* have heard about Lean and want to know more
* are trying to implement Lean thinking at your organization and could use some advice and guidance
* know a lot about lean and would like to share your knowledge and find out what others are doing
* are looking to find work as or to give work to someone with a lean background
* like coffee and interesting conversation
Learn more @ http://seattle.leancoffee.org/
Where: Panera Bread in the Bear Creek shopping center in Redmond (17262 Redmond Way, near the 520/Redmond Way interchange). We are in the small private room on the left as you enter.
Organized by John Sechrest
What is it:
It’s mostly founders and entrepreneurs get together to network and learn from each other. There is no fixed agenda. Sometimes there’s a “table topic” proposed in advance. Some discussions that have happened recently:
* People discuss what they’re doing and get feedback
* People have announced things they’re doing and gotten good Q&A time
* People have mentioned an idea they had for a business or web site and pros and cons were discussed
* People asked for tips: Company formation, co-founder, funding, where to host, what co-working spaces are good, tradeoffs of different dev environments, etc
We usually have anywhere from 5 to 25 people show up, couple service providers also show up once in a while
If you have a particular topic you’d like to discuss and/or are looking for feedback, we’ll probably discuss it.
We are usually in the side room to the left of the main entrance.
Also, it’s at Panera, so some people have been known to drink coffee and get food. There is free WiFi if you care.