CHAIN 76 is coming Oct 11-12 to Philadelphia, PA!
A blockchain conference and workshop will be held in Center City Philadelphia on October 11th and 12th focusing on pharmaceuticals, supply chain and blockchain. ➡ https://chain76.org/ ⬅
This is the FIRST Blockchain conference in Philadelphia relating to supply chain in the pharmaceutical industry. The event host, William Entriken, is the lead author of the blockchain standard for non-fungible tokens (Ethereum ERC-721). Ernst & Young, Celgene, Johnson & Johnson, etc. will be attending the conference.
Also, the participants will walk away with actual blockchain development experience. Everybody in the room will deploy a smart contract!
Sponsors: Perkins Coie, Penn Blockchain Club, Temple University Supply Chain Association
NET/WORK Suburbs is back for year three! #networkburbs18
NET/WORK is a technology job fair showcasing vibrant companies seeking talent and talented people seeking work. Nothing stiff or stuffy about it. The companies at NET/WORK are psyched to show off their company culture—and get to know you outside of your resume.
Take this opportunity to network and find job opportunities with companies in the Greater Philadelphia region and beyond.
Thanks to Turn5 for hosting the 3rd annual NET/WORK Suburbs!
- Look fancy and get a professional headshot taken for your LinkedIn profile.
- Have your resume reviewed and hear feedback/edits for making sure you stand out!
Come and learn how to market yourself and your venture personally as a brand!
Tyra Ford is the Director of the Temple Professional Network out of the Office of Alumni Relations. In this role, Tyra is charged with building a robust program aimed at providing high-quality career-related programming, resources and networking opportunities that support Temple alumni in all phases of their career development and across a variety of industries. Prior to this role, she worked at the Fox School of Business, holding the dual role of faculty and Director of Client Development for Fox Management Consulting. In these roles, Tyra taught undergraduate marketing courses and led business development efforts, securing consulting projects for Fox’s MBA students and serving a range of clients from Fortune 50 firms to startups. She has also designed content for and facilitated professional development workshops for a wide variety of audiences. Tyra has strong entrepreneurial roots, having founded and run her own business prior to joining Temple.
Every year, Glassdoor releases its top 25 highest paying jobs. This year, almost half of them are in the tech field; if you’re thinking about getting into tech, now is the right time.
We’ll cover the different ways you can break into tech and outline the pros and cons of all the options within the local tech community. Then we’ll dive into the technical career opportunities that are available locally – from jobs you’ve heard of like front-end developer, to jobs that are new to the area, like developer evangelist.
You will receive a confirmation email and an email the day of the event from Eventbrite with the live webinar link.
The State of Technology in PHL: Understanding your Hybrid Cloud Strategy
Join us on Wednesday, January 16th 2019 as our panel of Philadelphia-based experts breakdown the importance of a hybrid cloud strategy. We’ll discuss the role of the data center and cloud on-ramps; how legacy systems can benefit from hybrid cloud infrastructure; and processing content at the edge.
Drones are one of the hottest technological forces of the 21st century. These incredible marvels have democratized perspective, taking exclusive ownership over that unique slice of airspace sandwiched between the reach of the longest selfie stick and the lowest hovering helicopter. Unmanned aerial vehicles help to contextualize our vast and gorgeous environments. In that way, they’re an artist’s dream medium. The ancient human desire to take flight and see the world from a towering view is now available to the masses. So, how can you communicate a soaring visual story and elevate your artistry to new heights?
Join award-winning travel photographer Chase Guttman, author of The Handbook of Drone Photography, as he guides you through the airspace of the newest photographic frontier.
FemmeHacks is a beginner-friendly, collegiate hackathon for women-identifying* individuals in Philly/NY/NJ, hosted by the University of Pennsylvania’s Women in Computer Science. Our goal is to inspire, teach, and empower women in the Philly tech community. We believe that together we can learn, build cool projects, and create a community of technical women* in the field. FemmeHacks offers both beginner and intermediate workshops on Friday in topics like web dev, hardware, and GitHub (a code collaboration tool). On Saturday, we have all-day hacking with mentoring engineers, side events, swag, and good food.
* we realize “women” is a complicated term. We use * to specifically and intentionally welcome trans and cis women, as well as nonbinary and gender non-conforming folks :). Equality for all, y’all.
Join your peers by registering now. Gather the key IT knowledge needed to be indispensable. This year’s Tech Summit agenda is carefully designed to provide you with the latest IT trends and knowledge needed to make the best possible decisions on behalf of your organization. It will allow you to see the best practices other leading companies have adopted, key IT challenges they are facing, and new solutions that are solving these challenges. The available seating is limited so be sure to sign up as soon as possible to ensure you will have a seat. You are welcome to invite other key people on your team.
ABOUT DRAGONHACKS 2019
DragonHacks 2019 is the best 24 hour hardware-focused hackathon event hosted by Drexel University IEEE in 2019 in the Bennett S. LeBow College of Business. DragonHacks 2019 is bringing in the brightest minds of the world’s best schools to spend 24 hours to create ground breaking new products from scratch!
We will have more than enough East coast exclusive food and caffeine to energize hungry and excited hackers. With over $10,000 in prizes this year, your sleepless efforts will be rewarded!
Hacking begins at 2 PM Saturday April 20th right after the 1 PM opening ceremony and ends at 2 PM Sunday April 21st. You must submit your project on Devpost. In order to be eligible for prizes, you also must participate on the Sunday judging.