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Monday, May 25th, 2020

Tuesday, May 26th, 2020

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Friday, May 29th, 2020

Saturday, May 30th, 2020

Next Week

Monday, June 2th, 2020

Tuesday, June 2th, 2020

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020

Thursday, June 4th, 2020

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SF IT TechLauderdale
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How Higher Ed Met The Challenges of COVID-19 With Tech
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
online

This Q&A session with Tony Casiotta, Vice President IT & CIO, Broward College and Jason Ball, Associate VP & CIO, Florida Atlantic University will be moderated by Cecil Kidd, CEO, TechLauderdale.

Learn how these two dynamic technology leaders placed thousands of students and hundreds of classes online, as well as ensuring their faculty and staff could work effectively from home.

We want to thank our sponsors, CSPi and onelogin.

Hosted by TechLauderdale


SF IT vBeers Miami
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vBeers South Florida - Weekly Virtual Meetups via Zoom
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Online - Zoom

vBeers meetups are informal networking events for South Florida Tech professionals.

In-person vBeers are suspended until the COVID-19 thread is diminished and public gathering are again allowed. will host a Virtual vBeers every Wednesday until in-person events resume.

After the intros, the rest of meeting will be an informal hangout!

Please join the live meeting at 6:00PM EST with this Zoom link:

You can also join by phone:

  • Meeting ID: 792 850 274
  • 646 558 8656 US
  • +16465588656,,792850274# US (New York)

vBeers@Boca is sponsored by TechLauderdale:

  • "TechLauderdale promotes the growth, connectivity, and awareness of the thriving technology ecosystem in Greater Fort Lauderdale"

Hosted by John J. McLaughlin


SF IT MIT Enterprise Forum
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Plan Z: How CEOs Pivot and Succeed in Times of Uncertainty
Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

MIT Enterprise Forum of South Florida presents: Plan Z: How CEOs Pivot and Succeed in Times of Uncertainty

Leading effectively during times of uncertainty and chaos is a trait many leaders learn much later in their careers. We are in a rear point in history where drastic changes are happening all around us. Every industry and line of business is being dramatically affected by COVID-19; perhaps becoming known as the largest disruptor of modern time.

Hosted by MITEF of South Florida


SF IT IIBA
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Where Do Business Analysts Fit Into The Scaled Agile Framework?
Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
online

For many years, the Scaled Agile Framework or SAFe has been a leading scaling methodology for large enterprises wanting to apply agile practices for large groups of individuals. Published by Dean Leffingwell, and his fellows at Scaled Agile Inc, they have had Fortune 1000 companies left and right adopting the framework as a way of working differently to adapt to market changes and implement a new way of working.

In the SAFe model, however, the term Business Analyst doesn't exist. In this informative talk, we will discuss the SAFe 5.0 framework and provide some context on how Busines Analysts would survive and thrive in such an environment/implementation of the Scaled Agile Framework.

Are you a Business Analysts in a traditional waterfall environment or a Product Owner in Agile environments that have not yet adopted SAFe?

This is for you!

Our Presenter: Michael Roberts

International Institution of Business Analysis (IIBA)


SF IT ITWomen
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ITWomen & Practical Applications of AI Webinar
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 12:00 PM to 12:45 PM
online

Join Polly XU, Lead Data and AI for Florida Power and Light Power Delivery business and Matthew Peters, Vice President of Technology & Executive Director of Intelligent Automation of CAI for another conversation over coffee with ITWomen President, Claire Marrero to shed some light as to how Enterprises are approaching their investments in AI along with some practical use cases for intelligent automation.

ITWomen is delighted to continue our tradition of helping to Advance Women across the fields of Technology & Engineering through this interactive Tool Kit session, thanks to our partner, CAI.

Hosted by ITWomen


SF IT SIM
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SIM Career Management Series - Networking 101
Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
online

Join us for ANOTHER great event with Phil Gerbyshak as he helps us navigate the scary parts of NETWORKING! Phil is an amazing, engaging speaker. Don't miss this event!

Hosted by SIM South Florida


SF IT ExecutiveRoundtable
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ExecutiveRoundtable.org CXO Virtual Meeting
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM
online

The Executive Roundtable will hold another industry-agnostic live virtual Zoom meeting, featuring Sr. Corporate Leaders / CXO's who will discuss & share best practices, & lessons learned over the past few months (as well as plans some companies are making moving forward) around: remote working & cybersecurity; digital-transformation; data science; AI; talent arrangements; special customer / staff / business accommodations; health & safety protocols; facilities & risk management; tele-health & benefits; the 'Come-Back' re-opening; how organizations can partner; social responsibility; & much more.

Join us alongside these Sr. CXO's on the panel who are Zoom'd in from across the nation, as well as over 150 interactive Zoom participants for this virtual, live, meeting...this moderated roundtable panel will also include a Q&A portion where the live view-only attendees can submit questions to the pane-level executives by emailing them during the live Zoom to events@Roundtable1.com.

This meeting will go from 12:00pm until approximately 1:15pm. Our meetings have & continue to feature top corporate executives from prestigious local, regional, & global organizations!

Hosted by ExecutiveRoundtable.org


SF IT Developer
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Quick start to build web applications with React
Saturday, May 30th, 2020: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
online

At this time we are hosting Free Class with partner company Otus U.

Presenters: Michail Kuztnetsov

  • Engineer, teacher, facilitator. Skilled in backend and variety of modern JS frameworks (Vuejs, Angular, React, Polymer). Software quality and architecture professional, MSc. Conference speaker, events organizer

React is an excellent library for building user interfaces. Its journey started in 2013 by Facebook company, and the JavaScript community drives it.

Hosted by Evgeny Kim From Miami Software QA/DEV Meetup


SF IT M365
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Sentiment Analysis with Fabian Williams
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
online

We are in for a treat as MVP Fabian Williams will give this month's presentation. In this session we will look at a use case to get consumer sentiments relative to feelings of anxiety, depression, stress as both adult and children face "shelter in place" or other restrictions to movement. Understanding the impact of home schooling, distance learning, work from home and how that affects the human psyche. The end result is a PowerBI dashboard that is a result of less than 10 questions in an anonymous form.

Hosted by Johnathan and Ashley A. From M365 South Florida


SF IT Palm Beach Tech
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Intro to User Research & Usability Testing
Friday, May 29th, 2020: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
online

We will review how User Research can help you understand your end-user by incorporating a group of methodologies for evaluation. It can help you understand who your customers are, what is important to them, how they actually use your products, what their biggest impediments are and how to fix them.

Usability Testing can be conducted to identify usability problems with a design as early as possible, so they can be fixed before the design is implemented or mass produced. Recognizing this potential to highlight difficulties and strong points in a design's early versions is a vital part of a designer's thought process.

Hosted by Palm Beach Tech


Best Time To Create Your Dream Job Is Now
Tuesday, June 2th, 2020: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
online

In just 5 weeks, close to 30 million Americans filed for unemployment. The U.S. now has more than one million confirmed Covid-19 cases. Why is now the best time to create your dream job or business? Fortune 100 global speaker, #1 international bestselling author, and online entrepreneur Christopher Kai shares why now is the best time to dive into the e-learning space which is a $325 billion industry. Join this exciting conversation before time runs out!

Hosted by Palm Beach Tech


SF IT Big Data
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Power Apps: Quick Start Guide by Hasham Niaz
Tuesday, June 2th, 2020: 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
online

The Power Apps - Quick Start Guide by Hasham Niaz session is designed to show business and technical users how to get started with building your first Canvas Apps using Power Apps. Attendees will learn about the key components necessary to setup and then walk through the process of developing a canvas app that reads data from a SharePoint list; as well as, edit and display those entries in the app. In addition to, this presentation will cover how to get connected to different data sources along with tips and techniques used to create apps in Power Apps.

Hosted by Adriano From South Florida Power BI


SF IT Bitcoin
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CryptoMondays Miami
Monday, June 2th, 2020: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
online

This event is for anyone interested in becoming part of the emerging Cryptocurrency and Blockchain economy. CryptoMondays is a global brand existing in 37 other cities in 14 different countries, Miami is proud to be the 22nd chapter.

Our goal is to build a strong community, foster an environment for strategic partnerships and make friends you can connect with across the globe. Miami is also a prime location to aide the disruption this new technology will have on the nation, at CryptoMondays we intend to build the local community as well as educate and ensure that Florida remains a central location for development. Download the Freebee app (blue and lime green) for one Free Drink and free rides around the city from electric vehicles.

Hosted by CryptoMondays From CryptoMondays Miami


SF IT AI
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Building Advanced Image Classifiers with CNNs using PyTorch
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

CNNs (Convolutional Neural Networks) have revolutionized the way we build visual processing systems and are a major component of the deep learning toolkit available to machine learning practitioners. CNNs are commonly used in visual processing but also have applications in other fields like Natural Language Processing. In this talk, Jacob will introduce CNNs and give a detailed overview of how they work and some of the motivations behind why there were invented. We will then get our hands dirty and build a CNN model from scratch using PyTorch and train it to recognize different objects from a common visual dataset. We will then use a transfer learning technique to improve the accuracy of our model.

Hosted by Cris and 2 others From Data Science Study Group: South Florida


AI Powered IoT solutions with Microsoft Azure by Eumar Assis
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Powered Internet of Things (IoT) solutions with Microsoft Azure by Eumar Assis from Microsoft

This presentation shows Microsoft Azure innovative solutions by integrating Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and Machine Learning. Microsoft Azure enables Cloud intelligence to be deployed locally for creating unique IoT solutions. While Azure IoT empowers you to quickly build and deploy secure, scalable IoT applications using the comprehensive Azure IoT portfolio of managed and platform services, Azure Machine Learning Services allows you to profile, validate, and deploy machine learning models anywhere, from the cloud to the edge, to manage production ML workflows at scale in an enterprise-ready fashion. In this session, we review key Azure IoT services and how to use these services for integrating and deploying Machine Learning models with IoT solutions.

Hosted by Adriano From Microsoft Data and AI South Florida User Group


SF IT Javascript
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Boca JS - Strapi - Instant API Backend in NodeJS - Part 2
Tuesday, June 2th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

Admit it. You're stopped working on that side project or next big idea because you didn't want to build a whole new back end.

Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson will (over two events) explain to us why Strapi is both the answer to "how can I get a backend up quickly" and "How can I create a sophisticated backend for a large, complex project"

Strapi is called a "Headless CMS" which conjure up images wordpress without the wordpress part. We willl explain why this is the solution to the problem we've all had in the past.

Because this is a big subject with many parts this subject will be split into two events and over two different meetup groups.

Hosted by Damian Montero From Boca JS


Palm Beach JS - Strapi - Instant API Backend in NodeJS - Part 1
Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

Admit it. You're stopped working on that side project or next big idea because you didn't want to build a whole new back end.

Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson will (over two events) explain to us why Strapi is both the answer to "how can I get a backend up quickly" and "How can I create a sophisticated backend for a large, complex project"

Strapi is called a "Headless CMS" which conjure up images wordpress without the wordpress part. We willl explain why this is the solution to the problem we've all had in the past.

Because this is a big subject with many parts this subject will be split into two events and over two different meetup groups.

Hosted by Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson From BocaJS


SF IT Python
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Best Practices & Tools for Accurate Document Annotation and Data Abstraction
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
online

Are you working on machine learning tasks such as sentiment analysis, named entity recognition, text classification, image classification or audio segmentation? If so, you need training data adapted for your particular domain and task.

This webinar will explain the best practices and strategies for getting the training data you need. We will go over the setup of the annotation team, the workflows that need to be in place for guaranteeing high accuracy and labeler agreement, and the tools that will help you increase productivity and eliminate errors.

Hosted by Julia Mohler From Miami Python User Group


Global Leader in Retail AI Achieves 5x Blazing Fast Performance
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
online

Today, uncertainty has become the new normal. The retail industry faces several short term challenges around cash flow, consumer demands, pricing and driving sales. This calls for retailers to adapt to evolving consumer needs, loaded with challenges and complexities.

As per Jason Goldberg, Forbes contributor for Retail industry 'Consumers will have adopted short-term behaviors during the pandemic that in many cases will become permanent'.

In order thrive in a post pandemic world, it is critical to prepare for this new economic reality that's shaping consumer behavior radically.

Hosted by Julia Mohler


Rapidly Onboard and Prep Your Data for Machine Learning
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
online

Building machine learning models is a creative process that requires deep thinking and expertise. But there's a lot of drudgery required to find and prep the data to train your ML model, not to mention getting that model into production or re-training it later.

Whether you're using H2O.ai, Spark MLlib or any other machine learning framework, building your ML model is just one step in the longer process of getting machine learning into production.

Hosted by Julia Mohler


Basics of Python Programming
Tuesday, June 2th, 2020: 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
online

Learn the foundations of Python Language, explore real data sets, and cover the basics of Data Analytics.

This workshop is on a beginners level and all you'll need is :

  • To have your computer charged and a good internet connection
  • A Google account
  • Make sure Google Colab can be accessed. All python coding will take place in this environment
  • Be on time!

Hosted by Lisa Nuessle


SF IT SQL
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Monitoring & Troubleshooting SQL Server environments using Free community tools
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

In this session we will see how to monitor and troubleshoot different SQL Server environments using free tools developed by community experts We will cover First Responder Kit , Diagnostics Queries, BPCCheck, dbatools / dbachecks and more .

Hosted by Cecilia Brusatori South Florida SQL Server User Group


SF IT dotnet
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Coders Cafe - .NET on AWS - Amit Jha - Amzaon
Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

This session is targeted for .Net & Microsoft developers/architects/development leads who are exploring or building applications with AWS Technologies. Learn AWS tools and .Net Core integration with several AWS Services (ECS, EC2, Batch, CloudFormation, SNS, SQS, Lambda, Step functions, Config Rules, etc.). Also, learn about how other customers are bringing existing .NET/Windows workloads on AWS and innovating further by leveraging AWS Platform features & Services.

Hosted by Dave Noderer From FlaDotNet


SF IT Agile
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Business Agility is Here to Stay
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
online

If you think Agile is only for Technology organizations, we want to share some great insights with you. As organizations struggle to keep up with the changing time, Agile best practices like Kanban are currently increasing business agility and helping us be more customer-centric.

If you are a business leader, and you have been hearing about Agile, we can help you. In this free session, you will meet two of our Business Agility & Kanban coaches who will share with you some insights.

Don't miss your participant discount for our upcoming "Team Kanban Practitioner" 1-day class. When? June 6, 2020.

Hosted by Rick Regueira from South Florida Agile Association


Taste of Agile for Remote High Performing Teams
Saturday, May 30th, 2020: 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM
online

If you find yourself working from home and want to learn new skills to catapult your career and build Agile, Remote High Performing Teams, this is the workshop for you.

Attend this Agile remote workshop that is customized for today's remote challenges. Obtain the techniques to make a difference in your organization.

Hosted by Rick Regueira from South Florida Agile Association


What does a successful Agile Transformation look like?
Thursday, June 4th, 2020: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
online

This in person event is for anyone interested in learning more about Agile Transformation.

This is a recurring Agile Coaching Session occurring on the second Thursday of every month at 6:00 PM EST.

Description: This is an interactive session for anyone interested in topics relating to Agile software development, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Lean Management, SAFe, etc. All experience levels are welcome. This is an opportunity to get together with your fellow South Florida Agilists and discuss challenges, solutions, trends, certifications (CSM, CSPO, PMI-ACP, CSP, CEC, CST, SPC4, Kanban) or anything else to help you grow as an Agilist.

Hosted by Rick Regueira from South Florida Agile Association


SFAA SIG - SAFe Scaling Agile : What, How and When?
Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
online

As part of Florida's SAFe (ScaledAgileFramework) group initiative, let us meet to discuss different ways of Scaling agile from small teams to large organizations, what are different ways and means and when would be the right time to implement this.

Hosted by Ramesh Nori From South Florida Agile Association


SF IT Startup Grind FLL
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Coping with, Confronting and Conquering Covid19 Chaos
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
online

We are experiencing unprecedented times. Unemployment is expected to reach levels not seen since the great depression, small businesses are failing left and right, economic uncertainty has gripped the globe while a catastrophic global recession is all but guaranteed.

We're told to prepare for the new normal, characterized by periods of economic contraction alternating with economic expansion as waves of infections rise and wane. How does an entrepreneur deal with chaos, disruption and uncertainty? What strategies can be employed to not only cope with but confront and conquer these upcoming challenges?

Hosted by Startup Grind


SF IT The LAB Miami
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Mindful Leadership & Resilience for Entrepreneurs with Suzanne Jewell
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
online

Join us with Suzanne Jewell, The Mindful Entrepreneur, as we explore the 4th Pillar of your Start-up. As every start-up requires an MVP, Proof of Concept and a strategic plan on how to reach the ROI for investors, few leaders look at themselves as the 4th Pillar of their business plan. Top leadership schools from Stanford to Yale are training graduates on the practices of mindful attention training. Microsoft's CEO has said that in five years or less, the #1 skill for leaders, as well as employees, will be the ability to focus the most valuable asset they have; their attention. The #1 most downloaded content during these times on LinkedIn has been about mindulness, resilience and stress reduction.

Hosted by The LAB Miami


SF IT IronHack
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Build Your Digital Resume, Responsive Web Page Tutorial
Thursday, June 4th, 2020: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
online

The world we know today couldn't be imagined without the Internet and the World Wide Web (web). The Web is nothing more than a collection of different HTML pages. Join us and learn how to digitize your Resume, building it with the HTML, styling it with the CSS, and deploying it on the Web using GitHub service provider. As a bonus, learn with us how to make your Resume responsive and available on mobile and tablet devices as well.

Hosted by Lisa Nuessle


Ironhack to Facebook --> How to land a job in big tech!
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
online

Danny Rodriguez joined Ironhack's UX/UI Program after "conveniently" missing his college class enrollment date.

After graduating from Ironhack, Danny went on to work his way as a UX/UI designer in South Florida. Shortly after, Danny moved to Silicon Valley to work for Google. Now he works as an AR/VR product designer at Facebook.

Hear his story of how he leveraged his Ironhack education to get hired at the most desirable tech companies.

Hosted by Lisa Nuessle From Ironhack


SF IT TDWI
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How to Mitigate Analytics Risk and Complexity in a Rapidly Evolving Data Landscape
Tuesday, May 26th, 2020: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
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The data and analytics landscape is rapidly evolving and many organizations are struggling to build trusted solutions to deliver data insights. At TDWI, we increasingly see organizations using a wide range of platforms for managing data - a modern architecture that is often a mix of data warehouses and lakes, both on premises and in one or more clouds. Overcoming the challenge of a rapidly changing data environment involves a combination of flexible and interoperable tooling as well as building an architecture that can accommodate change.

Hosted by TDWI


Succeeding with a Modern Cloud Data Architecture
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
online

A 2020 TDWI survey shows that the average data-driven organization will have more data on cloud than on premises by 2023. Many organizations have already passed this tipping point, and they will soon have only a small percentage of their data on premises.

Organizations are aggressively moving data and its management to the cloud for analytics as well as data science and machine learning because the cloud's benefits apply directly to data management, namely elasticity for high-performance analytics processing and big data scale, but with minimal administration and entry costs for cloud platforms and tools. These benefits contribute to the success of business-driven programs in analytics, data science, reporting, warehousing, and time-sensitive operations.

Hosted by TDWI


SF IT Code for FLL
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Virtual OpenHackNight
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
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Join us for our OpenHackNight at Ultimate Software! We'll be in the Think Tank Room on the third floor in Phase 10. Go to the front desk in the lobby on the first floor and Ryan will help everyone get to the room.

Use this as an opportunity to hack on a project, learn something new, and meet fellow citizens interested in open gov/open data.

Got something to share? Email us to present it next Weds.

Hosted by Rob Davis and Ryan Gates From Code for Fort Lauderdale


SF IT Code for MIA
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Virtual Open Hack Night by Code for Miami Inc.
Thursday, May 28th, 2020: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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Virtual Open Hack Night is gathering of our community members online to work on existing project ideas. Some people work on their own projects others work on Code for Miami projects which range from concepts using data to solve civic issues using code or design.

Join us for our Virtual Open Hack Night

Virtual Open Hack Night is gathering of our community members online to work on existing project ideas. Some people work on their own projects others work on Code for Miami projects which range from concepts using data to solve civic issues using code or design.

Hosted by Gregory and Livio Zanardo


SF IT Game Developers
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Raid Magic Leap HQ & FGDA Community Projects: Zero-to-Hero Magic Leap & Unity 3D
Monday, June 2th, 2020: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
online

Florida Game Developers Association is pleased to continue the development of our zero-to-hero community projects series.

We will learn all aspects of game design, development, testing, and marketing as a guild. All aspects of the project will be based upon friendly, collaborative decision making of the members who are participating. As the series name implies, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.

Hosted by Praveen Yalamanchi and Hell Hounder


SF IT Broward Events
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Virtual Monthly Meetup of IT Sales and Marketing Professionals - South Florida
Monday, May 25th, 2020: 6PM to 8PM
Zoom

This is a group for IT Sales and Marketing Professionals to meet with their peers, learn from each other and share referrals.

Meet with peers, learn from each other and share referrals in a relaxed informal event.

In-person meetups are suspended until the COVID-19 thread is diminished and public gathering are again allowed, we will run the next meetups as Zoom video conferences.

I will ask each participant to introduce themselves - who are you, what do you do, what does your company do, etc.

That will be followed by an open discussion.

Join Zoom Meeting

If you are interested in helping this group grow - by being a sponsor, presenter or an organizer - please let me know.

johnj (954) 324-7867


SF IT SOFLUX
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The History of UX
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
online

Have you ever wondered where UX got started? Get a deeper understanding of User Experience from its history.

Let's look back at the 'hows,' 'whats' and 'whens' of UX:

  • When was the term 'user experience' first introduced?
  • What UX was happening before we used the term 'UX?'
  • What has happened since?

This is a free online event open to all, hosted by SOFLUX, the South Florida UX Meetup and Chapter of UXPA International.

Hosted by Lauren and Dr. Shane McWhorter


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