- Boston Software Engineers Job Fair
Event on 2013-09-05 18:30:00
We are gathering for a tech job fair directed towards frontend and backend engineers at Microsoft NERD in Cambridge.
We are limiting entrance to 10 to 25 employers and under 200 engineers so that we can ensure an excellent environment to make potential hires.
Backend & Frontend Engineers
The event passes are free for backend and frontend engineers looking for opportunities. We accept BitCoin and Visa through the job fair Website for donations though. Please show up in appropriate dress for a job interview. In most cases the hiring principal and a lead engineer from a company will be on hand.
We ask everyone register here if possible as well:
If you would rather not publicly display your attendance in any way the registration form on the site is what you want.
We also have a free 24/7 virtual job fair happening athttp://bostonjobfair.org/jobs/with employers who will be at the physical fair as well. We will be turning them on as companies send over positions. Most of the companies listed currently were in past job fairs and have not been confirmed for this event yet.
More infomation can be found at: Boston Tech Jobs
Employer Passes include entrance for two representatives, a table, and refreshments at the job fair. They range in price from 9 to 49 depending on company size. Every employer will get the ability to post banners. Pricing levels can be negotiated.
Employer Passes are Purchased on the BSE Job Fair Website:
Michael Latulippe, Founder of Boston Software Engineers
Michael LatulippeFounded Boston Software Engineers along with successful groups in NYC, LA, and Boston. He is an engineer with experience in PHP, Python, Perl, and Java. Michael chooses the topics and technologies for events to help progress them forward in the engineering community.
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Our group has grown by leaps and bounds this past year and we are proud to announce that BostonSoftware Engineers (BSE) is going to continue to grow and develop our ecosystem with job fairs, training events, and groundbreaking events. We couldn't do it without our members and we want to thank you for being apart of this growing organization.
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Cambridge, United States
Event on 2013-09-07 12:00:00
We convinced many businesses to accept Bitcoin, made the news, and made Vancouver the biggest Bitcoin Meet Up in Canada. To celebrate, we're going to have Vancouver's first inaugural CoinFest!We signed up a Waves Coffee House to accept bitcoins for the very first time, and it's the biggest one in province! But wait: what is a CoinFest?
CoinFest is a fun gathering for people of all kinds who are curious about Bitcoin.Here you can practice and learn about the revolutionary technology and concept behind new digital money.CoinFest serves as a free platform for the exchange of goods, services, currencies and ideas–an exciting event of freedom and opportunity, where you can meet the innovators who drive this movement forward.Intended as a hub for the Bitcoin economy, CoinFest showcases how it works for anyone to see.There will be plenty of attractions, such as:
Room for 150 new friends and associates, plus Waves coffee and treats available in return for bitcoins!
Live ambient musicfrom a volunteer musician playing in the background. If you enjoy it, please consider tipping the musician a little BTC for his or her hard work.
Tables arranged for anyone who wants to set updemonstration boothsfor digital coin trading (altcoins are allowed), merchandise, or discussion about a service or cause. Accommodations will be chosen by and moderated at the discretion of the event organizer.
2 meeting rooms(1 large, 1 small), free for your booking any time during the event. Someactivitiesmay be given priority. If you have any ideas for a presentation, seminar, panel or discussion, start a comment thread about that idea or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CoinFest has no rules beyond common courtesy (and decency) and those required by law; however, there are some guidelines that you should be aware of.The space and staff for this event are graciously provided by the chosen Bitcoin venue free of charge, so please purchase at least one item from the venue. This also encourages more venues to accept bitcoins in the future.
The organizer of this event does not charge any money to the Bitcoin venue or the event participants.It takes work, though, so if you want to, you may donate BTC to him at 13SH6sEaETA5Ca7Gb5kb1Yv5SjqxauvKdm. If you possess more than a few hundred bitcoins, or you are a business that will profit from this event, it is recommended that you donate and write him a nice message at email@example.com.
Individuals and businesses that support the CoinFest will be be recognized by the host and the community in many ways, and may be given preferred accommodations.For the inaugural CoinFest,50% of the bitcoins raised will go directly to the Bitcoin Cooperative's Non-profit Bitcoin Outreach Fund, to be used for spreading Bitcoin awareness and acceptance in a manner chosen democratically by the community.
This event is a work in progress. The above guidelines are subject to change from one CoinFest to another as necessity demands.For more information, please see this event on Facebook athttps://www.facebook.com/events/305766732893569/
at Seminar Meeting Location – Lobby
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- Super Talks: Cash is Dead, Long Live Cash!
Event on 2013-09-22 14:00:00
ECONOMIES. Cash is Dead, Long Live Cash!
From the infamous rise of bitcoin to mobile payments, timebanking and the death of the chequebook, the way we pay and exchange value is dramatically changing. Do current forms of money adequately address the needs of communities and consumers today? How can designers work with communities to reconnect us to the concept of value?
This panel discussion explores the role of design in understanding and shaping the future of money and our complex, shifting relationships to it.
Chair:Dr Cecilia Wee
Speakers:Austin Houldsworth,Becky Booth & Matthew Slater.
Super Talks attendees must have a valid entry ticket to Tent & Super Brands London.
Purchase a ticket or Register here >
Dr Cecilia Weeis an independent curator, writer and Lecturer at the School of Communication, Royal College of Art. She produces projects that celebrate and challenge the assumed role of creativity in society, particularly working with experimental sound, performance, visual art and design practices, in the UK and internationally.Cecilias research interests include financial systems and environmental change, narratives of technological 'progress', cultural understandings of militarised combat, the theory and practice of dialogue.
Becky Boothis the Chief Executive and co-founder ofSpice, a social enterprise that develops agency timebanking systems for communities and public services. Booth has extensive community development experience, and along with Geoff Thomas originated the principles of the successful time credit systems.
Austin HouldsworthisCurator and Art Directorof the Future of Money Design Award. He is a visiting tutor and researcher within the Design Interactions Department at the Royal College of Art. He is the curator of the Future of Money Design Awards 2011 and 2012 sponsored by Visa Europe & Consult Hyperion. In 2010 he was selected through an open competition to build the worlds first prototype fossilization machine called 2 million and 1AD for the Tatton Park Biennial.
Matthew Slateris a community currency engineer and co-founder ofCommunity Forge, leading providers of open source software for community currencies. Slater aims to provide software for mutual credit economies so that people can reclaim the business of creating money from the banks.
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