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Events Highlights for Feb 22-28th, 2010

Thanks to some warm weather, our city streets are now actually, you know, walkable. No longer do we all have to ice skate to SEPTA, and that means that heading out to the week’s tech events should be as easy as ever. Although, the weather gods seem to be brewing the next storm, so you’d […]

Thanks to some warm weather, our city streets are now actually, you know, walkable.
No longer do we all have to ice skate to SEPTA, and that means that heading out to the week’s tech events should be as easy as ever. Although, the weather gods seem to be brewing the next storm, so you’d best take advantage while you can.
First and foremost, Black Family Technology Awareness Week has a handful of remaining events this week, including the Changing Expectations Career Tour for anyone considering getting into tech.
On Tuesday, head on over to Liberty Plaza to learn everything you ever wanted to know about mobile programming. The next day you should come out to hear Technically Philly present its business plan to the Philly Startup Leaders and other attendees. Even if you aren’t into sustainable journalism (but, let’s be honest: everyone’s into journalism’s business models… right?), come out for $2 beers and $3 well drinks. And lastly, after work on Friday, TrendCamp will help us all discover the trends that will come to define 2010.
All events listed on the event calendar are free to attend. Be sure to check our complete calendar for more.

Tuesday, February 23rd: PANMA kicks off its extensive 2010 event calendar with a discussion about mobile programming. Chris Morrell of the wonderful Philly New Media Hub will be the featured speaker, ready to teach you about new mobile technologies as well as how to optimize your existing sites. 5:30 p.m. University CityDETAILS. [view more events]
Wednesday, February 24rd: Join us in celebrating our first birthday by dissect our business plan with Philly Startup Leaders at the University of the Arts. We’ll chat about our plans for making Technically Philly a sustainable source of news, and we hope you are there to offer your feedback as our readers and as entrepreneurs. Afterwards, stick around for discounted drinks at the Irish Pub at 12th and Walnut. 7:30 p.m. Center CityREGISTER. [view more events]
Friday, February 26th: *Camp season is well under way. First up: TrendCamp, a barcamp that focuses on “what’s next” for everything from our city to business. We can only hope that attendees universally conclude that Technically Philly is the next big thing. 6:00 p.m. Center CityREGISTER. [view more events]
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Companies: PANMA / Philly Startup Leaders

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