Edited: Corrected time of BFTP.
Hope you weren’t trying to get any work done in these weeks before the holidays.
Our event calendar is as packed it has ever been, chock full of events for every kind of techie. Whether you want to brush up on your Python or throw down with your fellow new media heads, you have no excuse for driving straight home after work.
Start off the week at the home of our new Comcast overlords, taking in Chris Bartlett of Gay History Wiki, whom we’ve covered in the past, at this month’s Refresh Philly. Then, hold off until Thursday and take the day off to better familiarize yourself with Ben Franklin Technology Partners’ application process. When you are done plotting the next great Philadelphia business, head on over to PANMA’s holiday party to spend your future riches.
Monday, December 7th – Though they ignored our requests to rename the group F5 Philly, we suggest heading to Refresh anyway to help recent Technically Not Tech subject and Ignite Philly presenter Chris Bartlett move his Gay History Wiki project along. Be sure to ask him if he can turn away all of his adoring fans after Chris Wink’s City Paper cover story about the project. 6:00 p.m. Center City. RSVP. [view more events]
Thursday, December 10th – If you have even had the inkling to start your own tech company, take off of work and head up to Fort Washington. The kind folks at Ben Franklin Technology Partners are offering free educations sessions on the group’s application process. Just take our career advice: don’t tell the boss where you are going. 9:30 a.m. Fort Washington. RSVP. [view more events]
Thursday, December 10th – When an event uses phrases like “free beer” and “free candy” we don’t think you need us to tell you to consider PANMA’s holiday party. The new media club is partnering with other organizations and urges you to register. Though if the Fuzion Grill and Social Club does end up violating some sort of fire code, you can bet it will be ALL over Twitter. 6 p.m. Old City. RSVP. [view more events]-30-
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