The Phils aren’t doing so hot, there’s no new television shows on and the weather is just freggin’ awful.
Which, of course, means you have no reason to not attend any events on our jam-packed calendar this week. Every day has a worthy event, though we can only pick three. So take this chance to brush up on your programming, your business savvy or at least mooch off of some air conditioning.
This week get the inside scoop behind visitphilly.com, learn how to get your startup off the ground from the experts and celebrate the return of Philly Build Guild. Though two of these events happen on the same day. Ah, choices.
Monday, June 14th – Refresh Philly get together to chat with the folks at Happy Cog East, the folks who designed the VisitPhilly website. The company will reveal the ideas behind the code as well as breakdown how made Philly look so damn awesome. RSVP is required to get past the Comcast security desk. 6:00 p.m. Center City. RSVP. [view more events]
Monday, June 14th – If Web design isn’t your thing, PSL is getting down to business. Having a techie co-founder is often essential the success of tech startups. Problem is, the people with the business idea often can’t write a line of code. PSL plans on exploring how non-techies can hook up with the right developer to create the next hot startup, or at least get your idea up and running. 6:30 p.m. University City. INFO. [view more events]
Wednesday, June 16th – It turns out that reports of Build Guild’s demise were greatly exaggerated. The web industry discussion group is back under new management and will be meeting at Nodding Head. Talk web and, in case you didn’t get out for Philly Beer Week, try some of Nodding Head’s awesome in-house brews. While you’re there ask the Build Guild folks about their mustache fetish. 6:00 p.m. Center City. RSVP. [view more events]
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