We have events this week for hackers, entrepreneurs and video game enthusiasts. Also, Lean Startup Machine, the weekend-long startup workshop for entrepreneurs, is returning to Philadelphia June 20-22. Use code ‘TechnicallyLean’ for 20 percent off. Get tickets here.
This week: Meet investor Paul Martino, build projects for greater tech accessibility and play two-player video games.
Coffee & Capital: Paul Martino: Meet Doylestown-based investor Paul Martino, who cofounded Silicon Valley adtech firm Aggregate Knowledge, which sold for $150 million last fall. Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Quorum, 3711 Market Street, University City Science Center, Suite 800. University City. RSVP. Free.
#Hack4Access: National Day of Civic Hacking: At this hackathon, which Technical.ly Philly is co-organizing with the Philadelphia Link in celebration of the National Day of Civic Hacking, build tools focused on making technology more accessible for people with disabilities and seniors. We already have some ideas here, so come ready for our brainstorming (with beer) happy hour Friday night. Friday to Sunday, various times. First Round Capital, 4040 Locust Street, University City. RSVP. Free.
Split Screen Philly: Play two-player games in this celebration of the genre. Center City game studio PHL Collective will debut a new game at this event. Friday, 8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Locust Moon, 34 S. 40th St. University City. RSVP. Free.-30-
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