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Dearest readers, it’s March! That means Philly Tech Week is just over a month away. Get excited for what’s to come by attending some of our event picks. This week: Three startup demos, a primer on how to successfully crowdfund and going on a first date with C++11. March Philly Tech Meetup: It’s the monthly demo […]

Photo by Jason Sherman for Philly Tech Meetup
Photo by Jason Sherman for Philly Tech Meetup

At last month’s Philly Tech Meetup. Photo by Jason Sherman.

Dearest readers, it’s March! That means Philly Tech Week is just over a month away. Get excited for what’s to come by attending some of our event picks.

This week: Three startup demos, a primer on how to successfully crowdfund and going on a first date with C++11.

March Philly Tech Meetup: It’s the monthly demo event, this time featuring startups Zonoff, IndieGameStand and Glacier Peak. Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Quorum at the University City Science Center, 3711 Market St, 8th floor. RSVP. Free.

Kickstarter, Crowdfunding and Connectify: Learn how Connectify CEO Alex Gizis funded his multiple internet connection software through KickstarterThursday, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Venturef0rth, 417 N. 8th St. Callowhill. RSVP. Free.

Philly PUG and C++ Meetup: Local developers Tom Panzarella and David Richardson will give talks entitled “A first date with C++11” and “A guided tour to developing pythonic programs,” respectively. Friday, 6:00 p.m. – Saturday, 8:00 p.m. NextFab, 2020 Washington Ave., Southwest Center City. RSVP. Free.

Companies: Connectify

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