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NextFab’s Grand Opening Party // Philly GiveCamp // Philly Startup Hackers’ hackathon meetup [EVENTS]

Good morning, readers. We’re barely into January but the events are rolling in. Don’t forget to check out our 2013 hackathon schedule and our events calendar if you’re planning an event. This week: NextFab‘s grand opening party, a hackathon to help nonprofits and the first Philly Startup Hackers meetup. Bigger & Better: NextFab Grand Opening […]

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Good morning, readers. We’re barely into January but the events are rolling in. Don’t forget to check out our 2013 hackathon schedule and our events calendar if you’re planning an event.

This week: NextFab‘s grand opening party, a hackathon to help nonprofits and the first Philly Startup Hackers meetup.

Bigger & Better: NextFab Grand Opening Party: Celebrate NextFab’s new location at its grand opening party. There will be demonstrations of NextFab’s new equipment, including: the “5-axis waterjet cutter, Super High-Definition 3D printer, and all sorts of CNC/ automated machining centers and much more,” according to NextFab. Thursday, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. NextFab, 2025 Washington Ave. RSVP. $15. Use code “technicallyphillySP2012NFS” for $5 off.

Philly GiveCamp: Volunteer your time at this hackathon for nonprofits that need tech help of all kinds — from website design to mobile apps to social media. Read more about GiveCamp hereFriday, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Microsoft Office,  Great Valley Corporate Center, 45 Liberty Blvd., Suite 210, Malvern. RSVP. Free.

Philly Startup Hackers Hackathon Meetup: Hang with local hackers at the first hackathon of the yea for this newish group. There’s no set agenda: work on what you want and learn about fellow hackers’ projects. Thursday, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Venturef0rth, 417 N. 8th St. RSVPFree.

Companies: NextFab

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