PhillyEcoCamp;; Philly New Tech Meetup [Events Roundup]

Environmental sensors, financial literacy for women and new tech companies. It's this week's roundup of technology-related events.

At this weekend’s PhillyEcoCamp, learn how to build your own low-cost environmental sensor from the hackathon team that made environmental sensor greenSTEMnetwork.

Also: Philly New Tech Meetup is back for a second round and Amanda Steinberg speaks.


Thought Leaders: Amanda Steinberg of
Meet Amanda Steinberg, founder of DailyWorth, a New York City-based financial literacy website for women. Steinberg lives in Mt. Airy.
Thursday, 6-8 p.m., City CoHo, 2401 Walnut St.
Center City.
 RSVP. $20.

Azavea is hosting this event, which offers a hackathon, an unconference and workshops, all focused on how to improve the environment through technology.
Friday to Sunday, various times, Friends Center, 1501 Cherry St.
Center City. 
RSVP. $15-$25.

Philly New Tech Meetup
In this month’s meetup: hear from Andrea Michalek, who sold her company PlumX to EBSCO, as well as companies Spor, Rescufy and SETVI.
Wednesday, 6:15 p.m. Quorum at the Science Center, 3711 Market St., Floor 8.
University City.
 RSVP. Free.

Companies: Azavea

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