Startup Weekend DC goes to Crystal City [Events Roundup]

Plus: Learn about the oddities of English grammar while visiting iStrategyLabs's new office space in Shaw.

Wherever the internet of things goes, government regulations will follow. Three federal government representatives will be discussing how they envision the future of IoT at a TandemNSI panel Tuesday. On Thursday, ask for some entrepreneurship advice and get a $30 dinner-plus-drink at RedRocks. And if you’re the type of person who would puzzle about the word “the,” head over to iStrategyLabs’s new offices at the old Wonder Bread Factory for a talk on how “written English got so weird.”


Internet-of-Things Panel
Three federal government representatives will discuss the future of IoT.
Tuesday, March 24
6-8 p.m.
Arlington Economic Development, 1100 N. Glebe Rd., Suite 1500, Arlington, Va.
RSVP. Free.

TechBUZZ Spring 2015
Twenty early-stage mid-Atlantic region startups, including D.C.-based EquityEats, will present in front of investors, VCs and CEOs.
Wednesday, March 25
1-7 p.m.
The Sphinx Club, 1315 K Street NW
RSVP. $70-$215.

Lesbians Who Tech (and friends) DC // Entrepreneurship Roundtable
Get some entrepreneurship tips and grab dinner and a drink while you’re at it.
Thursday, March 26
7-9 p.m.
RedRocks, 1348 H Street NE
RSVP. $30.

Formal vs. Informal Language: How Written English Got So Weird
Learn about effective writing, the oddities of English grammar, while checking out iStrategyLabs’s new offices by the WeWork Wonder Bread factory.
Thursday, March 26
7:00-8:30 p.m.
iStrategyLabs, 641 S Street NW, Floor 1
RSVP. Free.

StartUp Weekend Makers DC 2015
Startup Weekend DC
is partnering with the TechShop DC and Crystal City Business Improvement District to launch a 54-hour collaborative workshop for bringing ideas into fruition.
Friday, March 27-Sunday, March 29
6:00 p.m. on Friday to 9:00 p.m. on Sunday
TechShop, 2110-B Crystal Dr., Arlington, Va.
RSVP. $99 to participate; $25 to attend the demo day.

Companies: Lesbians Who Tech / EquityEats / Startup Weekend DC / WeWork / iStrategyLabs / TechShop

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