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Event Highlights: August 8 – 14, 2011

Guys, we all want Philadelphia to become the next great technology city but there’s no need to fight the other contenders. This week be a lover, not a fighter, as we have enough technology events to make even Shane Victorino happy. This week: talk videos games but quickly, Android Alliance will see you now and […]

Guys, we all want Philadelphia to become the next great technology city but there’s no need to fight the other contenders.
This week be a lover, not a fighter, as we have enough technology events to make even Shane Victorino happy.
This week: talk videos games but quickly, Android Alliance will see you now and The Hacktory desires your brain power.

IGDA Philadelphia Meetup – Talking video games? Awesome. Talking video games in a series of fast-paced lightning talks? Amazing. Join the local IGDA chapter at Drexel for a series of six to ten Pecha Kucha talks about games and game development. Saturday. 5:00 p.m. University City. INFO.
Android Alliance Office Hours – Independents Hall continues its “office hours” experiment with local user groups. Up this week is the Android Alliance. Stop by and casually talk shop with local Andriod Developers in one of the nation’s premere coworking spaces. Tuesday. Old CityINFO.
Design Day – The Hacktory needs your help raising extra cash by selling merchandise. However, they don’t want you to buy anything (just yet) they’d like your bright idea for their next t-shirt. Enjoy free coffee and sanwhiches on Saturday  morning to brainstorm ideas for posters, shirts and anything else that can help keep the space alive. Saturday. 10 a.m. Fairmount. INFO.

Companies: Android Alliance / IGDA / The Hacktory
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