Women Wednesdays is an initiative to foster a diverse and inclusive entrepreneurial culture ripe with women who enrich the community with their talents and vision, as well as benefit from the collaborative, instructional environment. The program provides free coworking at INIE the first Wednesay of each month, with all remaining Wednesdays held at Domi Station from 10AM-3PM, including an occasional Lean In Lunch & Learn speakers series and ongoing events. All are welcome each Wednesday, ladies and gents, alike. Just bring your laptop or project(s) to work alone or surrounded by others eager to see you succeed. Find more information at www.womenwednesdays.co, or contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With so many majors teaching software development, it can be hard to tell just what your new hires know! Join ACM and Technole for a workshop on the different skills covered across campus, and where to look for your next developer!
Join us for our first Deep Learning meetup in Tallahassee! Our goal is to create a hub for those interested in networking and learning more about this burgeoning field. If you're a professional, academic, industry leader or an enthusiast, we cordially request your attendance.
The format will be a quick show and tell. We hope to learn about the work of others in our community. Please bring any thing you'd like to share regarding your work with Deep Learning.
After hearing from others we will break out into conversation while enjoying FREE PIZZA supplied by the FSU - Department of Scientific Computing
Come on over to Domi Station for Happy Hour! This event is open to all members and community supporters, so start your weekend right with us. We'll have brews on tap thanks to TriEagle Sales!
Join entrepreneurship guru Tim Rowe as we explore best practices and next steps for establishing our community as an entrepreneurial powerhouse!
Tim Rowe is the founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center, the world’s largest center for start-ups housing over 1,400 companies across five cities and two continents. Approximately $7.2 billion of venture capital is headquartered in CIC’s original Cambridge, MA location alone—on par with many countries. Tim has served as a lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, a manager with the Boston Consulting Group and an analyst with the Mitsubishi Research Institute.
***This event is being hosted at the TCC Center for Innovation, located at 600 W Pensacola St.***