A ton of cool things coming up!!

Well the Seattle Lunch 2.0 Docket is FULL through the end of the year!! How crazy is that? We are getting bigger and bigger turnouts, more and more hosts, and the vibe here in Seattle is arguably on par with those bay area geeks!! Of course Lunch 2.0 is reaching a lot further these days, India, LA, DC, and of course Germany!! This list is growing and here in Seattle we are one of the absolute lucky few to have such a thriving tech community. The last few events I’ve seen people hooking up for projects, winning free software, vetting new & old ideas, and of course a few humble geeks carefully plotting their release (btw, I encourage releasing at a Lunch 2.0 event!!). Just to really drive home how cool the Seattle Lunches are, my friend Mark (who I met through Lunch 2.0), had a little too much caffeine and hooked up this swank Seattle Lunch 2.0 image!!

Mark Chrisman's Seattle Lunch 2.0 logo

The lunches aren’t the only thing to do in the area though! Despite Seattle Lunch 2.0 @ Widemile being posted and Seattle Lunch 2.0 @ special eastside guest almost posted. nPost has a cool set of evening geekery to attend to as well! Perhaps a little more focused on finding a real job at a startup (usually a few dozen startups attend ready to hire) or focused on hooking up the different local investment crowds (angels, VCs, entrepreneurs). The event on October 2nd (get a job) & the event on October 11th (get funding) are things to look out for. Of course my friends over at Meet at the Pig have the rest of the Seattle events listed (as does upcoming.org)…

Of course there is the occasional cool non-Seattle event that I like to plug. My friends over at Ferris Research have a few cool October webinars…

Mobile eMail Continuity Across the Enterprise

Understanding Mail Reputation Services

Content Classification Beauty Contest

Oh, and don’t forget EMC World 2007 podcasts!!


2 Responses to “A ton of cool things coming up!!”

  1. Lunch 2.0 » Lunch 2.0s around the country Says:

    […] Lunch 2.0 really has their stuff together, right down to a new logo. All we can manage in SV is sneaking watermelons into places. […]

  2. Rui J.M. Silva Blog » Blog Archive » Ferris Research Webinars Says:

    […] was reading Josh Maher’s Blog, when I noticed some free webinars from Ferris […]

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