The 83rd ever New York Tech Meetup, hosted at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, hailed a new era of expansion for the hack-encouraging demo series. The Tech Meetup is searching for a managing director, something emcee Nate Westheimer said would greatly accelerate the Meetup’s role in helping the New York technology Read More
New York Tech Meetup had its first meetup of 2011 last night at its usual spot, the Skirball Center at New York University off W. 4th, and attendees seemed glad to be home after community board elections forced the December meetup to an away venue.
“Skirball!” hecklers shouted, when the audience was prompted for questions Read More
The results of the New York Tech Meetup Community Board election are in.
Protoblogger and entrepreneur Anil Dash, with 118 votes, and New York University computer science professor Evan Korth, with 97 votes, nabbed the two open seats on the board of the 15,000-strong organization.
Seventeen candidates campaigned for the positions (see them Read More
Last night’s New York Tech Meetup was small by the 15,000-member strong organization’s standards, and it wasn’t at the usual venue.
That’s because last night was not the usual New York Tech Meetup, a monthly event in which six people get five minutes each to demonstrate a cool project to New York’s tech community. Last Read More
New York Tech Meetup is looking so grown-up these days.
Beyond just selling out the Skirball Center every month, the organization is seeking official status as a non-profit and adopting a set of Governing Bylaws.
As part of this maturation, NYTM is creating a 13 member board, with four of the seats to Read More
Entrepreneurial protoblogger Anil Dash is running for the board of the New York Tech Meetup, the 15,097-member group that recently registered with the state of New York and is seeking not-for-profit status–and it sounds like if he’s elected, he’ll gun for San Francisco.
Dash is a cofounder of the consulting agency Activate and the founding Read More