July 8, 2014 · 7:00 PM
A collection of micro presentation we are calling lightning talks. The topic and content of each talk is driven by each presenters own interest and passion.
• Share a project you have been working on and find a collaborator.
• Teach someone something you have learned
• Learn from each and every talk
Our members and community that have interesting technologies they have begun mastering, a discipline or process they have been engaged in, research data results etc...bottom line you'll see members of the community sharing things they are passionate about.
How to participate and present:
All you need is a title or brief description about what you want to present and let us know what kind of AV hookups/adapters you need so we are sure to have something on hand.
If you are interested in being a presenter and would like to commit to a lightning talk please do so by contacting Matt McCabe directly.
If you'd like to just show up and present we encourage that as well but those presenters will follow the group of presenters that express interest in advance.
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