Cambridge, MAUSA 02138
October 22, 2010
No introduction yet
My name is Tim Sullivan, account executive at Onward Search in Boston
I know you have alot of events coming up and wanted to see if you needed space to host your meetups. Here at Onward Search, we specialize in the front end UI design/development space, and we would appreciate the chance to get involved in your group.
We have hosted numerous UPA events and are sponsors of MITIX. If you are interested, feel free to drop me a line at [masked].
Hi Pascal, I am trying to get a website of the ground and am trying to meet the right web guy who can help me and my business partner develop a website similar to TED.com and Kickstarter. Would you have any interest in such a project or would someone you know be interested? If so I would like to meet up and discuss.
My name is Adam York, and I'm part of the Recruiting team at Thomson Reuters. In the spirit of networking, I was hoping to connect with you (and possibly some members of your group) in regards to an opportunity we have for Web & Streaming Developer in Boston with our Multimedia Services group. If this sounds like something we could help each other out with, please feel free to give me a call at [masked], or email me at [masked]. Thanks!
- Adam York
Thanks so much for putting this Meet up together. It was great to hear your presentation and from a graphic designer with limited coding experience very reassuring of what I do know and what i need to learn. The material was broken down and explained in a way that helped a non developer understand. Looking forward to learning more from this great group. cheers!
I was considering writing a short piece about GameZ. GameZ is not a real game, it is a concept of the ideal game. The article would lay out a framework for the ideal computer game.
I could also do this as a group presentation at one of our meetings if you wish. It would have a lot of audience input and I think be informative as well as a lot of fun.
Enjoyed the last meeting, great group of friendly, helpful folks. Thanks for putting this together.
Cool sounds great. Happy that someone finally made an HTML5 meetup for Boston :D