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3D Printing for Software Engineers


New York Software Engineers (NYSE) is bringing engineering leaders from the additive manufacturing space to direct technical discussions on creating awesome software. The talks will focus on sharing actionable advice for engineers and are likely to be too technical for those who do not create in code.




Eric Neuman, CTO at Decision Desk


Lifelong futurist and problem solver, Eric Neuman is always thinking about the bigger picture.  While studying Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at Case Western he interned with NASA and started DecisionDesk, the company he now heads in Brooklyn specializing in applicant pre-screening by video.  As an eleven-year-old he witnessed an early 3D printer in action at Lawrence Livermore Labs and has been hooked ever since.

twitter:  @eric_neuman




Beekey Cheung, Software Engineer at Shapeways


Beekey is a software developer in NYC who loves designing systems that scale, have high performance, and are easy to build on top of.

His design philosophy is to keep things as simple and clean as possible. Its important to plan for refactoring. New technologies constantly arise, existing technologies evolve, and business needs change.

Beekey will share why Shapeways built their API, some applications for the API, and why they built ShapeJS.

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Brian Kehrer, Creative Technologist at Psyop & Winner of the 1st Annual Makerbot Hackathon


Brian Kehrer, is a game developer and technologist based in New York City.  He co-founded Muse Games in 2008, where he directed Guns of Icarus Online, a 32 player multiplayer airship combat game, which launched on Steam in 2012.  Brian currently is developing games, interactive comics, and interactive experiences at Psyop, New York's premiere design and animation studio.

Brian recently won the first annual MakerBot hackathon.  He has consulted with 3D printing software startups, and is developing his own 3D modeling applications for procedurally generating and printing content.

Here is a link to the Maker Hack:




Michael Latulippe, Founder of New York Software Engineers


Michael Latulippe Founded New York Software Engineers along with successful groups in San Francisco and Boston.  He is an engineer with experience in PHP, Python, Perl, and Java.  Michael chooses the topics and technologies for events to help progress them forward in the engineering community.


Sean Moskowitz, Director of Sales and Marketing at Turn to Tech


Sean has a background in both finance and marketing. Sean is the creative force behind TurnToTech, and manages the marketing and sales team. He also handles all venue applications.








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New York Software Engineers is Growing


Our group has grown by leaps and bounds this past year and we are proud to announce that New York Software Engineers (NYSE) is going to continue to grow and develop our ecosystem with job fairs, training events, and groundbreaking events.  We couldn't do it without our members and we want to thank you for being apart of this growing organization.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey everyone, I just posted my slides up on Speaker Deck here: . Follow me @eric_neuman to get alerted of my future talks (bonus: all my tweets are haikus). Thanks to everyone who came for being such a great and interactive audience!

    October 30, 2013

  • Gregory K.

    Very insightful and easy to understand for an ordinary computer u see, and 3d printing novice.

    October 24, 2013

  • Karan K.

    Won't be able to make it tomorrow.

    October 23, 2013

  • Howard_NYC

    Q: where to find glossary and/or background materials to read before demo's?

    August 19, 2013

  • Sean

    TurnToTech is really looking forward to hosting this event! See you all next Thursday

    1 · October 9, 2013

  • Michael L.

    Turn to Tech will be hosting this event right across from the Flatiron Building.

    October 9, 2013

  • Lantie F.

    Hi, women's fashion designer here looking for someone to help w/some 3d tops, boots or purses etc. doing a runway show nxt feb 2014 for fashion week.

    September 28, 2013

  • Ray M.

    Very excited!

    September 25, 2013

  • Anne M.

    Rats! I'll be out of town, I hope perhaps you all will have slides we can view??

    September 11, 2013

  • Karan K.

    Look forward to learn more about this new technology.

    August 14, 2013

  • Kevin G.

    Very much excited

    August 1, 2013

  • StevieDebe

    I am unable to make it but I will read the announcement on my radio show tonight. The Personal Computer Show WBAI NY 99.5 FM about 8:35 PM. Good Luck.

    May 22, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm looking forward to speaking on Thursday. See you all there!

    May 20, 2013

  • Ronnie P.

    I look forward to meeting other people interested in 3d printing and programming

    May 14, 2013

  • Jeff B.

    Interesting topic. I'd love to connect / collaborate with other developers on some 3-D printing applications.

    May 7, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I will be there

    May 6, 2013

  • Michael L.

    Comments here should only be posted by software engineers, job requirements should not be posted on NYSE comments.

    1 · April 24, 2013

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