JavaScript MN Monthly Meetup: Dan Lew - What Tech Can Do About Climate Change

JavaScript MN
JavaScript MN
Public group

Every 3rd Wednesday of the month until December 17, 2019


1330 Lagoon Ave · Minneapolis, MN

How to find us

Enter the Mozaic East building, take the elevator up to level 4, and check in at WeWork's front desk.

Location image of event venue


Ongoing agenda:

6:00 - Food and merriment

6:30 - Lightning Talks

7:00 - Main presentation - Dan Lew: What Tech Can Do About Climate Change

> Climate change is here and we need to do something about it. Perhaps you’ve heard of actions you can take to help, but as a person in the tech industry, you want to know how to best apply your unique skills and position to the problem. In this talk, I’ll go over specific steps that people and companies in tech can do to help the climate change cause.

"Dan Lew has been an Android developer for the past decade and is currently working at Trello. He had a few big successes on the JavaScript tag on StackOverflow in 2009 but has since forgotten everything he knows about JS. You can catch up with his work at or follow him on Twitter (@danlew42)."

7:45/8:00 - Free time to discuss, network, hack, etc.

8:30 - Disperse!

Location Notes:

This area is heavily served by public transit – take the 6, 17, or 21 to the Uptown Transit Center.

On-street parking, or use of the paid Mozaic parking ramp is recommended.

For the cyclists among us, there are bike racks facing the greenway as well.

Please reach out to the organizers ([masked]) if you would like to use the building's accessible entrance or parking, as we can make additional arrangements.

It's always a great event, hope to see you there!