• Boston’s Largest MBA Event: September 17th

    Back Bay Events Center

    Looking to take the next step in your career? Want to start your own business or change your career path? If any of these apply to you, it’s time to consider an MBA! Researching schools and starting the MBA application process can seem intimidating, but we are here to help! The Largest MBA Fair and Expo is coming to Boston this September. At this event, you’ll get the opportunity to meet face-to-face with top business schools, be eligible to apply for a pool of scholarships worth $7M, get information on the MBA admissions process, and much more! At this event we will also offer free resume review clinic, and an opportunity for you to take free head-shots that can be used for LinkedIn. Members of this group have FREE entry to the event (a saving of $15). Register Now for Free https://bit.ly/2LCLWMV

  • Boston’s Biggest MBA Fair: January 18th

    Back Bay Events Center

    QS World MBA Tour is proud to sponsor HTML5 Boston and invite the members to register for the QS World MBA Tour: Stepping out of your comfort zone! You can decide to study for your MBA to advance your career, broaden your skillset or explore other avenues beyond your professional field. But most importantly an MBA can give you the opportunity to participate in brand new experiences, meet new people and learn about new subject matters. It’s important to continue learning and explore unfamiliar territory and your MBA can help you to step out of your comfort zone. The QS World MBA Tour will be in Boston on Thursday, January 18th and you can meet face-to-face with admissions directors from a range of top business schools. This event is a one-stop shop for all of your MBA needs – it will provide you with a platform where you can network with admissions directors, get advice from experts and discover the best MBA option for you. What’s best is that for members of this Meetup group, you can gain exclusive free entry to the event (a saving of $15). Register now for free entry. Attendees of our events are also eligible to apply for a pool of scholarships, worth $7 million. Register for Free for the World MBA Tour Boston: http://bit.ly/2ALrXSv Get the most out of the event: • Meet admissions directors from top local and international business schools • Meet with top tier MBA alumni from Wharton & Tuck hosted by Admit Advantage • Get one-to-one expert advice on your MBA essays, applications and interviews Participating Business Schools include: *Wharton, *Tuck, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern, Suffolk, Bentley, Fordham and many more!

  • Full-Time MBA or a Specialized Master’s? Meet us in Boston on Mon Sept 11

    Earning a business master’s degree — whether an MBA or specialized Master’s — could elevate your professional career and earning potential over the next several decades. But it won't be easy. Rigorous classes, demanding professors, and late nights of homework will require dedication, diligence, and endurance. To explore your MBA or specialized Master’s options, attend the QS World MBA Tour and QS Connect Masters events in Boston on Monday, September 11th. You can meet face-to-face with admissions directors from a range of top graduate schools. These events are a one-stop shop for all of your MBA or Master’s needs – it will provide you with a platform where you can network with admissions directors, get advice from experts and discover the best graduate option for you. What’s best is that for members of this Meetup group, you can gain exclusive free entry to the event (a saving of $15). Register now for free entry. Attendees of our events are also eligible to apply for a pool of scholarships, worth $7 million. Of that, there are $1.3 million worth of scholarships which are exclusive to QS. In addition, a $2000 tuition scholarship is exclusively available to the Connect Masters event attendees. Register for Free for the World MBA Tour Boston: http://bit.ly/2vArGQu Get the most out of the event: • Meet admissions directors from top local and international business schools • Attend a free GMAT seminar hosted by GMAC - the creators of the exam • Meet with top tier MBA alumni from Wharton, Harvard and MIT hosted by Admit Advantage • Get one-to-one expert advice on your MBA essays, applications and interviews Business schools attending include: *Harvard, * Wharton, *MIT, London Business School, Boston University – Questrom, Boston College – Carroll, Babson College, F.W. Olin, Vanderbilt University – Owen and many more. QS Connect Masters Boston event – Monday, September 11th, Back Bay Events Center, 4:00pm-6:00pm If you are interested in studying a specialized Master’s in Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, Marketing and Economics register now for the QS Connect Masters Boston event and the QS Connect Masters team will be in touch with you directly to organize one-to-one meetings with the top universities or business schools of your choice. Participating Institutions include: Boston University – Questrom, Babson College - F.W. Olin, Bentley University, Fordham Gabelli, University of Maryland – Smith, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Foisie and many more Register for free for the QS Connect Masters event: http://bit.ly/2wl43MY

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  • Intro to Cinematic 360 Video & Virtual Reality Workshop

    Metro Meeting Centers Boston

    FREE TICKET REQUIRED - REGISTER HERE: https://360vr-boston-2017.eventbrite.com/?aff=muade This event fills up quickly, register early! 360 video and virtual reality are two of the hottest topics in entertainment right now, and what better way to get an overview of them than a free, 3-hour, hands-on AT&T workshop. Whether you are involved in filmmaking or video content creation, are a developer that wants to know about VR, or are just curious to know more about immersive 360-degree worlds, then this intro is for you! These workshops are designed to be hands-on, with the instructor showing you the steps needed to take a 360 image and transform it so that you can view it with a VR headset. Then we will give you time to do this yourself by following the step-by-step instructions in the lab book we give you while experts walk around to help anyone that is having problems. We’ll also give you a cardboard VR viewer so you can look at your results, then it’s yours to keep. The workshop will explain the types of 360 experiences, whether virtual or not, and how they differ from regular video. We will then give you an overview of the equipment and techniques needed to capture 360 video. The hands-on labs will cover 1) adding interactive elements to a 360 image, 2) distribution of a 360 video, and 3) using the Unity platform to create a simple interactive VR application with drag-and-drop elements. When you walk out of the workshop you will understand the elements and the workflow needed to create a virtual world yourself. Put on by AT&T and NextGen Interactions, the 3-hour, hands-on Intro to 360 Video and Virtual Reality workshop is free, but attendance is limited so register here soon. We will provide snacks. You will need to bring either a Windows or Mac laptop in order to do the labs. We are holding two identical sessions, so choose the one that works best for you. Since we expect to fill all of the workshops we ask that you only register for one session. REGISTRATION ON EVENTBRITE IS REQUIRED: https://360vr-boston-2017.eventbrite.com/?aff=muade (https://360vr-boston-2017.eventbrite.com/?aff=mudevlab) Afternoon session Registration: 12 – 1 Workshop: 1 – 4 Photos from last year's AT&T Boston Workshops

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  • AT&T Free WebRTC Coding Workshops, May 18, Boston: w Bos New Tech & Girl Dvlp It

    YOU MUST REGISTER HERE ON EVENTBRITE TO ATTEND: http://devlab-boston-2016.eventbrite.com/?aff=muhtml (**Be sure to register today since there will be limited seating..) See why over 3,000 developers across the country have attended AT&T DevLabs! Have you heard about WebRTC? Do you want to try it out? Now’s your chance! Join the AT&T Developer Program as we bring the highly successful, free AT&T WebRTC Coding Workshops to Boston. WebRTC is an API drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that, in addition to supporting calling and conferencing apps, allows voice, video communications, and P2P file sharing to easily be added to any web app. Analysts agree that it is one of the most disruptive telecommunications technologies to hit the street in years. These are not marketing pitches, but rather 3-hour, hands-on coding workshops taught by AT&T's lead architect for WebRTC. He will walk you through various coding examples, then AT&T experts will provide help as you go through the lab exercises yourself. An extra perk? Attendees will be entered in a drawing for an Acer Chromebook! There are afternoon and evening sessions – same content – so choose the one that is most convenient for you. Then bring your Windows or Mac laptop and join us for an afternoon or evening of learning, coding, socializing, and eating! What people are saying about the AT&T DevLabs: "I walked out of there feeling like an API rockstar." Schedule (both sessions have the same content): Afternoon session: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Registration & lunch 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. AT&T WebRTC Coding Workshop Evening Session: 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Registration & dinner 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. AT&T WebRTC Coding Workshop This is a joint event being organized by the AT&T Developer Programs, along with media partners Boston New Technology, and Girl Develop It... Registration: http://devlab-boston-2016.eventbrite.com/?aff=muhtml Where: Metro Meeting Centers, 101 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110 Additional Info: The event is free and we will be serving lunch or dinner. Stay up-to-date on future AT&T events by joining the AT&T Boston Coding Workshops & Hackathons meetup. Venue DevLab is being held at the Metro Meeting Centers-Boston, located in the heart of downtown Boston's financial district and is easily accessible via public transportation (MBTA Red, Green, Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines; Amtrak Trains; Bus Lines) or by auto. Pictures from last year's Boston DevLabs *** All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct (http://www.girldevelopit.com/codeofconduct). Technical Details for Lab Exercises (please set up Node.js and Chrome ahead of time - links are listed below) Note that only Mac OS and Windows are supported during the DevLab. Technology: Node.js (http://nodejs.org/) (v0.10.x or later. Install it as Admin) Development Machine: Windows 7 or later (Preferred Windows 8.1) OR Mac OS X (Lion or later) Development Environment: A text editor Browser: Chrome v41 (https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/index.html) or later Connectivity: A user’s browser should be able to: * Send/receive HTTPS traffic to/from https://api.att.com (https://api.att.com/) * Send/receive UDP media traffic. (Test your Browser and Network readiness here: https://test.webrtc.org (https://test.webrtc.org/))

  • WebRTC Boston #3 - voice/video comms, low latency streaming, & p2p data

    This is a collaborative event in partnership with WebRTC Boston, and GDG Boston. WE NEED FULL NAMES FOR ENTERING GOOGLE CAMBRIDGE, PLEASE PROVIDE FULL NAMES UPON SIGN UP FOR THE EVENT. THANKS!! WebRTC is a rapidly developing standard, open source platform, and developer movement bringing real time communications to the web, mobile apps, and connected devices with just a few web API’s. We are excited to host a new set of top-notch speakers again at Google Cambridge on March 1st. This time we will continue to explore WebRTC uses and provide practical examples and technical details for using WebRTC for communications, streaming, and for working with low-latency peer-to-peer data. AGENDA • WebRTC for Billions - Chad Hart of webrtcHacks (http://webrtchacks.com/)will provide a quick update on WebRTC’s continued progress and lingering roadblocks • Putting WebRTC in Things – Arin Sime of webrtc.ventures (http://webrtc.ventures/) will review how WebRTC can be used in Internet of Things applications such as remote sensors, tele-health, and integration of Google Glass • Is WebRTC right for Streaming? - Chris Wendt of Comcast (http://my.xfinity.com/) will compare and contrast different streaming protocols and architectures including RTMP, HLS, DASH, and now WebRTC • Real Time with VP9 – Vince Puglia of Dialogic (http://www.dialogic.com/) will talk about the new open source VP9 video codec and its benefits and disadvantages for WebRTC • Using the WebRTC DataChannel – WebRTC veteran Robert Welbourn show how you can use WebRTC’s Data Channel API to provide co-browsing SPONSORS • YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/) • Google (https://webrtc.org/) • McGraw Hill Education (http://www.mheducation.com/) CO-HOSTS • WebRTC Boston (http://www.meetup.com/WebRTC-Boston) • Google Developers Group - Boston (http://www.meetup.com/gdg-boston/) • HTML5 Boston (http://www.meetup.com/html5boston) • Mobile Tea (http://www.meetup.com/mobiletea/) • New England Software Engineers (NESE) (http://www.meetup.com/new-england-engineers/) • Angular JS Boston (http://www.meetup.com/AngularJS-Boston)

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  • Let's meetup!! Open hack at Cafe Nero in JP..

    Hey folks, I will be at Cafe Nero (http://www.yelp.com/biz/caff%C3%A8-nero-boston-9) tomorrow for anyone that wants to drop by. I understand it is short notice, yet we will have others. I would like to catch up with folks, and hear what events you would be interested in seeing for the new year. Bring your laptops, and let's do some coding. Nero in JP, is pretty accessible via public transit. Off the Orange line, you are going to want to get off the Green Train stop. Head up Green Street until you hit the post office, hang a left, and Nero will be about two blocks down on your right. If you are driving there is a parking lot in the back of the building, and street parking.

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  • (Date Rescheduled) Free Workshop: From API to App with Node.js and Ionic

    REGISTER USING THE EVENTBRITE LINK BELOW! Learn to build APIs using Node.js and then build a hybrid mobile app using the Ionic framework (HTML/CSS/AngularJS/Apache Cordova) that consumes the APIs in this all-day, hands-on developer workshop, sponsored by Apigee. Whether you're a seasoned developer or not, this workshop will cover everything you need to know to start building APIs and hybrid mobile apps -- including a crash course in Node.js, and a crash course in AngularJS for those that need to get up to speed. And even though the workshop is focused on developing a hybrid app, everything learned in the workshop regarding API consumption can be applied to native (Obj-C, Java, C#), .Net, Ruby or traditional web development as well. This is NOT a sales or marketing workshop - in fact, everything we use is free and open source! The goal of the workshop is to give back to the community by providing attendees with a basis of knowledge to get started with API-driven app development, regardless of skill level. It all kicks off at 9am and runs until 5pm. Lunch and beers/wine (afterwards) are provided by Apigee. You can find all the details and register at: https://api-to-app-boston.eventbrite.com

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  • WebRTC Meetup#2- real time communications and p2p for the web, mobile, and IoT

    WebRTC is a rapidly developing standard, open source platform, and developer movement bringing real time communications to the web and mobile apps with just a few web API’s. This is a follow-up to our first event last December where we introduced WebRTC, its use cases, and getting started with development. This time we will dig a bit deeper with tips and tricks for developing with WebRTC in a variety of environments from local Boston speakers. Our agenda includes: What’s new with WebRTC - Chad Hart of webrtcHacks (http://webrtchacks.com/) will provide an update on the amazing progress WebRTC has made in the past several months WebRTC from a Flash perspective – Chris Allen of Infrared5 (http://www.infrared5.com/) will talk about how working with WebRTC compares with Flash Building WebRTC Reliably – Jim Donovan of Oracle (http://www.oracle.com/us/products/applications/communications/web-rtc-session-controller/overview/index.html) will talk about how to build WebRTC reliably at scale WebRTC DataChannels and QUIC - Ian Swett of Google (http://www.google.com/about/locations/boston/) will talk about the speedy new QUIC protocol and how it will help WebRTC DataChannels WebRTC for Embedded Systems – Chris Ciotti of GE InspectionWorks (https://inspectionworks.com/#/) will discuss the exciting work he is doing to embed real time communications into inspection systems WebRTC on Wearables – Giorgio Natili of McGraw Hill Education (http://www.mheducation.com/) will do a walkthrough of how to load WebRTC on Android Wear Sponsored by Google (https://webrtc.org), McGraw Hill Education (http://www.mheducation.com/), and Oracle (http://www.oracle.com/us/products/applications/communications/web-rtc-session-controller/overview/index.html). Co-hosted with WebRTC Boston (http://www.meetup.com/WebRTC-Boston/), Google Developers Group - Boston (http://www.meetup.com/gdg-boston/), HTML5 Boston (http://www.meetup.com/html5boston), Mobile Tea (http://www.meetup.com/mobiletea/), and New England Software Engineers (NESE) (http://www.meetup.com/new-england-engineers/).

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  • WebRTC – interactive real time voice, video, & peer-to-peer data with the web

    Please sign up on GDG Boston's meetup http://www.meetup.com/gdg-boston/events/218865191/ WebRTC is a a rapidly adopting standard for building realtime interactive real time voice, video, & peer-to-peer data one web transport using API’s. Learn about this technology and best practices for adding voice & video telephony along with low-latency peer-to-peer data to your app from seasoned real-world implementers. Almost a year ago we had Glen Scwartz RTC Engineer lead us through lab evening talk and a deep dive into a code labs on Saturday at Bocoup labs. Ray Ozzi's new talkko is developing WebRTC, so is American Express delivering it's concierge service to its most exclusive clients using the black card, Our agenda includes: • Getting Started with WebRTC - Chad Hart of webrtcHacks (http://webrtchacks.com/) andDialogic (http://www.dialogic.com/en/landing/webrtc.aspx) will provide a brief guide on getting started with WebRTC • WebRTC at American Express – Kris Hopkins of CaféX (http://www.cafex.com/) will provide highlights of what it takes to deploy WebRTC in high-value customer service applications • Google & WebRTC – a Googler will call in via a WebRTC-powered Hangout to walk us through the latest in Google’s WebRTC projects • WebRTC in Mobile – Richard Speyer of Talko (http://www.talko.com/), Ray Ozzie’s latest project, will talk through some of the mobile implementation challenges of WebRTC and his recent launch • WebRTC in the Contact Center – Tobias Goebel of Aspect (http://www.aspect.com/uk/company/news/press-releases/aspect-software-announces-early-adopter-webrtc-program-for-enabling-live-audiovideo-capabilities-in-customer-service-mobile-apps-and-websites/) will talk about contact center implantation considerations Doors open at 6:00 PM. Talks will start at about 6:30 PM. Sponsored by Google. Co-hosted with WebRTC-Boston (http://www.meetup.com/WebRTC-Boston/). Sponsored by Google. Co-hosted by GDG Boston, WebRTC Boston, HTML5 Boston, FrontEnd Developers Boston.

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