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Simulcast of July NYTM at General Assembly

Note: This listing is for the simulcast, not the live event.

Join a group of friends and fellow technologists to watch NY Tech Meetup live from General Assembly. Connect and enjoy a beer all while watching the demos at NYTM's monthly event!

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  • Jessica L.

    Hi! If you attended the last simulcast at GA, I'm working on getting you all refunds. There's no excuse for a rerun being played. Your experience should have been better than that.

    July 31, 2012

  • Marghretta M.

    The first forty (40!) minutes were not shown; we were treated to "reruns" of previous meetups. Sound quality ranged from total silence to barely audible until finally an attendee adjusted controls on a laptop. No explanation was given for the technical problems. I think a refund/credit should be given. Other than that, the presenters we did see all had great products - one of the best lineups in months!

    July 11, 2012

  • veeral s.

    the audio was unintelligible about a third of the time, the program playing was the wrong one for a quarter of the time, the video was blurry (couldn't see the text in the demos) all of the time, and the audio was too soft most of the time.

    July 11, 2012

  • Rob H.

    Not good - for 30 minutes they were actually broadcasting a recording of a previous meeting until someone realized this is not live. Also video and especially audio quality was pretty poor. Handful of people in the room seemed pretty bored. If it was more than $10 I would ask for money back

    July 11, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    There were a ton of stupid technical difficulties. First they were playing two copies of the stream at once without realizing it so we had to audio tracks overlapping. Then they were streaming an old stream for 30 minutes before anyone realized. It didn't feel like a good value for $10.

    July 11, 2012

  • Theofanis M.

    Hey, we're working on a new application and we are looking for a Senior LAMP developer. Find me!

    July 9, 2012

  • Ruti P.

    Server side developer with 3 years of experience? PHP/ other? We're an iOS gaming company looking for a great lead developer, email me your resume: rutipo at gmail

    June 28, 2012

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