• Circuit Launch Open Tour

    Circuit Launch

    32,000 sq ft of cowork space for electronics, hardware and robotics companies, with all the tools you need PLUS robots everywhere. Even making coffee. And a monthly membership gives you 24/7 access AND classes! Whether you're looking for a p/t desk or a full suite of offices, there's something for you at Circuit Launch! If you can't make the monthly open tour, then contact Dan O'Mara [[masked]] or Leah Lucas [[masked]]

  • Scaling your Infrastructure (by Twitch) and Using AI for Testing (by TestRigor)

    *** Important: You must purchase your ticket for this event here: http://bit.ly/2Mk0UoO *** ** Details ** Speakers this month are: Jyotindra Vasudeo - Head of Video Distribution at Twitch Scaling your infrastructure without breaking the bank Jyotindra will talk about how Twitch scales their infrastructure to support the fast-growing consumption of larger and larger video files, all while maintaining a relatively small and scrappy team. Bio: Jyotindra manage 4 teams with a total of 20 people. He is responsible for all aspects of Video delivery and distribution at Twitch including content delivery at edge, content caching, viewer mapping, network monitoring, dynamic content-stitching, viewcounting and abuse detection. Jyotindra is a very hands on technical leader with years of experience behind him. He is also very focused on developing, mentoring and promoting senior engineers and managers within his teams. His main responsibility is to manage the day to day for these 4 teams. Under his leadership he has grown these teams and has concentrated on operational excellence. His teams have enabled Twitch to grow in terms of viewers and have supported their year to year targets. They have successfully increased capacity and efficiency of our infrastructure while continuing to drive down our on-call burden. Collectively they manage one of the largest pieces of infrastructure at Twitch. Artem Goluben - CEO of TestRigor The State of AI for Software Testing Topics include: - What is AI? - How AI is different from Machine Learning? - What are the current limitations of existing AI approaches, and why it is far from what humans can do? - What are different types of applications of AI/ML for testing? - All known kinds of ways how AI can help to improve the state of testing and help to migrate to true CD. - 2 distinct detailed examples of AI application for testing. - Q&A Bio: Artem has been building software for the last 25 year, worked for companies like Microsoft and Salesforce. Recently he is focusing on building new generation AI testing tool. ** Food ** Food and drinks will be provided ** Mailing list ** If you can't make this event but want to be notified about future events, please join our mailing list: http://bit.ly/skipcard-email-signup Purchase your ticket here: http://bit.ly/2Mk0UoO

  • Three days of hands-on hacking, containerizing Linux Workloads with Kubernetes

    Microsoft Reactor (between Montgomery St BART & Powell St BART)

    Who this is for ===================== Engineers who realize there is a shortage of container experts Engineers who have an interest in high-scale, distributed computing Engineers who want to run containers in a public cloud Engineers who want to run containers in a Kubernetes cluster • Docker Meetups – More than 280 cities hold Docker meetups with 170,000 members worldwide. • Kubernetes Growth has reached escape velocity - As of November 2017 there were almost 400,000 comments on the Kubernetes repository on Github, easily making it the most discussed repository by a huge margin. • The massive open source support for Kubernetes on Github – 61,000 commits, 1,559 contributors, and 1,000 pull requests is the leading reason more professionals list Kubernetes in their LinkedIn profile than any other comparable offering. Register Here ======================== https://www.microsoftevents.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x3875203abcd OpenHack brings together groups of diverse developers to learn how to implement a given scenario on Azure through three days of immersive, structured, hands-on, challenge-based hacking. This scenario is focused on implementing container solutions and move them to cloud. What you get ===================== Learn how to containerize Linux and Windows based workloads and move them to the cloud. During OpenHack you will: Choose your desired tooling and technology based on Kubernetes or Azure Service Fabric. Hack on challenges structured to leave you with skills and expertise needed to deploy containers and clusters in the work place. Network with fellow community members and other professional developers from startups to large enterprises, as well Microsoft developers. Get answers to your technology and workplace project questions from Microsoft and community experts. What you need ===================== To be successful and maximize value from the event, participants should have a basic understanding of the following concepts and technologies. You are not required to be an expert or authority, but have a familiarity with each will be advantageous: Docker containers Cloud hosted services REST Services DevOps IP Networking & Routing Register Here ======================== https://www.microsoftevents.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x3875203abcd

  • Attend #DevNetCreate! = FREE PASS

    Computer History Museum

    • What we'll do #DevNetCreate! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/devnet-create-2018-registration-40949873173 Use this special code to register for FREE: SFMEETUP2018 Let them know that you were referred by Daniel Parrillo • What to bring • Important to know

  • Get Launched with Microchip

    Circuit Launch

    Free Hardware, Free Help and FUN with Microchip @ Circuit Launch –Join us! Help Microchip Clean out its electronics closet with FREE HARDWARE! – ARM powered, professional development boards, given to all attendees on a first come, first served basis. Woo-hoo! Make it Taco Thursday with free gourmet Tacos and libations powered by DigiKey Electronics. Batteries not included, but the sour cream is. Win a free Drone or $500 Digikey Gift card/ Credit. On site raffle prizes given at start of networking hour. BYOH – Flash Demo to Industry Experts. Show off your project and product to industry experts and potential investors & collaborators. Open booths to first who arrive. Have personal exchanges with our open mic panel where you can connect with industry leaders and makers of cool stuff. Free Hardware, Free Help and FUN with Microchip @ Circuit Launch –Join us!Learn the tips and tricks of IoT Design – Microchip ‘Get Launched’ on March 22nd in Oakland, CA Register today to get a 50% off Coupon off Microchip.com products : https://events.microchip.com/ehome/302583

  • Holiday Hardware Mega Meetup Mingle

    SVR Cowork Space @ Circuit Launch

    Hardware, robots, AI, AR, VR, sensors, wearables, autonomous vehicles, drones etc. All the meetups are coming together for one big mega meetup!

  • Hands-On UX Strategy & Prototyping Workshop by Jaime Levy (with JustInMind)

    UX strategy is a process that should be started before the design or development of a digital product commences. It is a practice that when done empirically is a better guarantee of a successful digital product than just crossing your fingers, designing some wireframes, and then writing a bunch of code. It's the method by which you validate that your solution actually solves a problem for real customers in a dynamic marketplace. Take this workshop to experience a deep dive into the subject matter with both lectures and hands-on exercises. Who should attend UX/UI practitioners of any level, product teams and managers, business executives, and startup founders that want to learn how to be more strategically sound in their process. What you will learn: Why the empirical practice of user experience strategy is crucial for devising successful online products How to validate a value proposition and a provisonal persona How to identify direct and indirect digital competitors of your value proposition How to use storyboarding for creating a narrative that focuses on a products’ value innovation and business model How to create a basic rapid prototype using Justinmind Having a laptop is highly recommended, but not required. You can work in teams of two on the exercises that require a laptop. Laptops will not be provided. What’s Included in the Day: Full day of interactive, hands-on learning Lunch and snacks A copy of Jaime’s book “UX Strategy: How to Devise Innovative Digital Products that People Want” DATE AND TIME Thu, November 16,[masked]:00 AM – 5:30 PM PST LOCATION: Intersection for the Arts 901 Mission St.3rd Floor San Francisco, California 94103 Cost: $379.00 Use Discount Code "CardinalHire" RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hands-on-ux-strategy-prototyping-workshop-by-jaime-levy-tickets-38662660057

  • BoxWorks

    Moscone Center West

    Register: https://www.boxworksevents.com/boxworksregistrationpage (https://www.boxworksevents.com/boxworksregistrationpage) Discount Code: 17WorksNJNI299 Will drop the ticket price down 80% to $299. BoxWorks will be from October 10th - 12th at Moscone Center West in San Francisco. Here's some information that you can share with the group about the highlights of the event: - 20+ developer breakout sessions. - Keynote speakers like Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Kevin Scott, Valerie Jarrett, and more. - Free developer training for BoxWorks registrants. - Dev challenges to win amazing prizes. - Developer happy hour featuring some visionary speakers. - An awesome BoxWorks after party. Previous bands we've had play were Beck, Jimmy Eat World, and Blink 182 (if you notice the trend).

  • Explore 'The Machine' at Hewlett Packard Labs

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    PLEASE RSVP BY 5PM AUGUST 1 - FOR GATE SECURITY LIST AT: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/explore-the-machine-at-hewlett-packard-labs-tickets-36452999904 Join us for one of the first public demonstrations of Hewlett Packard's ground breaking new computing technology. Venture Beat (https://www.geekwire.com/2017/hewlett-packard-enterprise-machine-mars/) calls it a "..monster made for Mars". Business Insider (http://www.businessinsider.com/hpe-the-machine-prototype-computer-big-data-2017-5) calls it "..unlike any other in the world". Talk Title: Programming models and tools for Memory-Driven Computing Abstract: New technologies in persistent memory and fabric-attached memory present opportunities for software. We will explore programming frameworks and solutions we have developed in the context of The Machine program at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which demonstrate to application developers how to access persistent memory, focus on in-memory data, share data easily and maintain data consistency in the face of failures. These tools illustrate how software can benefit from Memory-Driven Computing. Speaker’s Bio: Susan Spence is a senior research engineer working on Managed Data Structures software for The Machine at Hewlett Packard Labs. Her current research focuses on ease of programming and data sharing for data structures created and used directly in persistent memory. She has experience in distributed systems, storage systems, information management, and persistent programming languages. Susan has a PhD in computer science from the University of Glasgow in Scotland on persistent, distributed systems, a number of publications and patents, and has worked for Hewlett Packard Labs for 17 years. Also our wonderful hosts Hewlett Packard Labs will be providing pizza and beverages! Silicon Valley Robotics is delighted to bring you this special presentation. 7 to 7.30: Arrive, refreshments and 'petting zoo' 7.30 - 7.40: Introduction to 'The Machine' 7.40 - 8.30: Speaker, Susan Spence, Snr Research Engineer 8:30 - 9: Q&A and networking. Don't be late for the talk! You can also join non-profit Silicon Valley Robotics as a company or an individual member for more speaker events, reports, demo days and investor forums. Sign up now at http://www.svrobo.org/membership/. (http://www.svrobo.org/membership/)