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Startup Edmonton is a campus and community hub for hackers, artists + entrepreneurs.

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A HUGE thank you to all of the incredible volunteer organizers that give of their time and expertise to present meetups every month. You can find something happening on campus almost every day of the year due to their dedication.

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We're always on the search for new meetups! If you're interested in starting a tech or startup methodology focused meetup, drop us a line at hello@startupedmonton.com and a Community Manager will be in touch shortly.



Upcoming events (5+)

Amii's AI Meetup

Startup Edmonton

Amii’s monthly meetup brings together the brightest minds in Edmonton’s AI community. Discuss the latest topics in AI and machine learning, learn about the latest tools and techniques in machine learning, discover how companies are using AI to drive value, and network with thought leaders from Amii, local AI companies, service providers, and corporate labs. Join us for Amii’s monthly AI Meetup and be a part of building Edmonton’s growing AI community! Please also RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/amiis-ai-meetup-tickets-72403010353

Edmonton Go Programming Language Meetup

Startup Edmonton HQ

Go is an open source programming language that enables the production of simple, efficient, and reliable software at scale. https://edmontongo.org/2019-09/

BetaCityYEG Meetup

Startup Edmonton HQ

Join us for BetaCityYEG, where you learn about and can participate in novel tech-related initiatives that improve our community. We help connect you with insider perspectives from social enterprises, government programs, community-affecting research, and have helped attendees find and work on impactful projects. Food's provided so please RSVP :) ---------------------- Talks this month ---------------------- Mack Male (@mastermaq) will talk about Taproot Edmonton, an innovative journalism startup he co-founded with a mission to help the community understand itself better. Taproot publishes a collection of curated updates on local topics as well as long-form original reporting that explores questions from the community. He will talk about the journey and share insights on the lessons he’s learned so far. Jenni Endicot, Strategic Advisor at the Alberta Digital Innovation Office (DIO) of the Government of Alberta, will share some of the past and upcoming initiatives from the DIO to use technology to curb costs and provide simpler, faster, and better services for citizens. Darren Boyer will share the story of Lightcatch, a free service that people can use to report trouble and alert others. Within 8 months of starting, they helped recover $1.2 million of stolen goods, including 33 stolen vehicles. Finally, we will introduce an ongoing list of projects open to BetaCity YEG attendees and developers in Edmonton, which will allow volunteers to pick and choose impactful/interesting projects they can work on. Projects in the past that have been completed include YouCanBenefit, the air quality light art installation, and LinkYEG. ================================== About BetaCityYEG We are the city and region's citizen-led digital engagement group with a mandate to connect citizens with opportunities to learn about, provide feedback for, and participate in projects that improve our community with technology. Check out our site (http://www.betacity.ca). It's got previous community projects and future ideas.

Edmonton Linux User Group

Startup Edmonton HQ

The Edmonton Linux User Group (ELUG) is a chance to get together with other users of Linux, GNU, and Unix-like operating systems, and open source software. Our members range from newcomers to power users to seasoned administrators and developers; so, all are welcome! We meet as an opportunity to exchange ideas, knowledge, and experiences for several reasons: - to educate for personal and professional growth - to promote and advocate for the free and open source movement - to support and assist with Linux related challenges - and to socialize with peers who have a common interest Examples of topics that may be discussed or presented include (but not limited to): - Exposure to different distributions - Workshops on various tools and commands - Kernel and system-level development and tuning - Installfests! We welcome anyone with an interest in Linux and/or open source software and look forward to building the Linux community in Edmonton. Standard Agenda: 6:00pm - Arrival, mingling 6:20pm - Welcome & introductions 6:30pm - Presentation begins 7:30pm - Announcements, open discussions 8:00pm - Event conclusion Presentation: TBD Presenter Bio: TBD Note: This group is in need of a sponsor. Please contact Robert Salomons or Johnny Huynh if you'd like to help.

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