F50 Event Business Unit is hiring! Conference Program Manager & two event marketing specialists: Marketing Web Design & Social Media (Three positions) F50’s event business unit produces some of Silicon Valley’s most […]
Applications are now open for Connect Lounge during the DeepTech Summit onJanuary 16! The Connect Lounge offers a platform to highlight the latest cutting-edge technology companies and demonstrate their products. With 15 demo table spots, exhibitors […]
Feb 15 afternoon, I will host my first tech talk: AI at Google. Hosting two great startups together with the founding partner of Bullpen Capital Duncan. Event can also be viewed through […]
F50 (Fundable 50), a private co-investment platform, announced today that it will launch its fourth season (S4), which will focus on startups in the gaming and entertainment sectors. The event will take place in downtown San Francisco on March 3rd, 2015, coinciding with the Game Developer Conference (GDC) and with Launch Festival.
Startup Intro: OpenLearning is an online learning platform that builds upon the successes of social media, gamification, and peer communication to build strong course communities. The resulting immersion, engagement and enjoyment leads […]
Had a great meeting with Steph from Google today. And I am very glad to announce that, the DevFest SV now is sponsored by Google. This event is a special event part […]
This is for Meetup organizers to meet together, including how to market, manage your meetup etc. We were blessed to have Laura Nelson, of Hackers & Founders give us an overview of […]
Venturebeat Google’s popular email product Gmail is about to get much more social. The company is forging ahead with plans to add a social layer to Gmail by adding integration with its […]
Meet with Jason Cooper from Google at 8-11 SV Android meetup
Boston – According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global Android smartphone shipments will grow 900 percent in 2009. Healthy support from operators, vendors and developers is driving adoption. Apple iPhone OS will be the next fastest-growing smartphone operating system in 2009, with a 79 percent growth rate.