If you’re not subscribed to the PuneTech Calendar, you might not have realized that this weekend is packed with tech and/or startup events in Pune – 11, in fact.
Unless otherwise specified, these events are free and open to anybody who’s interested in attending. A few are paid events, and this is clearly mentioned below.
Here’s a quick overview. To get more details about any event – including venue, time and registration information, go to PuneTech Calendar and click on the event link.
Friday, 23 August, evening
- 6:30pm: TiE Pune Event – A New Model of Leadership
Saturday, 24 August
- Pune’s Microsoft Technologies User Group – PUG has a 2 day DevCon that kicks off on Saturday morning and continues on until Sunday evening.
- A 2 day free Clojure workshop by Baishampayan Ghose of Helpshift at BMC Software. Unfortunately, this workshop had limited seats and got full almost immediately after being announced. They are hoping to have more such workshops in the future. Make sure you’re subscribed to the PuneTech Calendar so you don’t miss the announcement.
- RailsGirlsPune – a One Day Ruby-on-Rails workshop for Women
- A Paid Sales and Marketing Beginners Workshop for Entrepreneurs
- Part 2 of a Workshop on Big Data with Hadoop
- A Paid Hands-On workshop on the GIT distributed version control system
- Part 3 of A Hands-On Session for Amazon AWS Developers
- SAP HANA get-together
Sunday, 25 August
- A meetup of everybody interested in the Corona SDK (a leading mobile development framework)
- Internet-of-things Meetup: Hands-on with Beagle Bone Black + Python + OpenCV
To get more details about any event – including venue, time and registration information, go to PuneTech Calendar and click on the event link.
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