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Devnuts is a collaborative entity, allowing a variety of freelancers to come together to work on projects larger than they could normally handle while retaining credit to develop their personal portfolios. At the core of Devnuts, the founders created both a project management protocol and an open source development platform with the intention of scaling operations quickly and efficiently.
Artician is a community for creative professionals. We allow artists, designers, photographers, and other creative individuals to build completely personalized portfolios for free. Artician provides an effortless way for anyone to create and manage a portfolio in a professional or personal environment.
Wharton School of Business is the business school of the University of Pennsylvania, an Ivy League university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wharton is the world's first collegiate business school and the first business school in the United States. It was established in 1881 through a donation of Joseph Wharton.
First Round Capital will be hosting its "Open Office Hours" where all are welcome chat and pitch the venture capital firm. First Round Capital is one of the country's leading early-stage investment groups, based in Conshohocken.
The Philadelphia Science Festival, organized by the Franklin Institute will co-host several events with Philly Tech Week in the name of collaboration between the city's science and technology communities.
Independents Hall, one of the leading coworking spaces in the nation, will be hosting a Beer Pong tournament: a good old-fashion competition involving some staples of the Philadelphia tech community: beer and fun.
Emerging Tech for the Enterprise is a conference highlighting the trends and changes in application development and one of the centerpieces of Philly Tech Week.
Mongo Philly is a one-day conference dedicated to MongoDB, the leading open source, non-relational database.
8static will be hosting a live chiptunes/8bit video performance with Third Generation.
The Hacktory will kick it like Office Space and have an ol' fashioned printer smash. The event is co-hosted with Nonprofit Technology Resources.
The Philly Robotics Expo is cordially inviting robotics teams, businesses and the public to attend. Students will demonstrate recent advances in the field and all proceeds go toward supporting robotics in Philadelphia. This event is cross listed with the Philadelphia Science Festival.
Philly Content Strategy Meetup will be holding its first ever meeting during Tech Week. Join web editors, content strategists and others in discussing this burgeoning industry.
Named Esquire's best bars in America, The Grey Lodge will hosting quizzo with a tech twist.
The Philadelphia Institute for Journalism Innovation. or PhIJI will host local online sports writers to discuss the trends, triumphs and troubles of online sports journalism.
Philly Amazon Web Services Meetup will host Brian White, Director of Developer Resources for Amazon Web Services.
Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, or PIFA, will be hosting "Augmented Reality Check" along with The Philadelphia Science Festival.
Two.one.five magazine is a lifestyle publication seeking to create a space where ethnically diverse social exploration can be realized, allowing Philadelphia to help transcend last-century models while documenting the city's new 21st-century reality.
BarCamp NewsInnovation is an annual, one-day national unconference on journalism innovation and the future of news as explored by practitioners and friends. In 2011, BCNI will run concurrently with an Open Gov Hackathon presented by Tropo.
The City of Philadelphia will be unveiling several new data sets, including the landing page OpenDataPhilly.org.
Superfluid makes collaboration in social networks fair by enabling members to trade favors using a virtual currency.
The International Game Developers Association is the largest non-profit membership organization serving individuals that create video games. The Philadelphia Chapter is focused on growing and strengthening the community of one of the fastest growing industries in the Greater Philadelphia area.
The Neat Company, an innovative technology company, creates integrated scanner and software solutions that capture and organize key information from receipts, business cards and documents, so you can manage, share, and securely store it. In short, we tame the paper monster and transform complex tasks into simple solutions.
Philly Startup Leaders, is the largest and most active community of startup entrepreneurs in the Philadelphia region.
Science Leadership Academy, is a partnership high school between the School District of Philadelphia and The Franklin Institute.
P'unk Ave is a web design and development firm in South Philadelphia. The crew of eleven fearless individuals tackle designing new web interfaces and creating flexible solutions. P'unk Avenue is responsible for the creation of Apostrophe, the open source inline content management system.
Tek Lado is a technology and pop culture magazine for the new bilingual generation. Once a print publication in the Philadelphia area, it is now an online-only project that focuses on a host of subjects related to the way we live in the 21st century: social networking, digital inclusion, mobile-wireless, Internet, online dating, community issues, computing, entertainment, gaming, gadgets, and so on.
Hive76 is a membership-based, non-profit organization the offers workspace and tools for individuals to build personal projects and run technology-based classes and workshops for the benefit of the community.
Maiden Media Group is a creative digital experience agency, owned and operated by Digital Natives.
Breadboard is a hybrid program at the University City Science Center that facilitates cross-disciplinary art exhibits, community outreach initiatives and special programs offering public access to a new generation of fabrication technology and workspace in an effort to empower individuals and convene communities around creative applications of technology.
Philly Media Network owns The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News and the web portal Philly.com and is aiding in the distribution of the PTW print supplement.