New York Silicon Alley Weekly Newsletter Issue 10 Jan

New York Silicon Alley Weekly Newsletter Issue 10 Jan

ISSUE 10 Jan 2014

Happy Friday!


Twelve new members this week. Check them out below and bring them into the fold.

We’re less than two weeks away from #TMUdrinks and Demo evening on Jan 23rd.

We have eight great presenters set and are not longer accepting presenter applications.

Tickets are currently $10 as we are completely out of free tickets!

A reminder that we have some great sponsors to keep us drinking:

BoozeCarriageRuna energy drinks, and Bronx Brewery

We are looking for additional food sponsors for the event. If you are interested in partnership, please send an email my way, or apply here.

Lastly, if you haven’t yet, be sure to join us on facebook and twitter !

Thanks! Francesca

New Members Welcome

Geoffrey Hodgson : Finding a job

Chris : Consumer marketing professional

Andrii Dzynia : Software testing expert

Md Imam Hassan Mollah : Auto Technician

Henry Johnson : Software engineer new to NYC

Alex :

Gabe Critchfield : Solution make PPC online advertising

Sai Kong : Founder FashionLoyal Inc

Alexandra Fadeeva : Software engineering

Jerry Castanos : Owner of 3D Heights a 3D printing

Jay Jaeseok Jeong : Founder of “COLLABODATE”

Babbers : Working at ogilvy



23 Jan 2014: TechMeetups Drinks & Demo Night! New York Jan 2014 #TMUdrinks RSVP HERE ]

24 Apr 2014: TechMeetups presents #TechStartupJobs Fair New York 2014 [ RSVP HERE ]


A tough choice for this job-seeking techie: Silicon Valley or New York City?

After spending the last few years traveling the world, it’s become clear to me that every major city is an aspiring tech hub.



Awesome PHP Developer @ Huddlebuy

With so many opportunities and great startups out there, here’s why you should consider Huddlebuy.

Medium weight digital designer @ Qubit

We’re looking for someone to lead Qubit’s design team and take our digital presence to the next level.



Where Startup Funding Really Comes From (Infographic) – Entrepreneur


Ideas to be brought to life

What’s your BIG IDEA?

If you have an idea please submit at TechIdeaHub


Fans Choir
Mobile football app that aims to make football more of a democracy then a dictatorship by finally letting a football fan’s voice be heard and amplified on their football club’s team selection, performance and tactics.


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