Learn How to 3D Print @ Solid State Depot3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
You made a design, but what now? You can turn your idea tangible with the help of a 3D printer! This production equipment of the future builds up any object layer by layer automatically producing real physical objects from your computer.
In this introductory workshop (instructed in English) you will be guided through the whole spectrum of 3D printing: the programs you need to print and how to use them, how the printer itself works, and how you could use it personally; I’ll run you through the exact steps to take your idea to tangible and you get to go home with a 3D printed Trinket!
Level Pre-requisites: None, suited for all levels.
Required Materials: You! And your laptop if you want to download the applications to print your idea.
Instructor: Free Beachler
Workshop cost: FREE for members, $15 for non-members.
*As a member you get 24/7 Access to our 3D printer and all other tools/community materials, and access to our community if you have any questions about how to bring your idea or project to fruition. Sign-up to become a member @http://boulderhackerspace.com/dues/
Register at Solid State Depot.
HTML5 Denver Users Group @ Casselman's6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
HTML5 signals the end of the software development dark ages. No more boring web applications that submit one form after another. HTML5 gives developers the ability to be as creative as we want in the browser, with APIs for stunning graphics, drag and drop, local storage, geolocation, etc.
We are software developers and designers who are interested in exploring all aspects of this exciting new programming platform, both on the web, and with mobile devices.
Check out the HTML5 Denver Users Group Meetup page for monthly topics and to RSVP.
NOTE: >This meetup is generally the fourth Monday of the month but they sometimes mix it up, so check the HTML5 Denver Users Group Meetup page for the exact dates.
Denver Open Coffee Club @ Galvanize8:00 am – 9:00 am
Every other Tuesday, The Denver Open Coffee Club gives technology and startup minded people a place to gather and chat about the latest issues.
Boulder Civic Hack Night @ RefactorU6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Join us to work on digital projects to benefit our community! All are welcome.
Checkout our GitHub page to see some of the projects we are starting to work on: github.com/CodeForBoulder
These will happen every other week to give people easy entry into the emerging community of civic innovators. Heck, you can even come and work on your own thing, sometimes it’s good just to be around other people working on something new and innovative.
RSVP at Code for Communities.
The Denver Drupal Meetup @ Open Media Foundation6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Share your Drupal achievements, discoveries, questions and even frustrations with your local open source community/colleagues.
Pizza and socializing starts at 6:30 p.m.
Discussion and presentations start at 7.
At 8:30 we’ll head down to Interstate Kitchen and Bar to continue hanging out
Pizza and Drinks will be provided by Aten Design Group.
RSVP at the Denver Drupal Meetup page.
Solid State Depot Open House @ Solid State Depot7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Our Tuesday Meetup is a great place to meet and greet members, learn about our projects and learn about what *you* might like to do. See the ‘space, see the tools, and figure out how to get that project going that you’ve always wanted to try.
The evening usually consists of members hanging out and new faces stopping by to check out Solid State Depot. We have a weekly meeting that usually begins around 8-8:30. Anyone is welcome to attend. Bring yourself, bring your friends, bring the family.
Our members hack Arduino, 3d Printing, Aquaponics, Wearable Electronics and more. Well, we’re still waiting on that one special robot – but it’s coming along!
RSVP at Solid State Depot.
1 Million Cups @ Galvanize9:00 am – 10:00 am
1 Million Cups (1MC) is a simple way to engage entrepreneurs in communities around the world. Each week, the 1MC program offers two local entrepreneurs an opportunity to present their startups to a diverse audience of mentors, advisors, and entrepreneurs.
Presenters prepare a 6 minute educational presentation and engage in 20 minutes of feedback and questioning after they present. Entrepreneurs gain insight into possible ways they can improve their businesses, gather realtime feedback, connect with a community that truly cares about their progress, and walk away feeling like they have advanced their business.
The audience also learns a great deal from the presentations. Whether this is through passively listening or deeply engaging with the entrepreneurs, there is much to learn every week from these dynamic and diverse communities. The program takes place every Wednesday morning from 9:00-10:00am in locations all around the country.
The Denver Chapter meets at Galvanize weekly. See more at: http://denver.sites.1millioncups.com/ or follow @1MillionCupsDEN
Colorado Springs Open Coffee Club @ EpiCentral Coworking7:30 am – 9:30 am
Every first Thursday of the month
Before 8 AM – Networking & coffee
8:00 – 9 AM – Speaker presenting a topic/story/situation/issue/opportunity & coffee plus coffee
9:00 – 9:30 – Q&A, more networking & coffee
Looking at narrow issues where we can go deep, like capital formation for example. These will be intimate, back-and-forth sessions; in a session on capital formation we would go around and ask people about their sense of capital and their experience with capital raising. From there we can talk about solutions, ideas, things we’ve done in the past. Go deep or go home.
· Led By Entrepreneurs, For Entrepreneurs
· Long-term view
· Engaging the Entire Entrepreneurial Stack
· Talent Flow: The Lifeblood of Entrepreneurial Community
RSVP at Meetup
Happy Hour With City Of Denver Web Team @ Yard House5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Get to know the City of Denver web team and Code for Denver at Yard House every Thursday.
RSVP at Code for Communities.
LabWorx Meetup @ Gelazzi6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This is not a typical meetup.
The LabWorx format is a scheduled day and time every week where you can go to explore something new. Instead of speakers/presenters you are encouraged to learn and explore with others or solo, using the resources of the web or your peers.
Bring your laptop and use this time to explore something new. Work on pet projects, entrepreneurial ventures or just use the time to learn the new thing you haven’t had the time for.
RSVP at Labworx Meetup.