Meetings & Events

The New Hampshire Tech & Creative Calendar is a collaborative project for NH tech group organizers and anyone who is interested in finding tech and creative events around the state. If you are interested in sharing your event please contact me at buzz@queencity.buzz

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By Pat Hammond

Ask Questions & Get Hands On Help Installing Ubuntu

Hey everybody, I want to give a quick heads up about the free Linux Installfest Open Source NH is holding on Saturday, March 12th from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM at Alpha Loft 844 Elm Street, Manchester

It's a great opportunity for anyone who has ever thought about chucking Windows and trying Linux to ask questions and get some installation help.

This will be a two-part event with one section focusing on how to install Linux (Ubuntu) and the second section will be an open discussion and questions/answer session about Linux in general.

The installation session will feature the Ubuntu version of Linux because it is the most popular, but the group discussion will be talking about the many flavors of Linux with experienced users answering questions about their favorite.

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By Pat Hammond

Baby it's cold outside...

Maybe it's Valentine's Day or maybe it's just the bitter cold temps, but this week's events calendar has gone a little crazy. There's not too much going on for business and networking events, but the NH Tech & Creative events calendar is off the charts.

If you're looking to get your geek on or dust off those photography skills you are in luck because coding and photography feature prominently on this week's calendar.

First up I want to talk about the Google Developer Group NH (GDGNH). GDGNH is hosting an information night on Tuesday, February 16th from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM at Alpha Loft 844 Elm Street, Manchester to share information about their upcoming Android Study Jam series.


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By Pat Hammond

Are you ready for the easiest screen recording tool ever? Would it help if I said that it's free?

One of the questions I've been asked a lot lately is "How can I record a screencast?"

There are so many cool tools and apps out there for pretty much every device and budget, but most of them have some kind of learning curve and if all you need is a quick screen capture for a video tutorial or step-by-step guide for a client it can get overwhelming.

Which brings me to a hidden gem from the engineers at Microsoft's Tech Net Magazine called Screen Recorder.

Screen Recorder is an entry level no cost, no frills program for recording basic screen captures.

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By Pat Hammond

Future Tech Women

Location: Dyn 150 Dow Street, Manchester
Date: Tuesday, July 28 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (check their website for details)

The Facts:

  • price: free
  • atmosphere: casual, professional, friendly, supportive
  • amenities: office setting - wifi, parking, easy access from highway
  • content: open discussion, networking, general support
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By Pat Hammond

NodeSchool Manchester

Location: TBD
Date: TBD, (check their meetup.com page for details)

The Facts:

  • price: free
  • atmosphere: casual, professional, friendly, supportive
  • amenities: TBD based on venue
  • content: workshop format, independent study with group & mentor support, open discussion, networking
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