We are a group of technical professionals that love to work and play with new technologies.While we may cover most anything related to technology, we primarily focus on internet use, design & development... most often using technologies such as: CSS, Javascript/AJAX, Flash, PHP & MySQL.

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Past events

  • Social Networking and Related Technologies

    Wed, 9 Sep 2009, 00:00 - 02:00 in Dallas, United States

    We will discuss hand on technologies that can be used to become an effective social networker. This will include discussions about API for Twitter, usage of Java Crawler, Facebook, and SEO tricks with Wordpress.It will be a free meeting.

  • TechVIP September Meetup

    Wed, 2 Sep 2009, 00:00 - 02:00 in Dallas, United States

    Networking Happy HourThis is going to be a very retro GeekMeet! Come join us for another large turnout at the unique, retro bar called Barcadia on Henderson Ave. This will be a fun happy hour with lots of your 80's video games like Tempest, Astroids, Defender and skeeball. Come out and enjoy a relaxing evening with 100 of your closest technology/geeky friends. Be sure to RSVP as we've been getting really great attendance and I want to make sure the bar is staffed to take care of us.

  • Nutch and The Open Source Search

    Wed, 5 Aug 2009, 00:00 - 02:00 in Plano, United States

    We will have informal Q&A session about Java based open source search engine Nutch. We are hoping to have a well known Nutch contributor from Apache group to answer questions. It will be a free meeting.

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