The Seattle Web Technology Bi-Weekly Meetup Group

We meet up to learn about and discuss new web technologies, network, develop business relationships, and just hang out. If you're interested in web or software technology, whether you're a .NET or PHP dev, entrepreneur or information architect, Silverlight or flex wiz, or anything in between, this is the group for you. We try to meet every other week to discuss the latest trends in web technologies, web applications, software development, standards, graphic and icon design, databases, flex, javascript, ASP.net, PHP, information architecture, UX and UI Design, and more. We encourage our members to organize events around this theme and but ask that these events center around the spirit of information sharing and learning free of financial obligations. Unless approved by the Organizers, our meetups are free and open to members and friends or our members.

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Past events

  • Lean Startup Machine Seattle Workshop April 13-15

    Sat, 14 Apr 2012, 01:00 - 03:00 in Seattle, United States

    Lean Startup Machine is a three-day workshop where attendees use Customer Development and Lean Startup principles to validate an idea for a new product or service.Learn what customers want, hang out with some of the best minds in Seattle Startups, and validate your ideas.Use the discount code "leanmeetup" for 10% off. Register now while Early Bird tickets last!

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