Tech Valley New Tech Meetup

Regular Meetup to discuss and show-and-tell new technology: Nanotech to Digital content to Green Tech to video games to Web 2.0. Cool new tech. Geeks, inventors, new companies with cool products and ANYONE curious about new tech is welcome.

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Past events

  • Tech Chitchat

    Mon, 24 May 2010, 11:30 - 13:30 in Clifton Park, United States

    Casual morning coffee/snack get-together with fellow techy types. No overarching goals or obligations, just hanging out.

  • Tech Valley New Tech April Meetup

    6-7 Apr 2010 in Albany, United States

    Let's see if we can't get enough people together to plan a fullblown Meetup. I've been talking to a few different local/locally concerned companies about participating in a NYC or SF style demo Meetup, but I have yet to get them to fully commit.We need to figure out a date and a venue in order to get the process rolling.

  • Tech Valley New Tech February Meetup

    2-3 Feb 2010 in Albany, United States

    Let's see if we can't get enough people together to plan a fullblown Meetup. I've been talking to a few different local/locally concerned companies about participating in a NYC or SF style demo Meetup, but I have yet to get them to fully commit.We need to figure out a date and a venue in order to get the process rolling.

  • Tech Valley New Tech January Meetup

    5-6 Jan 2010 in Albany, United States

    Let's see if we can't get enough people together to plan a fullblown Meetup. I've been talking to a few different local/locally concerned companies about participating in a NYC or SF style demo Meetup, but I have yet to get them to fully commit. We need to figure out a date and a venue in order to get the process rolling.

  • Tech Valley New Tech December Meetup

    1-2 Dec 2009 in Albany, United States

    Let's see if we can't get enough people together to plan a fullblown Meetup. I've been talking to a few different local/locally concerned companies about participating in a NYC or SF style demo Meetup, but I have yet to get them to fully commit. We need to figure out a date and a venue in order to get the process rolling.

  • Tech Valley New Tech November Meetup

    3-4 Nov 2009 in Albany, United States

    Let's see if we can't get enough people together to plan a fullblown Meetup. I've been talking to a few different local/locally concerned companies about participating in a NYC or SF style demo Meetup, but I have yet to get them to fully commit. We need to figure out a date and a venue in order to get the process rolling.

  • Tech Valley New Tech October Meetup

    6-7 Oct 2009 in Albany, United States

    Let's see if we can't get enough people together to plan a fullblown Meetup. I've been talking to a few different local/locally concerned companies about participating in a NYC or SF style demo Meetup, but I have yet to get them to fully commit. We need to figure out a date and a venue in order to get the process rolling.

  • Tech Valley New Tech September Meetup

    1-2 Sep 2009 in Albany, United States

    Let's see if we can't get enough people together to plan a fullblown Meetup. I've been talking to a few different local/locally concerned companies about participating in a NYC or SF style demo Meetup, but I have yet to get them to fully commit.We need to figure out a date and a venue in order to get the process rolling.

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