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Friday September 19, 2014

Stories related to ‘10Gen’

NY #Meetups: People, Pizza and High Performance

NY #Meetups: People, Pizza and High Performance

Meetups are a great way for people to polish both tech and social skills. For about $5 or $10, you can go to a Web Performance Meetup, mingle, eat pizza, drink beer and find out how to make a website speedier. Pax Dickinson writes in Business Insider he always learns something new there. He also [Full Story…]

#NYTech Expansion Pushes Up #RealEstate Prices

#NYTech Expansion Pushes Up #RealEstate Prices

NY tech firms are expanding—and outgrowing office space. The New York Observer reports that Midtown South—where most of the new tech and media companies reside—has the lowest vacancy rates in the U.S. Companies looking to expand are forced to move farther uptown. Soho-based 10Gen just signed a lease [Full Story…]

M’soft Makes Offer; Startups Present; Heif Resigns

M'soft Makes Offer; Startups Present; Heif Resigns

NYConvergence ORIGINALLast night's NY Tech Meetup at the IAC building kicked off with an announcement from Microsoft about its Bizspark program which allows entrepreneurs and startups free use of Microsoft software for three years and charges them $100 for their use at the end of that three-year [Full Story…]

Panel Discusses Economy and NYC Tech Industry

Panel Discusses Economy and NYC Tech Industry

The New York Software Industry Association (NYSIA) hosted a panel discussion on Monday night to discuss how the current economic situation could affect the technology industry.  The panel included Union Square Ventures' Fred Wilson, BusinessWeek's Steve Hamm, AlleyCorp's and 10gen's Dwight [Full Story…]

NYC Java Script Meetup Kicks Off at BankSlate

NYC Java Script Meetup Kicks Off at BankSlate

The initial meetup included presentations by Michael Girouard on The Beauty of JavaScript and Geir Magnusson of 10gen which works in cloud computing. A full summary of the meetup is available here: appfactory.typepad.com/log4ning/2008/08/great-start-for.html. Log4Ning [Full Story…]