Tech Education Events Calendars
This page lists groups that we are aware of along with information about their next published event. Use the search field to filter groups based on their name, location, and other details. Groups other than Tech Learning Collective are not affiliated with us in any way. This resource is provided for informational purposes only.
For more information about Tech Learning Collective’s own upcoming free, by-donation, and low-cost events, refer to the official Tech Learning Collective Events calendar. If you run a technology education group and would like to be considered for inclusion on this page, send us a note and tell us about yourselves! Be certain to read through the inclusion requirements before you write us.
|Image||Name||Next Event||Next Event Title||Country||State/Province||City/Locality|
|CRASH Space||January 30, 2021 at 6:00 PM (-0500)||CRASH Talk: The GONet project, community science and monitoring light pollution||United States||California||Los Angeles|
|DEFCON 201||January 27, 2021 at 8:00 PM (-0500)||HACK + ALT + NCOMMANDER :: DEFCON 201 Live-Stream||United States||New Jersey||Jersey City|
|Hacker Trivia Night||None published.|
|NYC Mesh: Community Wi-Fi||February 10, 2021 at 7:00 PM (-0500)||NYC Mesh New Member Welcome (**PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION**)||United States||New York||New York|
|Noisebridge||January 27, 2021 at 6:00 PM (-0500)||*ONLINE in Discord* Whiteboarding & Algorithms Workshop (self-directed, drop-in)||United States||California||San Francisco|
|Sereno Regis Study Center||None published.||Italy||TO||Turin|
|Tech Learning Collective||January 30, 2021 at 3:30 PM (-0500)||Something for Everyone: File Servers and Other Network Attached Storage||United States||New York||New York|
To be included on this listing, a group must meet all of the following requirements:
- Be relevant. We only list groups whose primary purpose or motivation is related in some clear way to our own. We are the final arbiters of what we consider relevant.
- Be automatable. We only include groups that provide a machine-readable data source for their event information in iCalendar (RFC 5545) format. Popular services that provide such a feed are Google Calendar, Meetup.com, and many WordPress event calendaring plugins. If you only publish
icsfiles for individual events (such as Squarespace does), you must find an alternative way to produce an iCalendar feed before we will list your events.
- Be accurate. Your published calendaring information must be as accurate as reasonably possible. If we learn that your feed provides inaccurate information, such as not updating or removing event information from your calendar when an event is canceled, we will remove your listing.
- Be available. Your data feed must be reliably accessible to us. Our automated build systems notify us if your data feed goes offline. Above a certain threshold of failed attempts to access your event information, we may contact you to request you investigate, or we may simply remove your listing.