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Santa Cruz New Tech Meetup “goes cosmic” for Nov 1 event


October 25, 2017 — Santa Cruz, CA

We are going cosmic for this event!

  • Santa Cruz New Tech Meetup
  • November 1, 2017, 6pm
  • Cruzio, Santa Cruz
  • RSVP

Here’s the lineup:

  • How We Got the First Image of a Gravitational Wave Source / David Coulter, astrophysicist at UCSC led a neutron star shattering discovery this month, validating Einstein’s gravitation wave theory. Learn why and where that gold or silver you treasure actually came from.
  • Kelly Wachs Law Offices / Kelly Wachs: Are you worried by the new administration’s stance about immigration? How is it impacting our tech community? Rise up and be informed.
  • Haven / Khanh Pham’s online platform enables shippers / commodity traders / food producers to track and manage their international shipments…and get a full night of sleep.
  • Futuristic Lights / Zohar Wouk says if you can’t travel to the stars, you can experience them with these motion-reactive LED gloves.  
  • SurfX / Dmitry Replin: This is the future where hydrofoiling, surfing, and software converge in a product anyone can use.
  • Support Logic / Krishna Rajraja, founder of VMware, will show us how to rethink support using AI.



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