Summer is here as heralded in by the summer solstice and with comes the hurricane season, officially starting June 1st. The first named storm of the season will be Andrea. You can get the complete list of 2013 storm names and some background here.
The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce will be holding a Hurricane Preparedness event – Business Continuity and Emergency Preparedness.
Why not try something different for your kids summer camp activities this year? Microsoft will be offering code camps for 8 – 15 year olds at the Dadeland Mall Store from June 10 – August 16.
With summer also comes a plethora of fantastic events in South Florida. Coming up June 13 is TEDxDelrayBeach Think Again Simulcast event. June 29 is SQL Saturday. July 13 is IT ProCamp
Dave Noderer just returned from a visit to Capitol Hill where he met with the staffs of Bill Nelson, Marco Rubio, Alcee Hastings and Lois Frankel. This was part of the annual “FlyIn” hosted by the Association for Competitive Technology. Scott Weiner from Parents with Apps posted a nice wrap up of the events. And Dave got his picture taken with Marco Rubio.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez inaugurated the anticipated second Microsoft store to open in North America, this time at the world-renowned Dadeland Mall in Miami’s Kendall district. Members of the South Florida business community, public officials and the press were present at the ribbon cutting ceremony during the official opening of the retail outlet.
Earlier this month, TEDxDelrayBeach presented “The Human Experience”. The event, which encompassed 25 speakers over 4 sessions, was live streamed on May 3rd. If you missed this great event, Join us June 13 for TEDGlobal – simulcast from Edinburgh, Scotland. Tickets Now Available.
Technology is a field that is ever changing, evolving, and progressing, touching nearly every aspect of modern life. It is empowering and enlightening, while simultaneously destructive and dangerous. As computers and technology continue to evolve and impact us, we have the unique opportunity and responsibility to preserve and catalog the rich history of this rapidly changing industry, as a reminder of where we’ve been and where we’re going and and I invite you to join the GSCIS Computer Museum in this effort.