Google Technology User Group Campout Melbourne

GTUG Campout is an annual weekend-long event where Google Technology User Group members have an opportunity to design, develop and demo a complete application over the course of two days.

This year the theme will be HTML5 and will be a world-wide event, with over 19 GTUG events planned from Silicon Valley to Tokyo.

The Melbourne event kicks off on Saturday, August 14th @ 10:30am with registration followed by a technical talk, after which ideas and teams will come together.

For more information visit http://www.melbourne-gtug.org.

(sorry for the late notice, this was only just submitted!)

MoMoAug: 5 x Successful Mobile Entrepreneurs = Insight & Inspiration

Join us on August 9th to learn from some successful mobile entrepreneurs and quiz them on their innovative ventures and their views on the path to success.

Presenters & Panel

Mobile Games, Wil Monte, Owner – Millipede

Millipede Demo: CityGT Promo
Mobile Social Media, George Tsigounis , Product Manager –Telstra – Tribe

For more information visit http://www.momomelb.com/blog2/2010/08/momo-august-successful-mobile-entrepreneurs-insight-inspiration-on-aug-9th/.

(Apologies for the short notice, this was only just submitted today)

Subversion Q&A – SAGE-AU Victorian Chapter Meeting

DATE:  Tuesday 10th August 2010 (2nd Tuesday of the month)

TIME: 7:00 PM till 8:00 PM

VENUE:
Ground Floor Tutorial Room
Baillieu Library
The University of Melbourne
Parkville

AGENDA: Presentation and Q&A session on Subversion (SVN on LINUX and
TortoiseSVN on Windows), documentation and source code version control
software – conducted by Bob Fulton (SAGE-AU).

WHO: SAGE-AU Members, prospective members, and other people involved
with system administration.

MENU: A carefully selected range of traditional SysAdmin fare (ie.
pizza) is provided free of charge to attendees. Members with special
dietary requirements should contact the executive prior to the meeting.

DIRECTIONS:
To get to the venue by public transport, catch a University, No 8
(Moreland) or No 1 (East Coburg) tram up Swanston St or the number 19
tram (North Coburg) up Elizabeth St. The tutorial room is at the south
end of the ground floor of the Baillieu Library.

ANZA Gateway to the US Workshops

ANZA TechNet’s Gateway to the US One-Day Introductory Workshop

Australian entrepreneurs and CEOs with innovative technologies
seeking to explore and expand into the US market are encouraged to
sign up now for ANZA TechNet’s Gateway to the US One-Day
Introductory Workshop in Australian capital cities.

Click:
http://www.marketing.anzatechnet.com/acton/form/857/0006:d-0012/0/index.htm
for details and registration.

The cost is $495 (USD) which covers up to two members of your
company.

Save $165 (USD) when you register before 13 August.

Complete the workshop and make an informed decision about whether the
US market is right for you and your company.