Eugene Tech

PIE is going to be at the Barn Light on Friday afternoon, from 1:30-3:30. If you know any folks who are interested in learning about PIE, please send them our way!

http://www.piepdx.com/


This Thursday: SmartUps - Wild Card Pitch Competition →

This is the night when people with ideas attempt to give you the most compelling pitch they can for the chance to take the wild card spot in the Concept Stage Round of the 2014 Willamette Angel Conference. Audience members will cast a vote for the best pitch of the night. The Concept Stage winner at the conference will take home a cash prize of $4000, sponsored by Palo Alto Software and designPort, plus legal services from Endeavor Law Group. 


Help pitchlandia be a thing →

Our friends in PDX are trying something new and cool.  They are soooo close to reaching the crowd funding goal.  If pitches is your thing give them a bump. 


Co-Working, Incubation & Acceleratation Mixer @ CodeChops →

Last time we build a calendar of all the existing spaces as well as the new spaces coming up in town. Talked about the different flavors of the spaces and how we are fit into a larger ecosystem of shared spaces.


Zac Wolfe Album Release Event | Jazz Music Events | Eugene A Go-Go →

Zac is also a programmer a 3C, promary at Safi Systems and spent some time a CodeChops.


Eugene Startups Pitch Weekend Competition @ Fertilab →

Come and see some pitches from area startups. Or if pitching is your thing pay the $30 fee and get your pitch on.  Big prizes include $2K in cash money as well as service packages from area firms providing, legal, marketing and tech consulting.  Rumor has it there is also a Friday night pre-funk at the Oregon Wine Lab: http://oregonwinelab.com/


Epic Game Jam pre-funk tonight @ Rogue →

7:00 PM - First Wednesday Game Dev Dinner at Rogue Brewery in downtown Eugene. Open invitation!
Ben Garney will be discussing the Loom SDK, which participants can use for free for a month!
Ted Brown will be discussing what it means for a game to be commercially viable. Bring any game proposals you would like feedback on


Epic Oregon Game Jam →

From April 4-6, local developers of all stripes will be taking part in a game jam, where they will make mobile-focused prototypes in 48 hours. Pitch your idea, build your team, and have it rated by a panel of experienced judges. Free entry for participants and visitors. LCC Downtown Campus.