April 5th, 2017 we brought together organizations throughout our community to share all the great opportunities they create for our technologists and entrepreneurs. The event was held at 6:00pm at the Main Street Landing Performing Art Center. It was attended by over 100 people.
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BTV Ignite’s mission is to organize and accelerate the energy of Burlington’s technology ecosystem.
FreshTracks Capital is a venture capital firm founded in 2000 with 4 funds under management and 40 portfolio companies. The firm is currently managed by General Partners Cairn Cross, Lee Bouyea, and TJ Whalen.
Girl Develop It is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable programs for adult women interested in learning web and software development in a judgment-free environment. In doing so, we hope to help increase the number of women in tech, and provide a network for those who already are.
Burlington Generator is a gigabit makerspace in Vermont’s renewably-powered city. A combination of artist studio, classroom, and business incubator at the intersection or art, science, and technology.
Burlington Code strives make it easy for software professionals and hobbyists to share and collaborate so we can collectively grow and make Burlington VT the tech center of Vermont and New England. Our vision is to reduced the overhead of meetups, and provide a single consistent venue to increase the quantity of meetups, increase attendance, and allow organizers to shift their focus to increasing the quality.
LaunchVT provides education, exposure, and resources to help startup companies grow their businesses.
Accelerating innovation and entrepreneurship, the non-profit Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET) provides expert business mentoring, technology professional networking, three coworking and accelerator facilities in Middlebury and Burlington, innovation programs, and early stage venture capital. VCET manages the Vermont Seed Capital Fund, LP, a revolving $5 million venture capital investment fund. In 2013, VCET was named #11 globally and #5 in the US by the UBI Index. Follow @VCET and visit www.vcet.co/podcast (link is external) to listen and subscribe to VCET’s Start Here podcast.
HackVT is a 24-hour hackathon where friends and complete strangers work to build a brighter future for the state of Vermont. It’s an opportunity for developers to showcase their talents by addressing a challenge which betters our community.
The STEM Academy is a place where Essex high school students can explore their passion in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Guest speakers, internships and projects are the key components of this program that encourages growth and independent thought.
Seven Days is Vermont’s largest newsweekly. We host an active job board used by local companies, and produce the Vermont Tech Jam. This annual October career and tech expo showcases growing Vermont tech companies. We also publish a weekly Tech Jam email newsletter full of news, jobs and tech events.
The Burlington School District is the public school system for pre-K through 12. At all levels, educators are working to incorporate new learning practices that support effective communication, creative thinking, and skillful problem-solving.
Everyone is a Civic Hacker… Code for BTV joins other developers, technology integrators, designers and hackers of all types in building and maintaining civic software and open data projects in the greater Burlington, Vermont area.
Burlington Young Professionals provides networking and professional development opportunities for our young.
Vermont Code Camp is a free, full day event that brings together technology community members, students and professionals from around Vermont and beyond. In 2016, there were sessions on a variety of software topics including programming, databases, web, business and more.
The DevOps meetup is a forum to share ideas and technologies to further DevOps practices and principles.
The Burlington WordPress Meetup is a group of local WordPress developers, designers, and publishers who get together to share our knowledge and experience, and to meet other WordPress users in the area. The WordPress meetup is open to all who love WordPress.
The Burlington Data Scientists are scientists, analysts, programmers, researchers, and others who use the tools of data science to explore, depict, and model data. We offer a “safe space” to explore ideas and welcome participation from business, government, and academia.
CV VMUG is focused on educating, discussing and sharing the VMware ecosystem, related infrastructure and industry trends with our local community.
Vermont’s .NET User Group is a community of people interested in the Microsoft technology stack. We meet monthly and the format of our meetings varies; we have speakers, show-and-tells, lightning talks, and Open Space. Part of the VT Coders Connection MeetUp.
The Vermont Chapter of the Project Management Institute provides networking & training opportunities for techies, makers and entrepreneurs to meet with local professional project mangers and agilists to build project management skills that help folks get good stuff done. We are a volunteer organization of professional project managers that work in multiple industries in Vermont.
The Vermont Technology Alliance is a nonprofit business association with a mission to support, promote, and grow technology businesses and technology jobs in Vermont.
Study Hall is a sunny coworking and meeting place in the heart of downtown Burlington. We offer flexible space, meeting rooms, local-roasted coffee, and easy access for daytime, nights and weekends to over 60 entrepreneurs, freelancers and small teams – with affordable passes that start at $65/month.