We will be meeting next week at the TRI LAB. We will start with a look around the country at some of the other brigade projects. Then we will focus in on a couple of our projects including budget visualization and candidate questionnaire.
Hope to see you next Tuesday,
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2014 Autumn Schedule
Mark your calenders because we have booked Code Island meetings for the First and Third Tuesdays of the next three months. All meetings will be held at Brown University's Tri-Lab, and all start at 6pm.
We're currently booked for:
Please join us for freeform discussion of all things web.
Join us in Rhode Island for the expert-led panel discussion on "Privacy and Security- A Mobile Imperative."
After the NSAs domestic surveillance program was leaked and several major security breaches that impact consumers made headlines, demand for airtight privacy and security of apps has dramatically increased and more so in the area of mobile healthcare.
Join Modev, Digital City, and our friends at ACT for an evening with experts to learn about the latest requirements when it comes to privacy and methods for securing your apps across major platforms . Our panel of experts will discuss and field your questions on "Privacy and Security- A Mobile Imperative".
5:30-6pm- Networking, Food and Drinks
6:15-7:15pm- Panel Discussion and Q & A
7:15-Until- Networking and Adjourn
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