Announcements, Tech Events

Online Tech Events May 2020

Cronicle Press, tech news, Ann Arbor news, technology

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak shutdown around the globe, a growing number of tech events have moved online for the first time. This month, we will feature some select tech events going on across the world, because they’re accessible to you whether you live in Ann Arbor, Austin, Santa Clara, or London. We hope that some of these events tide you over to the return of in-person tech events or help you find a new niche or tech community to explore.

We have moved our normal monthly post of Ann Arbor-Detroit and Michigan-area tech events to a permanent page updated periodically with groups and events in the SE MI area that have moved virtual for the time being. Please check back for updates or email the editor if you have an event you’d like Cronicle to include. Events must focus on tech or tech-related subjects in the areas of software, cybersecurity, life sciences, biomedical, robotics, mobility tech, AI, AR/VR, agri-tech, advanced manufacturing, and other industries as they relate to technology.

Online Tech Events May 2020

San Francisco Dept Cybersecurity, San Francisco CyberSecurity webinar, Nathan Sinclair, Tech By Choice

Software & Security Events Online

May 4 by Hel Tech: FemTech Online

May 6 by Tech By Choice: Intro To CyberSecurity with Nathan Sinclair, Manager of the Cyber Defense Team for the City & County of San Francisco Department of Technology

May 6: Talking Tech Stacks

May 13 by Microsoft: DevsSpeak APAC Riding the Tide (Singapore time)

May 15 by Bulgarian Women in Tech of Seattle: Career in CyberSecurity A Day In The Life of an Ethical Hacker with Heath Adams of TCM Security

Womens Voices in Tech, womens tech networking, tech networking online, remote tech networking group

Online Tech Groups & Networking

May 4 by Women’s Voices in Tech: Women in Tech Online Networking

May 6 by Ditto.tv: Tech City Connect Day of Tech Art & Culture Networking

May 7 by Meta by Acai: Women in Tech Networking San Diego

May 13 by PhaseCareers: Older Employees in Tech Navigating The Opportunities and Challenges

May 27 by PDX Women in Tech: LatinX in Tech Virtual

AI startup planning, tech events online

Robotics, & AI Events Online, + 3D Print

May 1 – 8 (multiple dates) Hour of BlockCode & 3D Print Design by EdTech Tours: 3D Printing and Designing Sprite Characters Using Scratch

May 5, 12 (multiple dates) by ATechup: Artificial Intelligence Startup Planning Webinar ($)

Life Sciences & Biomedical Tech Events Online

May 6, 13 (multiple dates) by ATechup: Healthcare Tech Startup Planning Webinar ($)

May 13 by BioHacking Congress: BioHacking Congress Virtual Meetup

May 21 by HITLAB: Women’s Health Tech Challenge Pitch Day

Eligent UK Pitch Event, startup pitches London, UK Europe startup pitch event, tech startups London

Online Tech Conferences, Job Fairs & Pitch Pits

May 7 by sf.citi: The Race To Respond Tech’s Leadership on COVID-19 with Slack, Twitter, Madrona Venture Group, Protocol and Postmates

May 20 by ProFocus Technology Portland: Tech Job Hunting Workshop

May 28 by Eligent: UK London Europe Online Startup Pitch Event

May 1, 2020

About Author

laurakcowan Laura K. Cowan is a tech editor and journalist whose work has focused on promoting sustainability initiatives for automotive, green tech, and conscious living media outlets. A deep study of narrative journalism, storytelling and sustainable technology allows Ms. Cowan to draw out the meaningful stories of best practices from diverse professionals in an exploration of the culture and trends in emerging industries. She is currently Co-Founder and Executive Editor of Midwest tech news blog Cronicle Press. Ms. Cowan’s writing and speaking have appeared with Automobile Quarterly, Writer Unboxed, Inhabitat, CNBC, The Ann Arbor Observer, and The National Society of Newspaper Columnists.


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