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With Jeremy Conrad (Lemnos Labs), Kegan Schouwenburg (Sols), Jon Bruner (O'Reilly), Alexandros Marinos (Resin.io) & Alex Yancher (Pantry Labs).
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 05:30 PM    Cost: Absolutely Free
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Our speakers this month are Jeremy Conrad (Lemnos Labs, San Francisco), Kegan Schouwenburg (Sols, NYC), Jon Bruner (O'Reilly, NYC), Alexandros Marinos (Resin.io, United Kingdom) & Alex Yancher (Pantry Labs, San Francisco).

Some of the talks promise to be very educational in content. Jeremy will talk about MVPs; Kegan will focus on iterative/rapid development with 3D printing & generative design.

Jeremy Conrad, Lemnos Labs. Jeremy is the founding partner ofLemnos Labs, a hardware incubator based in San Francisco, which provides mentorship & resources to talented engineers with innovative ideas & a passion for making things. Lemnos has incubated early leaders in the space such as Airware, Sproutling & Momentum.

Kegan Schouwenburg, Sols. Kegan is the co-founder & CEO of Sols, a startup that will mass produce 3D printedorthotics. They are are developing all-in-one process to prescribe, generate & sell corrective orthoses at a fraction of the price & lead time currently available. Kegan was formerly Director of Industrial Engineering & Operations at Shapeways.

Jon Bruner, O'Reilly. Jon is a data journalist at O'Reilly andauthored "The Industrial Internet". He is also the co-chair of O'Reilly's upcoming hardware conference, Solid.Before coming to O'Reilly, where he is editor-at-large, he was data editor at Forbes Magazine.

Alexandros Marinos, Resin.io.Resin.io are working to make physical-world programming as easy as web programming is today. They believe the value of the "Internet of Things" will be captured by startups, like the value of the internet itself was captured by startups & not established players. So they want to be the infrastructure that allows entrepreneurial hackers to get going fast & scale up as they need to. This means working with well-known tools, languages, devices, & workflows, instead of reinventing the wheel. So we're focusing on JavaScript, Git, the Raspberry Pi, & Docker to begin with.

Alex Yancher, Pantry Labs. Alex is the co-founder of Pantry Labs: "We wanted to bring fresh & healthy food & drinks to offices so we built a technology that allows us to do that at scale: Pantry. Pantry is an RFID enabled & touchpad-controlled refrigerated kiosk that is open 24-7. Our proprietary RFID technology creates an efficient inventory management system that informs us whenever a product has been purchased from the kiosk this allows us to have a hyper-efficient servicing of kiosks. This technology also creates an amazing user experience that involves simply the swipe of a credit card no self-checkout, no pressing buttons just open the glass door & take what youre craving."

 
 
 
 
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