Terminal is a remote teams company that helps businesses quickly build remote engineering teams, and supports the entire employee experience for those teams—from the little things like managing office logistics to the big things like culture-building. Unlike working remotely for a startup on your own or joining a large tech company where you’re just a number, Terminal offers the best of both worlds: the benefits of working for an innovative startup and the resources and stability of a large organization, so you can do meaningful work and join a community that supports your continued growth.
HackerNest Tech Socials (http://hackernest.com/cities/) are a fun, relaxed way to connect with your local tech community. Atmosphere: chill, friendly, unpretentious, agenda-free (no sales pitch, yo), and brimming with UltraSmart(TM) people.
Typical Tech Social schedule:
- arrive, grab drinks, socialize
- quick intro, announcements and sponsor thanks
- back to chatting with new and old pals
- go home, exhausted from great conversations
Sponsors (http://hackernest.com/sponsor_info/) make this growing movement possible, so we treasure and build deep, long-term relationships with the companies that endorse us. Please email [masked] for ways to connect with the HackerNest community!
Want to show off your office? We're always looking for big open spaces with 100+ (standing room) capacity that are easily accessible: [masked]
HackerNest (http://hackernest.com/) builds strong, supportive local tech communities around the world. We run unpretentious tech and innovation events that improve humanity and overall economic prosperity.
Check out this video to see what Tech Socials are like:
Volunteers- Dan Currie, [masked]
Community Announcements- Sarah Welton, [masked]
Venues and Community Partnerships- Kristina Lalatovic, [masked]
Social Media/ Videography- David Sum, [masked]
Finances- Gavin Kendall, [masked]