Welcome to another edition of the Weekly Community Events Guide for the week of Dec 14th, 2009. Each and every Monday, we list upcoming events in the web, technology, marketing, social media, public relations and communications space in Toronto and bring them to you. Event details are provided by the simply awesome YouSayYeah Calendar and Eventbrite. Don’t see your event listed here? Get in touch with your event details.
So without any further ado, here’s what’s happening in Toronto this week (be warned, it’s a slow week due to the holidays):
HoHoTo (#hohoto): With our original Holiday party in 2008 and the summer spinoff (oh so wittily labeled HoHOTo) we’ve managed to raise over $38,000 for the Daily Bread Foodbank. Thi ts year, we’re going to try to beat that in one night. Go to the website. Buy a ticket or sponsor the event. Come out on Dec 16th and celebrate the holidays with 600 of your closest industry friends, while raising money for an important cause. (Wednesday December 16th 2009)
IxDA Toronto – 10 Minute Soapbox: We’re hosting one final event in 2009! Come see your fellow IxDA Toronto members present on a variety of topics: 1) “Agile UX and the decentralization of the UX department” by Karri Ojanen; 2) “reSurface – Tabletop Touch Challenges” by Shawn Konopinsky; 3) “Beware of making the UI too simple: Lessons from a software engineering classic” by Paul McInerney; 4) “Interface modifications and scripts every Visio IA should consider using” by Vergel Evans; and 5) “Making the move from BA to IA” by Julian Lising. In honour of the holidays, we’ll be providing some refreshments too! (Monday, December 14 at Centre for Social Innovation, 7pm-9pm)
Adobe AfterEffects TO Usergroup: Chad Perkins will be joining us via Adobe Connect. This will be a very interactive and informal night. If you have any questions you might want answered Chad requested sending us your requests that we’ll forward on to him and he’ll tackle your questions at the meeting. (Wednesday December 16th 2009, 6:45pm-9:00pm)
Guelph Coffee and Code: The Guelph Coffee and Code Group is a weekly meeting of Developers in Guelph and Surrounding Area. If you are a developer or like to code in your spare time, come join us for a 2 hour time window of work, networking, and helping out. (Wednesday December 16th 2009, 7:30pm-9:30pm at The Albion, 49 Northfork Street)
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