Big Omaha is upon us again! So the Omaha Mobile Meetup, NebraskaJS, Beer and Code Omaha, and Omaha Java Users Group have joined forces to throw a developer happy hour. The Developer Happy Hour will be from 4pm – 7pm on Wednesday May 7th on the Blatt Beer and Table rooftop. The happy hour is for all of the developers and techies around whether you are planning to attend Big Omaha or not.
Blatt Beer & Table
610 N 12th St | Omaha, NE
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 | 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (CDT)
For two-and-a-half-days, come experience some of the nation’s most passionate entrepreneurs and creatives as they tell their stories, create lasting connections with the regional and national community, and walk away with ideas and energy for your next big project.
NMotion, the startup accelerator based in Lincoln, Nebraska, announced the seven startups accepted into the 2014 Summer program. This year’s cohort includes local startups Adolade, DigiWidgets, MusicSpoke and Pixobot, along with out-of-state startups Turnstile Cards, Commissioner.io, and Athletepreneur who will be moving to Lincoln to participate.
NMotion startups receive seed capital, coworking space, and access to a pool of resources including over 100 mentors, training, and developer and designer talent. Each startup will use the 100 days of the program starting on June 2 to work with teams and mentors to test and validate the market, build and prototype their solutions, and prepare for a demo day showcase to be held on September 9th at Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln. Companies receive $15,000 of seed capital in exchange for a six percent equity stake. This funding was provided by Invest Nebraska Corporation along with members of the Nebraska Angels organization and individual accredited investors. Program sponsors include the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development, Union Bank and Trust, NUtech Ventures, Nebraska Innovation Campus, and the University of Nebraska along with many other companies and organizations.
Adolade – Location-based mobile rewards platform
Athletepreneur – Online network & marketplace for athletes
Commissioner.io – Sports league management platform
DigiWidgets – Plug-in graphic editing engine for websites
MusicSpoke – Music publishing platform & marketplace for composers
Pixobot – Software platform for robotics in agriculture
Turnstile Cards – Mobile fan loyalty platform
WHAT IS A CoderDojo?
CoderDojos are a global movement of open source, volunteer led coding clubs that are free for young people. AIM is excited to bring this unique opportunity to Lincoln!
A CoderDojo session allows students to work creatively and at their own pace in developing skills in a programming language. It is not a class, there is no homework, and
kids work under the guidance of volunteer mentors from education and industry. All sessions are free of charge, though space is limited – register early.
The only rule of the CoderDojo is “be cool!” This means coming with an attitude that is ready to learn code and collaborate respectfully with one another.
Participant and sponsor registration is now open for the 2014 Nebraska Software Builders Challenge.
More Details Coming Soon!
WHERE: Peter Kiewit Institute, Room 158, 1110 S. 67th St., Omaha, NE 68182
WHEN: April 19, 8:30-5:00
Join serial entrepreneur and Lean Startup evangelist Kevin Dewalt on Saturday, April 19 and learn how to do Helpful Marketing™ – a strategy he created for winning customers worldwide by helping them solve problems through content & conversations.
Wondering if this Workshop is for YOU?
If you’re a startup … you don’t know enough potential customers to do your Customer Development.
If you’re a service provider or freelancer … you don’t know enough potential customers to get more work.
If you’re a small business owner … you don’t know enough potential customers to expand.
Join the Startup Lincoln community every other Friday afternoon from 4:00pm-6:00pm for an opportunity to share ideas, find out about the latest startup activities around town, meet co-founders and teammates, maybe even share a tasty brew from Lincoln’s newest microbrews. In addition to a chance to meet fellow folks interested in startups, we’ll have an “open mic” night where you can sign up to pitch your idea, promote your startup activity, or ask a question to the group.
Date: Friday afternoons
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Place: FUSE Coworking
800 P. St. (3rd Floor above the Mill in the Haymarket)
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Catalyst offers entrepreneurs and small businesses a place they can use for creative thinking, collaboration, planning, networking and learning. Learn more about this new community resource from Union Bank & Trust.Catalyst, 350 Canopy Street, Suite 130, (entrance faces North 7th Street), Lincoln, NE
In Part I David and Elizabeth focused on non-immigrant options for founders and members of startup companies. In this installment they will discuss options for permanent residence for those individuals working for startups. If we’re lucky enough that Congress has passed reform relevant legislation, David and Elizabeth will discuss its impact and who is covered, and if still no reform they will highlight the tricks that have been used over the years to support startup green card aspirants.
If you are in the area, we welcome you to join us at the Catalyst in Lincoln’s Railyard. If you are joining us from a distance, you can watch the discussion online and also tweet your questions live during the chat at https://twitter.com/Immigration_BIL
Learning and meeting with Open Source enthusiasts, with a special emphasis on Ruby and Ruby-on-Rails. Discuss Open Source topics, meet other developers and interesting folks. Presentations, workshops, hack-fests and more. Find out about interesting projects and opportunities to use your skills.
Location: FUSE Coworking, 800 P Street, Lincoln, NE (3rd Floor above The Mill)
Time: Starts at 6:30 PM
Date: Wednesday, April 9th