What do you get when the Tucson tech community walks into a party at a bar? Tucson Tech Talks at Sky Bar, a 100% solar powered bar. An event that provides the technology community with presentations by industry experts of various fields, along with technology exhibits by local artists, musicians, nonprofits, and businesses.
Join us on Thursday, June 7th for our first Tech Talk Forum with presenters from Microsoft, Xerocraft, and The Saguaro National Park! The one thing these various topics have in common is technology. Learn about what these technologists think about leadership & women in technology, various tech machines available today, and cacti microchip implants. In between talks a DJ will spin some original industrial melodies inspired by drum machines. Try your hand at playing a theremin and mingle with the wide diversity of technology folks. Watch a 3D printer create. You won’t want to miss this one of a kind event!
Get in on the groundfloor of this NEW FREE EVENT. Register today for a FREE DRINK TICKET (limited to the first 40 people to register). Get a nerdy dose of techy goodness on…
June 7, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Sky Bar Tucson
Tech Talk Program & Presenters
Allen Trevethan & Ben Myerson – CEO, CTO HouseTrevethan
Technologist Toolkit 101 – simple and effective resourses for modernizing any business process.
Holly Perreault – Business Coach and Former Chief of Staff at Microsoft
Chasing Unicorns: Recruiting, Hiring, & Retaining Women in Tech
Ray O’Neil – Chief Ranger, Division of Resource and Visitor Protection, Saguaro National Park
A brief overview of the saguaro cactus pit tag program, microchipping saguaros to prevent theft.
Dale Tersey – Executive Director, Xerocraft Hackerspace
Innovation, Collaboration and Development in a shared workshop environment for the 21st Century.
Jenny Stern – Marketing Strategist, Markit Rockit
A Theremin Story – the history, how to build and play a theremin.
A few more speakers and special guests will be added soon. Check back with us and join the community on Facebook. Don’t forget to be one of the first to register for a free drink ticket, while supplies last. If pre-registration is full, you can always come by and register at the door.