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9 Meetup Groups match “travel technology” near Boston, MA
This is a group for anyone interested in sharing Travel adventures, planning future travel trips, sharing travel ideas and tips, we can make this group whatever we choose, like having theme nights, and quarterly events or dinners to bring in new members, if you have the passion of travel and are either new to travel or have vast experience in traveling then this group could be what you are looking for! This is a casual group, no pressure, just fun and exciting to get together at various venues t …
Travel Massive Boston is a regular meet-up bringing together established travel brands, start-ups, and travel journalists/bloggers. We're part of Travel Massive, a global initiative to connect people in the travel industry locally, bringing together travel bloggers, brands, start-ups and socially engaged travelers. For more information on Travel Massive, including a calendar of events taking place in other cities worldwide, please visit http://www.travelmassive.com/
The National Information Security Group (NAISG) is a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and education of information security through the support of local and regional chapters. The Boston, founding chapter meets monthly at the Microsoft office in Cambridge, MA. Our members come primarily from the metropolitan Boston area, but we have a number that also travel from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Membership is always free to the general public, and is op …
This is an eclectic group for people with interests in art, culture, history, movies, travel, sports, music, theater, networking, etc.
(Gratefully ripped off from our sister group http://www.meetup.com/Geek-Culture-Group/) Meet up with other self-identified geeks. Interests include (but are not limited to) Sci-fi/Fantasy, Anime, Video games, Board games, Roleplaying games, Science and technology, Internet memes, and web comics. Rules: 1. In order to join the group you must answer all of the profile questions. A picture is not mandatory but does help to distinguish members with the same name. 2. If you attend an event you will r …
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This group is established to bring people of theHarvard community almunie,students and faculty together in different fields of science and to create a social network. The purpose of the group is to address the important of socialization in the community and to create travel adventures to expand the scale of learning and searching and benefit all the members of the community to meet together in a fun and enjoyable enviroment to share ideas ,thinking and experiences. Traveling always bring an a …
Greater Boston offers enormous cultural opportunities to encounter everyday in our communities, work places, schools, and universities. This meetup group is to take advantage of such wide-ranging cultural environment and to explore our cultural diversity expressed in art, music, academic events, food, or just gather for fun to get to know each other with different cultural backgrounds. Anybody who is interested in exploring multi-cultural events happening in Boston and Cambridge are welcomed to …
Some of the produce we eat travels an average of 1,400 miles from farm to plate. Food has to be picked and transported for days before they reach peak ripeness, compromising their taste and nutrition. Conventional methods of monocultural food production use large amounts of chemical pesticides and fertilizers that can also end up on our plates. Cities offer a number of resources for food production that have been traditionally overlooked. There are better ways to grow food right where we li …
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Travel with us as we migrate one of our strategic business applications from Windows Desktop to the Web. During this journey, we’ve decided to share our story as it happens. Each week we will post our experiences (the good and the bad) on our blog: http://desktoptoweb.blogspot.com/ and you can follow us on Twitter: @DesktoptoWeb. We will detail the technologies we’ve chosen and why we chose them. Our postings will likely range from what ORM we decide to use, to our struggles with JavaScrip …
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