Featured on the Philly Tech Week 2019 Calendar Join entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, tech pros, and influencers in Doylestown for the second evening of talks from experienced and new startups, plus presentations
Featured on the Philly Tech Week 2019 Calendar
Join entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, tech pros, and influencers in Doylestown for the second evening of talks from experienced and new startups, plus presentations and music from local artists.
– Chip Childers | CTO, Cloud Foundry
– Reid Moncada | Founder and CEO, Chute Laundry
– Mandee K. Hammerstein | Leader, The Hammerstein Center
– Music by Jamie Stem
– Pizza by Jules Thin Crust
– Brews from Triumph Brewery
Admission is only $10 (or $5 for students) to support the local talent, businesses, and food/beverage providers who make the high-quality experience possible.
Your ticket includes pizza from Jules Thin Crust and beer courtesy of Triumph Brewery.
Grab your ticket through EventBrite. No door sales.
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CTO, Cloud Foundry
A Bucks County local, Chip has spent 20 years in large-scale computing and open source software. In 2015, he became the co-founder of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, an open source, multi-cloud application platform as a service.
He was the first VP of Apache Cloudstack, a platform he championed while leading Enterprise Cloud Services at SunGard and then as VP Product Strategy at Cumulogic. Prior to SunGard, he led the rebuild of mission-critical applications for organizations including IRS.gov, USMint.gov, Merrill Lynch and SEI Investments.
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Founder and CEO, Chute Laundry
A Doylestown native, Reid founded Chute out of his Penn State dorm room in early 2018. More than a traditional laundry service, Chute uses computer vision bring insights to users and brands on exactly what someon is wearing and how often they’re wearing it.
Chute is expanding quickly with locations in State College and Philadelphia with multiple commercial contracts and has attracted backing from Silicon Valley’s Draper University and NYC-based XRC Labs.
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Mandee K. Hammerstein
Leader, The Hammerstein Center
Mandee K. Hammerstein is known best locally for her launching work of cultural institutions, artist-initiatives, and new businesses including the Bucks County Children’s Museum, Bucks County Playhouse, and New Feathers Productions.
Mandee’s latest mission is leading the effort to save and preserve Oscar Hammerstein II’s home in Doylestown and turn it into a multifaceted, Broadway history & house museum.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
52-54 E Oakland Ave, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901