Last week’s Queens Tech Night featured former President Obama staff member and current New York City CTO, John Paul Farmer discussing some of NYC’s leading technology and smart city initiatives.
The session proved to be another great evening of NYC tech education and was held at the incredibly well-designed Museum of the Moving Image. My event-producer colleagues may want to keep this impressive venue in Astoria, Queens, NY in mind as an option for holding meetings and events. It’s a very cool space.
Over 200 NYC tech enthusiasts attended the session where the stylish, comfortable and well-equipped auditorium was full.
Last week’s meeting marks two Queens Tech event hits – at two incredibly interesting venues – in a row.
Everyone I spoke with during the networking session said they were looking forward to the third meeting, which event organizers said will take place in the spring. – Russ DeVeau
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The photo on top is a picture of New York City CTO, John Paul Farmer presenting to a full auditorium at the second Queens Tech Night held last week in Astoria, Queens, NY.
The four photos above give a glimpse of the large crowd of tech enthusiasts at the event (with the bottom left photo taken by event organizers) and the creative and inviting space at the Museum of the Moving Image.