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Technology Advice

500 Interstate Blvd. S
Nashville, TN 37210 (map)

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Contact Technology Advice office manager. They have a wonderful space they are sharing with the community.

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Past events that happened here

  • Tuesday
    Sep 13 2016
    NashCocktail

    Come and find your next TechStar or even your next employer, meet with potential clients and rub elbows with Nashville's most driven and motivated technology folks. Free beer aside, the networking will be worth the trip.

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  • Tuesday
    Jun 14 2016
    NashCocktail

    Established in July 2010, NashCocktail is a fun evening of casual networking, and free food and drinks.

    Each month, marketers, developers, digital specialists, recruiters and tech-related individuals network to meet new people, employees and friends. This is a stellar community of creative and supportive individuals who have a passion for their profession.

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  • Friday
    May 6 2016
    Teachers' Tech on Tap

    Topics: -TechnoNecromancy, The art of creating computer assets from "dead' computers using Linux ( bring a USB and a PC running windows if you would like to play along) -Creating a slack channel for teachers

    Meet and greet and share- talk about best practices, tech resources you have discovered, and ask questions

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  • Tuesday
    Apr 19 2016
    Nashville Girl Geek Dinner :: Code + Pinot Night

    Join us on Tuesday April 19th, 2016 @ 6:00 - 8:30pm for a lesson in how to write effective user stories

    Do you have an idea for a software product or tech business, or looking to take your product through its next iteration? Join Nashville Girl Geek Dinner and Nashville Music Technology for an exciting and interactive workshop at the next Code + Pinot, Tuesday April 19th, 6:00-8:30 PM at Technology Advice with our incredible instructors for the evening, Michelle Pauk and Chris Boyd, leaders in Scrum/ Agile and Product Management.

    Product design doesn't just come with saying, "Hey, I have an idea for a product" or "Hey, I have the greatest product that everyone will want to buy". We need to first understand the process of getting there! In this workshop, David Blutenthal, Co-Lead of Nashville Music Technology, will introduce his company, Moodsnap. We will take you through the exercise of how to develop a product vision, understanding personas, how to define features and ultimately how to write effective user stories that will define your product, or help take your current product to the next level.

    Join us in learning to crowdsource user story writing for the next iteration of your product!

    • Basic understanding of user stories
    • Learning to define what a user story is
    • Understand why we write user stories
    • Gain an understanding on what makes a good user stories

    Location: Technology Advice 500 Interstate Blvd Nashville, TN 37210

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