Girls in Tech Boise is pleased to join TechBoise
for a Tech Community Holiday Extravaganza - are you coming?
Join us December 1st at Nebula Shift
(609 W. Main St, Boise) from 5:30 - 7:00 pm to kick off the Holiday Season in tech style.
That's right, 5:30pm! We are stepping into the night this month for a very special monthly Holiday meeting featuring an up and coming tech company, Apriori Controls.
Apriori is a start-up company that has developed software and hardware architecture to manipulate robotic arm. KIVI ran a story
a few weeks ago on how the Idaho Human Society is using the robotic arm. Scott Harris, CEO of Apriori, took 1st runner up in Kickstand
's Speed Dating in October and has been busy lining up investors and identifying potential licensees.
Join us December 1st and learn how Scott came up with the idea and continues to develop it as he builds a company in Boise.
We also encourage you to bring a toy for Santa's Toy Box at St. Luke's. St. Luke's accepts new, unwrapped toys and books for Santa's Toy Box. The items are made available to those families who are unable to provide a gift for their children. Some items to consider donating:
All plastic dolls
Movies on DVD (rated G, PG or PG-13)
Lift the flap board books
Board books in English and Spanish
I Spy or Look and Find Books
Cars and trucks
Lego or Bionicle kits
$10-$20 gift cards to places like Bath and Body Works, Old Navy, Walmart, Target, etc (please select a general print card rather than something Christmasy so they can be used year round)
New or slightly used PS2 games (rated E for everyone)
New or slightly used Wii games (rated E for everyone)
Our favorite Data Center Girl, Tina Rowhanian, and her company SolutionPro
are sponsoring the December event.