LaidOffCamp / SanFrancisco
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SanFrancisco

 

What

LaidOffCamp is an ad-hoc gathering of unemployed and self-employed people (including entrepreneurs and startups) who want to share ideas and learn from each other. LaidOffCamp SF is the first LaidOffCamp ever! You do NOT have to be unemployed to attend!

 

Sessions

  • see SanFranciscoSessions for the actual sessions that took place at the first LaidOffCamp in San Francisco.

 

Ideas for Next Time

If you were in the last session with Chris where everyone shared ideas about what to change about the next LaidOffCamp and you took notes, add your notes here.

 

When / Where

 

LaidOffCamp Networking Happy Hour / After Party

 

Planning and Volunteers

 

Who's Talking about LaidOffCamp SF

 

Sponsors

 

Hiring Companies

  • Altimeter Group
  • Apex Systems
  • CivicActions
  • ClickPass
  • Itemize
  • Leaders in Financial Education
  • Mobillcash
  • EMI Digital
  • State Farm Insurance

 

Comments (9)

emili said

at 5:13 am on Jun 22, 2010

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Frank Klung said

at 9:33 am on May 30, 2010

The iPad speakers are amazing. I'm on mine right now listening to the iPod and it's rather loud.<a href="http://www.ipadspeaker.org">ipad speaker</a>

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Tracy Pullman said

at 9:18 am on Mar 30, 2009

I am not sure where to post a job announcement. I am including the information below. However, if there is a better place to post this, please let me know!

Currently there are 26 open positions at Motorola in the Sunnyvale office. My team is specifically looking to hire a PHP engineer (see the description below). You can apply for this position at
http://motorolacareers.com/jobsearch_frames2.cfm?cntry=USA&w=search

Developer Infrastructure Engineer

Basic Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree in technical field (or equivalent).
- 3-5 years of experience working with dynamic websites.
- Experience with Linux Apache MySQL and PHP.
- Web design experience using XHTML CSS Javascript and AJAX is a plus.
- Experience with Mac OS X and Linux development preferred.

Scope of Responsibilities/Expectations
This position is responsible for helping build and strengthen Motorola’s ecosystem through the creation of web infrastructure services and systems that delivers member content, services, support, programs and communications to Motorola’s global development community. This online infrastructure is the foundation that supports the MOTODEV membership program, downloads, ecommerce, export compliance, database analytics, and more. The MOTODEV infrastructure must also seamlessly integrate with a variety of existing internal and external solutions, including developer support CRMs, MOTODEV Studio tools suite, vendor solutions catalogs, Motorola and vendor certification programs, etc. Ecosystem delivery vehicles that need to be supported by the infrastructure include the MOTODEV web portal, newsletters, email broadcasts and other push communications, tradeshows and contests, and community or social networking features such as forums/blogs/RSS, online education such as webinars.



michelle cadieux said

at 10:42 am on Mar 18, 2009

I was a speaker and have some resources, especially bay area networking events on my facebook page. http://profile.to/creativecommunications

Mary Fuller said

at 4:37 pm on Mar 3, 2009

Hey, this is a great idea. Unfortunately, I learned about it too late. I've started my own project that is meant to support folks to make their own opportunities in the Bay Area. We get together for networking, presenting our new ventures, provide feedback, contacts, etc and eat. Emphasis is on cultural or socially-progressive projects. It all happens over a good potluck-style meal. check it out, and let me know if you'd like to maybe present your project to the group for feedback/volunteers/sponsors,help, etc
http://www.soupstone.org

Kelli Joyner said

at 6:44 pm on Feb 18, 2009

I have been laid off myself in the past, and know how hard it can be. After that last scare, in addition to my accounting job, I started selling Mary Kay part-time...recently I quit my accounting job to to sell Mary Kay full-time. I'm always looking for people to join my team, if anyone is interested. We actually aren't looking for the "sales type." We don't want anyone too pushy. It's great flexibility, only $100 for a starter kit that has over $375 worth of full-size products to help you get started, the earning potential is unlimited, easy to earn prizes, great self-esteem, and my favorite part is making people feel better about themselves! If any of you want to hear more about it, please shoot me an email or give me a call, my info is on my website at: www.marykay.com/kellijoyner

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