Philadelphia Area New Media Association

Call For Speakers: PANMA Show And Tell

Hello everyone!

It is that time of year again PANMA.org is looking for presenters to share work they have done this year with our amazing, innovative Philadelphia community for the 2017 PANMA Annual Show & Tell on Thursday May 18th!

If you are interested and want to submit your idea for our Show & Tell:

  • Use this link for PANMA Show & Tell to complete your submission form by 4.28.17
  • You’ll need to be able to present your topic in approx 5 minutes, and we ask that your presentation be no longer than 10 screens/slides.
  • You’ll need to submit a PDF of your presentation by 5pm Friday 5.12.17 so it can be integrated into the evening program and event.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a review call, email us at panma-board@googlegroups.com

What’s New For You? Pitches, Projects & Passions

What’s New For You? Pitches, Projects & Passions

Share your latest elevator pitch, project or passion for work, rest or play. Have you learned something new you want to share? Do you have an elevator pitch you want to practice? Have you taken a different path to follow your passion? Enjoy some IRL (In Real Life) networking with our incredible, innovative and fun PANMA community which includes designers, artists, developers, programmers, content strategists, information architects, marketers and everything in between.

What you’ll learn & share:

  • Cheap Beer Specials & Dandan noodles
  • Perfect Your Elevator Pitch
  • Become Fluent In Casual Conversation
  • Clarify Your Project Description
  • New Resources for Designers & Developers
  • Inspiration and Where To Find It
  • What’s New in the PANMA Community

Date: July 2017
Location: TBD
Time: Networking from 6pm until 8pm.
Register today:http://panmaapr2017.eventbrite.com

Welcome to the Internet of Things!

Welcome to the Internet of Things!

Join us as we jump into the Internet of Things (IoT) and explore how they are developed, what you need to know to get started and why connecting things to the internet may not always be the best answer. Then come along to continue the conversation and networking at Han Dynasty! (3711 Market Street)

What You will Learn:

  • What is the Internet of Things?
  • How to get started in developing a IOT device.
  • How do these devices collect and use data?
  • Look at the latest IOT and whats just around the corner.

Date: Thursday, March 30, 2017
Location: Univ. of PA Wharton School, Huntsman Hall, 3730 Walnut Street, Phila PA 19104
Room: 265
Time: Doors open at 5:30. Program from 6pm – 7:00. Networking to follow at Han Dynasty.
Register today:
http://panmamar2017.eventbrite.com

About the Speaker:
Anthony Altieri is the founder of Omnes Solutions LLC as well as the IDIoT in Chief (Instructional Developer for the Internet of Things). He is a maker, focusing on user analytics and bringing the virtual learning world and the real world together through the use of IoT and other devices using xAPI. Anthony has lectured to audiences on topics ranging from the spread of HIV to network security to content development and usage analytics.

Legal For Design And Tech: Some Business Basics

Legal For Design And Tech: Some Business Basics

Join PANMA and the Society for Technical Communications to learn about key legal issues members of the tech-creative community need to know. Local attorney Heather Winett, www.winettlaw.com, will give pointers for strengthening business relationships and protecting work product, whether you are an independent contractor, startup, employer or employee. Learn how to stay out of court and on task!

What you’ll learn:

  • Selecting and registering a business name
  • Options for business formation (sole proprietorship vs. LLC vs. corporation, etc.)
  • Options for independents to work together
  • Internal documentation for operating a small business
  • Getting it in writing: contracts (terms & conditions; scope of work)
  • Copyright and trademark basics
  • Developing a legal “attytude”: accepting the law for what it is

Date: Thursday, February 23, 2017
Location: Univ. of PA Wharton School, Huntsman Hall, 3730 Walnut Street, Phila PA 19104
Room: 265
Time: Doors open at 5:30. Program from 6pm – 7:30. Networking until 8pm.
Register today:
http://panmafeb2017.eventbrite.com

About the speaker: Heather C. Winett is a sole practitioner in Philadelphia with over 30 years experience in the private, corporate and government sectors. Heather focuses on helping small businesses in a range of industries with startup, transactions, government licensing, and real estate issues. She is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Developing a Mobile Game for iOS & Android

Developing a Mobile Game for iOS & Android

Join us for the new year and learn about designing and launching a game for a mobile platform. You won’t want to miss this event! Joe Kauffman, FireMapleGames.com, a local company, will be speaking about his experience in launching several successful games (one of which was downloaded more than 3.5 million times), what’s involved, and what you need to know to get started.

What you’ll learn:

  • What is involved in building a game
  • What are the tools and how long it takes
  • What makes a good game
  • Walk through “Return to Grisly Manor”
  • Storyboarding and graphic design basics
  • Coding, testing and launching basics
  • How to track results
  • Tools to promote your games

Date: Thursday, Jan 26, 2017
Location: Univ. of PA Wharton School, Huntsman Hall, 3730 Walnut Street, Phila PA 19104
Room: 265
Time: Doors open at 5:30. Program from 6pm – 7:30. Networking until 8pm.
Register today:
http://panmajan2017.eventbrite.com

About the speaker: Joe Kauffman is the president of Fire Maple Games. Fire Maple Games is a game development studio known for creating “The Secret of Grisly Manor,” which has reached #1 paid iPhone app in 16 stores and has been downloaded more than 3.5 million times. This success was replicated by their later release “The Lost City”. Joe has been building games for 10+ years and loves designing, creating and playing games.

Sponsors – if you’re interested in sponsoring PANMA learn more at: http://panma.org/sponsor-panma/
Join the PANMA Google Group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/panma

PANMA-PhillyCHI-PhillyPUG 2016 Holiday Party

PANMA-PhillyCHI-PhillyPUG 2016 Holiday Party

We’re delighted to announce that PhillyPUG, the Philadelphia Python Users Group, is joining PANMA and PhillyCHI to co-sponsor the celebration of another year in Philly’s creative-tech community. This year, we’ve got a fantastic private space at the Ruba Club in Northern Liberties! Grab some food, say hello to friends old and new, and play a game of ping-pong or pool.

Your ticket includes light bites and a drink ticket. See you there!
Details:
Location: Ruba Club, 416 Green Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2016
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Photo credit Korey Aversa
See Visit Philly for more things to do in our wonderful city!
http://www.visitphilly.com/articles/philadelphia/must-see-holiday-attractions-in-philadelphia/#sm.0015fni2k5uje6y10kd27n5hqbrln

This event requires a ticket ($7.00)
Register and buy your ticket here: https://panma-phillychiparty16.eventbrite.com

DISCLAIMER:
Neither PANMA nor PhillyCHI nor PhillyPUG is responsible for the ingredients in the food or drinks served, and neither PANMA nor PhillyCHI nor PhillyPUG makes any statements or provides any warranties regarding food allergies, medical restrictions, religious or cultural preferences, or any other concern in connection with food or drinks served. By purchasing or otherwise receiving a ticket to attend, you agree to release PANMA, PhillyCHI, PhillyPUG and their representatives for any and all claims for loss, injury or damages arising from any occurrence or condition at the event.