There’s a new networking group, called 106miles, operating in the Silicon Valley area. I missed the first meeting, but the second meeting is going to be February 8th at 7pm. Here’s an excerpt from their description:
106 Miles is a networking group for entrepreneurial engineers in Silicon Valley. The plan is to get together once a month in a casual atmosphere, have a couple beers and a slice, and ask questions of an invited guest who has good stories to tell about starting a tech company. It’s basically a geek kegger with a slightly more directed chat in the middle.
Dave Sifry is going to be the guest, and the topic is “Third Time’s the Charm: the thrill of serial entrepreneurship”. Dave is an engaging speaker, and always seems to have really interesting things to say.