Managing to Milestones & #JFDI Recap

The Redmond thinkspace office had its first Acceleration Services event to talk about the importance of project management. The event was held on Friday, May 30th with panelists Liz Pearce, CEO of LiquidPlanner; Trent Scott, CEO of Rainleader and Director of Sales and Marketing at Mouseflow; and Brenda Reed, Project Launch Manager at thinkspace. Josh Anderson, CEO of One into Many, was our moderator. Notable take-aways […]

Get Ready for Seattle Mind Camp- The Practical Guide

This post has been republished from Seattle Mind Camp 7 is coming up fast.  For those of you who aren’t sure what to expect, this guide will hopefully give you a bit of an orientation.  Even you Mind Camp veterans might want to look over the details, here, as a few things have changed […]

Seattle Mind Camp 7- August 20th at thinkspace

Chaos, creativity, and collaboration unlike anything else you’ve ever experienced. Join us for Seattle Mind Camp on August 20th-21st here at thinkspace. Seattle Mind Camp is a 24-hour self-organizing unconference designed for anyone interested in connecting with creative and technology obsessed Seattleites. “The Mind Camp experience seeks to leverage that idea by completely doing away with […]

Mobile App Hackathon at thinkspace

On Saturday, July 16th we hosted the AT&T Developer Program’s Mobile App Hackathon! The event started first thing Saturday morning at 9am in our coworking space. Lightning talks from developer support reps started at 10am and by 11am the room was split into teams working away on different code ideas! We had 135+ developers networking, […]

Networking Without The Business Talk at Schmooze & Booze

Schmooze & Booze is a monthly networking event designed to bring business professionals together to talk about something other than their work or business. I know, the idea sounds a bit strange when labeled as a “networking event.” However, keep in mind that in business you’re more likely to do repeat business with someone you […]

CAMBadge a Mobile App for Face-to-Face Networking

There’s a new networking app called “CAMBadge“. I saw this app at the AT&T Mobile Hackathon that we held here last weekend. The CAMbadge is the name badge that always has your information correct and can help you remember the people you meet at events. Just tap the screen and it takes a picture of […]

July Wine Wednesday Recap- Meet The Parnassus Group and Darby Winery

Wine Wednesday was a hit last night! We had a great turnout at the event and many of the attendees were totally new to the Redmond and thinkspace community (welcome!).  Hosting events like Wine Wednesday is one of my favorite parts of my job. Wine Wednesday is designed to be a casual networking event. However, […]

5 Reasons to Attend a Hackathon

A hackathon is an event where developers meet to do collaborative computer programming. The term “hackathon”  is a mashup of the programmer slang word hack, and a marathon (you know, that really long distance foot race- 26.2 miles to be precise).  Some companies organize internal hackathons to develop new products and features as quickly as possible. A […]

Sales Symposium- Get Ready to Drink From the Fire Hose!

Sales Symposium- Friday, February 25th 2-4pm Join us for an afternoon of peer learning and discussion designed to support your company’s sales goals. thinkspace members, Matt Heinz and Brian Hansford will be sharing their sales expertise with the group.  They will take us through four categories pertaining to the sales process: Prospecting Closing the sale […]