This Week's QS Meetups

This week there are nine QS meet ups planned all over the world. Follow the links below to learn more. You can also find the full list of the over 100 QS meet ups in the right sidebar. Don’t see one near you? Why not start your own!

 Monday (July 28th)

Bay Area, California
The original QS Meetup is hosting our 34th show&tell at the California College of the Art. Planned talks include topics such as stress tracking, Parkinson’s Disease, lifelogging, and diabetes.

Tuesday (July 29th)

Portland, Oregon
July’s theme for the Portland QS meetup is “Analyzing Your Data.” Join fellow self-trackers and a few guest from the Portland Data Science meetup group to talk about how you make sense of your data.

Phoenix, Arizona
Join a great group of QS enthusiasts while they get out of heat and discuss their latest self-tracking experiences.

Manchester, United Kingdom
Organizer, Ian Forrester, has put together another great meetup at the Manchester TechHub. If you’re in the area make sure to check it out!

Wednesday (July 30th)

Dallas/Fort-Worth, Texas
Checkout a wonderful group of trackers in the North Texas area.

Denver/Boulder, Colorado
Looks like a nice group is getting together for the revitalized Denver/Boulder QS meetup group. Can’t wait to see what they discuss!

Thursday (July 31st)

London, United Kingdom
The London QS meetup group continues in it’s strong tradition of hosting a larger group of self-trackers and technologists. There are always a great group of speakers sharing their experience and we’re excited to see and their show&tell videos soon.

Melbourne, Australia
Our friends over in Australia are putting together their 12th meetup and have a few speakers on the program. Near Melbourne? Consider joining!

Sunday (August 3rd)

Lincoln, Nebraska
A nice low-key meetup for the group in Lincoln. Looks like they’re going to focus on metabolism and hormone tracking for this meetup.

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