Meetups This Week

September 14, 2014

As the summer begins to close, QS groups are getting together all over to talk and share their experiences. During this next week, there are 8 groups getting together in four different countries. To see when the next meetup in your area is, check the full list of the over 100 QS meetup groups in the right sidebar. Don’t see one near you? Why not start your own!

Monday (September 15)
Austin, Texas
This meetup will feature fascinating talks on baby measurements and turning tracking data into art.

Tuesday (September 16)
Dublin, Ireland
All of the talks at this meetup will have a sports theme.

Wednesday (September 17)
Cincinnati, Ohio
The Cincinnati group will host a couple of great guest speakers who will talk about heart rate variability and wearable application development.

Raleigh, North Carolina
A nice, low-key meetup for the group in Raleigh.

Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
A group of trackers in the North Texas area will be getting together to talk about their self-tracking.

Thursday (September 18)
Groningen, Netherlands
This should be an intriguing meetup with talks on pH values, measuring physical load, and QS in health care.

Reno, Nevada
Reno is a brand new group and this meetup should be an auspicious start.

Manchester, England
The Manchester group will be getting together for a splendid conversation about QS.

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