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March Flywheel Events

Website Coding Basics 1: Build Your Own Website
March 2, 5 & 9 from 6:00-8:30pm
In Website Coding Basics 1, you will learn the fundamentals of HTML to get you started in mastering the digital programming skills necessary for building a website. Click the link for more information and to register for this 3-night course! http://flywheelcoworking.com/code-camps/coming-soon-website-coding-basics-1-build-website/

Website Coding Basics 2: Make a Website Look Good
March 19, 23 & 26 from 6:00-8:30pm
Every website has a front end and a back end.  In this camp, you will learn intermediate front end skills specifically focusing on functional styling which is the code that makes a website look good to those visiting it.

Click the link for more information and to register! http://flywheelcoworking.com/code-camps/october-20-23-27-website-coding-basics-2-making-website-look-good/

Digital Marketing Camps
March 3rd & March 10th from 9:00-11:30am
Understanding and keeping up with digital marketing is like drinking from a fire hose. The goal of these courses is to take the mystery out of using the digital marketing toolbox for you to grow your business by providing excellent, affordable training in social media, the blogosphere, websites, email, and emerging technologies.

This is a three part series; sign up for one or two of the remaining sessions.

Follow this link for more information: http://flywheelcoworking.com/event/marketing-camps/

How to Protect a Start Up
March 16, 23 & 31 from 6:00-8:30pm
“How to Protect a Startup” offers a deep dive into legal, accounting, regulatory and risk management topics that are critical to startup success. Taught by a panel of experts from Flywheel’s partnering firms, this camp is offered in three evening sessions.

For more information and to register follow this link: http://flywheelcoworking.com/event/startup/

DataMax Speaker Series – Jason Caplain, Bull City Venture Partners
March 17th, 5:00-7:30pm
Join us for an intriguing and interactive conversation that could challenge everything you thought you knew about the investor-entrepreneur relationship and venture capital fundraising.

In 2014, while venture capitalists nationwide were raising 50% fewer new funds from limited partners, Durham-based Bull City Venture Partners (BCVP), a seed and early stage fund founded by Jason Caplain and David Jones, closed an oversubscribed $26 million third fund. BCVP’s mostly local partners included Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NC, Capitol Broadcasting Company, Cisco and Red Hat, as well as Grosvenor Capital Management, Industry Ventures and VC Brad Feld.

Whether you are an entrepreneur or an investor, BCVP’s approach to working with founders and with limited partners will illuminate the new landscape for both parties.

Follow this link for more information and to register: http://flywheelcoworking.com/event/datamax-217/

Idea Tap!
March 18th 5:30-7:30pm
Join us for an informal, bi-monthly gathering where inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs share great ideas, give and receive feedback, and tap into new networks to move their ideas forward. Idea Tap is an exciting mashup of pitches, feedback, on-the-fly discussions, and networking with like-minded innovators, resources, and champions.

Follow this link to register for the event: http://flywheelcoworking.com/event/ideatap/

Certified ScrumMaster Course
March 24th-26th
Flywheel is hosting Lean Agile Training’s (LAT) Certified ScrumMaster course + Agile Release Planning Workshop on March 24-26, 2015.  LAT’s approach is unique. Unlike others, they do a 2-day interactive CSM course plus a 1-day Agile Release Planning Workshop. The CSM course provides an applied understanding of the Scrum process and will help you begin to develop the tools, attitudes, and skills required to apply Scrum on your projects and across your organization. The ARP Workshop is optional, and highly recommended by attendees.

The course covers the basics of Scrum and some advanced topics, so that you will have the knowledge, the interest, and the motivation to use these ideas more effectively. You will not yet be a master at Scrum, but you will have enough knowledge and skill to get started and be successful.

Click the link for more information and to register! http://flywheelcoworking.com/code-camps/january-12-14-certified-scrummaster-course-agile-release-planning-workshop/

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