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    First Fridays, Robotics, Quantum, Semicoductor, SVGTUG , Bernstein, Salsa 1. Fr Apr 1 6pm til late Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Event 2. Sa Apr 2
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      First Fridays, Robotics, Quantum, Semicoductor, SVGTUG , Bernstein, Salsa

      1. Fr Apr 1 6pm 'til late Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Event
      2. Sa Apr 2 9am-3pm Francophile Robotics SIG Free Event
      3. Mo Apr 4 8-10pm Francophile Sciences SIG Free Lecture
      4. Tu Apr 5 8a-6pm Francophile Semicoductor SIG Free Symposium
      5. We Apr 6 6-9pm Francophile SVGTUG SIG Free Event
      6. Th Apr 7 12-1pm Francophile Business SIG Free Lecture
      7. Th Apr 7 7-9pm Francophile Salsa SIG Free Lessons


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      Fr Apr 1 6pm 'til late Francophile Arts & Culture SIG Free Event
      JOIN US for the next South FIRST FRIDAYS art walk !
      6pm 'til LATE — ART WALK venues are free and open to the public

      First Fridays are Opera Night at Caffé Trieste with some of the
      Bay Area's best opera singers performing your favorite arias and duets.

      Anno Domini // the second coming of Art & Design – 366 South First St.
      Opening Reception:
      On view in galleryTWO: Funerals new works by Mike Egan
      Live Music: Lady Lazarus
      Art Glass Center of San Jose – 465 South First St.
      Higher Fire Clayspace & Gallery – 499 South Market St.
      Take in our eclectic display of earthy creations, play at the clay table,
      and watch the potters juggling clay, water, and fire!
      KALEID gallery – 88 South Fourth St.
      Opening Reception: Succor In Honor of the Life and Art of Jessica Beerli
      Phantom Galleries – art exhibits in vacant storefronts and alternative spaces
      386 South First St: The Pallet Knife Dance… paintings by Ruthy Gold
      San Jose Jazz at Eulipia Restaurant – 374 South First St.
      Panthelion is the leading archetype of a dynamic new musical genre
      San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles – 520 South First St.
      Make fabric/ribbon roses using a fabric folding technique! (7-9pm)
      SLG Art Boutiki & Gallery – 577 South Market St.
      All plus live Jazz
      Works San Jose – 365 South Market St.
      Come help us celebrate our new space-in-progress and talk with us
      Caffé Trieste – 315 South First St.
      Opening Reception: Preconscious by Centa Schumacher
      Downtown Yoga Shala – 450 South First St.
      Opening Reception: Encounter new work by Melissa Kreisa
      Join us after Candlelight Yoga (6-7:30pm)
      Good Karma Vegan Café – 37 South First St.
      Opening Reception: Trained Wild Animal new paintings
      METRO Photo Exhibit – 550 South First St.
      Pho69 – 321 South First St.
      Opening Reception: Janice Kirkpatrick Visionary Reflections
      Pho69 also features live contemporary music on First Fridays.
      Psycho Donuts – 288 South Second St.
      South First Billiards & Lounge – 420 South First St.
      A Night of Foolishness and Whimsy Art
      Art Ark – 1035 South Sixth St.
      Opening Reception: Bane: an exhibition of drawings and prints

      SoFA district in downtown San Jose
      (on South First Street between San Carlos & Reed Streets)



      Sa Apr 2 9am-3pm Francophile Robotics SIG Free Event
      FIRST Robotics Silicon Valley Regional Competition -
      FUN for Spectators! Bring your kids!!
      The FIRST Robotics Competition is an exciting, multinational
      competition that teams professionals and young people to solve
      an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive
      way. The program is a life-changing, career-molding experience
      and a lot of fun. In 2011, the competition will reach over
      28,000 high-school-aged young people on over 1,125 teams in 33
      regional events. Our teams came from Brazil, Canada, France,
      Israel, Mexico, the U.K., and almost every U.S. state. The
      competitions are high-tech spectator sporting events, the
      result of lots of focused brainstorming, real-world teamwork,
      dedicated mentoring, project timelines, and deadlines.
      Colleges, universities, corporations, businesses, and
      individuals provide scholarships to our participants. Involved
      engineers experience again many of the reasons they chose
      engineering as a profession, and the companies they work for
      contribute to the community while they prepare and create their
      future workforce. The competition shows students that the
      technological fields hold many opportunities and that the basic
      concepts of science, math, engineering, and invention are
      exciting and interesting.
      San Jose State University Event Center
      290 South 7th Street San Jose, CA, 95192


      Mo Apr 4 8-10pm Francophile Sciences SIG Free Event
      The Department of Physics is pleased to announce that the
      annual Robert Hofstadter Memorial Lectures will be given this
      year by Prof. David Mermin of Cornell University:
      'Spooky Actions at a Distance'
      (discussing Einsteins objection to quantum mechanics)


      Hewlett Teaching Center, 370 Serra Mall, Rm. 200,
      Stanford University


      Tu Apr 5 8a-6pm Francophile Semicoductor SIG Free Symposium
      Join us for the TSMC 17th Annual Technology Symposium...
      "The trusted technology and capacity provider"
      The Symposium starts with registration at 8:00 a.m. and ends at
      5:15 p.m., with a reception immediately following.
      To ensure the quality of your networking opportunities, all attendees
      will go through a registration screening process.
      You'll come away with:
      Knowledge on the latest trends and industry viewpoints
      First-hand information on 28nm and 20nm advanced technologies
      Information about the newest programs that support manufacturing excellence
      Ideas on how to increase functionality and improve quality by selecting the best platform for your design
      The most up-to-date developments in backend technology
      What's new in design service integration

      San Jose McEnery Convention Center
      150 San Carlos Street
      San Jose, CA 95113


      We Apr 6 6-9pm Francophile SVGTUG SIG Free Event
      Visualize your data with Google Fusion Tables
      Google Fusion Tables offers a unique and easy way to upload, store,
      visualize, and share your data.
      This session will walk you through all the steps to use Fusion Tables in your
      own applications. You will learn how to upload data to Fusion Tables,
      share this data with others, and create an interactive visualization
      of the data using the Google Maps API.
      6:00 - 7:00 Networking
      7:00 - 7:15 Announcements
      7:15 - Fusion Tables

      Googleplex (Bldg. 43)
      1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA


      Th Apr 7 12-1pm Francophile Business SIG Free Event
      Every Thursday 12-1pm Business SIG Free Event
      Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium Spring 2011
      Mark Bernstein
      Former CEO, PARC, a Xerox Company

      Since Fall 2002, the Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering has
      hosted the Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium (SVLS). The Symposium
      hosts industry and technology leaders to talk about business and
      technology trends. It also features prominent leaders who discuss
      broader societal and political issues that shape our life and
      For more information contact Dr. Ahmed Hambaba, Associate Dean of
      Graduate & Extended Studies, College of Engineering:
      The symposia take place every Thursday from 12- 1pm in the
      Engineering building auditorium, ENG 189.
      College of Engineering @ San Jose State University
      One Washington Square San Jose CA-95192


      Th Apr 7 7-9pm Francophile Salsa SIG Free Lessons
      In its 7th year of operation.
      Ask Jimmy for the Francophiles.
      We have free Salsa lessons offered this week.
      Access the website for directions and more info.
      Thursdays: Beginning: 7:00 - 7:50; Intermediate: 8:00 - 9:00
      Miraido Village Apt. Clubhouse
      550 N. 6th St. San Jose, CA 95112
      Contact: Jimmy B 408-568-9547 jimmy@...


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