Tuesday Technology and law The Computer Law Association will hold a roundtable featuring Scott Shipman, senior counsel at eBay, who will...

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Tuesday


Technology and law


The Computer Law Association will hold a roundtable featuring Scott Shipman, senior counsel at eBay, who will talk about privacy issues. Noon-1 p.m., Garvey Schubert Barer, 1191 Second Ave., 18th floor, Seattle. Cost: $25-$35. Information: www.gsblaw .com/resource/events.asp.


Thursday


Entrepreneurial learning


The Northwest Entrepreneur Network will hold Entrepreneur University, seminars and other events on topics including marketing, finance and operations. 7:30 a.m.- 8 p.m., University of Washington, HUB auditorium. Cost: $225-$325. Information: 425-564-5701 or www.nwen.org/program/eu.htm.


Saturday-Nov. 18


Computer conference


SC|05, an international conference on high-performance computing, will be in Seattle this year. Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates is scheduled to deliver a keynote address at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 15. Washington State Convention and Trade Center. Information: http://sc05.supercomputing.org/home.html.


Nov. 15


On outsourcing


A WSA dinner meeting will ask “Will Outsourcing Drive or Limit Washington’s Economic Growth?” and feature former Gov. Gary Locke and business leaders. 5-8 p.m., Westin Seattle hotel, 1900 Fifth Ave. Cost: $48-$80. Information: 206-448-3033, ext. 107, or www.wsa.org/outsourcing.


Nov. 17


Funding forum


TiE-Seattle will discuss investment trends and give entrepreneurs a chance to pitch their businesses. 6-9:30 p.m., Sheraton Bellevue hotel, 100 112th Ave. N.E. Information: www.tie-seattle.org.


Giving back


The Alliance of Technology and Women will hold a program on “Give a Little, Get a Lot!” Trish Millines Dziko of the Technology Access Foundation will talk about mentoring. 6-8:30 p.m., Mayflower Hotel, 405 Olive Way, Seattle. Cost: $25-$45. Information: www.atwinternational.org/chapters/seattle/upcoming_events.aspx.


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