UpTeching – Upcoming tech events of interest

It’s been a while since we published about upcoming events here, so here’s a little stab at it. We don’t tend to major on this kind of post, but if you want to get a regular heads up about upcoming events in London and the rest of Europe’s tech scene I recommenda few sources: Startup Digest newsletters for your city, Chinwag’s upcoming events listing, and the RougeFrog calendar.

• The upcoming NOAH 2010 Conference on 15 December in London is looking pretty good. You can email Marco Rodzynek for a registration code. The conference will be followed by a party at the Natural History Museum. There will be Seven keynotes from Google, Amazon, Lovefilm, Gameforge, eBay, Ogone, Kayak, Webres, and Sevenload. Also appearing will be Marc Samwer, Brent Hoberman, Luis Cabiedes, Lukasz Gadowski, Roberto Bonanzinga, Stefan Glaenzer and Klaus Hommels.

• TechCrunch Europe and UK Trade and Investment are organising a series of pitch workshops to help startups hone their pitch for events. These are free. The next on is on 23rd November. It is free to attend for qualified UK-based startups, which means any startup in Europe that also has a UK base of course. It gives you a chance to possibly pitch at a forthcoming TechCrunch Europe event as we tend to look at those startups coming through this UKTI filter. To register for the workshop, please go to Pitchnov2010 and select either the morning (10am-1pm) or afternoon (2pm-5pm) session.

Here’s a random selection of other upcoming events:

• In Manchester? Check out upcoming Techcelerate events
• Launch 48 Mobile
• Tech for Business
• Women for TEchnology
NextWomen Kitchen Dinner
• Le Web
• Apps World
Digital Surrey
• BIMA Awards
Startup, Berlin! (invite only)
• Working Capital 2010 – Rome
• Israeli-Palastinian Hackathon Weekend