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  • Monday
    Jun 27 2016
    Monday Python Flying Circus (Programmer Peer Mentoring Night)

    PDX Code Guild

    Bring your laptop. Learn and/or share your existing knowledge with others. This group focuses on Python, Django, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, CSS and HTML. Other languages are welcome.

    This week we will do introductions and then pair up mentors and learners and/or work on projects.

    Set aside one night a week to become a better developer, pick up new skills, and get help with your projects and learning. We'll have mentors on hand and a community of other learners to meet and work with.

    This event is beginner friendly, we can help get you started with programming, support your online learning, or just talk about where you are at and what comes next.

    Free parking! Save this number in case you need help finding us: (541)[masked] We are at 2626 SW Corbett Ave, two buildings down from the Portland State Business Accelerator, and near the International School. More Directions below.



  • Tuesday
    Jun 28 2016
    Lessons Learned: City of Portland's Move to the Cloud

    Collective Agency

    This group's MAIN purpose is for you to get your burning cloud questions answered. So please bring along your questions, your answers, and your willingness to discuss.

    In addition, we'll have an approximately 30-minute presentation.


      5:30 - arrive and have food, etc.
      6:00 - presentation (see below)
      6:30 - presenter will answer questions and we'll open it up to general questions
      7:30 - we'll start winding down


    Lessons Learned: City of Portland’s Move to the Cloud

    Over the last few years, the City of Portland has slowly moved a variety of services to cloud providers. The most prominent move was its transition to Microsoft Office 365. Come hear about what motivates, as well as paralyzes, organizations like the City from embracing the cloud. Logan Kleier will discuss how to handle organizational bureaucracy, limited internal technical skills, and budget concerns as part of the process of moving large organizations to cloud services.


    Logan Kleier is the CEO and Founder of SecondSight, a software analytics startup based in Portland. Prior to this, he was the Information Security Officer for the City of Portland where he managed policy and operational security for the City’s infrastructure and applications. He has also worked for the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) as well as several wireless and broadband startups in the DC area. Logan has a BA from Trinity University and a Masters from Georgetown.

  • Biz & Beer Downtown

    NedSpace Broadway

    Biz & Beer is back for the summer and we are going to have a kickass event. It's 100% free and we provide the food and drinks. There will be a photo booth to take pictures with your friends and a small talk to break things up. It's going to be a great time to meet new people and learn something cool in the process.

  • Working with TypeScript Definitions

    CSG Pro

    Join us for our June meeting where Peter Snider and James Churchill will be presenting "Working with TypeScript Definitions".


    6:00pm Networking and Snacks
    6:10pm Welcome and Announcements
    6:20pm Presentation

    Live Stream

    This event will be live streamed on Google Hangouts. Join us online if you can't make it to the event in Portland!


    Working with TypeScript Definitions

    Your TypeScript code doesn't live in isolation. In fact, almost every application that you develop using TypeScript will need to interact with libraries or frameworks that are written in JavaScript. Sometimes this code is from a third party, sometimes it's your own.

    TypeScript definition files allow you to leverage these assets in your projects, without having to sacrifice the benefits of working with pure TypeScript.

    In this talk, we'll show how to use the command line tool Typings to find and consume definition files for popular libraries and frameworks. We'll also walk through the process of writing your own definition file, for those times when a library or framework (either third party or your own) doesn't have a definition file available.

    About the Presenters

    Peter Snider

        recently: 'passionate about using TypeScript for full-stack development',
        previously: 'helped build all parts of connected and autonomous vehicle navigation and traffic systems'

    James Churchill

    James has worked extensively with a variety of technologies, including ASP.NET MVC, SQL Server, JavaScript, TypeScript, Knockout.js, and AngularJS. James, a self-confessed geek, enjoys talking about programming and learning new technologies. He recently joined the Treehouse team as a teacher and is excited to have the opportunity to help beginners become developers. James also enjoys participating in the greater Northwest developer community, presenting talks in Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Boise, Eugene, Salem, and Hood River.

  • Google Development Group (GDG) PDX Meetup - All About Kotlin

    This month we're going to discuss Kotlin! If you haven't heard of Kotlin, it's a new language created by JetBrains (the people behind the people behind Android Studio). Kotlin is 100% compatible with java and android, and can be used in existing android projects mixed with java classes. There is incredible IDE support and the language itself is very modern, borrowing many concepts from functional languages such as Scala, but being much more accessible to java developers.

    We will have a presentation about Kotlin basics and I encourage you to bring laptops to play with it as we will reserve some time for group work where we all play with the language together.

    If you want to participate in that portion of the meetup, please have Android Studio installed along with the Kotlin plugin.

    Details of Kotlin can be found at:


    As always, excellent food and drink will be provided by our generous sponsor, eBay

  • Advanced Wireless Networking Technologies

    Advanced Wireless Networking Technologies

    Discussion Format: Roundtable of the full membership

    Wireless networks in the business environment can be problematic. We will be discussing some advanced networking technologies and assessing which one is best for which scenario.

    We will discuss the following issues:

    What technologies do you use and what are the benefits?

    Open Mesh

    Mobile Beacon

    Powerline adapters


    What products do you use and what are the costs?









    Presented by Christian Martin: Denali Consulting (Open Mesh)

    David Harold: You PC Guru (Mobile Beacon)


    6:00--6:20 Networking

    6:20--7:00 No-host dinner

    7:00--7:30 Introductions and announcements

    7:30--8:30 Main Presentation (followed by Q&A):

  • Ruby on Rails PDX Monthly Meetup

    Visit our website for more information and sign up to join us.

  • RainSec

    Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

    RainSec is an informal group of like-minded security professionals who meet to discuss topics of interest in a non-work, non-vendor setting. Preferably while drinking just enough to forget our day jobs.

    While this is a public event open to any interested parties, our target audience is experienced information security professionals.

    Follow @PDXRainSec for updates & point your IRC client to #rainsec on freenode.

    This event is also on meetup.com. Invite your friends!

  • Dawn of Authors: Curtis C. Chen and Claire Humphrey

    Thomas Dunne Books presents a Science Fiction and Fantasy double feature! Join debut novelists Curtis C. Chen and Claire Humphrey as they read from their respective works. See below for details!


    A high-octane science-fiction spy thriller that puts a new spin on the outer space adventure, Curtis C. Chen’s WAYPOINT KANGAROO kicks off a blockbuster series full of adrenaline and intrigue. Meet Kangaroo, a superpowered secret agent who’s about to face his toughest mission yet: Vacation.

    “Sci-fi fans will love this fun, high-tech adventure.” - Kirkus Reviews

    Info: http://www.waypointkangaroo.com/


    In her extraordinary debut, SPELLS OF BLOOD AND KIN, Claire Humphrey deftly weaves her paranormal world with vivid emotional depth and gritty violence. Bringing together themes of death, addiction, and grief, Humphrey takes readers on a human journey that goes beyond fantasy.

    “exciting and furiously paced” - Publishers Weekly

    Info: http://us.macmillan.com/spellsofbloodandkin/clairehumphrey


    MORE #DAWNOFAUTHORS EVENTS: https://www.facebook.com/curtis.c.chen/events


Next two weeks

  • Wednesday
    Jun 29 2016
    Homebrew Website Club PDX

    Ankeny Tap and Table

    Are you building your own website? Your own personal bot? RSS/Twitter/IRC/Slack reader? Personal publishing web app? Or some other digital magic-cloud proxy? If so, come on by and join a gathering of people with likeminded interests. Bring your friends that want to start a personal web site. Exchange information, swap ideas, talk shop, or help work on a project!

  • Docker PDX Meetup #13

    Puppet Labs

    We will have talks by Adrian Cockroft from Battery Ventures and Mike Coleman from Docker!


    6:30 - Welcome, networking, food and drinks

    7:00 - Mike Coleman: DockerCon Recap

    Mike is responsible for creating technical content to help customers come up to speed on Docker and its related components. Prior to joining Docker this summer he spent about 15 months at Puppet Labs working in product management. And, before all that he spent time at VMware, Microsoft, Intel, and HP in both product management / marketing as well as IT engineering. Outside of work Mike enjoys riding his motorcycles around Oregon's backroads, spending time with his wife and kids, and supporting the Portland Timbers (that's a soccer team). You can find him on Twitter as @mikegcoleman.

    7:45 - Adrian Cockroft: Microservices: What's Missing

    Discussion of techniques to solve common problems that people run into when microservices are in production and being updated continuously in large organizations.

    Adrian Cockcroft has had a long career working at the leading edge of technology. He’s always been fascinated by what comes next, and he writes and speaks extensively on a range of subjects. At Battery, he advises the firm and its portfolio companies about technology issues and also assists with deal sourcing and due diligence.

    Before joining Battery, Adrian helped lead Netflix’s migration to a large scale, highly available public-cloud architecture and the open sourcing of the cloud-native NetflixOSS platform. Prior to that at Netflix he managed a team working on personalization algorithms and service-oriented refactoring.

    Adrian was a founding member of eBay Research Labs, developing advanced mobile applications and even building his own homebrew phone, years before iPhone and Android launched. As a distinguished engineer at Sun Microsystems he wrote the best-selling “Sun Performance and Tuning” book and was chief architect for High Performance Technical Computing.

    He graduated from The City University, London with a Bsc in Applied Physics and Electronics, and was named one of the top leaders in Cloud Computing in 2011 and 2012 by SearchCloudComputing magazine. He can usually be found on Twitter @adrianco.

    8:40 - Wrap up and networking

    Special thanks to Puppet for space and Century Link for food and drinks!

  • Presentation/Discussion Night Combo: WWDC/Layers Recap Edition

    Plus QA

    Sorry for the super late notice everyone, but I'm going to have to postpone the meeting until next week. But, in doing so, we'll have Marc Charbonneau back from his trip to SF and he went to Layers while he was there! So he'll give us a recap of the highlights of Layers and then we'll go over the "can't miss" sessions and highlights of WWDC 2016.

    Hope to see you there!


  • Thursday
    Jun 30 2016
    Frontend Peer Mentoring

    PDX Code Guild

    Join us for an evening of frontend programming! Bring your laptop, and something you want to learn, try, or build. Save this phone number in case you need directions. (541)[masked]

    Come to learn and/or share your existing knowledge with others. We cover HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery and more. Our event is for all levels from beginner to advanced. Come to learn and/or to mentor.

    This week we will do introductions at 6:20 pm and invite attendees to ask and answer questions and help each other with programming issues.

  • Code Oregon Labs - June 2016

    Code Fellows


    6:00 pm - Doors Open/Registration/Networking/Setup 6:30 pm - Presentation 7:00 pm - Co-working/Collaborating/Tutor 8:30 pm - Clean up/Leave


    Code Fellows invites online learners of all stripes to Code Oregon Labs for some free tutoring from industry professionals! Bring your laptop and a desire to learn.

    As a monthly community event, we strive to lower barriers for entering tech to ultimately increase diversity in talent.

    Together with Code Oregon and generous volunteers from the #pdxtech community, Code Fellows is happy to host this event. Each month, our goal is a 6:1 tutor-to-learner ratio.

    Look for pizza and beverages!

  • BSD Pizza Night
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    A meeting of folks interested in Copy Free licenses, primarily BSD operating systems. We get together eat pizza, drink beer, and talk about what interesting things have been going on.

  • Friday
    Jul 1 2016
    NewTech PDX Thought Leader Coffee with Kedma Ough

    NedSpace Broadway

    Join us for Thought Leader Coffee on the first (or sometimes the second) Friday of every month.

    This month we have Kedma Ough of the Small Business Development Center.

    Portland has one of the most vibrant tech communities in the country, and the more we support our tech ecosystem, the more we'll all experience and create together!

    Entry to the meetup is $5 per person (with online RSVP), or $10 at the door.

    7:30 am - Doors Open / Coffee / Get to know your community
    8:00 am - Thought Leader Talk
    9:00 am - Wrap-up

  • First Fridays Free Days

    Collective Agency

    RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/576112569215781/ or http://www.meetup.com/Collective-Agency-community-workplace/events/231889333/

    Come work and have conversations at Collective Agency during our First Fridays Free Days, and join an optional potluck lunch.

    Members, come as usual, and you can bring guests, it’ll be the same for you as it is every day but with more people here.

    Comment below with the time you expect to be here, what you’ll be working on (you can include a link to a website or social media), and what you’re looking for, and more people will be here for you.

    Schedule: • 9am – Open for free • 12pm – Optional potluck lunch • 5pm – End of Open House

    People here for free will have access to the loft room, the kitchen, conference rooms, computer monitors, and restrooms, but not locker storage. You can come in groups of up to 14 people. There are no age restrictions.

    The community guidelines are the core of the terms of service: http://collectiveagency.co/community-guidelines

  • AgilePDX Dntn Pub Lunch: How do Agile developers feel about DevOps?

    How do Agile teams think and feel about DevOps?

    DevOps is a term for a group of concepts that, while not all new, have catalyzed into a movement and are rapidly spreading throughout the technical community. Like any new and popular term, people have somewhat confused and sometimes contradictory impressions of what it is.

    Here’s one take: DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support.

    Here's another: DevOps is also characterized by operations staff making use many of the same techniques as developers for their systems work - such as: using source control to testing to participating in an Agile development process - like sprints or kanban and regular check-ins to communicate with the entire team.

    You may have your own take - so come join the discussion and share.

    The Downtown Pub Lunchers care enough to have voted this topic in last month with a participating attendance of 40 pub grub munching agilists. Come on down and help us sort this one out. You probably have the answer. There’s beer, and we’ll be in the back.

  • Startup Happy Hour PDX ★ Two Year Anniversary!
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    Commons Brewery

    Startup Happy Hour PDX is a monthly party for the Portland startup scene.

    Come celebrate our two year celebration of community & internet freedom!


    RSVP: http://meetup.com/StartupHappyHour

  • Tuesday
    Jul 5 2016
    Coding Summer Camps
    Catlin Gable School

    CodeVana is partnering with Catlin Gabel Summer Camps to bring four exciting summer camps. Through these camps children will discover the joy of coding. These camps are created by industry professionals and students and will be week long in the beautiful 60-acre campus in Southwest Portland of the Catlin Gabel School. Sessions run July 5 - July 22, 2016, and are open to all children in the Portland metro area. Please REGISTER at https://www.catlin.edu/page.cfm?p=1005&LockSSL=true and bring the joy of coding not only to your child but also youth who don't have access. Sign up for the camp and help youth who do not have the resources to enjoy a free coding camp through CodeVana’s Community Building initiative. The four camps offered are as follows:

    CodeVana: Digital Game Explorers [July 5-8th] In this summer camp, students are introduced to the joy of coding and programming through games, simulations and they will also learn to become digital creators by creating minecraft mods or digital newspapers/videos. They will present their work in an end of the week show and tell. Students ages 7-10 have an option of full day camp or a half day camp.

    CodeVana: Breakaway with Code & Things [July 5-8th] [July 18-22nd] In this summer camp, 10-14 year old students will learn to code, make, play while using Internet of Things and integrate their understanding of math and science through computing/games as well as learning how their minds and brains work. This camp is experiential in nature and will focus on collaboration, and creation. Middle Schoolers have an option of full day camp or a half day camp.

    CodeVana: Girls Make Apps [July 11-15th] Girls and women in the U.S. are avid users of computer technology, but they are significantly underrepresented in its creation. CodeVana is bringing a fun girls only camp organized by girls/women to help girls discover the joy of building, computer science, and coding. Girls will build Games, play with Internet Of Things, design and deploy Web & Mobile Apps in a collaborative and creative environment as well as explore science, math, and social aspects of women in technology. We invite middle school (7th-8 graders) and high school girls to join us. Girls will make Web Apps, Mobile Apps, and Game Apps in a collaborative and creative environment.

    CodeVana: Startup Engineering [July 11-15] High School students are invited to make their ideas into reality through building and making with computing. They will learn all the engineering and customer development skills to build a technology startup. On July 15th, students will pitch their ideas and prototypes to the community and win prizes to continue to pursue their ideas through a community vote.

  • Drop-in Hour for Prospective Epicodus Students


    Epicodus is a vocational school for aspiring programmers. Depending on what track you take, you can learn everything you need to know to get a job as a web developer or build your startup's app.

    At Epicodus, you'll learn how to build web applications from top to bottom with modern technologies and practices. More importantly than any particular skill, though, you'll learn how to think like a programmer, write good code, and pick up new languages and technologies in this fast-changing industry.

    We currently offer more than a dozen courses including, Introduction to Programming, Ruby, Java, PHP, JavaScript, Rails, Android, Drupal, C#, .NET, CSS and Design. Not all classes are offered at all times.

    Stop in to meet our staff, see the classroom and ask lots of questions!

    Check out our FAQ.

  • Portland Ruby Brigade monthly meeting

    New Relic

    We'll have pizza & beer starting at 6pm, so stop by early if you want to have dinner and socialize before the presentations.


    After presentations we'll have more socializing time.

    Thanks to New Relic for providing the venue and beer, pizza & snacks this month!

    ARRIVING BY BIKE? Cyclists are welcome to park their bikes in the New Relic office. Bikes are not allowed in the building lobby, however, and must use the freight elevator. To get your bike up to the 29th floor, enter the building's parking lot by going down the ramp at 5th and Pine. Go past the booth -- no need to pick up a ticket -- and turn right. Go straight until you almost run into the elevator lobby, then go right again. On the back side of the elevator block you'll see a beat up pair of double doors marked "freight elevator." You can get up by buzzing in with the intercom, and saying you're here for New Relic. Ride on up to the 29th floor, you'll easily find the bike parking.

    ABOUT THE GROUP: The Portland Ruby Brigade, also known as pdxruby and pdx.rb, is a user group for Ruby programmers in the Portland, Oregon area. The group welcomes all programmers interested in the language and its implementations, tools, libraries and frameworks, such as Ruby on Rails. The group has been meeting since August 2002 for presentations, demos and discussions. Every month 35-75 people come together to share their knowledge, projects and enthusiasm for Ruby. If you'd like to present or have a topic you'd like discussed, please post to the mailing list. The group usually meets on the first Tuesday of the month, "Ruby Tuesday" -- see you there!

  • Wednesday
    Jul 6 2016
    Froyo: Using Rust to get fancy with storage
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    Linux has powerful block device mapping capabilities that are used by tools such as LVM. Froyo is a new tool that uses these capabilities in a dynamic way to create a hassle-free, redundant storage volume that grows with your data. In this talk, Froyo's creator Andy Grover will discuss its implementation, with special emphasis on the Rust language features and libraries that it builds upon.

    This talk will cover a lot about libraries (serde, dbus-rs, nix, clap), how Froyo uses lang & std features (BTreeMap, Rc, RefCell, filter_map), and Froyo's internal data structures & representation.

  • Thursday
    Jul 7 2016
    Building Cross-Platform Desktop Apps in ClojureScript With Electron w/ Josh Miller

    Puppet Labs

    Have you ever wanted to extend your Clojure talents to the desktop? Turned off at the thought of digging into Swing or building native shims around your beautiful functional code? Then look no further than Github's Electron, a cross-platform toolkit for desktop apps using familiar Javascript techniques, which of course we can make much more fun and powerful with Clojurescript. Learn how to build desktop apps with all the custom menus, system notifications, and badges you've come to expect, right from your REPL.

    About Josh Miller

    Josh Miller has been building software professionally for over a decade, in fields ranging from Erlang-backed Twitter crawlers to Objective-C iOS apps, but his heart belongs to Clojure. Josh is a software consultant living in Portland, OR.

  • CPSO 2-Day Training with Certified Scrum Product Owner and Agile Coach Greg Smith
    Ruck & Maul Training Center

    By earning a Certified Scrum Product Owner® certification you:

    • Expand your career opportunities by staying relevant and marketable across all industry sectors adopting Agile practices.
    • Demonstrate to employers and peers your attainment of core Scrum knowledge.
    • Learn the origins of Scrum and the scope of the Certified Scrum Product Owner's role from the best minds in Scrum.
    • Engage with a community of recognized Scrum experts who are committed to continuous improvement.

    As a CSPO, you will be able to fill the role of Product Owner or Scrum team member. Through the certification process, you will gain an understanding of the Scrum framework, including team roles, activities, meetings, and artifacts.

    Additionally, with your CSPO certification, you will have access to local user groups, online social networks, and additional resources that are only available to Scrum Alliance members.

    In addition, CSPO's receive a profile page on the SCRUM ALLIANCE® website and have access to a specially designed logo to highlight their credentials.

  • First Thursday at CENTRL Office

    CENTRL Office

    Join us for First Thursday at CENTRL Office! Back Pedal Brewing Co will be serving beer and we will have small bites from World Foods! Artist Reid Trevarthan will be displaying his collage artwork. About Reid’s artwork: “In making my collages, I try to mimic the process of going through life. I build up images using small individual pieces that both have meaning on their own, but also gain meaning through interacting with other pieces. I try to echo life’s unpredictability by introducing elements whose effects on the artwork are only clear after they’ve been glued down. Sometimes the effect is positive, sometimes less so. But trying to imagine how the piece could have been different is almost as futile as wondering how one’s life could be different. It would not be less of a piece, just a different one.”

    Schmizza Pub & Grub in the Pearl will also be joining us with pizza samples and New Seasons Market will be sampling their desserts!

    Looking forward to a fun event with Amazon Prime Now on July 7th!

  • Accelerate Biotech + Digital Health PDX Happy Hour

    Scout Beer Garden

    Please join us for our July Accelerate Biotech + Digital Health PDX Happy Hour!

    We are thrilled to be teaming up with the OTRADI Bioscience Incubator (OBI) and the Portland State Business Accelerator (PSBA) for this event.

    We are meeting up at our Summer venue - Scout Beer Garden (across the street from the base of the OHSU tram). A huge thanks to the Zidell family for making this venue available to us.

    Erin Flynn will on site to speak about Portland's upcoming Innovation Quadrant. We will also hear 2-min pitches from an emerging digital health company, as well as details on our 2016 Health Ignite.

    Our monthly happy hour brings together creative and driven professionals who are passionate about promoting the growth of Portland's Biotech and Digital Health sectors. This is a great opportunity to network and build relationships with individuals working across these sectors in both academia and industry. Enjoy a drink, build community, and contribute your ideas and efforts towards accelerating Biotech and Digital Health in PDX.

    Food and beverages will be available for purchase. One drink ticket will be provided to registered attendees.

  • Frontend Peer Mentoring

    PDX Code Guild

    Join us for an evening of frontend programming! Bring your laptop, and something you want to learn, try, or build. Save this phone number in case you need directions. (541)[masked]

    Come to learn and/or share your existing knowledge with others. We cover HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery and more. Our event is for all levels from beginner to advanced. Come to learn and/or to mentor.

    This week we will do introductions at 6:20 pm and invite attendees to ask and answer questions and help each other with programming issues.

  • Portland Linux/Unix Group

    PLUG: Portland's monthly, three-track open source conference!

    Celebrating 20 years of hosting Portland's best open source and technology freedom speakers.

    This month's topic To Be Announced

    First Thursday: General Meeting at PSU

    Third Tuesday: Advanced Topics at Free Geek

    Third Sunday: Hands-on Clinic at Free Geek

  • Friday
    Jul 8 2016
    CODE- Debugging the Gender Gap - Screening
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    $5 suggested Donation. There will be popcorn, candy, pizza, and beer!

    Doors will open at 7 pm, the show starts promptly at 8 pm. Older kids are encouraged to come. Tech jobs are growing three times faster than our colleges are producing computer science graduates. By 2020, there will be one million unfilled software engineering jobs in the USA. Through compelling interviews, artistic animation and clever flashpoints in popular culture, CODE documentary examines the reasons why more girls and people of color are not seeking opportunities in computer science and explores how cultural mindsets, stereotypes, educational hurdles and sexism all play roles in this national crisis. Expert voices from the worlds of tech, psychology, science, and education are intercut with inspiring stories of women who are engaged in the fight to challenge complacency in the tech industry and have their voices heard. CODE aims to inspire change in mindsets, in the educational system, in startup culture and in the way women see themselves in the field of coding.

    A special thanks to The OpenStack Foundation, a donating sponsor for this screening.

  • Sunday
    Jul 10 2016
    .NET Fringe 2016
    Crystal Ballroom

    Check out the site for more details @ http://dotnetfringe.org/


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