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Feb 1
Equip with AWS Solution Architect Training - Next Class - 2 Feb 2023, Mark the date or Sign up early for 20% off!

JanBask Training is a virtual platform which creates an interactive learning experience with questionnaires, tests, and engaging elements for demanding technologies like AWS, cloud computing solutions, and more that offers: Real business’s case studies & assignments Personalized student dashboard for live session & diverse study materials Live online classes with expert trainers Real industry working professionals as trainers This AWS Cloud Architect Certification Course will make you an expert in Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this program, you will become familiar with architectural principles and services of AWS, learn how to design and deploy highly scalable and fault-tolerant applications on AWS, implement AWS security and testing, and become an expert in AWS components such as S3 and CloudFormation. Does AWS require coding? One specific question everyone wants to ask about: Does Amazon Web Service require coding? The answer will make you happy and motivate you to begin your career as soon as possible. Amazon Web Service does not need any programming. Amazon does not require any prior expertise or understanding of programming in aws certification developer

Does AWS guarantee a job? Certifications don't guarantee you'll get a cloud job. They're proof of knowledge, not experience. (If you're new to cloud and it's the experience you seek, you can start by getting hands-on with some fun AWS projects for low aws training cost

When you get AWS Solution Architect Training with us, you get to: Define a solution using architectural design principles based on customer requirements. Effectively demonstrate knowledge of how to architect and deploy secure and robust applications on AWS technologies. Provide implementation guidance based on best practices to an organization throughout the lifecycle of a project.

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Feb 2
The GOAT House: free startup work/hang space every Thursday
The Goat House (SE Tabor)

Come hang out with other early-stage pre-office startups! We've got coffee, blazing-fast internet, and goats of course!

The startup road can be lonely at the start, and it can be super motivating to be hustling next to other people hustling! Come make connections while you work. It's as quiet or as boisterous as you want.

I'm the host, Seth Raphael (magicseth). I've been doing magic with technology literally and figuratively in PDX since 2008. I was the webmaster at Willamette Week, Chief Magical Officer at Bump (acquired by Google), and fooled Penn and Teller (

Come join us to share tips/connections/stories and coffee.

Donuts provided upon request.

Migration Brewery

We are having a #social_beer get together on Thursday February 2nd, around 6:30pm at Migration Brewing (2828 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR 97232) - would love to see you there!

Portland Linux/Unix Group: Setting up inexpensive home security cameras with ZoneMinder to secure your home or business
Oregon Latvian Community Center

Portland Linux/Unix Group General Meeting Announcement

Who: Ted Mittelstaedt
What: Setting up inexpensive home security cameras with ZoneMinder to secure your home or business
Where: 5500 SW Dosch Rd, Portland
When: Thursday, February 2nd, 2023 at 7pm
Why: The pursuit of technology freedom

Today there are a number of inexpensive home security cameras on the market that can be used to decrease the chance that your home or property will be tampered with. There's been a rash of catalytic converter and gasoline thefts in the Portland area in recent years, these require expensive replacements and repair of vehicle gas tanks that have been drilled into. Many homes in Portland do not have garages and residents use street parking. With the increasing use of electric vehicles and portable charging cables, the potential for theft and mischief exists as well. While a camera system may not prevent a theft, a good system can get a clear picture of the perpetrators and allow police to make an arrest. These systems also serve as a visual deterrent. This presentation will cover several camera systems and different concerns for mounting, cabling, and camera selection as well as recording camera data using ZoneMinder running on Linux and considerations for setting up this system.

Rules and Requests:

Please bring and properly fit a mask unless actively presenting

PLUG is open to everyone and does not tolerate abusive behavior on its mailing lists or at its meetings

Do not leave valuables in your car

Feb 3
Instrumentation: Clicking Into the Data with Wesley Rolfson
The Tech Academy

Wesley Rolfson will be joining us to discuss Instrumentation.

Data Instrumentation is the process of connecting things like output (from sensors, actions taken by a user, or feedback from a user action) and forming them into Events/messages which are then stored/translated into data structures.

In this Talk Wesley will cover: -What Data Instrumentation is -How it is applied by organizations -Where it fits in most data pipelines -What analytics should pay attention to -What graphic interface/ product owners should consider -Walkthrough 2 examples (website and application)

Join us Friday, February 3rd at 1 pm Pacific Time (2p MT, 3p CT, 4p ET) in our Google Meet room.

RSVP on Meetup: RSVP on Eventbrite:

Can't make it live? We will be posting the recording to our Tech Talks playlist on our YouTube Channel:

Don't miss this great opportunity to learn and network!

Feb 4
Mentorship Saturdays
The Tech Academy

We are both online via the link below and hosted in person thanks to Tech Academy!

Hosted by Aaron Campf. Online Teams Link:

Or call in (audio only) +1 872-240-8681,,882162595# United States, Chicago Phone Conference ID: 882 162 595#

Please join one of our community group chats



If there are any issues with joining in person or online please message on here and Slack or Discord

PDX.rb OS Hackathon
1110 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR, 97205 or Zoom

Come work alongside your PDX.rb community as we make contributions to 2 projects maintained and led by our members.

This a fantastic opportunity to get involved in OS if you haven't before. Project maintainers will have scoped tickets to guide work and be present to answer questions.

This is also a fantastic opportunity to mentor and give back.

Bring a laptop

The goal of this hackathon is to support and uplift one another as a community. We are focusing on two projects that are maintained by community members for this hackathon. We may focus on ruby for good projects in future but this was such a lovely opportunity for us to come together as a community <3

Projects we are Supporting:

Bridgetown: A next-generation progressive site generator & fullstack framework, powered by Ruby Repo:

RailsDevs: A reverse job board for Rails developers Repo:

This is a hybrid event. If you can join us in person, we would love to see you. If you are joining from outside Portland or if you have any health concerns, this event is specifically designed for a positive zoom experience as well as in person experience.

Feb 9
BikeLoudPDX Hack Night

Join grassroots bicycle transportation advocates and open data / open government / open code folks to work on collaborative mapping and resolution of transportation safety issues. Everyone is welcome whether you have years of programming / tech experience or just a few pictures of dirty bike lanes and broken sidewalks. Recurring meeting on the 2nd Thursday of each month.


  • snowplow and street sweeping maps
  • pdxreporter / 311 updates
  • whatever else folks are working on or asking about

This is an informal work session and hangout, discussion/questions and sharing tech knowledge to collaboratively build political power for safe streets and a complete bike transportation network that works for all people of all ages and abilities.

Feb 10
Discovering the Importance of Learning Artificial Intelligence
through Jnabask

Implementing artificial intelligence skill sets will not only help firms manage and improve their economic disciplines, but it will also help individuals experience rapid professional progress that’s why people learn artificial intelligence for a bright career.

AI will improve as technology develops, resulting in the development of better, smarter machines. This will make transfers and services seamless. The integration of cloud services will improve so that users may quickly access their files. Both the communication and computation components will be enabled for each item. Physical and virtual spaces will inevitably close more. The integration and computerization of businesses and agriculture will continue.

The work environment will change drastically as many or even all of the systems become automated. It will be considerably simpler and quicker to analyse demand and recruit candidates. Choosing employees will be based on their primary areas of competence. Security online will become just as important as defence. Computerized segments will be used. It will be impossible to avoid AI being exploited to the companies' advantage or detriment. AI-integrated surveillance systems can help maintain peace in the workplace.

Aspiring candidates may find the online AI course helpful if they want to learn artificial intelligence Have unresolved queries? Write to us at [email protected] or call us on +1 202 599 3842.

Feb 11
Algorithm Interview Study Group

Join us for a study group to practice your algorithmic skills!

Technical interviews are a common (albeit notorious) step in the software engineering hiring process. During this event, we will cover strategies for approaching these interviews with confidence, and get our hands dirty with mock interviews.

Whether you are just starting out in your career or you’re a seasoned pro, this study group has something to offer. Group interviews are a great way to practice in a safe, non-judgemental environment while making friends with fellow devs.

Feb 15
Coffee w/ Co-Founders in the 'Burbs!
Morse Coffee

We're headed to the suburbs for this month's Coffee w/ Co-Founders. We've heard from a number of people who would like us to move this event to other places outside of Portland. So we'll give this a try and see how it works out.

Morse Coffee is owned by a husband/wife team in downtown Lake Oswego. Their focus is on incredible caffeinated beverages and experiences.

Please be sure to grab a cup of your favorite hot beverage and spend time getting to know this incredible community. We've been excited by the turnout every month and by hearing your stories. We can't wait to hear more. Hope to see you all there! Josh & Mark

About Coffee w/ Co-Founders: As a business owner you are faced with many challenges. You're forced to make decisions every day that could make or break your business. Coffee w/ Co-Founders is a way to network with other Entrepreneurs to allow free-flowing information with the intent to collaborate and help each other. So often we're challenged and there's very little we can do to express our challenges with the people we work with or the people we care about. Think of Coffee w/ Co-Founders as your own personal support group for business owners. We're all here to help!

Hands on ChatGPT
TBD, Vancouver,wa Website
PDXWIT and BiT PDX Present: Tech in the K-12 Space
NV5 Geospatial

PDXWIT and Blacks in Tech (BiT), along with host NV5 Geospatial, have teamed up to highlight Portland organizations working to provide access to tech to marginalized and underserved communities in our school system.

Dwayne Thomas, BiT Portland Chapter President will share the work BiT is doing to make sure students understand their path and opportunities in tech and other Portland organizations will share how they are supporting underserved students with access to learning, opportunities and funding.

Agenda: 5:00pm - Doors Open 5:30pm - Welcome, Announcements & Introductions 5:40pm - Program Begins 6:10pm - Networking 7:00pm - Event Ends

Please note: all attendees will be required to show proof of a COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test within 48 hours of the event start.

PDXWIT is building a better tech industry by creating access, dismantling inequities and fueling belonging. Our events are inclusive. ALL people who support our purpose are welcome.

COVID Safety FAQ: Q: Will masks be required in indoor spaces? Will masks be required outside? Will hand sanitizer be provided and plentiful? A: Masks are optional and our host will provide hand sanitizer. We will ask all attendees to show proof of vaccination OR have a negative COVID test within 48 hours of the event.

Event FAQ Q: What is the in-person event capacity? A: 50-75 people

Q: Will there be gender neutral restrooms? A: Yes

Q: Is the space ADA accessible? A: Yes

Q: Will there be food and drink at this event? A: Yes.

Q: What is the parking situation? A: NV5 Geospatial is located at 421 SW 6th Avenue between SW Washington and SW Harvey Milk. There may be street parking but it is limited. The building is on several major bus lines and close to the Pioneer Place Max Station. There are also several parking structures nearby, including: Alder Street Garage; 111 SW 5th Ave. Garage; and City Center Parking (Broadway).

Q: Is there any special information that might help me find the entrance? A: Guests will enter through the main entrance on SW 6th Ave. There will be a security guard present who can let guests in. The elevators are visible upon entering – use them to access the 8th floor and our suite is the only one on that floor. The suite door will be open

Q: Is there secured bike parking? A: Yes, with assistance. If you will need bike parking please email [email protected] and we will make arrangements.

Q: Should I consider using public transportation? A: Yes. NV5 Geospatial is on several major bus lines and close the Pioneer Place Max Station.

Q: Can I bring my dog? A: Sadly, no.

Feb 16
Climate Curious Hackathon
Fresh Consulting

PDX connections, what are your plans for February 16th? Join my friends and me at Climate Curious for a fun interactive event that will connect you with a wide range of bright minds from across #Portland's #climate, #tech, and #design communities.

We're collaborating with Fresh Consulting to create a totally different kind of networking event. Expect brain-tickling conversations about climate, and active problem-solving, with of course some drinks and snacks. RSVP here:

Feb 17
Discover Zoho - Portland
Portland Meeting Space at PELA

Zoho's hitting the road to bring 8 cities an introduction on growing your business with Zoho. Spend your morning with us at this free, interactive half-day event as we walk through Zoho basics, customer use cases and success stories, and advise you on navigating the Zoho ecosystem. There will also be lots of time to speak with fellow Zoho users and business owners about how they are successfully using Zoho's products.

Why attend: Gain a better understanding of Zoho and our large product portfolio See how customers are finding success with Zoho Learn how to best navigate Zoho's ecosystem to achieve your business goals Get your questions answered and the resources you need for your next step Connect with local Zoho users, professionals, and business owners

Register, or find more information about this event and other locations at

Feb 23
Data PDX: Data Governance with Dataplex
Google Portland 555 SW Morrison St, Suite 500, Portland OR


Kamran Shirazi, Google Cloud

Kamran started his career at Teradata as a DWH consultant in 2006, after completing his bachelors in computer sciences with majors in Data warehousing and Data Mining. He worked in Europe with large financial and telecom companies before moving to Portland in 2010. As BI Architect at Nike, he led the DWH CoE group that owned the creation of design patterns and data modeling standards. Later, he joined Intel as an Engineering Manager and led the migration of a mission critical SQL Server platform to the cloud. Kamran carries over 15 years of experience in the data management space and holds certifications in Snowflake, Teradata and Google Data Engineering.


Data Governance Overview Components of Data Governance Data Governance through Dataplex Key Features Use Cases Demo Q&A

RSVP for entry ticket. This is an IN PERSON event at Google Portland


Free! (suggested donation $5 for non-members)

If you’ve paid any DAMA membership dues during 2019-2021 or are an employee of a corporate member, please choose Member RSVP.


555 SW Morrison, Portland, OR Suite 500, Meier and Frank building

RSVP for entry, this is an IN PERSON event

Date – Thursday, February, 23rd

Time – 4pm

Science of Storytelling: How the Brain Fires on Story

Portland Design Thinkers is happy to announce an evening with Dan Self and the Science of Storytelling: How the Brain Fires on Story.

100,000 years of human reliance on story has rewired the human brain to think in story terms and story structure to make sense and create meaning out of events and others’ actions.

Meaning…Cells that fire together wire together. And, this evolutionary predisposition is reinforced by the dominant use of story throughout childhood.

So what does this mean for all of us? How can we use this knowledge to create memorable stories? And how can we use our predisposition to turn everything that enters through sensory input into story for engagement?

About Dan Self: Story first. Story always. I've spent most of my working life or what is known as "a career" thinking about, studying, and uncovering the importance of story.

And in the pursuit of discovering the importance of story, I've explored many different job paths that have revealed some important aspects of the brain on story.

Bottom line? I'm not a neurologist, but I've played one on TV, and that's my story and I'm sticking with it.

Feb 25
Idea-to-Business Lab 2023
through TBD

Applications close January 30, 2023

This two-day event is designed to validate your business idea and gain insight on how to start a business. You will work with seasoned entrepreneurs, investors, and mentors to validate your idea and give you the tools to start your venture.

Who should attend? First-time BIPOC entrepreneurs that have an idea or an early version of a product which highly scalable. The product must have a technology component and be based on Portland, Oregon.

OEMBA Duck Tank 2023
Lundquist College of Business

The fourth annual Duck Tank event will be a truly special night. The OEMBA Board has assembled an outstanding lineup of judges for the competition, featuring big names from the region's startup and venture capital universe, such as Jon Maroney, general partner for the Oregon Venture Fund, and Christopher Joseph, co-founder of Wyld. In addition, entrepreneur Jason Peterson will debut as this year's event emcee. Jason is an entrepreneur, attorney, and producer who has been featured in the "Top 30 Entrepreneurs under 30" by the Los Angeles Business Journal..

This thrilling event will kick off with a networking cocktail hour followed by pitch presentations.

On Saturday, February 25, entrepreneurs in the Portland area will have the opportunity to pitch their startup ventures at Duck Tank, hosted by the University of Oregon Executive MBA Alumni network. Duck Tank is a competition format event in the same styling as the television show, Shark Tank. With Duck Tank, contestants have the opportunity to pitch their business concepts to a renowned panel of entrepreneurial professionals and venture fund leaders.

Feb 28
RainSec - PDX Information Security Meetup
Lucky Lab Brew Pub

RainSec is an informal group of like-minded security professionals who meet to network and discuss topics of interest in a non-work, non-vendor setting.

While our target audience is experienced information security professionals, this is a public event open to any interested parties. If you have a friend or colleague who might benefit, please pass an invite along.

Follow @PDXRainSec on Twitter for last minute updates.

Because COVID-19 still presents significant risk to some members of our community, we ask that you observe the following and make your own risk assessment decision regarding your attendance:

  • If outdoor seating is available and weather permits, we will be outside.
  • If you are feeling sick, stay home!
  • If you've had a recent COVID exposure, stay home!
  • If you are not vaccinated, stay home!
  • If you are otherwise considered high risk for COVID, please stay home until you feel it is safe to gather in large groups (20-40 people). We don't want to be the cause of anyone's illness or death.

You can also find us on and Google Groups.

If you're looking for more security-focused community meetups in the Portland area, check out

Mar 4
Mentorship Saturdays
The Tech Academy

We are both online via the link below and hosted in person thanks to Tech Academy!

Hosted by Aaron Campf. Online Teams Link:

Or call in (audio only) +1 872-240-8681,,882162595# United States, Chicago Phone Conference ID: 882 162 595#

Please join one of our community group chats



If there are any issues with joining in person or online please message on here and Slack or Discord

Mar 9
2023 Westside Pitch Competition
Walters Cultural Art Center in Hillsboro, OR

Westside Pitch is a startup competition for Washington County entrepreneurs seeking to showcase their early-stage businesses. Competitors will have the chance to pitch their business venture to a panel of local investors to win cash and other prizes.

Eligible competitors include all entrepreneurs who either operate their business or live in Washington County. The 6 selected finalists will have developed a unique product or service that solves a problem/need in a national or international market.

Application deadline is JANUARY 31, 2023.

This is also a great opportunity to network with investors, city/county executives, and other entrepreneurs.

Spectators are welcome! Tickets are only $20 and include appetizers and 2 beverage tokens.

Apr 1
Mentorship Saturdays
The Tech Academy

We are both online via the link below and hosted in person thanks to Tech Academy!

Hosted by Aaron Campf. Online Teams Link:

Or call in (audio only) +1 872-240-8681,,882162595# United States, Chicago Phone Conference ID: 882 162 595#

Please join one of our community group chats



If there are any issues with joining in person or online please message on here and Slack or Discord

Apr 29
PodConf 2023
The Factor Building

PodConf is an intimate event created for independent podcasters. Our goal is to create a space for podcasters to participate, connect and get inspired. We're here to support your podcasting journey, whether your goal is to launch, reboot, or grow your podcast! Join us and other podcasters in this highly interactive event.

Our core goal is simple…to create a space where podcasters can experience participation, connection, and inspiration. These are our 3 core values. Everything we program into our events are designed through this lens.

May 15
TECHSPO Vancouver 2023 Technology Expo (Internet ~ Mobile ~ AdTech ~ MarTech ~ SaaS)
through Paradox Hotel Vancouver

Where Business, Tech and Innovation Collide in Vancouver!

TECHSPO Vancouver 2023 is your chance to … – Check out exhibitors showcasing the next generation of technology & innovation. – Be inspired, amazed and educated on how these evolving technologies will impact your business for greater growth. – Interact with technology enthusiasts, build your network and reunite with your peers.

The 3rd annual TECHSPO Vancouver, two-day technology expo returns May 15th and 16th, 2023 to the Paradox Hotel Vancouver in Vancouver, British Columbia. TECHSPO Vancouver brings together some of the best developers, brands, marketers, technology providers, designers, innovators and evangelists looking to set the pace in our advanced world of technology. Watch exhibitors showcase the next generation of advances in technology & innovation, including; Internet, Mobile, AdTech, MarTech and SaaS technologies. Be prepared to be inspired, amazed and educated on how these evolving technologies will impact your business for greater growth.

As part of TECHSPO Vancouver is a limited attendance event, DigiMarCon Canada West 2023 Digital Marketing, Media and Advertising Conference ( If the conference is where the learning, theory and inspiration happens, then the TECHSPO floor is where the testing, networking and product interaction takes place.

For complete details visit

Jul 13
FOSSY: Free and Open Source Software Yearly Conference
through Oregon Convention Center

FOSSY (Free and Open Source Yearly) is focused on the creation and impact of free and open source software, uplifting contributors of all experience. We plan to have 8 tracks for talks over 4 days. With tracks for community building, development and legal and licensing issues, our conference will provide ample learning and networking opportunities for contributors of all levels of experience. We also plan to involve significant community participation in the content of our tracks.

Jan 19, 2038

Wherever remains that still serves beer in 2038, we will party like it's 1970.