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Friday
Oct 7
BSidesPDX 2022 - Computer Security Conference
PSU Smith Memorial Student Union

We're looking forward to seeing you at BSidesPDX on Friday October 7, 2022 for our tenth annual conference. Registration is free through September 30th!

BSides Portland is a tax-exempt charitable 501(c)(3) organization founded with the mission to cultivate the Pacific Northwest information security and hacking community by creating local inclusive opportunities for learning, networking, collaboration, and teaching.

As this is an indoor event, we are requiring that all participants of BSidesPDX wear a mask while inside of conference spaces for the entirety of the event, except when you are 1) actively eating or drinking; or 2) a presenter actively giving your talk/workshop. Masks must be worn completely over both your mouth and nose.

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Tuesday
Mar 17, 2015
Hack + Help UX Workshop (+ pizza!)
Portland Code School

Hack + Help is for anyone that is learning to code.

Whether you are new to coding or experienced in coding and want to help others learn, please join us! Bring your laptop and desire to learn (and/or teach!).

This week, 3/17, we'll be having a special workshop by Josh Riggs, UX designer for thinkshout. It will be an interactive workshop where participants will be led through a UX design on a new website iteration.

We'll be serving PIZZA for all attendees!

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Thursday
Jul 30, 2009
OEN Workshop - Corporate Real Estate 101 Summer School, or What you Need to Know about Leasing Space
CresaPartners Office

Want to learn more about the ins and outs of Corporate Real Estate? Then sign up for the OEN workshop with Craig Reinhart of CRESAPartners.

Here is what will be covered in the workshop:

1) It's a Tenant's Market - How can I reduce occupancy costs and maximize flexibility? 2) Lease Restructuring and Tenant Cost Savings Strategies 3) Green Buildings and Workplaces - What's in it for the Tenant? 4) Review Operating Expense Statements and Negotiating Operating Expense Increases 5) Market Forecast - From the Tenant's Perspective

Speaker: Craig Reinhart Mr. Reinhart is the Managing Principal of CresaPartners in Portland. He has guided the Portland office of CresaPartners into a leading corporate real estate services firm dedicated to providing “best in class” single-source local and national real estate services exclusively to corporate clients. Mr. Reinhart advises clients including WebTrends, Lime Financial, Flir, NW Natural, Vestas Wind Power, Meritage Mortgage, Northwest Evaluation, Planar Systems, Nautilus and Electro Scientific Industries, to name a few. He specializes in handling both local and national projects for leading corporations and has completed major projects for FLIR, Tektronix, NW Natural, Vesta, Nationwide Insurance, Cascade Microtech and numerous start-ups and established growth companies. Venture funded clients include Qsent, Smart Forest Ventures, Fios, Vesta, Imove and SnapNames. After graduating from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Economics in 1986, Mr. Reinhart entered the commercial real estate profession in Portland and quickly carved a niche as a leading provider of exclusive corporate real estate services. Mr. Reinhart is licensed as a Real Estate Broker in the States of Oregon & Washington.

Date: Thursday, July 30th Time: 8:00 am - 9:30 am Location: CresaPartners Office One SW Columbia St. Ste 1610 Portland, OR 97258- Registration:OEN Member - $30 Non Member - $155

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Wednesday
Aug 19, 2009
OEN Workshop - Social Media, with Ryan Lewis
Ater Wynne

How do I get my company up to speed with this new social media thing? What is a Tweet? Why should I care? In this class we will train how to make your company a social media marketing machine with little extra effort. We will cut through the mysteries and arm your company with simple strategies to succeed. With traditional media audiences rapidly declining, this class is a must for business owners.

Speaker: Ryan Lewis Ryan Lewis is considered a leader in the social media marketing field. He has built marketing campaigns for small businesses, individuals; all the way to fortune 500 companies and teaches classes on the best practices for businesses to interact online. His work has increased revenue, optimized inter-office communication, and built positive branding initiatives for businesses across the U.S.

Date and Time: Wednesday, August 19, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Location: Ater Wynne 1331 NW Lovejoy, Ste. 900 Portland, OR 97209-3280 Registration: Non Members $155, OEN Members - $30

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Wednesday
Oct 16, 2019
PDX Exploit Workshop
CTRLH - PDX Hackerspace

Hey everybody. Got a bug you just can't land? Is there a recent CVE you've been eyeballing seductively? Just want to brush up on your APPSEC or OPSEC? Do none of the above questions make any sense, but you're interested in computer security?

PDX Exploit Workshop is the longest running security meetup in Portland (10 years!). It's an open, self driven event for people interested in computer security. Whether you're a novice or career professional, all are welcome. It's always a good time to learn about security!

We spend this dedicated time each week researching and exploring topics of software and hardware security as well as working on personal and group projects. Occasionally we have presentations on our findings. Bring a willingness to learn, a curiosity about security, and/or a specific area of interest to share with others.

This group meets in the PDX Hackerspace mainspace which has comfy seating, deluxe wifi (thanks Kyle!), Club Mate soda in the snack shack, and hackable LED displays to play around with.

p.s. This event is open to everyone! No ^H membership is required to attend. All are welcome. That means you!

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Wednesday
Oct 9, 2019
PDX Exploit Workshop
CTRLH - PDX Hackerspace

Hey everybody. Got a bug you just can't land? Is there a recent CVE you've been eyeballing seductively? Just want to brush up on your APPSEC or OPSEC? Do none of the above questions make any sense, but you're interested in computer security?

PDX Exploit Workshop is the longest running security meetup in Portland (10 years!). It's an open, self driven event for people interested in computer security. Whether you're a novice or career professional, all are welcome. It's always a good time to learn about security!

We spend this dedicated time each week researching and exploring topics of software and hardware security as well as working on personal and group projects. Occasionally we have presentations on our findings. Bring a willingness to learn, a curiosity about security, and/or a specific area of interest to share with others.

This group meets in the PDX Hackerspace mainspace which has comfy seating, deluxe wifi (thanks Kyle!), Club Mate soda in the snack shack, and hackable LED displays to play around with.

p.s. This event is open to everyone! No ^H membership is required to attend. All are welcome. That means you!

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Monday
Jan 30, 2012
Ultimate SEO Mastery Workshop - 3-Day Advanced
through Ambridge Event Center

Join Colleen Wright of the Search Engine Academy Northwest as she teaches the latest search engine marketing tips and tactics. In this 3-day course you will learn advanced strategies to capture your target market through the power of the search engines and the strength of compelling content.

SEO Training Course Day 1

* Review the 6-step optimization process taught in the Essentials class to help you retain this important information.
* Work on advanced keyword research strategies.
* Learn techniques that will help you write effective sales copy that gets results.
* Understand how the personalization of search results is changing the rules.
* Find out the best approaches for setting up a blog and learn about the art of blogging.
* Creative ideas for implementing user generated content (UGC).
* More custom website reviews.

SEO Training Course Day 2

* What is Latent Semantic Indexing and how can it help my website?
* How to develop a unique selling proposition that retains your visitor's interest and gets them digging deeper into our web sites.
* Why are database driven sites unique when it comes to SEO and how can we make sure we get maximum advantage from SEO?
* What is Social Media Marketing and how can it help boost sales?
* How to quickly gain exposure in Google, Yahoo!, and others within 24 to 48 hours
* What is Pay Per Click and who are the players?
* Learn how to implement Google Analytics on your website and why this is a must!
* Find out about the tools offered by the search engines to increase your web site's success

SEO Training Course Day 3

* Learn about competitive intelligence and multi-variate analysis and how these tools can help increase your website's rankings
* Learn about web analytics and how to analyze your progress with ClickTracks
* Learn the power of article marketing
* What problems might your site run in to and how can they be fixed? Will talk about technical issues that come up.
* Sure fire strategies to build your SEO business
* Group Q&A
* Final Exam
* Wrap-up and awards

See the website for information on the 5-day Comprehensive course that combines the 2-day Essentials and the 3-day Advanced course material.

Contact:

Colleen Wright

Phone: 503-530-8178

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.seotrainingnw.com/register

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Thursday
Mar 20, 2014
Work Smarter, Not Harder: Streamlining Your Day-to-Day Freelance Life
Milagros Boutique

In the latest event in national non-profit the Freelancers Union's (www.freelancersunion.org) Freelance 360 professional workshop series, freelance expert Allie Rice will lead attendees through the ins and outs of building a healthy, well-organized business that frees you up to pursue your passions – instead of tying you down.

Learn more and RSVP at the link!

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Friday
Feb 21, 2020
"An Introduction to the Agile Fluency Model" workshop
Agile Fluency Project LLC

Curious about the Agile Fluency Project? This is the place to start!

Learn about the Agile Fluency Model, the Agile Fluency Lifecycle, and play the Agile Fluency Game.

You’ll gain new insights into what Agile can look like in your organization and how to invest in change.

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Thursday
May 30, 2019
"Coaching for Results with the Agile Fluency™ Game" Workshop
through Agile Fluency Project

Only a few seats left and only a few days left to sign up for “Coaching for Results using the Agile Fluency Game” workshop in Portland OR, May 30-31. Play the simulation of 2.5 years in the life of a software team. How much benefit can you earn? Learn many ways to share the game experience with teams, product people, managers & leaders, scrum masters, and more. Register now. More details at https://afp_game_workshop_portland.eventbrite.com

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Saturday
Dec 6, 2008
"Financing the Good" Springboard Social Innovation Forum - FREE
Urban Grind East

With economic turmoil spreading from financial markets to local communities, it’s a tough season for raising funds to start or support good causes. Join us for this free event on December 10th to explore diverse ideas and new models for “financing the good.”

Panelists representing banking, angel investing, micro-philanthropy, and grant funding will discuss innovative approaches for funding social change that reflect shifts in the way their organizations do business. Specifically, they will highlight opportunities for "average" Portlanders to obtain funding for their social change projects and visions.

During the workshop segment, learn tips and tricks for obtaining one of Portland's community building or environmental grants, discover how community currency can fund social change, talk with a lawyer about how to apply for a 501(c)(3), learn how a social stock market generates seed funding for launching good ideas and how to implement "sustaining strategies."

Panelists: Mark Moffenbier, Shorebank Pacific Mark Holloway, Social Venture Partners Portland Amy Pearl, ChangeXchange Social Stock Market Joy Hunt, Vision into Action Grants

Workshops Angela Southwick, Neighbors West-Northwest Neighborhood Grants Emily Rice, Community Watershed Stewardship Program Environmental Grants Janelle Geddes, Metro Grants John Brown, Rooms for Peace Alan Rosenblith, Community Prosper, community currency Nancy Murray, Community Development Legal Clinic

The forum is sponsored by Portland-based nonprofit, Springboard Innovation. Springboard's mission is to launch community-led community change. The purpose of the forum is to empower "average" Portlanders with the resources and tools needed to take action to solve problems our society is facing.

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Saturday
Feb 12, 2011
"Invention to Venture" Portland Workshop
Portland State University

Portland State University, in partnership with the University of Portland Entrepreneurship Center, is proud to host this upcoming innovation education experience focusing on the basics of technology entrepreneurship.

The workshop is intended primarily for college and university students, but is also open to anyone who wants to know more about what it takes to commercialize a technology or new product idea. Presentations will focus on new venture planning, prototyping, marketing, intellectual property, open source development, funding, and related topics. Guest speakers are experts drawn from the region, who will share personal successes and lessons learned.

Invention to Venture workshops are held in cooperation with the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA).

Cost: $25 Students, Faculty Members, & Staff, $50 Business Community & Other. Students from sponsoring schools may receive free registration.

Participant guide, Friday night reception, Saturday lunch and continental breakfast are all included in the fee.

To register, visit the Invention to Venture Portland 2011 Registration page.

Date: Saturday, February 12 Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM Location: Portland State University, Smith Memorial Student Union, 1825 SW Broadway 3rd Floor Portland, OR 97201 Students, Faculty Members, & Staff Registration: $25.00
Non-member Registration: $50.00

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Wednesday
Oct 11, 2017
"Reliability and Software Tools Workshop"
The Hampton Inn & Suites

We are pleased to sponsor a workshop on Reliability software and tools intended to assist engineers and others to improve the product in the development process. This event is in the form of a workshop with two sessions. The schedule is a session held both before and after a half-hour break.

5:00 – 6:30 PM – Session #1 – The focus is on describing ReliaSoft software and how each module of their software fits into a project of bringing a proposed product design to market. Examples of use of the various modules. The instructor for both sessions is Dr. Umur Yenal representing HBM Prenscia | www.hbmprenscia.com | Tucson, AZ.

Dr. Umur Yenal is a Technologist with HBM Prenscia. He is involved in the delivery of training seminars and consulting projects in the field of Reliability and Quality Engineering, as well the development of ReliaSoft software products. He holds a MSc degree from the Technical University of Denmark and a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Arizona. Previously, he worked as a post-doctorate research associate and as a test manager at the University of Arizona. His areas of interest include system reliability, life data analysis, accelerated life testing and reliability block diagrams.

6:30 – 7:00 PM – Break for Meal & Section News | Pizza and soft drinks.

7:00 – 8:30 PM – Session #2 - The focus is on one or more case studies including a printed circuit board product as an example product. Reliability of a proposed design of a printed circuit board is calculated from components, materials and overall design; then the design is improved with substitution of more reliable components until the design goal is met using the software.

Registration is via Eventbrite.com and the fee is $25.00 per person. See website link.

Sponsored by the American Society for Quality (ASQ.com) and the ASQ Section Southwest Washington-Vancouver

Questions? [email protected]

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Monday
Apr 10, 2017
"Secrets of a More Productive Day" Workshop
Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building

This session is designed SPECIFICALLY for: Senior Managers, Middle Managers and Superintendents who have TOO MUCH TO DO...

                                     ...and NEED TO GET MORE TIME.

You will learn the tools, mindset and practices to improve your daily productivity by 20% or more every day. You will learn how to regain 30 minutes. EVERY DAY. 30 minutes to focus on your priorities. 30 minutes to beat traffic home. 30 minutes to help an employee through a challenge she is facing. 30 minutes to each lunch. 30 minutes to exercise. What do YOU need 30 minutes for? In this session you will learn the exact strategies AND tactics the most productive leaders use to Master Time Management, Get Things Done, and Be Better Leaders.

This program will benefit you and dramatically transform your TIME MANAGEMENT skills. You'll be more efficient, more effective and more productive every day.

Facilitated by:

   JASON W. WOMACK, M.Ed., M.A.
                                       Author and Leadership Coach

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Tuesday
Feb 24, 2009
"Secrets of Agile Teamwork: Beyond Technical Skills" Workshop
through McMenamins Kennedy School

Beyond technical skills, Agile success depends on productive self-organizing teams. How do you develop, grow, and maintain a functioning self-organizing team? It's not magic, but it doesn't just happen either. Effective self-organizing teams rely on personal and interpersonal effectiveness. In this hands-on workshop, we'll discover the secrets to developing the skills you need to succeed and lead on a self-organizing team.

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Friday
May 10, 2019
0111 Portland CTO Conference
World Trade Center Two

Come spend a day with fellow CTOs based in Portland for a single track, one day conference touching on product management, leadership and technology.

Agenda

8:00 am Check In/Registration

8:45 am Welcome!

Etienne de Bruin, Founder 7CTOs

9:00 – 9:45 am Keynote: Making the Product Engineering Marriage Thrive

Vidya Dinamani, Founder & Partner Product Rebels Heather Samarin, Co-Founder/Principal Product Rebels What makes a great product family work is having the product parents, Product & Engineering, in a great relationship. So, what goes into making this work? This talk explores the root causes of most dysfunctions and provides the product perspective in not just identifying and overcoming, but put you on the path to thriving.

10:00 – 10:30 am Distributed team: Benefits and Challenges

Oleg Pashigorev, CTO Promomash How to assemble team on a small budget, without sacrificing speed or quality? We usually hear 2 type of answers: it’s impossible or go hire dev shop from India and we all know what to expect from it. But sometimes we do hear a story that somebody managed to build a great product with offshore team. How did they do it? In this talk I will share with you what it took to create a successful distributed development team. We will go over benefits and challenges as well as restrictions that we had to put in order to work with people from countries that are at WAR. We will also discuss specifics in the hiring process and practices that help us create the culture we all desperately seek and want.

10:45 – 11:15 am Degeneracy, Code, and Innovation, or: How to Fail By Succeeding

Aaron Longwell, Lead Technical Advisor U.S. Department of State When we write software, we are “encoding” our observations about the present for use in the future. But we don’t know much about the future, and our observations about the present are often incomplete and biased. Every organism on the planet faces this problem, and Evolutionary Biology is the study of how organisms have attempted to solve it. In this talk, we’ll explore how we can take inspiration from the natural world and apply it to software and organizational design.

11:30 am – 12:00 pm Design Thinking and Agile for Family Life

Alex Zub, CTO Handsome Many of us use the Agile methodologies and the Design Thinking approach in design and development activities at work. What if we could apply things that make our work so effective and efficient to family life? This talk will discuss the value of leveraging professional methodologies in our everyday life.

12:00 pm Break for Lunch

1:30 – 3:00 pm Workshop: Building Products that Customers (and your team) Love

Heather Samarin, Co-Founder/Principal Product Rebels Vidya Dinamani, Founder & Partner Product Rebels Building products that customers love is the goal of every product team. In this workshop, we work through three core components that every leader can take back to their teams to sharpen product focus, improve team collaboration, and raise overall engagement. This highly interactive workshop is fun, immediately applicable and will help you develop a better rapport and partnership with your product leader.

3:15 – 3:45 pm

Jerome Bonhomme, CTO American Specialty Health

4:00 – 4:30 pm

Sergey Sundukovskiy, Co-Founder, CTO and Chief Product Officer at Raken, Inc.

4:45 – 5:15 pm Mechanical Confidence

Adam Cuppy, COO ZEAL More often then not “confidence” is taught as a practice of positive self-talk; that confidence is the result of belief and time. While this appears to be true, it isn’t. Confidence can be developed, mechanically. We can be more confident without having to solely believe we’re confident. Confidence, in fact, is the result of engrained habit. This talks looks at how you can develop a process to instill what so many of us wish we had more of.

5:15 pm Closing & Thank you

5:30 pm Break for Cocktails

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Wednesday
Oct 14, 2009
10/14 Mercy Corps NW Seminar - How to Make a Great Presentation
Mercy Corps NW

It's time to come out from behind your desk and meet your audience. In this hands-on workshop, learn 10 essential tips for making powerful presentations, whether it's to a client, your staff, or an auditorium of potential investors. Discover how to give presentations that serve your audience and present your message with confidence and ease. Topics include how to:

-Structure the content of a presentation

-Use clear language that avoids jargon and paints pictures

-Manage nerves and anxiety

-Handle inevitable mishaps with ease

-Rehearse like a pro

Ticket Info: $5 for MCNW clients and $10 for community members (check/cash. All proceeds benefit Mercy Corps Northwest programs.

Contact Anu ([email protected] or 503-896-5080) to RSVP. Check website (www.mercycorpsnw.org) day of the event for any cancellation notices.

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Saturday
Apr 4, 2009
16 Guidelines for LIfe
through Maitripa College

The 16 Guidelines provide a practical framework for reflecting on the way we think, speak and act, and for creating the causes to experience lasting happiness and meaning. The latest research being carried out by neuroscientists suggests that we all have the potential to continue developing and transforming our minds, from birth right up until death. The 16 Guidelines show us a way of doing this which will benefit both ourselves and other people. THE GLOBAL POTENTIAL OF THE GUIDELINES The 16 Guidelines are more than simply words: they are an inspiration for taking action in all kinds of ways to benefit oneself and others. Many workshop participants continue to use them not only on a personal level, but also in their working lives. Since they were first launched in 2007 they have inspired a range of practical projects – in schools, colleges, businesses, healthcare organisations, drug rehabilitation centres and prisons – all around the globe. They are currently being translated into over 6 different languages, and a range of multimedia resources for children, young people and adults is under development. Visit www.16guidelines.org to find out more.

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Saturday
Sep 17, 2016
2-day workshop: Advanced Redux/Async
through Epicodus

Image Logo - Advanced Redux: A 2-day workshop from Real World React

Note: this is a paid event. You can purchase tickets at https://universe.com/advancedredux

You've learned React, and are excited about building robust, scalable applications. But at some point your application is going to become too complex for React to handle on its own. How do you effectively manage each component and their states? Enter Redux.

Redux has fast become the architecture of choice for building scalable applications with JavaScript and React. It will help you to better organize your application and make state mutations more predictable and transparent.

In this advanced workshop, FreeCodeCamp CTO Berkeley Martinez will help you to take your development skills to the next level.

What you will learn

Saturday - Sunday:

  • Using Redux Middleware
  • Managing Asynchronicity
  • Dispatching Thunks and Promises
  • Using Redux with RxJS Observables
  • Analytics with Redux
  • Server Side Rendering using RxJS Observables

What we will build

We will apply the principles above as we build a social e-commerce app, complete with:

  • Search and Filtering
  • User authentication
  • Likes
  • Follows
  • Shopping Cart

Your Instructor

Berkeley Martinez, CTO of FreeCodeCamp.com

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Berkeley is the CTO of freecodecamp.com, a free online community for learning full-stack web development where students garner real-world experience by engineering solutions for nonprofit companies. He has been programming with React for over two years, and is the author of Redux-Epic, a library built to do better async and server-side rendering in React with RxJS Observables. He is also the co-organizer of the San Francisco-based Meetup group Real World React, which features talks and workshops on using React in real-world, production applications. As an instructor at Real World React, he consults individuals and businesses looking to become experts in React, Redux, and other tools in the ecosystem.

Prerequisites

  • Familiar with React.js
  • Understands fundamentals of Redux
  • Comfortable with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Familiar with ES6 Syntax (not an exhaustive list)
    • Arrow Function syntax
    • Spread/Rest
      • And using them to change objects/arrays without mutation (immutable methods)
    • Promises
    • Class syntax
    • Module syntax
  • Comfortable with the command line & NPM
  • Comfortable building with React and React-Router
  • Comfortable with the concepts of functional programming.

Pre-class Resources

  • Follow the link above to the event website -- Calagator limits the amount of links we can post

Your Organizer

Real World React is an SF-based organization that features talks, meetups, and workshops on using React & Redux in real-world, production applications.

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Wednesday
Nov 3, 2010
2010 SBIR Workshop
through PSU Business Accelerator

The Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition and the Portland State Business Accelerator are teaming up to host a 2-day workshop dedicated to the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program on November 3rd and 4th, 2010.

This year's instructor will be Jim Greenwood from Greenwood Consulting Group.

*For pricing please visit www.oregonsbir.org

Workshop Schedule:

Day 1 - Phase I: - SBIR/STTR Program Overview - Proposal Strategies - Proposal Drafting Tips - Critique of Actual SBIR Proposal

Day 2 - Phase II: - Phase II Basics - Understand the differences between Phase II agencies - Phase II proposal presentations - Phase II cost accounting basics

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Wednesday
Jun 15, 2011
2011 USENIX Annual Technical Conference (ATC '11)
through Portland Marriott (Downtown)

Join us in Portland, OR, June 15–17, 2011, for the 2011 USENIX Annual Technical Conference. USENIX ATC '11 will again bring together leading systems researchers for cutting-edge systems research and unlimited opportunities to gain insight into a variety of must-know topics, including virtualization, system administration, cloud computing, security, and networking.

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Tuesday
Jun 14, 2011
2011 USENIX Federated Conferences Week (FCW '11)
through Portland Marriott (Downtown)

Back for 2011, USENIX is combining established conferences and new workshops into one week chock full of research, training, and information.

The USENIX Federated Conferences Week offers a unique opportunity to gain insight into a variety of "hot" topics, while the joint lunches, breaks, and evening events provide unparalleled networking possibilities.

USENIX is again making it easy to customize your program to meet your needs. Your daily registration gets you into all the events happening that day. Plus, registration packages offer expanded discounts: the more days you attend, the more you save!

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Wednesday
Sep 28, 2011
21st Century Job Skills: Leading From Within
Multnomah Arts Center

A 2-hour work session to assess and develop leadership qualities using interactive and improvisational techniques. This course is designed for professionals evolving into management or leadership roles, or growing within these roles. 

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 7 pm – 9 pm - Multnomah Arts Center, Portland, OR  Cost: $40, limit of 25 participants   DISCOUNTS: $10 off this class with promo code "Impro!" OR buy a 3-Workshop Bundle for $100 SPECIAL DEAL: We have a few free auditing spots available. Email us on our website for details.   Session Summary  We’ll use real-world scenarios and interactive games to explore the subtle and overt communications that define leadership. We’ll explore verbal and nonverbal communication, interpersonal tensions and other factors that drive group dynamics. Examines how body language, emotional cues, status actions, microexpressions and language choices affect relationship.

 You’ll practice leadership in the session, developing your ability to read and run a room with clarity, authenticity, and authority. You’ll learn how to set a tone of inclusion, enthusiasm and expansion in diverse group settings.    One of a series of professional skill-building workshops designed to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Our workshops use real-world creativity, collaboration and design methods to effect rapid growth and tangible results.  http://www.improvocateurs.com/events

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Wednesday
Oct 5, 2011
21st Century Skills: Transformative Storytelling
Multnomah Arts Center

If you want to tell more engaging and compelling stories in the workplace and beyond, this 2-hour participatory class is for you.

Storytelling is in our DNA. We create stories everyday to make sense of our world. Stories shape our memories and relationships. Stories breathe life into our shared reality, and galvanize shared visions. A great story, well presented, can move mountains. We can develop this innate ability to tell stories that move others.

We'll explore storytelling as a spontaneous act of self-expression and sense-making. Then we'll practice telling stories collaboratively and individually, using interactive and improvisational techniques.

You get the opportunity to hone and improve a real-world story you bring to the workshop, coached by a seasoned interactive consultant and a professional improviser. This is a limited size class, and you will not be asked to "perform."

LIMITED DISCOUNT OFFER: Use promo code "Impro!" to purchase tickets at $20. Half off regular price!

Additional group and professional discounts available - contact Patricia via the website for details.

Buy tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com/e/201484

More about us at www.improvocateurs.com

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Thursday
Jun 7, 2012
3 Minute Pitch Workshop
OTBC (Oregon Technology Business Center)

Time change! Note that this event will start at 3pm, not 1pm!

This 2-hour, hands-on workshop will improve your structure and delivery to help deliver a powerful, compelling and memorable pitch, and is based on our work with entrepreneurs, experienced pros and investors.

Register now to:

  • Review the 13 topics your pitch should address
  • Become a more effective presenter
  • Practice, practice, practice for success
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Wednesday
Jan 28, 2009
3-Day Advanced Ultimate SEO Mastery Workshop
Kingstad Center

Build high performance Internet marketing skills with maximum impact in a limited amount of time. Classes teach a six-step, stress-free approach to Search Engine Optimization. Come to one of our workshops and learn techniques that will not only increase your traffic but convert that traffic into more sales.

Join us January 22nd for the 2-day Essentials, January 28th for the 3-day Advanced or all five days for the Comprehensive Workshop on Search Engine Optimization and Internet Marketing techniques.

Sign-up January 14th or before get up to a $200 discount off of the January Workshops.

These workshops have limited enrollment and fill up fast so register now!

About your instructor:

Colleen Wright is owner of the Interactive marketing agency Response Interactive LLC. Colleen’s career has spanned a variety of industries from banking and finance to seminar marketing, sports marketing, high tech, non-profit and horticulture. She designed her first website in 1997 for a clipart product series she developed. The clip art series named GardenArtz Gardening Clipart continues to be a bestseller in American Nurseryman Catalog.

As an associate of Search Engine Academy, Colleen teaches Search Engine Marketing through the Search Engine Academy of Oregon. Colleen is also on the Education Committee for the Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO) and attends local and national professional development events regularly.

Response Interactive LLC is an interactive marketing agency that offers search engine optimized web site design, search engine marketing services both PPC and SEO, online display advertising, email marketing, SEO training and consulting services. For more information, please visit www.responseim.com.

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• Business Owners
• Direct Marketers
• Public Relations Professionals
• Real Estate Professional
• Web Designers

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Saturday
Feb 10, 2018
3D Animation in Blender
Free Geek

Get familiar with Blender, a free and open source 3D creation suite in this workshop. Bring a project to work on, if you have one!

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Saturday
Dec 9, 2017
3D Animation in Blender
Free Geek

Get familiar with Blender, a free and open source 3D creation suite in this workshop. Bring a project to work on, if you have one!

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Friday
Jun 5, 2015
3D CAD Product Design Workshop
CTRLH - PDX Hackerspace

How to create a 3D CAD project using Autodesk Inventor and how the product development cycle works will be presented. Users must bring their own computer and software to work on. Individuals may choose to work on their own project or a pre-existing Open-Source project. 

The design development cycle can be as in-depth as the group wants it to be. 3D printers are available for prototyping and advice on manufacturing can be presented as well. 

If your product idea is in the Clean Tech category, click below to apply to Autodesk's Clean Tech grant program for up to $150,000 of free software:

http://www.autodesk.com/sustainable-design/software-partnerships/clean-tech


If you don't qualify for the Clean Tech grant program, click the link below and sign up to receive a FREE student version of Autodesk Inventor 2016:

http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/inventor-professional

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Friday
May 29, 2015
3D CAD Product Design Workshop
CTRLH - PDX Hackerspace

How to create a 3D CAD project using Autodesk Inventor and how the product development cycle works will be presented. Users must bring their own computer and software to work on. Individuals may choose to work on their own project or a pre-existing Open-Source project. 

The design development cycle can be as in-depth as the group wants it to be. 3D printers are available for prototyping and advice on manufacturing can be presented as well. 

If your product idea is in the Clean Tech category, click below to apply to Autodesk's Clean Tech grant program for up to $150,000 of free software:

http://www.autodesk.com/sustainable-design/software-partnerships/clean-tech


If you don't qualify for the Clean Tech grant program, click the link below and sign up to receive a FREE student version of Autodesk Inventor 2016:

http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/inventor-professional

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Friday
May 22, 2015
3D CAD Product Design Workshop
CTRLH - PDX Hackerspace

How to create a 3D CAD project using Autodesk Inventor and how the product development cycle works will be presented. Users must bring their own computer and software to work on. Individuals may choose to work on their own project or a pre-existing Open-Source project. 

The design development cycle can be as in-depth as the group wants it to be. 3D printers are available for prototyping and advice on manufacturing can be presented as well. 

If your product idea is in the Clean Tech category, click below to apply to Autodesk's Clean Tech grant program for up to $150,000 of free software:

http://www.autodesk.com/sustainable-design/software-partnerships/clean-tech


If you don't qualify for the Clean Tech grant program, click the link below and sign up to receive a FREE student version of Autodesk Inventor 2016:

http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/inventor-professional

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