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Thursday
Jan 22, 2009
IxDA Portland F2F Gathering (Interaction Designers)
McMenamins Ringlers Pub

Come out to rant, rave, engage and connect with fellow Interaction Design practitioners and people interested in Interaction Design. We meet up bi-monthly to network with each other and become inspired together.

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Wednesday
Feb 14, 2018
Salem Area SQL User Group
Public Service Building

SalemSQL returns! This group seeks to host monthly meetings on a variety of Data Platform topics. Check out the website for more info.

http://salemsql.pass.org/

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Tuesday
Dec 9, 2008
Software & Internet SIG - Evolving your startup, Iterating your Product
Monsoon Software

Any student of business history knows that all great companies have evolved, sometimes radically, from their initial ideas and products. With software businesses , especially web based services, the ability to evolve is much more rapid, and coupled with the availability of quantifiable user feedback.

What are some of the development methodologies that actually work in the real world? How do you tie product iteration to tangible revenue opportunities? What kind of feedback should you seek from your customers? How do you listen to what your disinterested consumers are not telling you? How have other people approached this problem, where have they failed, and how have they succeeded?

Join us for a moderated discussion on this topic and bring your questions and insights.

Speaker(s) Contact & Others

Event Host Dhananjay Keskar Panelist Kanth Gopalpur, CEO, Monsoon Works Milind Pandit, Director of Product Management, Iovation

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Thursday
Oct 11, 2012
The Mobile Experience will define the Internet's Next Layer
Citizen Studio

Thursday, October 11, 2012, 6:30 pm Citizen, 2001 NW 19th Avenue, Suite 105 Join on Facebook First there was the Internet of Information, and then came the Social Internet. Next there is the Internet-of-You controlled by the mobile experience, which adds information about your location and activities through a myriad of mobile sensors. What will the new layer of the Internet look like when it comes from our physical space through wireless-connected products like the Nest thermostat, Sonos speakers and WeMo controls for home electronics, and hard goods, from lamps to pet feeders? How will this new real world web of information interact with the other layers of the Internet? How will this help designers increase user benefits?

Come listen to Citizen's point of view on the Internet-of-You and the mobile experience layer at 6:30 pm on Thursday, October 11. Through Citizen’s leading-edge work with top-tier mobile carriers, device and chipset manufacturers, and the worlds leading media and content providers, Citizen is uniquely positioned to deliver the future and speak to how the mobile industry is moving. Join the Citizen team and let them tell you a bit about what they see is coming next.

This event is part of the Citizen Open Studio from 3-7pm in the Design Week NW Open Studios. There will be lots of neat things to see: citizenopenstudio.eventbrite.com www.citizensof.com @pluscitizen www.designweekportland.com

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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
May 30, 2019
Un-Redacting the Mueller Report and Abstracting the News with NLP @ PDXPython & Pyladies PDX Presentation Night
New Relic

Un-Redacting the Mueller Report and Abstracting the News with NLP By Hobson Lane and Al Kari

Hobson will show you how to write a python "mad-libber" that can unredact the Mueller Report. The first person to correctly predict the next word better than the mad-libber will win an autographed copy of Natural Language Processing in Action, a book produced through open collaboration among Portland Python User Group Members, led by Cole Howard and Hannes Hapke. Then Hobson and Al Kari will show you how they use this same state-of-the-art language model to generate meaningful abstractive summaries of technical documents like clinical medical records.

About our speakers: Hobson Lane's first Python apps were built with the help of friends at the Portland Python User Group almost a decade ago. Since then he's been using Python for everything from chatbots to building energy consumption forecasting. He's now CTO at Deep Canopy where they build smart cameras for industry. In his spare time Hobson teaches Python and data science on Springboard.com, Thinkful.com, and Totalgood.com and preaches crackpot ideas for harnessing the pending AI explosion for the greater good.

Al Kari is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) in Machine Learning, organizer of the TensorFlow-Northwest meetup group and CEO of Manceps, an engineering company focused on providing intelligent automation solutions to innovative businesses.

Join us afterward at Bailey's Upper Lip Upstairs Taproom 213 SW Broadway to continue the discussion over a beverage.

Do you have something you'd like to share?

PDX Python on Twitter (http://twitter.com/pdxpython)

Portland Python Web Site (http://pdxpython.io/)

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Thursday
Jun 8, 2017
"Automating HR Processes" @ Portland Nintex User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

The Portland Nintex User Group meets quarterly to talk about the Nintex product. Nintex is a 3rd party tool for Microsoft SharePoint & Office 365 that allows for complex business process automation.

Schnitzer Steel Industries has adopted Nintex to enhance primarily HR processes such as employee onboarding, offboarding, performance, discipline, wellness, and surveys as well as other processes throughout the company, including compliance, auto and metal recycling, and point of sale-generated alert management. David Dean, SharePoint/Office 365 Architect, will be discussing our benefits utilizing Nintex for HR processes and demo previews of HR processes and highlight some tips and tricks that Nintex provides to make it a flexible tool for HR business requirements as well as get a glimpse of Nintex Hawkeye data. This presentation is designed for a mixed audience of IT and HR professionals who may be interested in these type of processes and capabilities utilizing Nintex.

This event is targeted to IT professionals and HR Managers who are seeking to reduce HR costs or increase HR compliance through automation.

Please register here: https://www.meetup.com/Portland-Nintex-User-Group/events/239908279/

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Thursday
Oct 13, 2016
"Azure Automation and Logic Apps" Portland Azure User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

October meeting of the Portland Azure User Group:

Classic silo-driven IT delivery models are being challenged by the agility of a Cloud-first world. In this session led by Jordan Smith – Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure TSP from Microsoft, we will explore how Azure can enable automated and rapid workload provisioning utilizing industry standard REST APIs.

We’ll discuss subscription architecture and security, the storing and retrieval of secrets, automation workflow, ARM template authoring with automation in mind, and demonstrate the provisioning of an n-tier application architecture using a simple API call.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

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Wednesday
Mar 15, 2017
"If you could re-do your O365 deployment, what would you do differently?" Panel Discussion at the Portland SharePoint User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

This meeting is a panel discussion about Office 365 deployments and lessons learned. What went right? What would you do differently?

Details about the panel discussion are here: https://www.meetup.com/Portland-SharePoint-User-Group/events/237742875/

Please register for the event on Meetup.

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Wednesday
Nov 16, 2011
"Max Guernsey: Goad Testing: Guaranteeing that Tests Make Distinctions"
Puppet Labs on NW Park (old office)

Test Driven Development has reached maturity. Goad Testing takes you a level deeper, examining what tests really are and using the outcome of that exercise to derive new ways of keeping software - both production and test - healthy, flexible, and on-specification. Making distinctions is a critical aspect of a test: It allows a test to serve as an executable specification. Sometimes this ability is lost in the course of maintenance. Goad testing is a way to prevent that from happening without introducing significant extra work or complexity.

About Max Guernsey III, Hexagon Software LLC: I’ve been in the software development industry for over ten years. Nearly half of that has been spent mentoring teams in various aspects of Agility, including Design Patterns, TDD, User Story creation & analysis. In the last few years, I’ve become interested in how Lean and Agile fit together.

This event is free and is at our new location, Puppet Labs. It begins at 6:30 pm with pizza, sponsored by PNSQC (Many thanks to both Puppet Labs and PNSQC for supporting agile in Portland).

The program starts at 7:00 pm.

After the program you're invited to join us for a no-host gathering at a nearby brewpub for further discussion of chicken wings and other agile conundrums.

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Wednesday
May 16, 2018
"Migrating to PowerApps & Flow from InfoPath & SharePoint Workflow" @ Portland SharePoint User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

In this presentation James Lewiston will discus a scenario of migrating a simple InfoPath Form and SharePoint Designer Workflow to Microsoft's modern PowerApps and Flow. James will review technical considerations and migration options.

Please be sure to register for this event on our Meetup.com page.

https://www.meetup.com/Portland-SharePoint-User-Group

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Wednesday
Oct 17, 2018
"No-Code Cascading Dropdowns in SharePoint List Forms with PowerApps" @ Portland SharePoint User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

Are you one of the bazillion SharePoint users that have long been confounded by the fact that Microsoft doesn’t offer a no-code way to do filtered and cascading dropdowns in list forms? Sure, we had InfoPath for a while, but InfoPath is now on life support. At long last there is an answer; using PowerApps, we can customize Modern UI list forms to implement filtered and cascading drop downs. And we don’t even have to write any code. In this session Derek Nishino will walk you through implementing filtered and cascading dropdowns, including the formulas and other PowerApps elements needed to make them work.

Agenda:

11:30am - Welcome time & Catering Served 11:45am - Group announcements 12:00pm - Main presentation.

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Wednesday
Sep 16, 2015
"SharePint" happy hour with the Portland SharePoint User Group
On Deck Sports Bar

Join us for happy-hour networking and SharePoint discussions.

This is a great opportunity to bring your SharePoint questions and talk to other users on a 1-on-1 level. People of all experience levels are welcome.

Appetizers, refreshments, swag, and great raffle items will be provided by our sponsors!

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Thursday
May 5, 2016
"SharePoint 101" with Portland SharePoint User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

Are you interested in learning the fundamentals of SharePoint? Join the SharePoint User Group in this free end-user training. This three-hour training includes:

• Intro to the SharePoint User Interface • Using SharePoint Lists • Fundamentals of Document Libraries • How to use SharePoint 2013 Search

You will need to bring a modern laptop with WiFi. Please RSVP on the meetup.com page!

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Thursday
Sep 29, 2016
"SharePoint 101" with the Portland SharePoint User Group
Marquam

Are you interested in learning the fundamentals of SharePoint? Join the SharePoint User Group in this free end-user training. This three-hour training includes:

• Intro to the SharePoint User Interface • Using SharePoint Lists • Fundamentals of Document Libraries • How to use SharePoint Search

You will need to bring a modern laptop with WiFi.

Please register on the Meetup.com page.

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Tuesday
Apr 5, 2016
"SharePoint 101" with the Portland SharePoint User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

Are you interested in learning the fundamentals of SharePoint? Join the SharePoint User Group in this free end-user training. This three-hour training includes:

• Intro to the SharePoint User Interface • Using SharePoint Lists • Fundamentals of Document Libraries • How to use SharePoint 2013 Search

You will need to bring a modern laptop with WiFi.

Note: we are offering two identical sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Due to limits on the class sizes, please send no more than 2 people from a company. A wait list is enabled, if a bunch of people are interested we will look to host these more frequently.

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Wednesday
Nov 15, 2017
"The SharePoint Development Landscape" @ the Portland SharePoint User Group
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

Choosing the appropriate development tools and languages.

Review the tools and techniques available for customizing SharePoint 2013, 2016 and Office 365. The development landscape has changed a lot in the last 2 years and it can be confusing about what is the best way to accomplish SharePoint customizations. Kyle Petersen will review Full Trust code, client side scripting, PowerShell scripts, SharePoint Add-Ins and the new SharePoint Framework to help you decide what is the appropriate set of tools for your environment.

Agenda:

11:30am - Catering Served

12:00pm - Presentation Begins

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Thursday
Sep 27, 2018
"Tungsten Fabric: Open Source Multi-Cloud Networking at Scale" @ PAzUG
Marquam

Tungsten Fabric (http://www.tungsten.io; formerly OpenContrail) is an open source, scalable and multi-cloud networking platform. Large enterprises and service providers are using it at massive production scale, and this meetup offers some tips, insights, and "don't go theres" from users with success stories (and some battle scars).

Come to this meetup to learn how users are deploying Tungsten Fabric for load balancing, HA, service chaining, analytics/orchestration and extending network to multi private / public clouds viz., AWS, Azure and Google.

Sanju Abraham will be our speaker. Sanju Abraham will deliver a project overview, showcase users and use cases. Then, we’ll dive into a demo of Kubernetes with Tungsten Fabric across onprem and AWS. We’ll demonstrate the ability to access Kubernetes and launch new containers, access the Tungsten Fabric UI, and observe the network state.

Tungsten Fabric is integrated with Kubernetes, VMware and OpenStack. It also supports public cloud deployments including AWS, Google and Azure. As both Enterprise and Telco IT architectures evolve, supporting multi-cloud environments is table stakes. This meetup will lay out how users can quickly get going with Tungsten Fabric, using software-driven networking and policy management to operate in a multi-cloud environment.

If you’re interested in networking for private clouds running OpenStack, Kubernetes, and VMware that also rely on services from AWS, Google and Azure, this meetup is for you!

Agenda:

5:00pm – Welcome time 5:30pm – Catering served 5:45pm – Group announcements and presentation 7:30pm – Wrap up.

PLEASE RSVP ON THE MEETUP PAGE

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Wednesday
May 26, 2010
(Canceled) PDX Open Source Geospatial User Group
OpenSourcery

Meeting agenda: - Meeting is canceled due to following so closely on the heels of our GIS unconference at Portland State Uni.

We meet the 4th Wednesday of every month from 6:30-8:00 PM at OpenSourcery in NW Portland. No need to RSVP, all are welcome- our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers. [Please arrive no more than 10 minutes early, as the developers at OpenSourcery are working up until the meeting time.]

OpenSourcery 1636 NW Lovejoy St. Portland, OR 97209 [Or, if you prefer: 45.529986, -122.688206]

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Friday
May 17, 2013
(Postponed) Esri Geo Hackathon!
through TBD - Portland

UPDATE: Due to several people on our team being out of town, we've had to postpone this event until later this year. We'll be sure to add it to calagator when we pick a new date!


We're throwing a big hackathon to showcase a bunch of new Esri tools! Come be some of the first to check out new and improved documentation, user interface and new SDKs and APIs for Esri's core technology.

New to Esri? Basically, you can do anything add any kind of geo-functionality any product or app you're working on. From maps and data, geocoding and routing, demographic data and more, you'll be able to check out and test work from Esri R&D Center Portland and Esri HQ in Redlands!

There will be plenty of free food and drink, and networking kickoff the night before. Teams will have Friday night until 6pm Sunday to build apps using Esri technology. We'll have sample code on Github and a ton of example projects. There will also be plenty of Esri devs on site to help out.

Who should attend?

Feel free to participate if you're a designer or developer, college student, professional, high school student or someone just interested in geo. Keep in mind that this is a developer hackathon, so you should arrive with at least some knowledge of HTML/CSS so that you can contribute to a team. If you don't know HTML/CSS but are a skilled graphic designer, we need you too! Think of it as a playground for trying new things out.

What kind of prizes will there be?

Prizes will be announced soon, but suffice it to say they will likely be interesting objects that fly through the air. Also, free conference tickets and Esri software credits for runner ups.

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Thursday
Nov 13, 2014
***CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER***: UX Book Club PDX is talking about A Web For Everyone by Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery
Mozilla

CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER

Come along and join us to talk about A Web For Everyone by Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery, which is a very useful book on accessibility and universal design. Additionally, we're going to be joined by Whitney on Skype to discuss creating digital content for everyone, including people with disabilities. Accessibility is a huge subject, and one that is frequently overlooked by designers and developers, even though there are laws covering the rights of people (for example, employees and members of the public) to be able to access information.

Come along with any of your team to discuss the important topic of accessibility and how it's not something you tack on at the end of a project, but something that can improve the usability of a product for everyone.

For information on where to buy the book, and a limited-time 30% discount code, see the post in our Google Group.

If you haven't finished reading the book, please still come along and join in the conversation.

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Monday
Jan 4, 2016
**CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER Portland Puppet User Group Meeting
Puppet

Please join us for an evening of Puppet talks!

We'll have Ryan Whitehurst, SysOps Engineer to talk about what he learned from the recent move of our internal Puppet deployment from PE 3.2 (Puppet 3.4.3) to PE 2015.2 (Puppet 4.2). He'll cover the successes, troubles, and tricks we used to make this transition. Ryan works on the SysOps team at Puppet Labs. His current primary responsibility is the development and maintenance of our internal Puppet Enterprise deployment.

Agenda:

  • 6:00-6:30 Pizza & salad, including vegan & gluten free options

  • 6:30-7:15 Moving from Puppet 3 to Puppet 4 - Ryan Whitehurst, Puppet Labs

  • 7:15-7:45 Discussion about challenges that you've experienced moving your Puppet deployments

  • 7:45-8:15 Mingle & plan for the next meeting

Extra Details: The office is wheelchair accessible, and has an elevator. There is bike parking on the street and just inside the parking garage at the corner of SW Stark and SW 1st Ave. Parking is available on the street or at one of the many pay to park lots near the office

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Thursday
Dec 26, 2013
*Cancelled* Linux Open Questions
Free Geek

Teacher: Scott Morris Maximum students: 6

This class is designed for people who want to learn more about how to use their Ubuntu computer, especially in regards to the graphical user interface (GUI). Learn the basics of Ubuntu Linux in this class that changes based on the needs and questions of the class. Students need only take this class one time but may take it as often as they'd like. No signup required!

Wednesday
Aug 29, 2007
.NET User Group
Microsoft Portland
Wednesday
May 30, 2007
.NET User Group
Microsoft Portland
Wednesday
Mar 28, 2007
.Net User Group
Microsoft Portland
Wednesday
Jun 17, 2015
10 Billion a Day, 100 Milliseconds Per: Monitoring Real Time Bidding at AdRoll - Portland Erlang / Elixir Meetup
eBay Community Lounge

10 Billion a Day, 100 Milliseconds Per: Monitoring Real Time Bidding at AdRoll

Brian Troutwine of Adroll will be joining us tonight. Adroll uses Erlang to power their high-speed, never-stop online advertising services. That's right, 10 billion transactions a day.

Brian's talk will provide motivation for the extensive instrumentation of complex computer systems and make the argument that such systems are essential. This talk will provide practical starting points in Erlang projects and maintain a perspective on the human organization around the computer system. Brian will focus on getting started with instrumentation in a systematic way and follow up with the challenge of interpreting and acting on metrics emitted from a production system in a way which does not overwhelm operators’ ability to effectively control or prioritize faults in the system. He’ll use historical examples and case studies from my work to keep the talk anchored in the practical.

Talk objectives:

Brian hopes to convince the audience of two things:

• monitoring and instrumentation is an essential component of any long-lived system and

• it's not so hard to get started, after all.

He’ll keep a clear-eyed view of what works and is difficult in practice so that the audience can make a reasoned decision after the talk.

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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

An image of Berkeley Martinez

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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Thursday
Jun 18, 2020
@DAMAPDX Chapter Meeting June 2020: Predictive Analytics with BigQuery ML with Jimmy Ruiz
Zoom Conference

https://damapdx.org/2020/06/08/june-2020-predictive-analytics-with-bigquery-ml/

In this session a Customer Engineer from Google will provide an introduction to BigQuery and BigQuery ML.

About this Event

Presented by Jimmy Ruiz, Google Cloud Platform Engineer

DAMAPDX chapter meetings free to members, suggested donation for online events (pay what you can)

Abstract

What is BigQuery? BigQuery Architectural Overview BigQuery Demo Introduction into BigQuery ML Demo: Predict GA 360 User Conversions with BigQuery ML

In this session, a Customer Engineer from Google will provide an introduction to BigQuery and BigQuery ML. Attendees will learn some key concepts, use cases, and see BigQuery in action.

Where RSVP for Zoom link

Date – Thursday, June 18th

Time – 8:30 – 10:30am

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Wednesday
Nov 18, 2015
A Noob's Guide to Multiplayer Game Development in Elixir
Househappy

Take a break from League of Legends to learn how to create multiplayer games of your own. Michael Matyi of Househappy will share his experiences in writing a multiplayer game server using Elixir and OTP principles. A variety of topics will be visited, including DSLs, socket communication and streams.

Bring your laptop! There will be an interactive demo to help illustrate the concepts in this talk.

Questions? [email protected]

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