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Jul 22, 2013
through University of Portland Website
Jun 2, 2012
Portland Code Camp
Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Portland Code Camp brings regional software development professionals together for the opportunity to immerse themselves in seminars, presentations, group exploration, and networking. Participants will be able to engage in their preferred technology, as well as to sample other options, with a focus on extending information exchange and enhancing the cross pollination of ideas.

Admission to this event is free, all costs are covered by donations and sponsorships. Please register soon as seating is limited — and tell you friends and colleagues about the event.

Apr 11, 2010
Cocktail Camp
New Deal Distillery and Tasting Room

CocktailCamp is an informal day-long gathering for people who enjoy making, drinking, and discussing cocktails. It is a community-focused event organized by a small group of cocktail enthusiasts whose primary goal is to ensure attendees have a good time, learn a few things, and meet some interesting people.

Both hobbyists and professionals will give fun and informative presentations. There will also be space for smaller informal discussions among attendees.

Tickets are only 10 dollars and are available at our website.

May 30, 2009
Portland Code Camp
Reed College

Code Camp is a place for developers to come and learn from their peers. This FREE community driven event has become an international trend where peer groups of all platforms, programming languages and disciplines band together to bring content to the community.

Who is speaking at Code Camp? YOU are, YOUR PEERS are, and YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS are...all are welcome! This is a community event and one of the main purposes of the event is to have local community members step up and offer some cool presentations! Don’t worry if you have never given a presentation before, we’ll give you some tips if you need help, and this a great opportunity to spread your wings. Of course, we do have some ringers on our speaker list as well...stay tuned...

Feb 27, 2016
ProductCamp Portland 2016
Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

T-minus 30 days! Come join us at the must-attend Product event of the year. Come to learn, share, network, or just for group therapy. Your $10 admission includes the program, breakfast lunch & after party.

May 12, 2012
ProductCamp Portland
Southridge High School, Beaverton

We are bringing the the first-ever ProductCamp to Portland this May. If you are at all involved in Tech-related Product Marketing, Product Management, or Planning, this will be the don't-miss event of the season. ProductCamp, like FooCamp, Barcamp, and others, is a national phenomenon - an 'Unconference', where attendees determine the session content. Alas, there will be no 'keynotes', logo'd backpacks, or private club parties. What there WILL be are the Portland top PMs - sharing what they're doing and how they're doing it. We are already approaching 100 registered attendees - the thought leaders who are shaping PDX-area companies large and small. Attendance is free, and invaluable. See you there!

Oct 4, 2019
Camp Smalltalk
through Ctrl-H / PDX Hackerspace

The Pacific Northwest Smalltalk crew would like to invite you to Camp Smalltalk PDX this October. Join us in beautiful Portland, Oregon for a memorable weekend.

There is no set schedule as of now. Likely topics include:

  • Smalltalk on iOS and Android
  • Web Frameworks
  • GemStone OODB
  • Virtual machine implementations
  • Data processing applications
  • Language design

If you are curious about Smalltalk, learn from the experts. If you are an expert, influence the future generation of Smalltalkers!

Nov 5, 2013
Brand Camp
Green Rising Marketing

What’s making you feel lost in your marketing?

Your Brand, your Marketing, is one of those things that feels like it should be easy; people act like it should come naturally. You try, but indecision paralyzes you, and everything sounds over-the-top, too weak, or just …sigh… weird.

So, where to start? To kickstart? To Re-Start?

You’ve got the passion, you love what you do, and hell, quite frankly, the world needs you. (If only they knew about you.)

Enter Green Rising. Why pay big, fancy agency fees, when DIY is way more fun? We’ll teach you everything we know (and can fit into 2 days), so you can up your game, get focused, and share your inner powerhouse with the rest of the world.

You deserve it.

On day 1 of Brand Camp you’ll learn how to:

…articulate the WHY of what you do …find your best customers …stand. out.

How can we top that?

On day 2, you’ll learn how to:

…carry out your vision on your own terms with the basics of marketing and social media (insta-what?), and make real, live connections to experts in graphic design, web design, photography and more. -Learn + Do = Marketing ready-to-go

You will work intensively to sharpen your marketing tools and tactical implementation, all while making great connections within a small class size. Be prepared to have homework every week and really get to know your business in a new way.

When: Nov. 5th (session 1) & Nov. 19th (session 2)

Where: 1306 NW Hoyt St. #300, Portland, OR 97209

Pricing: $150 for one session, $250 if you sign up for both at the same time (includes lunch @ Paragon)

Email [email protected] if you're interested!

Mar 15, 2012
IT Camp
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District)

More Information and to Register. -

IT Camps are semi-structured, no-fluff events exclusively designed to serve IT professionals. They are a free, in-person learning event for anyone seeking professional development as it applies to IT Professionals. The agenda is intended to deliver a technical overview and hands-on experience that is less formal or structured than traditional instructor-led training. Participants will have a chance to perform hands on activities / exercises individually or as a team. At the end of the day, we encourage everyone to share their thoughts and experiences with the rest of the group. Come prepared to have fun, be excited, and interact in a group.

Please visit Harold Wong’s and Chris Avis’ blog today to start making topic suggestions for the upcoming event in your city.

• Harold Wong –

• Chris Avis -

To participate in the afternoon session, you will need to bring your own computer (laptop preferred) with the following minimum configuration:

• 4GB RAM (8 GB preferred)

• At least 20GB of free disk space (75 GB preferred)

• x64 compatible processor with Intel VT or AMD-V technology

More Information and to Register. -

Nov 13, 2009
OpenSQL Camp

OpenSQL Camp is an un-conference style get together for people interested in Open Source Databases. We are not focusing on any one project, and hope to see representatives from a variety of open source database projects attend. OpenSQL Camp is free and our target audience are users and developers, but others are encouraged to attend too. See the website to sign up, and to see the full schedule.

Oct 21, 2009
Presentation Camp

Presentation Camp is an all day collaborative event that is focused on improving presentation content, delivery and storytelling. Giving an effective presentation is tough - but Presentation Camp offers insights from the experts, peer-to-peer collaboration and tips for improving presentation skills.

Oct 3, 2008
CampFire Camp

CampFire Camp is a fun end of Summer backyard campfire get-together and you are invited! Here's the scoop:

- Please RSVP here so we can gauge attendance.

- Bring your own food, and a little extra to share. We're talking campfire food; s'mores, roasted marshmallows, popcorn, hot dogs etc. If you've ever wanted to try making bacon-on-a-stick over an open fire, this is your chance!

- Significant others and kids are encouraged to attend.

- Location: This event is semi-public. Anyone in the PDX techie community is welcome to come, but we don't want to post the address here on Upcoming. Join us at Beer&Blog on Friday and we'll tell you where to go from there. It's near NE 33rd & Prescott.

Aug 11, 2014
Fun And Games In Python
through Periscope Books & Tutoring

The dominant programming language in research laboratories is also quite handy for writing games. It's easy to learn and will help you develop good programming habits. Python is a highly structured object oriented programing language which is used in everything from web sites such as Gmail and YouTube to robots, medical equipment, scientific instruments, 3D animation software...and of course GAMES. One week won't make you an expert, but with the provided text book (yours to keep) and on-line resources, you can continue to progress on your own. No programming experience required.

  • Cost: $250
  • Ages: 13-18 (or w/permission)
  • Instructor: Markus Roberts
  • To register, call Lorri Nandrea 503-746-5669 or email [email protected]
Jun 17, 2009
Lucky Labrador Beer Hall

Instantiations and The Eclipse Foundation will co-host a pizza and salad buffet, including beverages. Come see what’s cool in Eclipse development, and network with your local Eclipse community!

Here are the official details and where to sign up:

Event Sponsors: Eclipse Foundation / Instantiations

Event Title: Eclipse DemoCamps Galileo 2009/Portland

Date: June 17, 2009

Time: 7pm – 9pm (Presenters set up at 6pm)

Location: Lucky Lab Beer Hall, 1945 NW Quimby, Portland

Cost: Complimentary; attendance is limited

Registration: To register, add your name as presenter or attendee to this wiki:

Feel free to pass this along to your colleagues, and be sure to sign up on the wiki if you would like to attend or present!

We look forward to seeing you there.

Jan 28, 2016
Camp Optimization Meetup
Baerlic Brewing

What is Camp Optimization? Camp Optimization's mission is simple: provide a casual, fun and informative forum for digital marketers and technologists to share optimization best-practices, challenges and wins.

This month Ryan Campell joins Camp Optimization from Add3 (Add3 is a digital marketing agency that delivers integrated digital marketing campaigns across search, social & display advertising, helping our clients reach their marketing goals) to talk on behalf of pay per click marketing. PPC is one of the most measurable digital marketing channels available.

Come learn actionable strategies and tactics you can implement to take your optimization campaigns to the next level. Ryan has been leading and managing digital marketing campaigns for almost 10 years. He's optimized campaigns as an in house manager and now, at an agency. Ryan has a deep passion for performance based digital marketing and is an expert in paid search, SEO, and paid social media.

We will be meeting at Baerlic Brewing Company for some beer and casual networking. First round of beer is on us!

This event sponsored and hosted by roboboogie.

Who is roboboogie? Roboboogie is a Portland-based customer experience optimization agency partnering closely with brands to improve conversion rates, nurture brand advocacy and increase customer value.

Jan 14, 2014
Puppet Camp Portland
McMenamins Mission Theater & Pub

Please note that you MUST register to attend this free event!

We will be accepting talk proposals until December 2, so if you want to talk, please submit! We will be announcing the agenda in mid-December.

Sep 7, 2013
Portland Code Camp
Mittleman Jewish Community Center Website
Nov 10, 2012
Tiny Startup Camp
through Cloudability

Tiny Startup Camp is an event helping to explore, educate, and motivate people to create Tiny Startups--defined as small, highly scalable, non-funded companies. As a two-day event, day one of Tiny Startup Camp is structured around speakers helping attendees learn the details of planning for, testing, launching, and monetizing small online businesses. The second day is a workshop format, with on-site facilitators giving hands on help while attendees actively implement the steps necessary to get a live test site up and running. With experts in paid search, SEO, WordPress, monetizing strategies, story telling, and audience definition, it's sure to help a wide range of people, from budding entrepreneurs, to already launched startups interested in testing and creating new product lines. Tiny Startup Camp is November 10-11 at the Urban Airship offices in NW Portland. Get your ticket at

Nov 18, 2011
Microsoft IT Camp
Microsoft Portland

Join us for an informal event where the true agenda is up to you! The camp leader (Chris E. Avis - IT Evangelist/Microsoft) will lead off with a brief intro to the camp then open the floor up for discussion topics. We will then work through those topics until the end of the session (or until we just get tired of talking!).

This will be very interactive and works best with participation from everyone. We look forward to having you join us for this new informal event.

Jul 16, 2011
Seattle Lean Camp
through UW Center for Urban Horticulture, Seattle WA

Seattle Lean Camp is an Open Space. It's about learning, creating, and building value by discussing Lean Principles, Deming, real-world stories, and the impacts of collaboration and respect in the workplace. Kanban, Personal Kanban, Agile, Six Sigma, 5s, is all on the table...but so is the root of all these forms...Continuous Improvement.

Join practitioners, thinkers, and luminaries from across medicine, manufacturing, software development, education, and personal productivity.

The open space event is limited to 150 people, so sign up early.


Jun 4, 2011
Portland Code Camp
Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Portland Code Camp (, the annual free event that invites software professionals from throughout the Northwest to present on a wide range of programming technologies will be held on Saturday, June 4, from 8am to 10pm at Eliot Center ( in downtown Portland.

This year’s keynote will be Scott Hanselman (, who will speak on: “Lego, Open Source and Sucking Less: An Overview of the MS Web Stack of Love”. A popular speaker who, by his own admission, doesn’t “sleep too much”, Scott is currently a Microsoft principal program manager, has been Chief Architect at Corillian Corporation, and a principal consultant at STEP Technology.

Come listen to a wide range of topics and technologies inluding talks on: Android Apps, Windows Phone 7 programming, HTML5, Azure, the Cloud, Asynchronous Programming, Open Source frameworks, and much more.

Through the generous support of its sponsors and donors, Portland Code Camp is free (registration is easy and painless at and includes snacks, lunch and what is best – the ability to hobnob with your fellow programmers while learning about many of the hottest programming, web and mobile technologies.

If you have experience and a passion for some aspect of programming technology or process that you feel would be of interest to the community at large, please submit an abstract before May 25 ( We are encouraging sessions that range from sessions that help folks that are new to a technology to those that demonstrate pushing the edges with various technologies. If you have never presented before, be of good cheer – Portland Code Camp welcomes first time presenters.

Jun 25, 2010
PDX Net2 Camp
Jupiter Hotel

About PDX Net2 Camp PDX Net2 Camp is an event focused on intersecting technology and social impact -- right here in Portland. It's a gathering for participants to learn, share insights and build sustainable collaborations in an open environment. Participant-driven topics will will explore how technology can advance...

  • Program Delivery
  • Communications
  • Fundraising
  • Advocacy
  • Community Organizing
  • and more!

Who should attend this camp? This camp is for nonprofit/ngo leaders, designers, developers, advocacy groups, fundraising professionals, communications specialists, and entrepreneurs. ...and anyone else who wants to contribute, brainstorm and discover ideas for creating social change through the use of technology.

Event Details When: Friday, June 25th, 9:30am - 3:00pm Where: DreamBOX @ the Jupiter Hotel, 800 East Burnside Street, Portland, OR Cost: Free!!!

Register at

Stay Tuned for More Details... Details will be posted on PDX Net2 Camp wiki at

May 22, 2010
Portland Code Camp
University of Oregon Portland

Portland Code Camp and SQL Saturday are combining and coordinating efforts to bring 700-800 regional software development professionals together for the opportunity to immerse themselves in seminars, presentations, group exploration, and networking. Participants will be able to engage in their preferred technology, as well as to sample other options, with a focus on extending information exchange and enhancing the cross pollination of ideas. Mark your calendar! Portland Code Camp and SQL Saturday 2010 is scheduled for May 22, 2010, at the University of Portland campus. The event is scheduled from 8:00 AM until 10:00 PM. The University of Portland facility offers a great venue –including large fully equipped and air conditioned meeting rooms, excellent parking, access to public transportation, and easy bike commuting. A few deep dive sessions (2.5 hour) will be scheduled for 7:00 PM –after evening snacks and refreshments.

This year, Portland Code Camp is encouraging presentations in the areas of Mobile, Social, Cloud, and Gaming. Of course, other informative topics will be considered. A hallmark of ‘code camp’ is that we encourage presenters to keep their presentations within the realm of ‘code’; a few sessions may have such informative value that they will be permitted without code. Visit to submit a CodeCamp related session.

Portland SQLSaturday is encouraging presentations related to interoperability of any of the SQL platforms, including T-SQL (SQL Server), PL/SQL, PostgreSQL, and MySQL. Abstracts for platform specific sessions are also encouraged. Visit to submit a SQL related session abstract.

Admission to this event is free, all costs are covered by donations and sponsorships.

Please register soon as seating is limited –and tell you friends and colleagues about the event.

To Register, visit:

May 19, 2007
Code Camp 3.0
Code Camp 3.0
Mar 6, 2017
Free Code Camp PDX Hangout w/ Special Guest Dan Linn

Welcome back campers! We have a new location and will meeting every other monday now :) Like our previous meetings this is a laid back study/networking session. Bring your laptops and questions . All levels of experience welcome.

This week Dan Linn, of Hello World Devs with be joining us and presenting his talk on imposter syndrome.

Please RSVP on Meetup so we can get a headcount

Jan 9, 2017
Free Code Camp PDX Study Group/Networking Night
Phase 2

Please RSVP on meetup so we can get a head count:

Welcone This is a laid back study/networking session. Bring your laptops and questions . All levels of expirence welcome.

Jul 14, 2014
DIY Musical Instruments
Periscope Books & Tutoring

Music hides inside everything from rulers to jelly jars, and you can make it come out if you know how to whack, thwack, twang, bang, pluck, pucker & blow the notes from their hiding places. During the week we'll build & learn to play dozens of ad hoc musical instruments, put together a rousing ensemble video performance, and upload it to YouTube. We'll also learn about the physics of sound and explore the basics of music theory such as pitch, rhythm, timbre, and harmony. No musical experience required, just a consent form to appear in the video.

  • Cost: $250
  • Ages: 6-14 (or w/permission)
  • 9am-3pm Jul 14-18
  • Instructor: Markus Roberts
  • To register, call Lorri Nandrea 503-746-5669 or email [email protected]
Apr 1, 2011
PDX-OSGEO Hackathon/Japan Crisis Camp

A continuation of the Open Source GIS Unconference on Tuesday. GIS developers can come and do some coding or write documentation for whatever projects they dream up. Meanwhile, we will also be hosting a Crisis Camp where anyone can come and help update a map of Japan in the wake of the Sendai disaster. We will provide training to anyone who is new to Open Street Map editing.

Oct 29, 2009
WineCampPDX planning meeting
Pour Wine Bar & Bistro

This is a planning meeting for WineCampPDX.

WineCampPDX is an unconference for those (novice to expert and industry) interested in wine, winemaking, wine paring, learning about all things wine, and networking. WineCampPDX’s main goal is to educate people about wine with open participatory workshop-events. WineCampPDX sessions may include wine 101 for newbies, types of wine, wine pairing, wine making, and more.

For more information on WineCampPDX, go to our website.