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Friday
Jul 16, 2010
Beer & Blog with Jono Bacon

Join Art of Community author Jono Bacon at Friday's Beer & Blog!

Remember that the Community Leadership Summit is this weekend!

www.communityleadershipsummit.com

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Friday
Oct 14, 2011
Beer and Blog

Have beer with geeks. Well-mannered dogs welcomed on patio.

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Friday
Oct 21, 2011
Beer and Blog

Have beer with geeks. Well-mannered dogs welcomed on patio.

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Friday
Oct 28, 2011
Beer and Blog (Halloween Edition)

Have beer with geeks. Well-mannered dogs welcomed on patio.

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Friday
Dec 19, 2008
Beer and Blog - Let it snow

Weekly Portland blogger meet up where bloggers help bloggers over beers.

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Tuesday
May 5, 2015
Beer and Blog Redux!
Green Dragon Bistro & Brew Pub

Come hang out with old and new friends alike at a reprise of the event that brought so many of us together! Come to a special Beer and Blog back at the place where it all began: Green Dragon! We'll be out back in the patio area.

Haven't been to a Beer and Blog before? It's easy - if you're part of the Portland tech community (or new the Portland) and would like to meet some new people, come on over! Especially if you like beers and blogs!

Friday
Aug 7, 2015
Beer and Blog Summer Reunion!
Green Dragon Bistro & Brew Pub

Come hang out for a special Beer and Blog Summer Reunion, Friday, August 7th at the Green Dragon! We'll be out on the back patio, drinking beer, talking PDX tech, and welcoming old friends and new. Join us!

Saturday
Jan 10, 2009
End Bloglessness - A Beer and Blog workshop to install your blog
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

As part of our one year celebration, we want to offer the past year's worth of wisdom that we've built up to help you launch your blog. We're looking for all of those folks that have wanted their own hosted blog. End Bloglessness will be a 4 hour, 4 session workshop.

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Sunday
Oct 4, 2009
End Bloglessness 3
Webtrends

That's right, time to End Bloglessness, AGAIN! Whoo-Hoo! Gather up your friends, family, or any one else you can think of who has been looking to start a blog and come join us! Sunday, October 4th from 12:00-5:00pm

Format

Each session will be 1 hour: 15 minute presentation and 45 minutes of assisted help. During assisted help, attendees can raise their hands to get help from one of our assistants. Assistants are folks from the Portland tech scene that have done this process before who can help you with your questions.

Agenda

* Session 1 - Sign up for your blog 12:00-1:00pm;
* Session 2 - Dial in the settings for your blog 1:00-2:00pm;
* Session 3 - Intro to posting on your blog 2:00-3:00pm;
* Session 4 - How to promote your blog 3:00-4:00pm;
* 4:00-5:00pm will be an open help time to ask help with anything you'd like.

What to expect

We are focusing on WordPress blogs for this workshop. We chose WordPress so that if your blog is going well enough and you need to graduate to a hosted blog, you're data and experience will be compatible. By the time you leave the workshop, you'll have a blog that is ready to go and some direction on how to connect with other local bloggers. We are expecting people from all skill levels, including the technically challenged. Everyone will be treated with respect and will be encouraged. We'll be hosting the event at Webtrends. There are some computers available to use, but we highly recommend bringing your laptop if you have one as there likely won't be enough computers for everyone. Help us get the word out!

Most of the people we're hoping to reach are either to far outside of our social circles or are offline completely. We could use your help in letting people know about this free workshop to get a blog up and running. We don't care if your motivation to blog is personal, professional, or political; we'll help you get one up and running.

* Tweet the link to this page http://bit.ly/ufsYL
* Email this page to a friend
* RSVP on Upcoming and Calagator
* Tell someone in real life using your voice. Crazy, huh?

Why is this free?

We're hoping to make new friends and be good citizens. We don't want to be an insular group, so we want to enable others to join. And, because we're Portlanders inspired by other Portlanders to DIY and that Yes We Can. :)

Help out

If you have experience with installing WordPress, we'd love to have you help answer people's questions. Please leave us a comment below if you're interested in helping!

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Wednesday
Nov 18, 2009
HTML for Bloggers Workshop
Sydney's

HTML for Bloggers is an introductory class that teaches you the basics of HyperText Markup Language. You will get a clearer understanding of how the web works, how your blog works, the role HTML plays in all that, and you will be able to immediately apply your new skills on your blog, Craigslist, eBay, etc.

We will cover the following:

  • Create links and understand them thoroughly
  • Add and manipulate images and audio
  • Format text
  • Get a clear “big picture” of HTML
  • Understand paths and attributes
  • Know about how plug-ins work
  • Understand the difference between HTML, CSS, and Javascript (and know why you should know)
  • Get your questions answered

$58 dollars Register now: http://htmlforbloggers.eventbrite.com/

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Saturday
Sep 27, 2008
WordCamp Portland
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

THIS EVENT IS SOLD-OUT

WordCamp is a gathering of WordPress folks. Whether you consider yourself an enthusiast, developer, designer, marketer, or writer, WordCamp is for you.

WordCamp Portland will be held at CubeSpace on September 27th. You can head over to the Agenda page to check out the details, but we’ll kick things off with a couple large-group speakers including Lorelle Van Fossen as our keynote speaker. The middle of the day will feature several small-group breakout sessions with a variety of topics. Attendees can pose WordPress questions to our “Ask the Experts” panel before dinner. After dinner, we’ll have a bunch of rooms available for unconference-style sessions to be determined by the attendees on the day of the event.

We’re now accepting registrations for WordCamp Portland. The advance registration fee is $10 which includes lunch, dinner, a WordCamp Portland T-shirt, and entry into drawings for door prizes.

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