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Oct 3, 2010
Open Government Hackathon
NedSpace Old Town

Join us after CyborgCamp Portland on Sunday, October 3rd, for an 8-hour hackathon to see who can build the best open government application in just one day!

Participation is free and open to anyone, we just ask that you register in advance so we know how many individuals or teams we need to accommodate.


  • 8:30am - Breakfast and coffee
  • 12:00pm - Lunch
  • 5:30pm - Teams and individuals demo their apps
  • 6:30pm - Prizes awarded

Who should attend?

Ruby, Python, PHP, web developers, coders and anyone who has a passion to code, hack or kluge applications that will free (or otherwise enhance) the accessibility and usefulness of government-shared data.

Although the sprint takes place On Oct 3rd after CyborgCamp Portland, you don't have to be attending the conference to join us!


NedSpace Old Town, 117 NW 5th between Couch and Davis.

Backspace is right downstairs, Davis Street Tavern is right next door, there's a parking lot across the street, and it's right on the MAX line.

What's going to happen?

There will be organizers on-site to help get things rolling. At 5:30pm, each app will be evaluated by the Hackathon Partners and prizes will be awarded to those teams or individuals that develop the best applications in the 8 hour. Participants need not show up right at 8:30am, but those who do will have the most time to code!

Hackathon Partners

Partners are companies and organizations that provide tools or services that can enhance open government apps. They're also providing the prizes and will be choosing the winners.

  • Tropo - Tropo is a powerful yet simple API that adds Voice, SMS, Twitter, and IM support to the programming languages you already know.
  • Geoloqi - A secure, real-time mobile and web platform for location sharing.
Oct 12, 2012
WhereCampPDX 5 Kickoff Party
Esri R&D Center (aka Geoloqi HQ)

IMPORTANT: Please register for FREE at

Join us for the Fifth Annual WhereCampPDX Kickoff Party this Friday at Geoloqi HQ. Beers and banter will be provided. With the growing numbers of geonerds this weekend, we're hoping to acquire more space just downstairs at either Lotus Room or Nedspace. Watch this space for details.

WhereCampPDX is a free, volunteer-created unconference for anyone interested in geography and technology. This year’s event will be happening October 12th-14th, with a full day of unconference sessions at Metro Regional Center on the 13th.

An unconference is a conference planned by the participants. We convene together, plan sessions, and break-out into the proposed session discussions and activities. This gives everyone an opportunity to bring to the table the things that interest them the most, and talk about emerging topics that are still new and exploratory. We value open participation, providing access to new voices, and lowering barriers to participation. As a result, the event is driven by the interests and talents of the participants.

To attend, you'll need to be signed up at by the party time!

Oct 15, 2012
Geoloqi Acqusition Celebration!
Pints Brewing

Geoloqi has been acquired by Esri and we'd love to celebrate with all of you. Come to Pints at 6pm and we will have impromptu drinks and discussion!

Oh yeah, and drinks on us!

Jan 16, 2013
TiE Oregon Panel Discussion: Tips From the Trenches 2
Davis Wright Tremaine

Jumpstart your company in 2013!

From concept to exit the journey of an entrepreneurs is filled with challenges and roadblocks, solutions and successes. At every fork in the road, a decision has to be made. Listening to the insights of other founders of startups can help you navigate the twists and turns. Meet this impressive panel and be inspired to come up with ideas for your own company:

Nat Parker, GlobeSherpa Amber Case, Geoloqi (bought by Esri) Chris Logan, SweetSpot Diabetes Care (bought by Dexcom) Murali Karamchedu, Kryptiq

Moderator: Jim Huston Managing Director, Portland Seed Fund

Attend a reception hosted by Charter Member Steve Davis and network with mentors and fellow entrepreneurs. Don't miss this first TiE event of the year.

Registration Required: Early Bird Members $15, Non-Members $20 Late: Members $20, Non-Members $25 Early Bird Rates end Jan 13th, so register soon to save your seat. Space is limited for this event!

Feb 7, 2013
PDX Node
Walmart Labs

Join us for the first meeting of the Portland Node users group. We'll have food, code, and a lovely presentation about Terraformer from Esri by Jerry Sievert.

What is Terraformer? A library for converting geographic data between different mapping formats and GeoJSON.". But it's more than that, it's a Geo-Toolkit that works in node as well as in the browser via AMD or CommonJS, providing tools for reading and writing from multiple geo formats, converting to and from web mercator, an RTree index, and some simple polygon tools.

You can check it out at

We'll also get cracking on what direction we'd like to take the group!

May 1, 2013
Esri Dev Meet Up - Helping to Keep Portland on the Edge
Portland City Grill

In coordination with the Oregon and Southwest Washington URISA GIS in Action conference, we will be hosting an Esri Dev Meet Up on Wednesday, May 1st. Food and beverages will be provided at the meet up.

The Esri Dev Meet Up is a social gathering for developers to discuss geospatial technologies, complementary third-party tools, and development platforms (e.g., Silverlight, Java, Flex, JavaScript) that are supported by Esri. Presentations run the gamut of our community: from Web development to mobile location development for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7 to automating tasks with Python.

Developers of all levels of expertise are welcome, from seasoned GIS professionals to those new to geospatial development.

Meetup Schedule:

*6:00 - 7:00 PM Registration and Social (Appetizers and Beverages served)

*7:00 - 7:30 PM Keynote Speaker

Jim Walter - Real World Experiences Creating Intelligent Mobile Devices Through Contextual Awareness and Persistent Location

*7:30 - 8:30 PM Lightning talks

Theresa Valentine from the USDA Forest Service "GeoNIS: Automating the Process of Integrating Spatial Data for 26 Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) sites, and Making Data Available via Map and Image Services"

Paul Ferro is a GIS Analyst for DOGAMI. He will be presenting "Tips, Tricks, and Scripts for Planning Your Migration to ArcGIS Server 10.1." It will cover how to mine and archive 10 Web service properties for a 10.1 deployment and use Python to stage 10.1 service definitions in advance.

Dana Maher is a Mobile Application Developer who works on Web and mobile applications, primarily relating to Emergency Management, Urban Planning, and Operational Support will present "Architecting a Mobile Common Operating Picture for Emergency Management." She will cover the architecture of an app that pulls from a disparate group of spatial data sources and formats to provide a common operating picture for Oregon emergency management.

*8:30 - 9:30 PM Raffle, Networking and Social.

Follow us on Twitter: @Al_Laframboise and @AmyNiessen

Oct 15, 2013
Esri Portland Anniversary Celebration! (aka anniversary of the Geoloqi acquisition)
Pints Brewing

It's been a year since we've joined Esri, and we've done a bunch of awesome stuff since then! Come celebrate with us!

Thanks to everyone who joined us last time! As usual, drinks on us!

We'll also play some games of MapAttack!