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Monday
Oct 9
Code 102 - Bootcamp Prep: Intro to Software Development in JavaScript
through Code Fellows PDX

Get ready for our bootcamp program (Code 201 and Code 301) by working with experienced developers who will guide you through the required bootcamp pre-work.

You'll also learn more about git and sharing code, become acquainted with your computer as a developer tool, and get exposed to new vocabulary, tips, and shortcuts.

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Saturday
Aug 5
Code 101 - Immersive Workshop: Intro to Web Development
Code Fellows PDX

This one-day immersive workshop is the perfect place to figure out if coding is for you. Learn how websites are built and code one yourself working in a team environment using industry-standard tools and practices.

Get a feel for what a career in coding is like, plus a taste of the Code Fellows PDX learning experience. Meet Alumni for Q & A after the workshop.

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Wednesday
Aug 11, 2010
Drupal User Group Meeting (Social Web Integration + Janrain Engage + Advanced Git Training)
OpenSourcery

Just a friendly reminder that this WEDNESDAY (August 11) is the date of our monthly Portland Drupal User Group Meeting. What's Drupal, you ask? It's a PHP-based content management system that helps you build the best websites in the world!

We're super excited for this meeting.... We've got two awesome presentations on the agenda:

1. "Janrain Engage: Connecting Drupal with the Social Web" presented by Brian McGinnis, Forest Basford & Larry Drebes (Janrain team members)

Need to quickly connect your Drupal website to the social web? Janrain Engage (formerly RPX) may be just what the doctor (or developer!) ordered. Key team members from Portland-based Janrain will be here to discuss their Janrain Engage service and how it empowers your site visitors to sign-in with their existing accounts on Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo!, MySpace, AOL, or other networks, and then simultaneously publish user comments, reviews or other activities from your site to multiple networks. In particular, the Janrain team will address the current state of the Janrain Engage Drupal module (http://drupal.org/project/rpx ), ongoing efforts to port the module to Drupal 7, and the latest roadmap for future module enhancements--plus important insights into how you can best leverage the power of third-party social networks. It's also a great opportunity to learn how local Drupal developers can get involved.

2. "Git for Drupal (Part II, Advanced Git)" presented by Michael Schwern

At last month's meeting, local git expert Michael Schwern did a great job introducing us to git--even demonstrating for us (with tinker toys!) git's underlying simplicity and elegance of implementation. Now it's time to kick things up a notch by going beyond the theoretical to the practical: In this more advanced presentation, Michael will delve deeper into essential git commands--including how to best create repositories, add files, clone, commit, fork, branch, stash, and merge. Because a Drupal project has some special considerations that other projects don’t, he'll cover some important key action steps (such as using remote vendor branches to track Drupal core and modules, leveraging the benefits of github.com, and merging in your local patches). We'll also open up the discussion to experienced git users in the audience who will offer their insights into best practices for using git with Drupal. With Drupal.org switching from CVS to git, now is the time to embrace version control in your projects and become a power git user!

Finally, here are the meeting details:

Date: Wednesday, August 11 Time: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. (after the meeting, we head to Lucky Lab for drinks) Location: OpenSourcery offices (1636 NW Lovejoy St. Portland, OR 97209)

It promises to be an awesome meeting... you absolutely don't want to miss it!

For more details on this meeting and to stay current on the latest Portland Drupal User Group news, please visit this web page:

http://groups.drupal.org/portland

See you there, Ben Kaplan

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Wednesday
Dec 15, 2010
GitHub Meetup
Rontoms

Join us on Wednesday, December 15th for a meetup in beautiful (albeit damp) Portland OR. Among other things, we will be celebrating what is forecasted to be the day of the 500,000th user signup on GitHub! We love each and every one of you as if you were a beautiful snowflake and would love to show it.

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Tuesday
Feb 22, 2011
Code 'n' Splode Monthly Meeting: Git Workshop!
Shopigniter Office

This month Addie and Sam will cover specific areas of git that you've said you want to learn more about (see the wiki).

There's still time to request a topic (just send an email to the list or update the wiki).

**Note: Code-n-Splode (CnS) is a women-focused group. Men are welcome in CnS when accompanied by a self-identified female member of the group.

For more information, visit our website, or send an email to our list.

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Tuesday
Mar 22, 2011
Code 'n' Splode Monthly Meeting: Interactive Fiction
Shopigniter Office

Topic: Interactive Fiction

Description: Audrey will give an overview of Interactive Fiction (IF), including:

  • The history of text games / interactive fiction in general (i.e., in the beginning, there was Adventure...)
  • Tools for making IF, mostly focusing on Inform (with coding demo).
  • Open source practices within IF, and how the history of this tech plus the commercial game markets moving on to graphical works has encouraged open source & open (sharing) culture.
  • Short demos of some modern games.

**Note: Code-n-Splode (CnS) is a women-focused group. Men are welcome in CnS when accompanied by a self-identified female member of the group.

For more information, visit our website, or send an email to our list.

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Wednesday
Feb 1, 2012
PDX Git Together
Collective Agency Downtown

Live in PDX? Love Git? This is the group for you!

Our first meeting will be a combination of a short presentation, socializing and deciding what future meeting topics should be.

There might be cupcakes! You won't know unless you show up.

http://lanyrd.com/2012/pdxgit/

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Thursday
Apr 12, 2012
GitHub Drinkup
Rialto Pool Room

The beers in Portland are second only to the amazing summers. Since it's not quite summer yet, and since a summerup would just sound weird, we've decided to host a drinkup at the Rialto Pool Room this Thursday starting at 8 pm.

So come out, have a beer on us, and talk shop with your fellow developers. Beards and skinny jeans are optional, but expected.

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Monday
Aug 27, 2012
PDX Git Together
Puppet Labs on NW Park (old office)

Live in PDX? Love Git? This is the group for you!

There might be cupcakes! You won't know unless you show up.

Join the brand new pdxgit mailing list to connect with your local Git peeps: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/pdxgit

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Friday
Jan 18, 2013
The PSU ACM presents Git For Ages 4 And Up by Michael Schwern
Portland State University FAB, Room 86-09

Bio: Michael G Schwern is the author of Test::More (the Perl testing system) and Gitpan, 21,000 repositories on Github representing every release of every Perl module on CPAN. Schwern does not push to master, master pushes to Schwern.

Synopsis: Tinker Toys are the best illustration of a Git repository I’ve found. Side-by-side with issuing Git commands, we’ll build a Git repository out of kid’s toys to show what’s going on behind the scenes. Mind bending concepts like remote branches, rebase and the staging area become child’s play.

Basic knowledge of git commands is expected of the audience (init, add, commit, diff, log, push, pull). If you’ve started using git, but are uncomfortable with it and don’t really get it, this is for you.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small Parts. Not For Children Under 4 Years.

Wednesday
Feb 27, 2013
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is happening! We have a new regular venue at Elemental Technologies and there will be food provided (thanks Elemental!) for those that profess a boundless love for directed acyclic graphs.

The following people will be presenting:

Jonathan "Duke" Leto - An update about PDXGit Together and recent Git news

Justin Abrahms will present about Gitstreams

Lyzi Diamond will present about how the PyLadiesPDX community uses Github and Github Pages to run pyladiespdx.github.com

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Wednesday
Mar 27, 2013
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

We have a new regular venue at Elemental Technologies and there will be food provided by Puppet Labs for those that profess a boundless love for directed acyclic graphs.

Remember to thank Puppet Labs for the food!

The following people will be presenting:

Duke Leto: State of The DAG, including the new PDX Git logo and website updates

Chris Swenson: The Github API

There is usually an informal "drinkup" after the meeting at Baileys Tap Room downstairs. If you are headed to the meeting late, we may have migrated there.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Wednesday
Apr 24, 2013
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

We have a new regular venue at Elemental Technologies and there will be food provided by Puppet Labs for those that profess a boundless love for directed acyclic graphs.

Remember to thank Puppet Labs for the food!

The following people will be presenting:

Jonathan "Duke" Leto will present on the .gitconfig of @igalko . In particular, Duke will describe why Igal's .gitconfig was so amazing, as well as comparing it to the Duke's own .gitconfig for maximal DAG-induced enlightment.

@bak will be presenting about the git code-review utility and how it can do so much in so few lines of code. After this, you will be able to answer the question "WTF is a commitish?".

There is usually an informal "drinkup" after the meeting at Baileys Tap Room downstairs. If you are headed to the meeting late, we may have migrated there.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Wednesday
May 29, 2013
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

We have a new regular venue at Elemental Technologies and there will be food provided by Puppet Labs for those that profess a boundless love for directed acyclic graphs.

Remember to thank Puppet Labs for the food!

This meeting will be a round table of questions and answers, as well as time to hack on git-related projects and get help from fellow DAG lovers.

There is usually an informal "drinkup" after the meeting at Baileys Tap Room downstairs. If you are headed to the meeting late, we may have migrated there.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Wednesday
Jun 26, 2013
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

We have a new regular venue at Elemental Technologies and there will be food provided by Puppet Labs for those that profess a boundless love for directed acyclic graphs.

Remember to thank Puppet Labs for the food!

During this meeting, Duke will talk about libgit2 and the work his Google Summer of Code student is doing on parrot-libgit2.

There is usually an informal "drinkup" after the meeting at Baileys Tap Room downstairs. If you are headed to the meeting late, we may have migrated there.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Tuesday
Jul 23, 2013
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

We have a new regular venue at Elemental Technologies and there will be food provided by Puppet Labs for those that profess a boundless love for directed acyclic graphs.

Remember to thank Puppet Labs for the food!

During this meeting, Todd Pitt of Zero Strategist will talk about strategically using version control on high-volume websites which run on off-the-shelf software/CMSs, such as Wordpress or Drupal.

There is usually an informal "drinkup" after the meeting at Baileys Tap Room downstairs. If you are headed to the meeting late, we may have migrated there. Since it is also OSCON week, there will also be various other libations to be had around town.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Wednesday
Aug 28, 2013
PDX Git Together
Mozilla

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

We are meeting at the brand new Mozilla PDX office this month! It is conveniently located next to Powell's books and many fine eating and drinking establishments.

During this meeting, Duke will talk about his experience using and contributing to Travis CI and how individuals and organizations can integrate it with their Git workflow.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Wednesday
Sep 25, 2013
PDX Git Together
Puppet

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

We are meeting at the Puppet Labs PDX office this month! Puppet is graciously providing food sponsorship as well, so remember to thank them.

This meeting will concentrate on storing non-textual data (small and large) in Git. Examples include images, binaries, videos, VM images and encrypted data. Duke will talk about using "bup" to backup large files:

https://github.com/bup/bup

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Sunday
Sep 29, 2013
MaptimePDX!
Flux - Plastic Fantastics

Come join your fellow geo nerds for some map hacking, geographic learning, beer drinking, and conversation having! MaptimePDX is a brand new, map-focused hack and learn event, modeled after the hugely successful weekly San Francisco meetup, MaptimeSF.

At our first hack day, we will be working through an exercise to edit and contribute to collaborative geographic datasets using GitHub and geojson.io. There will also be a table for folks to come and hack on and talk about their own projects with others!

This inaugural MaptimePDX event is being held in conjunction with WhereCampPDX 6, an unconference for all things geospatial.

Beginners especially welcome! Bring a laptop if you can. See you there!

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Wednesday
Nov 20, 2013
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

Puppet is graciously providing food sponsorship, so remember to thank them.

This meeting will be a Git-related hackathon. Bring your Git projects and questions and hack near other DAG-loving individuals. If you would like to present a lightning talk or something bigger, please let me know!

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

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Wednesday
Jan 29, 2014
PDX Git Together
Elemental Technologies

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

Puppet is graciously providing food sponsorship, so remember to thank them.

Bart Massey will be talking about workflow design and implementation, including how he publishes Inform 7 code on Github and generic shell scripts he has created for dealing with single-person small repo workflows.

Jason LaPier will also be speaking about how his small team at Elemental uses Atlassian Stash and how it is different than the more common Github workflows.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

Website
Saturday
Jan 31, 2015
Unix & Git for Everyone Workshop
Code Fellows

Git is everywhere. Creative or engineering, you have directly encountered or will encounter Git in the workplace. Regardless of work style or team size, it is the tool that everyone should be using.

Unix is the basis for everything from personal computers and cellphones to super computers and web servers. Understanding the principles of how Unix works is essential to being an effective developer.

In this one-day workshop, you will be introduced to Git and Unix and get up to speed on concepts and workflows in no time. You will discover how working in the command line isn't all that scary, understand how to move between projects with just a few key strokes, and gain confidence with the steps involved for a common Git branching strategy. In addition, you will learn the brief history of Unix and some of the underlying philosophy of the Unix and Unix-like operating systems.

Cloning isn't just for sheep and galactic empires. Together we will all create and share GitHub repositories using the Unix command line.

Space is limited. Sign up now to reserve your seat.

General Public: $250 Incoming Foundations II, Bootcamp, and Development Accelerator Students: $50

Questions? Contact us at [email protected]

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Tuesday
Feb 3, 2015
Write The Docs PDX: Enabling Walkup Contributions to Your Project Documentation
eBay Community Lounge

Everett Toews, Developer Advocate at Rackspace Hosting, will share his experience using Git and Markdown to make it easier for the community to propose changes to their documentation. Please arrive by 6pm. I want to start sort of promptly, by 6:05. (I'll be there by 5:30.) The building entry doors will be locked at 7pm. I'll appreciate help cleaning up, so we can depart by 8:30.


A common complaint against many open source projects is documentation. Insufficient, incorrect, non-existent, hard to find, and difficult to update are things we typically all hear. There are a lot of different ways to tackle these problems. There's no silver bullet but one of my favorite tactics is lowering the barriers for absolutely anyone to contribute documentation.

Ideally, lowering the barriers means:

  • using a common and well understood documentation markup language

  • using documentation editors that are commonly available

  • not requiring your contributors to install and configure tools

  • providing a preview of the updates to make reviews reviews easier

Learn how Apache jclouds has enabled walkup contributions to our project documentation. We've benefited from better documentation, shorter review times, and building community through contribution.

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Monday
Feb 9, 2015
Code4Lib 2015 Preconference
Hilton Portland and Executive Tower

Code4Lib 2015 is a loosely-structured conference that provides people working at the intersection of libraries/archives/museums/cultural heritage and technology with a chance to share ideas, be inspired, and forge collaborations.

Preconferences are 1-day or a 1/2-day events and workshops that will occur on Monday, February 9, 2015.

Preconference details can be found at: http://wiki.code4lib.org/2015_Preconference_Proposals

Register for full day or half day preconference through http://c4l2015.eventbrite.com. Registration for preconferences uses the same form as conference registration, but you DO NOT need to register for the main conference to attend a preconference.

Please show your interest in particular preconferences by adding your name to the list on the wiki page linked above.

For more information about the Code4Lib community, please visit http://code4lib.org/about/.

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Tuesday
Aug 18, 2015
PDX Git Together
eBay Community Lounge

The new PDX Git Together is fast-forwarding into the future!

Puppet is graciously providing food sponsorship, so remember to thank them.

Bart Massey will be talking about workflow design and implementation, including how he publishes Inform 7 code on Github and generic shell scripts he has created for dealing with single-person small repo workflows.

Jason LaPier will also be speaking about how his small team at Elemental uses Atlassian Stash and how it is different than the more common Github workflows.

Would you like to present at a future PDX Git Together? Send an email to the pdxgit mailing list and/or contact Duke at [email protected] .

Would you like to sponsor food or other stuff for future PDX Git Togethers? Contact Duke at [email protected] .

Website
Tuesday
Mar 29, 2016
GitHub Patchwork
Tabor Space

Patchwork is a hands-on workshop for beginners wanting to learn Git and GitHub hosted by GitHub. The exercises are self-directed and mentors are available to help you along the way—no coding experience required. https://ti.to/github-events/patchwork-portland-2016

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Saturday
May 13
Code 101 Immersive Workshop: Intro to Web Development
Code Fellows PDX

This one-day immersive workshop is the perfect place to figure out if coding is for you. Learn how websites are built and code one yourself working in a team environment using industry-standard tools and practices.

Get a feel for what a career in coding is like, plus a taste of the Code Fellows PDX learning experience. Meet Alumni for Q & A after the workshop.

Website
Saturday
Jun 10
Code 101 Immersive Workshop: Intro to Web Development
Code Fellows PDX

This one-day immersive workshop is the perfect place to figure out if coding is for you. Learn how websites are built and code one yourself working in a team environment using industry-standard tools and practices.

Get a feel for what a career in coding is like, plus a taste of the Code Fellows PDX learning experience. Meet Alumni for Q & A after the workshop.

Website
Saturday
Jul 8
Code 101 - Immersive Workshop: Intro to Web Development
Code Fellows PDX

This one-day immersive workshop is the perfect place to figure out if coding is for you. Learn how websites are built and code one yourself working in a team environment using industry-standard tools and practices.

Get a feel for what a career in coding is like, plus a taste of the Code Fellows PDX learning experience. Meet Alumni for Q & A after the workshop.

Website
Monday
Jul 17
Code 102 - Bootcamp Prep: Intro to Software Development in JavaScript
Code Fellows PDX

Get ready for our bootcamp program (Code 201 and Code 301) by working with experienced developers who will guide you through the required bootcamp pre-work.

You'll also learn more about git and sharing code, become acquainted with your computer as a developer tool, and get exposed to new vocabulary, tips, and shortcuts.

Website
Tuesday
Jul 18
Portland Atlassian User Group
Wacom Experience Center

The Portland, OR Atlassian User Group is back with new group leads. We'll host our first event to re-invigorate the community, introduce new people, and brainstorm topics and speakers for future events. This is a meet and greet event so come prepared to laugh while enjoying drinks and light snacks. Get to know each other through activities, and bring business cards to enter to win prizes in giveaways.

Bring your great ideas; influence the next event. We want to know: what you're interested in, what you feel comfortable presenting about, and what you're dying to learn. We'll gather topics, speaker, and date suggestions for our next get-together.

Location: The event will be hosted by Wacom at their Experience Center (1455 NW Irving St., Suite 110, Portland, or 97209) on July 18, 5 PM PDT.

Register Online

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