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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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Sunday
Jul 24, 2011
GitHub meetup
Rontoms Website
Thursday
Jul 19, 2012
GitHub Portland Drinkup
Dig A Pony

There's a decently sized contingent of Hubbers living in Portland these days, and we heard a certain convention was happening. Join us Thursday night for a great time at Dig a Pony, just down the street from the convention center.

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Wednesday
Oct 24, 2012
Social Media Users Group Meeting - The Rise of Social Coding
Collective Agency Downtown

Jonathan "Duke" Leto will talk about The Rise of Social Coding. Where it's been, where it is now and where we are going.

http://labs.leto.net/2012/10/10/the-rise-of-social-coding.html

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Thursday
Nov 8, 2012
Portland Perl Mongers – CI Throwdown
Free Geek

speaker: Jonathan "Duke" Leto

So, there's this dude named Travis who lives in a cloud and has nothing better to do on a Thursday night than download your latest commit, run your tests, and ridicule you on the twitternets when you broke the build... or something like that. But even if you don't need your pocket to jiggle on the way to fried pies, you should have some sort of automated continuous integration setup testing your code to keep you and your commits working smoothly. Jonathan will talk about Travis CI, demonstrate setting-up Travis for a public github project, and cover some of Jitterbug.

As usual, the meeting will be followed by social hour at the Lucky Lab Brew Pub.

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Monday
May 6, 2013
Modern Web Development Workshop
McMenamins Kennedy School

We all know that staying on top of recent web trends, tools, and best practices isn't easy. The Modern Web Dev workshop will explore a number of resources that will, at the very least, help you launch a simple, elegant website by the end of the day. If that's all you want—fantastic! If, however, you're interested in front-end development, whether you're just getting into the field or simply haven't had the time to keep up with the latest and greatest, you'll leave with a good understanding of a few different ways to build sites quickly, efficiently, and intelligently. We'll discuss Bootstrap, SCSS, Jekyll, Github, and even touch on responsive design and jQuery. Everything we'll cover is free/open source, smart, forward-thinking, and made by developers for themselves and their peers—built as solutions to specific problems.

Visit modernwebworkshop.com for all the details about the workshop and registration info.

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GitHub DrinkUp
Prost! Portland Website
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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Thursday
May 8, 2014
GitHub Meetup
Townsend's Alberta Street Teahouse

@afeld, @rothsa, @azizshamim, @asenchi, @technicalpickles, @chrishunt, @gorsuch (and more) ...a lively bunch of Hubbers are in town and we're ready to drink :tea: like the :fish::fish::fish::fish:

Come say hello – :tea: is on us! That's 100+ loose leaf teas, 10+ chai lattes, bubble tea, kombucha (Townshend's Kombucha is our local Portland brand)... lots of stuff you haven't tried before. If you don't like tea, come for the atmosphere. :cloud:

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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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Monday
May 9, 2016
pdxrlang meetup: Collaborative coding with GitHub and RStudio server
Mozilla

Andrew Bray will discuss Collaborative coding with GitHub and RStudio server. He's in the faculty at Reed College here in Portland.

Doors open ~6 pm, talk starts at 6:30 pm

We'll visit a local watering hole afterwards.

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Wednesday
Sep 14, 2016
Get 'Er Done: Surveying Digital Project Management Tools
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

There are many digital tools out there to help you tackle your projects and "get 'er done"—from full-blown project management platforms to communication and file-sharing tools. Get an idea of the digital project management tools out there with advice and opinions from the pros.

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Tuesday
Dec 19, 2017
Galois Tech Talk: Tree-Sitter: A New Parsing System for Programming Tools
Galois Inc, 421 SW 6th Ave. Suite 300, Portland, OR, USA, (3rd floor of the Commonwealth building)

Abstract: Developer tools that support multiple languages generally have very limited regex-based code-analysis capabilities. Tree-sitter is a new parsing system that aims to change this paradigm. We’re in the process of integrating Tree-sitter into both GitHub.com and Atom, which will allow us to analyze code accurately and in real-time, paving the way for better syntax highlighting, code navigation, and refactoring support. We’ll demo some new features that Tree-sitter has enabled in GitHub.com and Atom, discuss its implementation, and share thoughts on ways it could be used in the future.

Bio: Max Brunsfeld is an engineer on GitHub’s Atom team. Prior to joining GitHub, he worked at Pivotal Labs as a full-stack engineer. He enjoys programming, especially in C and C++, jazz guitar, bicycling and hiking. He lives in Portland with his wife and two toddlers.

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Wednesday
Mar 14
Automating Security in AWS Cloud
AWS Elemental

AWS customers continue to struggle demonstrating alignment with security, compliance and audit requirements, such as the PCI-DSS. Additionally, many compliance requirements necessitate administrative and operational security controls that lack technical validation.

This workshop is designed to instruct AWS cloud engineers, DevOps team members, security practitioners, and Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) how to secure and manage regulated customer workloads in AWS. This class will focus on the security of an AWS customer account design (e.g. AWS CIS Foundation Benchmark), security architecture (e.g. AWS CIS 3-Tier Web Benchmark) and security automation leading practices. This workshop is an intermediate to advanced workshop with an emphasis on designing security automation for regulated workloads in AWS (e.g. PCI, DoD, CJIS, HIPAA, DFARs (800-171), FERPA and others).

The result will enable cloud engineers and security practitioners to design, architect and implement automation in an AWS customer account to automatically enforce compliance requirements. It will also enable attendees to document their security governance/audit readiness through integration of AWS Security Partners from our AWS Marketplace and Security Competency Partners and Solutions.

What will I learn in this class?

How to design automation in AWS to enforce security controls and compliance requirements Automate audit findings to accelerate the compliance process Use AWS Partners and Marketplace tools to create more secure and reliable environments Course Objectives:

Establish secure foundational account design and/or remediation of existing customer accounts Configure and manage AWS Security Services with a focus on automation Implement and design security automation services through AWS services and partner solutions Manage, secure and audit the use of AWS services using real-time risk management processes Leverage shared compliance across multiple security frameworks (e.g. PCI, DoD, CJIS, etc.) Learn about and leverage key security partners from the AWS Partner Network (APN) Learn about Container Security, Serverless Architecture, Advanced Encryption, and Auto-Healing in AWS

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Saturday
Apr 28
Python Seaborn Anyone? Want to Learn out to Plot like a Master Data Scientist?
TVF&R Station 67

This is a improvement session from Matplotlib. Seaborn is a powerful tools for plotting data used by Data Scientist. Join Ph.D. Ernest Bonat and Garrett Broughton as we share our knowledge on the extremely awesome Python library.

Do you want to learn and share your passion in a supportive community? Free Knowledge Mission is an ethos of sharing, creativity, and inspiration.

Our Meetup provides an opportunity to "Show and Tell" followed by a feedback and Q&A. You'll have the opportunity to share with our channels such as Meetup, GitHub, YouTube, and Facebook to connect with more passionate people.

The second half of our session we'll collaborate on new topics. The winner wins an award for the most interesting topic and the opportunity to share in an upcoming session.

Join us at TVF&R Station 67 in Beaverton every Saturday at 11 AM for Music/Art and 1 PM for Science/Tech.

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