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Wednesday
Apr 3, 2013
Portland Go Users Group
Urban Airship Inc

The first meeting of the Portland Go Users group. Brad Fitzpatrick of livejournal, memcached, and most recently Go fame will present a talk on the upcoming v1.1 release, with a general Q&A, followed by time for socializing and hacking on Go projects. Beer and space graciously provided by Urban Airship.

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Wednesday
Jun 12, 2013
Portland Go Users Group
Cloudability

Portland Go users will share, discuss, and hack. Space and beer graciously provided by Cloudability.

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Monday
Jul 22, 2013
Google Go (aka Golang) Meetup
Southeast Grind

If you're interested in writing systems in Google Go and like talking to other people about it then this may be just the opportunity for you!

This is a first meeting so we'll keep it informal and plan to do some code sharing, hacking and talking. If there is enough interest we could plan something more tangible from here.

Thursday
Oct 17, 2013
Go Hack Night
Lytics.io

Pizza, beer, and a Twitter dataset for hacking.

Lytics.io is hosting a Go hack night. Not only will food and drink be provided, but a common dataset and goal to facilitate team hacking and a little friendly competition.

Wednesday
Nov 20, 2013
Go Hack Night - Whispering Gophers II
Lytics.io

Lytics is proud to host a second Go Hack Night. We'll be continuing our theme of hacking on the Whispering Gophers codelab from Google as a group.

Last time most people had a working implementation and there were a few interesting extensions.

This time there will be a proper protocol spec with additional challenges to pursue as a group!

Pizza and beer will be provided.

Tuesday
Dec 3, 2013
Docker Hackday #7
New Relic

PDX venue for the global docker hack day.

10:30am PST: Docker 101 online session with Nick Stinemates

6:00pm PST: Lightning talks

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Thursday
Jan 30, 2014
Go Hack Night - Whispering Gophers III
Lytics.io

Once again Lytics is hosting a Go Hack Night where we'll be working collaboratively to extend the Whispering Gophers code lab from Google.

The goal for this round is to experiment with cryptography while building upon our existing Whispering Gophers repository.

Feel free to follow along online if you're unable to be here in person. We're always in #pdxgo on Freenode.

Pizza and beer will be provided.

Please RSVP on Plancast so we have an accurate headcount.

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Thursday
Feb 20, 2014
Go Meetup: Brandon Philips of CoreOS on building etcd
Lytics.io

Brandon Philips will talk about etcd, a highly-available key/value store, and how it was built with and can be used from Go. He'll cover the basics of running an etcd cluster and the underlying consensus algorithm called raft.

He'll also get into a practical use case for service discovery and shared configuration and wrap with how you can use etcd from your Go programs using go-etcd.

About the Speaker

Brandon Philips is helping to build modern Linux server infrastructure at CoreOS. Because of this, he was recently disowned by one of his Linux kernel friends for being "one of those weirdos on the other side of the syscalls".

About the Meetup

Lytics is happy to host as well as provide pizza and beer!

Other resources:

Tuesday
Jul 22, 2014
PDXGo: Go Team OSCon Talk Night
Esri Portland R&D Center

Join the core Go Language Team who will be in town for OSCon and local PDX Gophers at Esri R&D on Tuesday the 22nd, 6:00PM. We're excited to host a talk night featuring members of the team who are building Go and its ecosystem! All knowledge levels welcome!

Google will be sponsoring food and drink to stimulate the socializing and discussion. Special thanks to Esri R&D for hosting and Google for sponsoring.

Please RSVP via the Meetup Event so we can organize appropriately!

6:00-7:00PM: Arrive and mingle

7:00-8:30PM: Talks and Q&A

Francesc Campoy Flores: Go Best Practices

More TBA(Meetup page will probably get updated more frequently so check there).

Until closing: Mingle and/or disperse to experience Portland's fantastic food and pubs

PDXGo Twitter for more updates and future events!

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Wednesday
Aug 13, 2014
PDXGo Project/Hack Night!
Urban Airship Inc

August PDXGo Project Night!

Every month for the next few months we'll be having hack nights at Urban Airship paired with PDXPython's hack night. This is mainly due to discovering how many people are actually interested in Go and social hacking. If numbers are steady and large enough, I'll try to organize our own space, however I know not everyone in the Go community is interested in hack nights, so until the numbers are repeatedly high enough to warrant our own space, PDXPython is happy to host us!

All skill and interest levels welcome! If you have questions on a project or part of the GoTour feel free to bring them, there will probably be someone who can help!

Please RSVP!

Helps organize seating!

When

Wednesday August 13th 2014
6:30 PM

Where

Urban Airship Upstairs Lounge Follow the PDXPython signs to Urban Airships comfy lounge, we will be towards the back of the room, look for the PDXGO signs and a Gopher plushie. I'll try and arrange some circular seating for people to convene around.

As for etiquette, it's necessary to note that this is PDXPython's hack night, so please respect the Pythonistas and their Code of Conduct (Be nice, don't be a jerk) and everything will be great. :)

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Tuesday
Aug 19, 2014
PDXGo Talk and Discussion Night
Esri Portland R&D Center

Gather with other Gophers for an evening of Talks and discussion around Golang! All experience levels welcome, don't forget to bring your questions.

Talks and Discussion:
Esri R&D's Geobin project. Learn how Esri wrangle gophers into displaying location data!

Reverse Q&A: Bring your questions and ask the whole group in a discussion format.

Thanks to Esri R&D for hosting us once again!

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Wednesday
Sep 10, 2014
PDXGo Project/Hack Night!
Urban Airship Inc

August PDXGo Project Night!

Every month for the next few months we'll be having hack nights at Urban Airship paired with PDXPython's hack night. This is mainly due to discovering how many people are actually interested in Go and social hacking. If numbers are steady and large enough, I'll try to organize our own space, however I know not everyone in the Go community is interested in hack nights, so until the numbers are repeatedly high enough to warrant our own space, PDXPython is happy to host us!

All skill and interest levels welcome! If you have questions on a project or part of the GoTour feel free to bring them, there will probably be someone who can help!

Please RSVP!

Helps organize seating!

When

Wednesday August 13th 2014
6:30 PM

Where

Urban Airship Upstairs Lounge Follow the PDXPython signs to Urban Airships comfy lounge, we will be towards the back of the room, look for the PDXGO signs and a Gopher plushie. I'll try and arrange some circular seating for people to convene around.

As for etiquette, it's necessary to note that this is PDXPython's hack night, so please respect the Pythonistas and their Code of Conduct (Be nice, don't be a jerk) and everything will be great. :)

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Monday
Sep 22, 2014
PDXGo Talk Night
Esri Portland R&D Center

Learn about Go and join other Gophers for a night of learning and discussion. Welcome to all skill levels!

Talk: [TBA]

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Tuesday
Oct 21, 2014
Portland Avant Garde Software - Fun with Cloud DataStore
New Relic

The Vizidrix team will be talking about some of the challenges they faced and patterns they discovered while designing a data model using Google's Cloud DataStore.

If you caught our previous event we discussed some of the concepts around event sourcing and eventual consistency. In the 'onsite' portion of this meeting we will be presenting code and talking about specific examples of using consistency constraints to your advantage in a distributed system.

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Tuesday
Feb 10, 2015
PDX Go Talk Night ft. Rocket
Esri Portland R&D Center

Gather with fellow Gophers for an evening of Talks and discussion around Golang! All experience levels welcome, but this specific talk night will be more advanced!

In January it was stated that Second Tuesdays of the month would always be PDXGo event night. Well, this February gets the extra fortune of having a second night thanks to a special guest from Google being in town! So there will be two nights; advanced and beginner oriented! The advanced night will be the standard time Second Tuesday Feb 10th, and special beginner night on Thursday the 12th.

Schedule:

Hang out and chat with other Gophers until about 6:30

Talk: Kelsey Hightower will be talking about CoreOS's new container project Rocket! Rocket is a CLI for running App Containers. The goal of rocket is to be composable, secure, and fast.

Rocket is entering the same service container space as Docker, and it will be exciting to see how the two Golang projects develop and contrast!

Continue discussion over beers at Baileys!

Thanks to Esri R&D for hosting us once again!

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Thursday
Feb 12, 2015
Learning Go(lang) Workshop
Lytics

Gather with fellow Gophers for an evening of Talks and discussion around Golang! All experience levels welcome, but night will focus on learning Go! If you're interested in something more advanced and less hands on come to our Talk night and learn about CoreOS's Rocket on February 10th.

This February gets the extra fortune of having a second night thanks to a special guest being in town. So there will be two nights; advanced and beginner oriented! The advanced night will be the standard time Second Tuesday Feb 10th, and special beginner night on Thursday the 12th.

Workshop night for Beginners: Francesc Campoy Flores from Google will be in town for advocacy events and will run a beginner Go workshop! The topic has yet to be finalized, but the workshop will take someone unfamiliar with Go and work through a fun project as a group in around two hours. An example project for the curious(not necessarily the actual project):

Simple link sharing app

More details will be announced once topics are finalized!

PS: Check the meetup page for the latest updates.

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Monday
Apr 13, 2015
PDX Go Lightning Talk Night
Esri Portland R&D Center

Gather with fellow Gophers for an evening of Talks and discussion around Golang! All experience levels welcome!

Schedule:

Hang out and chat with other Gophers until about 6:30

Lightning Talks! 3-15 minutes

No prior experience giving lighting talks, or slides required. Have a project you'd like to show off or get feedback on? Debugged an interesting issue in the Go universe and want to share your insights? Found a useful project or tool that others might benefit knowing about? Come talk about it!

Bring your questions and ask the whole group in an open discussion format as well.

Continue discussion over beers at [TBD]!

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Tuesday
May 12, 2015
PDXGo Talk Night
Esri Portland R&D Center

Learn about Go and join other Gophers for a night of learning and discussion. Welcome to all skill levels! Hang out and chat with other Gophers until about 6:30

Bring your questions and ask the whole group in an open discussion format!

Talk: This month we'll have guest speaker Ian Smith of Igneous Systems talking about Seven5: an opinionated, stiff web framework for go on the server and client.

Seven5 is interesting to both Go developers and Javascript developers because it takes the unique position of adopting Go as the language for both the client and server side of a modern web application.

Thank you to Esri for the location, and Culture Foundry for continuing to provide refreshments! Please RSVP if intend to come!

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Tuesday
Jun 9, 2015
PDXGo Talk Night
Esri Portland R&D Center

Learn about Go and join other Gophers for a night of learning and discussion. Welcome to all skill levels! Hang out and chat with other Gophers until about 6:30

Bring your questions and ask the whole group in an open discussion format!

Talk: Go-Bootstrap

Didip Kerabat will be talking about his new skeleton web project Go-Bootstrap! A curated and composable set of Go libraries to get your web project running quickly!

Thank you to Esri for the location, and Culture Foundry for continuing to provide refreshments! Please RSVP if intend to come!

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Tuesday
May 10, 2016
PDXGo Talk Night: Go without the operating system
Esri PDX R&D Center

Gather with fellow Gophers for an evening of Talks and discussion around Golang! All experience levels welcome!

Schedule:

Hang out and chat with other Gophers until about 6:30

Talk: Go without the operating system by Bernerd Schaefer

Go lets you to compile your program into stand-alone binaries which can be safely shared across systems without worrying about a missing dependency. But there's one thing even a stand-alone executable depends on: the operating system. What if you could remove that dependency, too?

AtmanOS is a project built to explore that question. It allows you to compile ordinary Go programs and run them on cloud providers like Amazon's EC2, without a traditional operating system.

Please RSVP on the meetup page so we know what to set up!

Continue discussion over beers at Baileys!

Thanks to Esri R&D for hosting us once again!

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Wednesday
Dec 7, 2016
Portland's 1st HUG Meetup: Packer & Nomad
New Relic

Portland's first HashiCorp User Group (HUG) meetup! Come if you're interested in Vagrant, Packer, Terraform, Vault, Consul, Serf, or Nomad.

Evans Tucker will be speaking on Packer and Michael Schurter will be speaking on Nomad.

See meetup page for details.

There will be food and drink thanks to our kind hosts at New Relic.

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Wednesday
Jan 18, 2017
Docker Portland, OR - Docker Meetup #19 at New Relic
New Relic

We will have talks by Nan Liu from Intel and one TBA. The location for this Meetup is at New Relic in downtown Portland. There will be food and drinks courtesy of New Relic!

Agenda:

6:30 - Welcome, networking, and food

7:00 - Nan Liu: "Trust but verify. Testing docker containers."

Nan Liu is a Software Engineer at Intel Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) team. He is passionate about automating all things infrastructure related. He has traveled globally to train and consult customers on automating application deployments, and implementing continuous delivery pipelines. He draws from experience building vCloud Air at VMWare and he is one of early member of Puppet Labs professional services team. He coauthored 'Puppet Types and Providers' based on his experience extending Puppet for numerous third party integrations.

7:45 - TBA

8:30 - Wrap up and networking

Special thanks to Puppet for providing the space and to CenturyLink for providing food

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Monday
Jan 30, 2017
10th Annual Winter Coders' Social
Simple

Potluck and game night for Portland Coders of all flavors. Register at eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/10th-annual-winter-coders-social-and-potluck-tickets-31309764348

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Wednesday
Mar 15, 2017
Docker Portland, OR - Docker Birthday #4 Celebration at Intel
Intel Jones Farm Campus (JFCC Auditorium)

The Docker PDX and Women Who Code PDX meetups invite you to come join us at Intel's Jones Farm campus for a talk by Steve Lasker from Microsoft and to celebrate Docker's 4th birthday!


NOTE: You will have to check in with security at the JFCC desk because we will be using one of the training rooms instead of the auditorium

Agenda:

6:00 - Welcome, networking, and food

6:30 - Steve Lasker: Visual Studio, .NET, and Docker

Visual Studio for building .NET Framework apps in Windows Server Core containers and .NET Core in Linux containers.


Steve is a Program Manager at Microsoft, focusing on the end to end development with Docker Containers. 


7:15 - Docker Labs

We’re excited to celebrate Docker’s birthday by providing labs and challenges to help everyone learn Docker and welcome new members into the community. We will partner with CS schools, global language communities and local meetup groups to throw a series of events around the world. While the courses and labs are geared towards those who are new to Docker, intermediate, advanced and expert community members are invited to join these Docker Birthday celebrations as mentors to help attendees work through the materials.

Attendees will break into groups (at different tables) and participate in a lab or challenge of their choosing.

8:15 - Wrap up


Are you an advanced user? We strongly encourage Docker users of all skill levels to attend! We need a network of mentors who understand the Docker platform to answer any questions that attendees working through the courses and labs may have.

Click here to sign up as a mentor.

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Monday
Apr 24, 2017
Docker Portland, OR - DockerCon News and Windows Containers at NewRelic
New Relic

Didn't travel to Austin to attend Dockercon 17? No worries, just stop by the April Docker Meetup and Mike Coleman from Docker will catch you up to the latest DockerCon news. Steve Lasker from Microsoft will present the lift and shift of .NET FX apps into Windows containers, and modernizing with .NET Core on nano server with Visual Studio.

Agenda:

6:00 - Welcome, networking, and food

6:30 - Mike Coleman - "DockerCon Recap"

Mike is responsible for creating technical content to help customers come up to speed on Docker and its related components. Prior to joining Docker this summer he spent about 15 months at Puppet Labs working in product management. And, before all that he spent time at VMware, Microsoft, Intel, and HP in both product management / marketing as well as IT engineering. Outside of work Mike enjoys riding his motorcycles around Oregon's backroads, spending time with his wife and kids, and supporting the Portland Timbers (that's a soccer team). You can find him on Twitter as @mikegcoleman.

7:45 - Steve Lasker - "Lift & Shift .NET FX apps into Windows Containers, Modernize with .NET Core, all within Visual Studio"

Abstract: Visual Studio 2017 supports migrating .NET FX apps into Windows Containers enabling developers, and ops, to migrate those existing and heritage apps into modern workflows and deployments. We’ll also demo the .NET Core with Windows Server Nano tooling that will be soon released. With Visual Studio 2017, developers can now use the tools their used to, while staying true to the docker experience. Come see how you can develop and debug your apps in Windows Containers and share your experience with the Azure Developer Experience team.


Presented by: Steve Lasker
Microsoft Program Manager
Azure Developer Experiences

8:30 - Wrap up and networking

Special thanks to New Relic for providing the space and food

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Monday
Aug 7, 2017
Docker Portland, OR - Habitat - Automation that travels with your applications
New Relic

One of the dreams of development is to build a software package once, then be able to deploy it anywhere. Come to this talk to learn how to create software packages that run (almost) anywhere. You will see how the same application can be run on bare metal, on a VM, or in a container - with everything needed to automate that application already built into the package itself. This even works with a mixed infrastructure - metal for your static compute heavy loads, vms for your persistent data stores, and ephemeral short lived containers for your applications managed by Kubernetes or other container scheduling services.

Agenda:

6:00 - Welcome, networking, and food

6:30 - Nell Shamrell-Harrington - "Habitat" 

Come to this talk to learn how to build and deploy Habitat packages with the intelligence to self organize into topologies, no central orchestrator needed. Learn how the dream of platform agnostic and self organizing packages is fulfilled today and where it will evolve in the future.

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Monday
Apr 8
Portland Decred Meetup - GoLang Open Source Project
Dicks Primal Burger

Decred Meetup - tonight! Join us for knowledgeable and lively conversation. Presentation: Decred - Tools, Use and Contribution 6:30pm at Dick’s Primal Burger (4905 SE Woodstock) Please RSVP over Meetup so we can coordinate food and drink. Hope to see you there! http://meetu.ps/e/GyPqd/GTgHx/f

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Monday
May 13
Portland Decred Meetup - GoLang Open Source Project (opportunities for JavaScript via TrueScript and C as well)
Dicks Primal Burger

We meet second Mondays to discuss the first truly decentralized open source crypto project - Decred. Bringing empowerment to the community who take part in the Decred ecosystem. New contributors welcome.

A special primer from 6:15 - 6:30 PM for those interested in a short discourse on the foundations of blockchain, bitcoin and decred technology.

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