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Saturday
Nov 5, 2011
Grub with David Kadavy, author of "Design for Hackers: Reverse-Engineering Beauty"!
Karam Lebanese Cuisine

Grub with David Kadavy, author of "Design for Hackers: Reverse-Engineering Beauty". In his book, David teaches the principles of beautiful design, taking a "reverse-engineering" approach to break down the thought process behind great design.

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Thursday
Mar 8, 2012
OWASP Chapter Meeting
Collective Agency Downtown

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a 501c3 not-for-profit worldwide charitable organization focused on improving the security of application software. To sign up for future meeting notes and to discuss security topics with local gurus, sign up on the OWASP Portland mailing list: https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-portland

About Joe

This chapter meeting feature guest speaker Joe Basirico, Director of Security Services at Security Innovation. Joe is responsible for managing the professional services business at Security Innovation. He leverages his unique experience as a development lead, trainer, researcher, and test engineer to lead the security engineering team in their delivery of high-quality, impactful assessment and remediation solutions to the company’s customers. His ability to blend his technical skills with risk-based contextual analysis and unwavering customer commitment makes him an invaluable asset for each Security Innovation client.

Joe is an active member in the security and open-source communities, having contributed technology, training, utilities, expertise and methodologies. He manages the company’s engineering blog and has written several publications that focus on vulnerabilities at the source code level. Joe holds a B.S in Computer Science from Montana State University.

About the Talk - Thinking Like the Enemy

In this talk I will help you get into the Hacker's mindset from my ten years of experience as a penetration tester, assessing some of the most exciting applications in the world.

This talk will cover the most important qualities of a hacker or security tester, Top Vulnerabilities that you can't afford to miss as well as more difficult to tackle vulnerabilities that have caused tons of headaches and pain. By the end of the hour you'll better understand how to cause your application true pain, find a tiny weakness and cause the walls of security to crumble around it. After that we'll also talk about how to rebuild those walls to be more robust.

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Saturday
Sep 15, 2012
Portland Mini Maker Faire
through OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry)

Portland Mini Maker Faire is a two-day, family-friendly showcase of creativity and cool technology, and a celebration of the Maker movement. It's inspiring, stimulating, and fun for all ages.

Maker Faire is a weekend filled with an incredible variety of exhibits, talks, demonstrations, and performances bridging arts, crafts, science and engineering—many of them hands-on and all of them engaging. Maker Faire is a reflection of our community at its very best.

Bring your whole family and enjoy a full day at the inaugural Portland Mini Maker Faire!

Cost: $12 adults, $8 youth (3-13) and seniors (63+)

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Friday
Nov 9, 2012
Security BSides Portland
through Jupiter Hotel

An Information Security conference by the community for the community. It's free to attend and we rely on sponsorship to pay for the venue and other costs. Come mingle with local people interested in cutting edge information security topics to share and learn.

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Saturday
Jul 20, 2013
Hackers in HeckleVision
Hollywood Theater (Portland)

Finally, your chance to see Hackers on the big screen, as it was meant to be seen!

Enjoy pizza + beer as you watch Jonny Lee Miller and Angelina Jolie chop up the websphere in this modern cult classic. Who knew playing wipeout could be so much fun!

Here's the copy from the website:

Published on July 1st, 2013 July 20th at 7pm I $8

Boot up or shut up!

Special guests Shane Torres (Portland’s Funniest Person 2013), Sean Jordan and Amy Miller will hang out to crack jokes via text with you and a few hundred of your best friends!

The 1995 film “Hackers” introduced audiences to a fantastical view of cyber crimes, phone phreaking and general tech-tomfoolery. In this cult classic techno-thriller, Jonny Lee Miller, Angelina Jolie and Matthew Lillard take on the villainous exploits of Fisher Stevens to save hackers and phreakers from being framed for environmental terrorism and financial fraud. Can they save the world with a P6 chip and a payphone?

This special screening is presented in HECKLEVISION: Through the magic of MuVChat technology, your jokes, heckles and commentary are encouraged – in TEXT form! Tap out your wittiest wisecracks with your phone and they’ll appear instantly on screen!

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Friday
Sep 6, 2013
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's (5th and Couch in between backspace and someday) from around 7pm to midnight. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Oct 4, 2013
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's (5th and Couch in between backspace and someday) from around 7pm to midnight. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Nov 1, 2013
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's (5th and Couch in between backspace and someday) from around 7pm to midnight. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Jan 3, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's (5th and Couch in between backspace and someday) from around 7pm to midnight. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Feb 7, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Mar 7, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Apr 4, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
May 2, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Jun 6, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Saturday
Jul 5, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

This meeting was moved from Friday to Saturday because of the holiday!

Don't show up on Friday night! Go enjoy the fireworks instead.

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Nov 7, 2014
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Wednesday
Dec 3, 2014
PDX Exploit Workshop
CTRL-H

Hey everybody. Got a bug you just can't land? Is there a recent CVE you've been eyeballing seductively? Just want to brush up on your appsec?

PDX Exploit Workshop

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Friday
Oct 2, 2015
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Nov 6, 2015
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Friday
Dec 4, 2015
Portland 2600
Theo's Restaurant

PDX2600 is a monthly open forum for hackers in Portland Oregon. It happens on the first Friday of every month at Theo's. There are no memberships, no leaders, and no real structure. Only the free exchange of ideas.

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Wednesday
May 11, 2016
Stories from the Hardware Startup World w/ Joe Grand (aka Kingpin)
Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC

Join us for our first Hardware Massive Portland event with guest speaker Joe Grand, a legendary hacker, product designer, and the founder of Grand Idea Studio, Inc.

Formerly known as Kingpin, Joe was a member of the influential hacker group L0pht Heavy Industries. He co-founded @stake, an information security firm later acquired by Symantec, and Chumby Industries, which produced one of the first intentionally open and hackable consumer devices. He was a co-host of Discovery Channel's Prototype This, an engineering entertainment program that followed the real-life build process of a unique prototype each episode, and has been a technical advisor to many hardware startups, including MakerBot and Crowd Supply.

Never one to follow the status quo, Joe has successfully forged his own path doing what he loves to do - hacking, engineering, and teaching. In this session, Joe will share uncensored stories of his experiences being part of, working for, and advising startups. He'll talk about the importance of finding the right people, focusing on a market, choosing funding, and building a business based on passion, not fueled by a quest for fame or riches.

SPONSORS:

• Food & Drink are sponsored by Crowd Supply, the crowdfunding platform for hardware startups.

• Venue is sponsored by JLR Tech Incubator. Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) operates the Open Software Technology Center (OSTC), a unique state-of-the-art facility in Portland that focuses on In-Vehicle Infotainment.

SCHEDULE:

• 6:00-6:30 Networking with beer, wine & light fare (vegan friendly)

• 6:30-7:00 Opening Remarks & Demos*

• 7:00-7:45 Building Hardware Startups w/ Joe Grand

• 7:45-8:00 Q&A's

• 8:00-9:00 More Networking

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Tuesday
Apr 18, 2017
OpenBazaar Decentralized Market
PDX Sliders

Bring your laptop, or Raspberry Pi and get help installing and running OB. Runs on Windows, OSX and Linux. It can also be run on a server elsewhere while maintaining it from a client.

We'll be meeting at the PDX Sliders (upstairs) so food and drinks are available if people want.

OpenBazaar is a decentralized / peer-to-peer market that can't be controlled, or regulated by corporations or governments. And it's completely free to use (assuming you have a computer and internet access.)

Become a Bazaarian, and trade free!

This meeting is happening concurrently with the Portland Bitcoin Meetup.

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