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Jan 2, 2009
PDX SICP Study Group

A bunch of us are going to work through the chapters and exercises in Abelson and Sussman's vaunted Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs using our favorite Lisp implementations.

Please join the Google group and reply to the "Inaugural meeting" thread if you plan on attending.

May 9, 2011
Portland Functional Programming Study Group
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

ABOUT THE GROUP: Join programmers, researchers and enthusiasts to discuss functional programming. pdxfunc is a study/user group exploring the world of functional programming based in Portland, Oregon. The group welcomes programmers interested in all functional languages, including Haskell, Erlang, OCaml, Scala, and others. The group meets regularly and provides presentations, demos and discussions applicable to all skill levels, from newbies and experts. The meetings are usually on the second Monday of the month.

ABOUT THE VENUE: The group will meet in the Events Room, the large glassed-in room by the main entrance on Hawthorne. There will a "pdxfunc" sign on the door. Feel free to show up early to eat and socialize, we have the room reserved from 6pm on.

Jun 9, 2013
cl-pdx meet and greet
Lucky Labrador Public House

This will be the first meetup of the Portland Common Lisp interest group. Anybody is welcome and there is no agenda for this meetup.

Jul 25, 2013

Dan Herrera will be discussing the use of Trident and Kafka to implement realtime distributed streaming computations. Please see his recent blog post for more information: Dan is a Data Engineer at Simple where he builds scalable distributed data processing platforms.

If we have any energy left, let's have a group discussion about core.async at the end of the meetup.

May 15, 2014
lein-release hack/swarm/social

per #clojure-pdx on on 5/12:

waynr: howdy folks

waynr: i might try to make the clojerks meetup on thursday

benkay: sweet!

benkay: i don't know what we're doing yet

benkay: do you want to talk about a thing waynr ?

waynr: maybe, i think i am going to try to help get lein-release into leiningen this week in the afterwork hours, not sure if there is much to say about that

waynr: maybe the thing at this meetup could be collaborating on getting lein-release into leiningen...technomancy mentioned in #clojure that this is a pretty big blocker for 2.4.0

waynr: i haven't delved too deeply into it but it seems like the existing plugin really does most of what technomancy mentions here:\release-task/

benkay: sounds great, waynr

benkay: would this be an active hacking session or...

waynr: yeah that sounds like a good use of the time

Leiningen is a very important component of the Clojurian toolchain, responsible for compilation, en-jar-ificaation, REPLs, running applications in production, many other things, and soon package release automation as well!

Please join us to hack on Leiningen this Thursday at Puppet Labs. Please also join us if you're dabbling in Clojure, want to engage in hifalutin' discourse about editors, or just want to hang out with other lispy programmery folk.

We also tend to go for food/drinks afterwards, where conversation ranges more broadly into war stories, philosophy and idle industry trend speculation.

Jun 5, 2014
Clojure Office Hours

Zach Tellman wrote an interesting piece on successful strategies for the self-organizing Clojure meetup: Let's try this model! There will be a whiteboard, Puppet will graciously host and those who want to learn can come to learn, those who want to hack can come and hack, and those who are willing to share their wisdom are welcome to do so.

See you at Puppet!

Apr 18, 2015
through Gerding Theater at the Armory

One of the two largest Clojure conferences held each year in the US, Clojure/West offers two days of training workshops followed by three days of talks. Also there are unsessions happening in the evenings.

Follow @clojurewest for updates.

Jul 2, 2015
Clojure PDX Office Hours

Intersted in learning more about Clojure? Have questions or need help with a set up, library or Clojure/Functional Programming concept?

Come by the Office Hours meeting this month.

Bring any questions you may have or topics on your mind and we'll see how others can help.

May 18, 2017
Emacs Monthly Hackers Group
Workday Beaverton Office

This month, the Emacs Hackers assemble for lightning talks demonstrating the results of last month’s project. Followed by a session of Hacking on Org Mode Tasks.

Due to a posted tweet about automatic refiling of old tasks, we figured we could hack Emacs to analyze the timestamps associated with tasks and archive or delete tasks that are too old to be relevant.

Our hack nights are collaborative group programming and quite a bit of fun, especially if you know little about Emacs Lisp. We pick simple projects that can be started during our hack night, but that can be polished and personalized afterwards.

Hope to see you there!

Sep 20, 2017
Emacs Monthly Hackers Group
Workday Beaverton Office

This evening, Howard Abrams will kick off our new Emacs Hackery season by showing off some Emacs features for hacking Emacs Lisp…. that’s right, using Emacs to program Emacs Lisp (what a concept). This will be followed by some interesting ways to look up Emacs functions, which includes the illustrious suggest.el project.

With our environment initialized, we’ll start to hack on a new project (a game) that uses some of the new data structure libraries that have showed up in the Emacs ecosystem lately.

Oct 18, 2017
Emacs Monthly Hackers Group
Workday Beaverton Office

Tonight we'll be hacking on Emacs' own shell, eshell. We'll begin with a overview of its capabilities and how it compares to better known, but not-as-extendable, shells. We'll then see how this "REPL with File System Controls" can be easily hacked and crafted into a most-amazing tool of awesome.

Oct 16, 2019
Emacs User Group

The virtual conference, EmacsConf 2019 is coming soon, and Howard Abrams will be presenting a talk about completely replacing a Terminal Shell with Emacs. This evening, he'll be doing a dry-run with us, and trying to convince us that the Shell is a relic of the past and should go away, along with all those Termcap entries. We'll also be having office hours and our regular round-table of lightning talks, so come and join us at our new meeting location.

(Thanks for hosting us!)