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Jul 18, 2009
bring the Ruckus to MS
through Blitz Ladd

On the bike, every member of the Ruckus Test Team knows to go big and blow up early or go home. It’s with this same spirit that the team is taking on the Bike MS 150, a 150-mile fundraiser to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The goal of the ride is to raise awareness as well as $2000 for the cause.

We are hosting a night of controlled inebriation complete with games, possible dance party, lots of beer and door prizes at Blitz-Ladd on July 18th. The bike community has a big heart and we know you do, too! So come out and cause some Ruckus.

The raffle prize list is turning out to be a good one. Details soon!

If you aren't able to make it out to the party and would still like to fight MS you can donate directly here

Aug 22, 2014
Portland F# Meetup
Incomm Digital Solutions

Let's meet up and chat about F# in the web world.

Ryan Riley (@panesofglass) is a proud member of the Fightin' Texas Aggie class of ‘01, a Visual F# MVP, and Engineer for Tachyus, a start-up using F# to profoundly revolutionize the oil & gas industry. He runs the Community for F# virtual user group and serves on the management committee for the Open Web Interface for .NET (OWIN) specification.

F# on the Web

Most people think of F# as good at math or complex problem solving. It is actually a fantastic for a very wide array of tasks, including web programming, which helped the start-up Tachyus go from 0 to production in 12 weeks. In this talk, we'll compare and contrast a web application written in familiar C# patterns with various features provided by F#, including function composition, computation expressions (async), type providers, and active patterns. We'll also cover differences in application design patterns.

Since Ryan is remote, we're going to host this in Google Hangouts, so even if you're not able to physically make it to the hangout, come join us! It is going to be a great time. Looking forward to see everybody there!