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Thursday
Jul 11, 2013
Portland Sass & Front-end Meetup
Puppet

Free Pizza! Ok, now that I have your attention: Welcome to the first meetings of the Portland Sass & Front-end Meetup Group! We'll be meeting the 2nd Thursday of every month at Puppet Labs in the Pearl District. The presentation will start at 6pm and be done a little after 7 giving everyone plenty of time to mingle over pizza and talk about all things Sassy.

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Thursday
Aug 8, 2013
Portland Sass & Front-end Meetup
Puppet

CALL FOR SPEAKERS: We're currently looking for people willing to give 5-25 minute talks for the August and future meetups. It can be a presentation or just a show and tell of some new mixin, framework or cool new toy. Ping me if you are interested.


The presentations will start at 6pm and be done a little after 7 giving everyone plenty of time to mingle over food and talk about all things Sassy.

We will be broadcasting live and recording this session. So if you can't make it in person you can still catch all of the action on this event page.


Follow us on twitter @PDXSass

If you missed last month's meetup you can view the video and get the slides here: https://plus.google.com/events/cgmhi963mq5lms840pdetc1qh6s Transit and parking info:There is paid parking near Puppet Labs or you can park on the West side of 405 at no charge.

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Thursday
Oct 10, 2013
Portland Sass & Front-end Meetup
Puppet

This month will be a Sass Bootcamp! We'll be covering everything from installing the gems to setting up your file structure. Everything you'll need to know to get started (and a few advanced tricks as well).

Bring your laptop and stick around for free pizza and some hands on Sass QA.


The presentations will start at 6:15pm and be done a little after 7 giving everyone plenty of time to mingle over food and talk about all things Sassy.

We will be broadcasting live and recording this session. So if you can't make it in person you can still catch all of the action on this event page.

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Thursday
Dec 12, 2013
PDX Sass - December Meetup
Puppet

This month we are excited to welcome Andrew Colclough to the PDX Sass podium as he gives us a full length talk on his SMACSS + BEM + SASS approach!

@PdxSass

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Thursday
Jan 9, 2014
Portland Sass & Front End Meetup
Puppet

We are a new community of Portland Front-end Engineers and Designers, gathering monthly to talk about the things that move us (chiefly among them, Sass).

We meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month, 6pm at Puppet Labs.

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Thursday
May 8, 2014
PDX Sass - Rachel Nabors and Animation Power Techniques
Puppet

Award winning cartoonist turned front-end developer Rachel Nabors will change how you think about web design forever.

Learn how to make CSS do backflips to reproduce traditional animation techniques like walk cycles, scene transitions, and parallax.

Save time and energy with conservative techniques like cut outs, pioneered by Japanese studios to accelerate the animation process.

Understand the physics behind timing functions like ease-in to create subtle skeuomorphism. CSS animations and transitions are powerful new tools in the interactive design arsenal.

With these babies at your command, all new possibilities for user experiences begin to unfold.

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Thursday
Jul 10, 2014
PDX Sass
Puppet

This week we are going to be talking about Google's new Web Starter Kit, creating a simple Sass Style Guide and Managing Your Dev Environment with VirtualBox, Vagrant, and Puppet.

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Wednesday
Aug 20, 2014
Sass — It’s More Than Just Variables In Your CSS
ISITE Design

Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets (Sass) make working with CSS really freakin’ fun. Although variables (yeah, variables in your CSS, how cool is that!) are often highlighted when talking about CSS preprocessers, Sass is so much more.

We’ll discuss, with practical examples, other major features of the language such as functions, mixins, placeholder classes and selector nesting.

Our Presenter, Taylor Dewey

Giving life to creative ideas is the motivation that has been driving Taylor to make websites since 1998. More recently he is fueled by a goal to work with passionate people to create products that people love to use.

Taylor chose to work with the web because it is a medium where creativity and technology meld and, as a virtual product, constantly evolves into something better. He works for 10up creating user experience strategy, engineering interfaces, developing, and supporting high impact, complex, and innovative content centered digital experiences. Or, in short: he creates really awesome websites that make online publishing simple.

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