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Wednesday
Nov 12, 2008
Portland Perl Mongers: Cisco Log Parsing - Good, Bad and Ugly
Free Geek

Wed. November 12th, 6:53pm at FreeGeek -- 1731 SE 10th Ave.

Speaker: Gabrielle Roth Topic: 600 Simple Strategies for Sanely Summarizing Cisco Syslogs

Syslog is a handy troubleshooting tool, but only if you actually read what's logged. I wrote a Cisco syslog parser & reporter as part of our network fault-management system. We'll go over:

  • network management basics
  • why we needed this specific tool
  • why I created my own tool from scratch (instead of using an off-the-shelf solution)
  • how I did it & what the results were, and
  • what I'm going to do next.

You don't need to be a Cisco engineer or even know much Perl to get something out of this talk.

As always, the meeting will be followed by social hour at the Lucky Lab.

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Thursday
Apr 12, 2012
Sysadmin and Developer Tools and Tricks Swap
Side Door

This is a meetup that was inspired by the Tool Swap at BarCamp Portland. The idea is to sit down and share your favorite tools and tricks, maybe that is a plugin for git, maybe it is a hot key you couldn't live without in bash, maybe it is a feature of your editor.

This is the first one to gauge interest and if people like it we could start doing it each second Thursday.

This meeting is set at the same venue, during SEPoCoNi (Southeast Portland Coders' Night). We've spoken about themed SEPoCoNi meetups so lets try one.

Thursday
Jul 12, 2012
Portland Perl Mongers – Programming in the Future + Intro to Dist::Zilla
Free Geek

speakers: Eric Wilhelm + Jonathan "Duke" Leto

(Rumored cameo / lightning talk by Florian "rafl" Ragwitz.)

Programming in the Future - a preview of the upcoming OSCON presentation covering the last and next 25 years of programming technology using Perl as our time machine. We'll look at the evolution of tools, syntax, modules, and standard practices, the gooey innards, and some "hot new things" which are still being discovered again.

Introduction to Dist::Zilla for Newbies - eliminates your excuses for not learning more about Dist::Zilla and using it on a regular basis. By the end of this talk, you will know how and why to use dzil as your favorite Perl package developer tool, and you might even need to publish more code on the CPAN just to have an excuse to use it more.

As usual, the meeting will be followed by social hour at the Lucky Lab Brew Pub.

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Thursday
Apr 14, 2016
Jazz Guitarist Rodney Jones Presents "Music: A Gateway to Spiritual Experience"
Mediatheque Black Box Theater

Eckankar of Oregon and The Collaborative Design Program at PNCA are co-sponsoring a workshop entitled Music: A Gateway to Spiritual Experience featuring Rodney Jones, Thursday, April 14th, 7PM, at the Pacific Northwest College of the Arts at in the Mediatheque Black Box Theater, 511 NW Broadway, Portland, OR 97209.

Rodney is a member of The Juilliard School of Music faculty. He performed at the recently aired White House Tribute to Ray Charles.

This event is free to the public!

In his workshop, Rodney shares his personal experience as a musical vessel for the Divine. Telling stories from his work in multiple industries with major jazz greats such as Dizzy Gillespie & Lena Horne, he leads the audience to deepen their own personal connection with inner guidance in making music and living life. Forever a seeker of truth, Rodney offers key tools he's learned from his 40+ years studying the spiritual teachings of ECKANKAR.

Following his workshop, he will play a little bit of music with one of his protégés, David Rosenthal.

For more information about Rodney Jones: http://www.rodneyjones.com/live/ http://tinyurl.com/ha5jblq --Jones at back, to left of the mike. http://www.juilliard.edu/faculty/rodney-jones

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Wednesday
Sep 14, 2016
Get 'Er Done: Surveying Digital Project Management Tools
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

There are many digital tools out there to help you tackle your projects and "get 'er done"—from full-blown project management platforms to communication and file-sharing tools. Get an idea of the digital project management tools out there with advice and opinions from the pros.

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Wednesday
Oct 11, 2017
"Reliability and Software Tools Workshop"
The Hampton Inn & Suites

We are pleased to sponsor a workshop on Reliability software and tools intended to assist engineers and others to improve the product in the development process. This event is in the form of a workshop with two sessions. The schedule is a session held both before and after a half-hour break.

5:00 – 6:30 PM – Session #1 – The focus is on describing ReliaSoft software and how each module of their software fits into a project of bringing a proposed product design to market. Examples of use of the various modules. The instructor for both sessions is Dr. Umur Yenal representing HBM Prenscia | www.hbmprenscia.com | Tucson, AZ.

Dr. Umur Yenal is a Technologist with HBM Prenscia. He is involved in the delivery of training seminars and consulting projects in the field of Reliability and Quality Engineering, as well the development of ReliaSoft software products. He holds a MSc degree from the Technical University of Denmark and a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Arizona. Previously, he worked as a post-doctorate research associate and as a test manager at the University of Arizona. His areas of interest include system reliability, life data analysis, accelerated life testing and reliability block diagrams.

6:30 – 7:00 PM – Break for Meal & Section News | Pizza and soft drinks.

7:00 – 8:30 PM – Session #2 - The focus is on one or more case studies including a printed circuit board product as an example product. Reliability of a proposed design of a printed circuit board is calculated from components, materials and overall design; then the design is improved with substitution of more reliable components until the design goal is met using the software.

Registration is via Eventbrite.com and the fee is $25.00 per person. See website link.

Sponsored by the American Society for Quality (ASQ.com) and the ASQ Section Southwest Washington-Vancouver

Questions? [email protected]

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Tuesday
Dec 19, 2017
Galois Tech Talk: Tree-Sitter: A New Parsing System for Programming Tools
Galois Inc, 421 SW 6th Ave. Suite 300, Portland, OR, USA, (3rd floor of the Commonwealth building)

Abstract: Developer tools that support multiple languages generally have very limited regex-based code-analysis capabilities. Tree-sitter is a new parsing system that aims to change this paradigm. We’re in the process of integrating Tree-sitter into both GitHub.com and Atom, which will allow us to analyze code accurately and in real-time, paving the way for better syntax highlighting, code navigation, and refactoring support. We’ll demo some new features that Tree-sitter has enabled in GitHub.com and Atom, discuss its implementation, and share thoughts on ways it could be used in the future.

Bio: Max Brunsfeld is an engineer on GitHub’s Atom team. Prior to joining GitHub, he worked at Pivotal Labs as a full-stack engineer. He enjoys programming, especially in C and C++, jazz guitar, bicycling and hiking. He lives in Portland with his wife and two toddlers.

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Thursday
Jul 12
Online Safety & Privacy for Beginners
Free Geek

From high-profile data breaches to advertising that follows you around the Internet… There are plenty of reasons to be concerned about digital safety and privacy.

This introductory class will help you understand online privacy and security threats, how they work, and how to avoid problems. You'll leave with a toolkit of resources for staying safe online.

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