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Tuesday
Nov 15, 2011
Portland Java User Group: Portlet Integration with Twilio and PubNub
Oracle (Downtown Campus)

This month's topic: Portlet Integration with Cloud Based Services Twilio and PubNub

We will be discussing 2 open source portlets for Liferay that I recently created which integrates Twilio and PubNub. Twilio provides infrastructure APIs for businesses to build scalable, reliable voice and text messaging apps. PubNub provides eal-time push notification PLUS unique device to device mass broadcasting. We'll look at easy of use of these 2 APIs and the Spring MVC portlets that wrap them.

Led by Chris Buckley, founder of the Portland Liferay User Group, join us to learn:

PubNub - Cloud Service Java API
Twilio - Cloud Service Java API
Wrapping the services with Spring MVC Portlets
Deploying them with Liferay

More information on the portlets and the projects can be found at: http://puresrc.com/web/guest/knowledge


Speaker: Chris Buckley

Chris is co-founder and CEO of Pure Src (pure source), an enterprise portal implementation and development group, and the Portland Liferay User Group Founder. Prior to forming Pure Src, he was senior web architect at Rbx Global a mid-size software engineering firm supporting educational and government agencies. Chris has been actively involved in Open Source development for more than 9 years, committing or contributing to to projects like the Apache UIMA project and Liferay. Chris currently lives in Portland, OR and spends his time playing Soccer and chauffeuring his kids to Soccer and Gymnastics when he’s not programming.


PJUG meetings start with some time to eat and socialize (pizza and beverages are provided), followed by the featured speaker, then Q&A, discussion, sometimes a drawing to give away swag. :)

Though we like knowing how many people to expect, you don't have to RSVP, on Upcoming or otherwise. Go ahead and just show up!

Many people also go for a drink and further discussion following the meeting, at a location determined ad hoc (lately, Trees restaurant in the same building).

http://twitter.com/pjug http://pjug.org/ (join our mailing list, linked from the website!)

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Tuesday
Jul 17, 2012
API Hackday PDX
Cloudability

API Hackday PDX brings developers together for an all-day coding fest focused on building apps and mashups with APIs. Developers of all experience levels can share ideas, collaborate on existing projects, start new ventures, and find out about great tools and new APIs to play with.

Free admission: Lunch, Dinner and post-hack beer included.

Hackers will also hear from some of the country's top API-focused companies on tips, tricks, and tools for building the next big app. At the end of the day, teams and/or individuals get a chance to present their work to a panel of judges and win kickass prizes.

Brought to you by Twilio, SendGrid, Urban Airship, Cloudability & Mashery

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Thursday
Jul 19, 2012
PDX API Hour
Momo's

In town for OSCON? Take timeout from the convention center to meetup + drinkup outside on the back deck at Momo's. PDX API Hour with your friends from SendGrid, Urban Airship, Twilio and Mashery lasts from 4:30pm-6:30pm, so you can make sure to get back before the State of the Onion at 7pm!

Getting there: From OSCON convention center, take (free as in beer) MAX rail system Red or Blue line heading west to the Galleria/10th Street station. Momo's is 1/2 block away!

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Saturday
Sep 8, 2012
MFNW+PDX Music Hack Day
Puppet Labs on NW Park (old office)

Join the Spotify, Rumblefish, Twilio, MapQuest, Mozilla and your fellow hackers at Puppet Labs for a day of visualizations, data analysis, and general hacking via a number of awesome APIs.

Open to the public, the MusicFestNW (MFNW) and Portland Digital eXperience (PDX) Music Hack Day is designed to celebrate the confluence of music and technology by bringing the community together for a little hacking around music.

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Wednesday
Jul 24, 2013
PDX API Hour 2013
Dig A Pony

In town for OSCON? Take timeout to meetup with fellow hackers over drinks at Dig a Pony - a 15 minute walk straight down MLK, or a 5 minute streetcar/bus ride.

Big ups to awesome sponsors Mashery, Twilio, TokBox, SendGrid, Urban Airship, ESRI Labs, ProgrammableWeb and Silicon Florist!

apihour

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