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Old Town Pizza, 226 NW Davis

226 NW Davis St
Portland, Oregon 97209, US (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Wednesday
    Mar 9 2016
    Lean Coffee and Drinks

    2016? Agile? Like to prognosticate, expound or listen intently? We're there for you.

    (Did you miss the last one due to some unfortunately hyper-confusing instructions? Ahem. That organizer has been taken out to the back shed for re-education. Let's do this right.)

    We'll meet at 5pm, spend a few minutes gathering ideas and drinks, then roll right into the smooth easy cadence of lively discussion.

    Details on how Lean Coffee works are on the meetup site.

    RSVP on meetup.com to secure your spot!

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  • Wednesday
    Feb 25 2015
    Lean Coffee Kick-off

    First of an energetic Lean Coffee discussions where we discuss a wide variety of questions that you bring for feedback, inquiry and laughs with fellow Agile practitioners. You pick your poison (in more ways than one).

  • Thursday
    Dec 9 2010
    PDX Commodore Users Group

    The Portland Commodore Users Group meets on the second Thursday of every month.

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  • Thursday
    Nov 11 2010
    PDX Commodore Users Group

    The Portland Commodore Users Group meets on the second Thursday of every month.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Oct 14 2010
    PDX Commodore Users Group

    The Portland Commodore Users Group meets on the second Thursday of every month.

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  • Tuesday
    Feb 10 2009
  • Wednesday
    Oct 1 2008
    PDX 501 Tech Club: Putting Your Web Site to Work โ€“ Strategies for Acquiring and Cultivating Donors

    Please note the recent location change

    For as long as there has been fundraising, there have been two cornerstone strategies: acquisition and cultivation. Join us to take a look at some of the ways โ€“ including email marketing, online events, and social media โ€“ that nonprofits are using the Web to acquire new supporters and reinforce relationships with those already supporting.

    SCHEDULE: 5:30 Networking 6:00 Presentation 6:30 More networking

    Chad Norman and Allison Van Diest from BlackBaud will give us top ten tactics organizations are deploying over the web to support their goals.

    Chad Norman is the Internet Marketing Manager for Blackbaud, where he is responsible for corporate website content, social web strategy, email marketing, community management, and search engine optimization. Chad is editor-in-chief of Blackbaud Blogs, where he also writes his own blog "Webby Things". As host and producer of The Baudcast, he brings together industry experts from around the world to discuss nonprofit technology issues on this biweekly podcast. In 2007, Chad founded Go Green Charleston, a technology-focused nonprofit that helps Charleston-area residents connect, stay informed, and mobilize around local environmental issues. Chad has spoken for groups like AMA, PRSA, and NAYDO, and his work has been featured by The Nonprofit Times, Fundraising Well, Treehugger.com, and Neatorama.com.


    The Portland 501 Tech Club is growing with your participation and turning into one of the hottest new places to learn, connect, and CHANGE within the Portland community! This is a fantastic way to keep conversations, learning opportunities and networking going throughout the community.

    If you haven't already, please join the Portland 501 Tech Club at http://groups.nten.org. Please email Anna at [email protected] or Donna at [email protected] with any questions

  • Wednesday
    Sep 17 2008
    Haunted Lunch 2.0 at SplashCast

    The Portland Lunch 2.0 saga continues as we head back to Old Town and the old Merchant Hotel, which now houses SplashCast.

    Come join the ghosts of Old Town (and your living friends) in SplashCast's new digs. We promise there won't be any 2.0 Shanghai'ing even though we all have side projects we'd like to staff. Hmmm.

    Anyway, mix and mingle with your fellow Portlanders, learn about the tech scene in Portland, go home or back to work happy and full.

    Lunch 2.0 is a Valley phenomenon that you can read about at lunch20.com, and we're putting a PDX stamp on it.

    The space isn't enormous, so the guest list will be capped at 60. Don't despair, there will be more Lunch 2.0 goodness.

    Are you vegan, vegetarian or otherworldly? Please leave a comment so we can plan food accordingly. Thanks.

  • Tuesday
    Jul 22 2008
    Pizza Party for Friends of the FSF

    Pizza Party for Friends of the FSF

    The Free Software Foundation is hosting a pizza party for FSF members and friends. Come and bring along friends who are interested in software freedom.

    There is no charge but we would love for you to sign up to become an FSF member if you aren't already.

    Join online now or bring a credit card or checkbook to the event.

    After hearing about all the exciting things going on at the FSF, we know you'll want to become an FSF member to support our work. Benjamin Mako Hill, FSF board member, and Joshua Gay, Campaigns Manager, are each going to address the crowd for a bit and then take some questions.

    Refreshments include traditional cheese-covered pizza, vegan pizza, and beer.

    Old Town Pizza is at 226 NW Davis, right next to the Old Town/Chinatown MAX stop.

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  • pdxfunc (functional programming) dinner meeting

    Meet to have dinner and talk with other functional programming enthusiasts, whether locals or OSCON attendees.

    We'll be upstairs.

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