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TuesdayFeb 7 2017Cloud Native Foundation PNW Roadshow
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation will be hosting a RoadShow at the Mariott Waterfront. Visiting Seattle, San Francisco, and Vancouver, Dan Kohn, Brian Gracely and Isaac Arias will be presenting:
• What is cloud native computing
• Projects of the CNCF
• Kubernetes deployment case study
• How container orchestration works
• Why cross-community collaboration is essential to success
... and more.
Paid registration required from the CNCF website. Members of CNPDX, Docker, Linux or other meetups can use the discount code "MEETUP50". Go! Socialize with other Cloud Natives! Bring your boss!
ThursdayMar 26 20152015 Tech-Security Conference
The Portland Tech-Security Conference features 40-60 vendor exhibits and 8-12 educational speaker sessions discussing current tech-security issues such as cloud security, email and social media security, VoIP, LAN security, wireless security, USB drives security & more. Numerous door prizes such as iPads, Kindles, $25, $50 and $100 gift cards and lots more! You'll come away with advice and knowledge so you can start proactively protecting your environment from the latest security breaches. To register for this conference, click on the link in the left column. Your registration will include your breakfast, lunch, conference materials and entrance into the conference sessions and exhibit area. THIS CONFERENCE QUALIFIES FOR CPE CREDITS. Scroll down to view the full conference agenda.
CPE Credits: 8-12
SaturdayFeb 7 2015Unity 5 Roadshow
Want the scoop on what's new in Unity 5? Want to learn how to make a game using Unity 5? Or do you already have a game made with Unity and want to expand your reach by porting it to Windows & Windows Phone? Join Unity and Microsoft experts at the Unity 5 Roadshow to receive FREE hands-on help at the full day track that fits your needs. Lunch, coffee, and tea will be provided by Microsoft to keep you fueled.
Make sure you RSVP here: https://unity5roadshowpdx0215.eventbrite.com/
TuesdayNov 11 2014[FREE] The ABCs of APIs with Node.js workshop
Are you a web designer/developer interested in API development, or an enterprise developer looking to expand your skill set around APIs using Node.js? Do you have data or services that you need to expose via APIs?
NOTE: You must register on the Eventbrite page: https://2014-portland-nodejs.eventbrite.com
Join your fellow developers and Apigee for a free, one-day workshop and learn to build RESTful APIs using Node.js and deploy them to the cloud!
Regardless of your background - this hands-on workshop will walk you, step-by-step, through the process of building APIs using Node.js.
During the course of the workshop, we'll cover topics such as: Best Practices in RESTful API design Crash course in Node.js Creating API specifications and docs with Swagger Using NodeJS to build an API Easily exposing data from databases (SQL and NoSQL) Creating API policies such as rate limiting, quota, OAuth, and more Deploying APIs to the cloud (Apigee Edge, Amazon Web Services and others)
The workshop is completely free – and all of the software & services we’ll be using are open-source!
MondayOct 20 2014SPLASH 2014
SPLASH is the umbrella conference about all things related to programming and the creation of software. It incorporates OOPSLA, Onward!, Essays, Panels, tutorials, and three exciting keynote talks (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings), as well as 14 workshops on Monday and Tuesday.
The full program is here: http://2014.splashcon.org/program/program-splash2014
MondayMay 5 2014Open Systems: What’s Old Is New Again
Join us for a special (Free) May Rose City SPIN in collaboration with the SATURN Software Architecture Conference!
Open Systems: What’s Old Is New Again
Presented by Patricia Oberndorf, Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute
Dates/Times: Monday, May 5th, 2014: Networking and Talk: 7:00-9:00 PM
Location: Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, 1401 SW Naito Parkway
Organization executives and managers continue to be challenged to achieve greater acquisition efficiency and cost savings, while understanding a myriad of issues and promoting smart system decision making. The use of an open systems approach is coming back to help with today’s realities and tomorrow’s possibilities. To adapt to changing circumstances, executives and managers need practical definitions, the basics of an open systems approach, and an understanding of the issues, as well as things to look for in programs as they transition to an open systems approach.
This presentation will discuss the definitions, approach, and basics of open systems. It will relate the concepts to current technology trends and the implications of disruptive technologies and provide attendees with high-level understanding and appreciation of what it means to transition to an open systems approach for system acquisition.
Patricia Oberndorf is a Principal Engineer in the Client Technical Solutions Division, Software Solutions Directorate at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). She has been at the Institute for over 20 years. During her career, Tricia has led work in interoperability and systems of systems; software acquisition; service-oriented architectures; software assurance; and remaking traditional risk management into success management. Her previous work has been in software engineering environments, open systems and open systems architectures, and in engineering systems based on the incorporation of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products. Tricia’s publications include the book, Managing Software Acquisition: Open Systems and COTS Products. Before coming to the SEI she spent 20 years with the Navy.
About the SATURN Conference
Rose City SPIN has teamed up with the SATURN Conference to present this special talk. Registration for the tenth annual SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) software architecture conference is now open. SATURN 2014 will take place at the Portland Downtown Waterfront Hotel in Portland, Oregon, from May 5-9 and will feature keynote presentations by leaders in the field of software architecture: • Joe Justice of Scrum Inc., and Team Wikispeed, which built a 100+ mpg car in less than three months for the X-Prize using Agile, Lean, and Scrum: (see http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/TEDxRainier-Joe-Justice-WikiSpe) • Jerome Pesenti, Vice President of Watson Core Technology at IBM and former co-founder of Vivisimo, the innovate search solutions company • Bill Opdyke, Architecture Lead (Corporate Internet Group) at J.P. Morgan Chase, who is best known for having done the first in-depth study of code re-factoring as a software engineering technique Also participating in SATURN this year will be Diana Larsen (http://futureworksconsulting.com), who will facilitate an Open Space event that will run concurrently with the conference and provide a valuable forum for networking and sharing of ideas and solutions. Register now for the SATURN 2014 software architecture conference.
In addition to the keynote and Open Space sessions, the SATURN 2014 Conference includes an extensive program of technical sessions on the themes of Technology, Methods and Tools, and Leadership and Business. SATURN 2014 will also offer practical tutorials, one two-day SEI course, and two one-day SEI courses. The conference provides attendees with the opportunity to network with international industry leaders in software architecture.
How to Register
This is a FREE lecture sponsored by the Rose City SPIN. But you can help us plan food and drinks by registering at: http://rosecityspinmay14.eventbrite.com
Rose City SPIN
The Rose City Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) is a monthly forum for networking, mutual support, and promotion of effective software practices. We exchange practical experiences, ideas, knowledge, wisdom, and war stories about the technical, business, and human facets of software process improvement. The Rose City SPIN serves the software development community of the Portland/Vancouver metro area. Whether you work for a large company or a small one, corporate or self-employed, industrial or academic setting, you are welcome at the Rose City SPIN.
SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference
The SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference is the largest conference in North America dedicated to software architecture.
In 2014, the SATURN Conference will celebrate its 10th year. Each year, SATURN attracts an international audience of practicing software architects, industry thought leaders, developers, technical managers, and researchers to share ideas, insights, and experience about effective architecture-centric practices for developing and maintaining software-intensive systems.
WednesdayJun 15 20112nd USENIX Conference on Web Application Development (WebApps '11)
Join us in Portland, OR, June 15–16, 2011, for the 2nd USENIX Conference on Web Application Development. WebApps '11 is designed to bring together experts in all aspects of developing and deploying Web applications. Like the inaugural WebApps '10, WebApps '11 seeks to attract cutting-edge research that advances the state of the art, not only on novel Web applications but also on infrastructure, tools, and techniques that support the development, analysis/testing, operation, or deployment of those applications. Interested in participating? Check out the Call for Papers for more information.
WebApps '11 will be part of USENIX Federated Conferences Week, which will take place June 12–17, 2010.
2011 USENIX Annual Technical Conference (ATC '11)
Join us in Portland, OR, June 15–17, 2011, for the 2011 USENIX Annual Technical Conference. USENIX ATC '11 will again bring together leading systems researchers for cutting-edge systems research and unlimited opportunities to gain insight into a variety of must-know topics, including virtualization, system administration, cloud computing, security, and networking.
TuesdayJun 14 20113rd USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing (HotCloud '11)
Join us in Portland, OR, June 14–15, 2011, for the 3rd USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing. HotCloud brings together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry working on cloud computing technologies. Cloud computing has evolved over the years from a basic IT infrastructure (data centers) to platform as a service (PaaS), and it includes both software as a service (SaaS) and enabling services to be deployed on a hosted infrastructure (IaaS). We believe that cloud computing will benefit from close interaction between researchers and industry practitioners, so that the research can inform current deployments and deployment challenges can inform new research. In support of this, HotCloud will provide a forum for both academics and practitioners to share their experience, leverage each other's perspectives, and identify new/emerging "hot" trends in this important area.
3rd Workshop on I/O Virtualization (WIOV '11)
Join us in Portland, OR, on June 14, 2011, for the 3rd Workshop on I/O Virtualization. Virtualization technology has grown beyond server systems to include desktops, notebooks, and even mobile devices. The rich settings in which virtualized systems are used range from cloud computing infrastructures requiring access to high-end I/O devices like GPUs and networks to the many devices present in embedded and mobile systems. While I/O systems have a long history of using abstraction to shield applications from the intricacies of devices and storage systems, the WIOV '11 workshop's focus is on the interplay of I/O with virtualization and cloud technologies. Our goal is to provide a forum to discuss the impact and challenges of I/O virtualization along multiple dimensions.
3rd USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Storage and File Systems (HotStorage '11)
Join us in Portland, OR, on June 14, 2011, for the 3rd USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Storage and File Systems. Storage systems continue to present important research challenges and opportunities today. The rapid increase in the volume and variety of digital data, the trend toward using commodity components rather than custom-built hardware, the ability to insert new filesystem functionality transparently in hypervisors, the emergence of persistent storage memory technologies, the challenges of "big data," the rise of distributed key-value stores (such as nosql), aand the proliferation of storage devices in consumer electronics all offer exciting opportunities and new challenges. The HotStorage workshop aims to bring together researchers interested in presenting their thoughts and engaging in discussions with their colleagues.
2011 USENIX Federated Conferences Week (FCW '11)
Back for 2011, USENIX is combining established conferences and new workshops into one week chock full of research, training, and information.
The USENIX Federated Conferences Week offers a unique opportunity to gain insight into a variety of "hot" topics, while the joint lunches, breaks, and evening events provide unparalleled networking possibilities.
USENIX is again making it easy to customize your program to meet your needs. Your daily registration gets you into all the events happening that day. Plus, registration packages offer expanded discounts: the more days you attend, the more you save!
MondayJun 13 2011DevOps Workshop (FREE)
YOU MUST RSVP AT THE WEBSITE ABOVE.
The workshop will explore: * Introduction to devops * Devops culture * Devops automation * Devops management * Devops sharing
The workshop is led by John Willis aka 'botchagalupe' of DTO Solutions at a venue provide by USENIX Federated Event Week.
WednesdaySep 23 2009Linux Plumbers Conf 2009
The Linux Plumbers Conference is primarily a developers conference - with the goal of getting key developers together to discuss issues face to face. For a description of our goals, see this post on What is Linux Plumbing?. Thus the conference program mostly consists of microconferences addressing a particular topic or subsystem issue. Microconferences are sessions of approximately two and a half hours with several individuals giving brief presentations or demos and driving discussion. Microconferences will be run by a “runner” who selects speakers and moderates the discussion. Note that the microconference format does not preclude individual speakers giving more traditional, longer formal presentations on topics of interest.
MondaySep 21 2009LinuxCon
1st Annual LinuxCon September 21 - 23, 2009 - Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, Portland, OR This event is co-located with the 2nd Annual Linux Plumbers' Conference.
LinuxCon is a new annual technical conference that will provide an unmatched collaboration and education space for all matters Linux. LinuxCon will bring together the best and brightest that the Linux community has to offer, including core developers, administrators, end users, community managers and industry experts. In being the conference for "all matters Linux", LinuxCon will be informative and educational for a wide range of attendees. We will not only bring together all of the best technical talent but the decision makers and industry experts who are involved in the Linux community.
LinuxCon will feature over 75 conference presentations divided among five tracks and three audience types (Developers, Operations and Business), tutorials, BoF sessions, keynotes, roundtables, a product & technology showcase and sponsored mini-summits, as well as countless networking opportunities in developer lounges and evening events. LinuxCon offers a unique conference experience that encourages collaboration, progress and interaction.
With top notch educational content and collaboration opportunities, those that attend LinuxCon will leave more knowledgeable and better positioned for success in the year to come.
Who Should Attend: Software Developers Linux IT Professionals Corporate End Users Senior Executives Industry Experts Community Managers Media
TuesdayFeb 17 2009UIE Roadshow: Secrets Behind Designing Great User Experiences
***Special discount with Calagator: Get $75 off the registration price when you use the promotion code CALPORT
UIE is excited to announce our new UIE Roadshow: Secrets Behind Designing Great User Experiences, a full-day workshop, based on 10 years of UIE's extensive research, that will deliver new insights and inspire your team to create the best user experiences.
This winter, we're taking this workshop on the road to:
Portland, OR on Tuesday, February 17, 2009 Minneapolis, MN on Thursday, February 19, 2009 Atlanta, GA on Monday, March 2, 2009
Recognized industry leader, Jared Spool, will share information that previously we've only made available to our biggest clients.
During the day, Jared will lead you through these sessions:
9:00 am: Designing for the Age of Experience? Jared will start with an overview of UIE's research into great experience design.
10:45 am: UX Level-Up: Taking Your Team to the Next Level?? You'll assess the critical dimensions that will pinpoint what your team needs to succeed.
1:00 pm: The Making of a UX Vision? You'll discover the secrets behind creating a unified user experience vision that you can share with your entire organization.
3:15 pm: Magic and Mental Models: Using Illusions to Simplify Design? In a perfect session to end the day, Jared will use professional magic effects to demonstrate the parallels between the world of magical illusions and the world of digital design.
View a full description of the program at: http://cli.gs/RqzyBR
ThursdayOct 30 2008Entrepreneurship in the Global Economy
In the New Global Economy, value creation has the same value independent of where the value is created. As a result you can tap into talent globally for motivation, leadership, and entrepreneurship and make many more ideas viable than were possible in the past. Fifteen years ago most companies were local and competition was around the corner. Technology and connectivity have now created a free market in the context of the world. For example, an entrepreneur in Portland can now both collaborate and compete with entrepreneurs in Shanghai or Bangalore.
Desh is the founding investor and Chairman of several companies including Sycamore Networks, Tejas Networks, Airvana, A123 Systems, HiveFire and Sandstone Capital. Desh is also involved in several non-profit initiatives which leverage the Global connection. For example the “Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation” at MIT has announced an International Initiative. Akshaya Patra, an NGO in India that serves mid-day meals to underprivileged children, has scaled its operations to serve 1 million meals a day with in the last six years using global talent and resources. He will use the initiatives that he is involved with as examples to discuss the new Global Economy.
This event is being presented in conjunction with Venture Northwest hosted by OEN (Oregon Entrepreneurs Network).
Register for Venture Northwest (includes keynote by Desh Deshpande) - Register on or before October 3rd at the early bird special $420.
Venture Northwest 2008
It starts with a simple seed. But from that seed grows strong, vibrant and sustainable companies that are ripe for investment. Venture Northwest (formerly Venture Oregon) is the premier forum for new and emerging investment opportunities in exciting companies from Oregon, Washington, and throughout the Pacific Northwest. Learn about the region's growth segments, explore exciting new technology and research, and connect with entrepreneurs from the area's hottest emerging companies including nanotech, microtech, bioscience, sustainability and more.
This annual conference draws institutional investors and investment bankers from across the western US who are interested in the emerging companies that the Northwest has to offer. Companies that have presented at Venture Oregon have raised over $1.3 billion in venture capital since 1996 and over $68 million in angel investment.
Not all companies who presented had investments reported in Venture Source
Interested in applying to present at Venture Northwest 2008? If so, then visit the Venture Northwest 2008 Application & Guidelines page for more information.