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TuesdayFeb 26 2013ApacheCon North America 2013
ApacheCon NA 2013 Portland, Oregon February 26th – 28th, 2013
First held in 1999 for developers and users of the Apache Server to meet face-to-face, ApacheCon is the official conference, trainings, and expo series of The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), and is the public showcase for Apache innovations.
Apache products power over half the Internet, petabytes of data, teraflops of operations, billions of objects, and enhance the lives of countless users and developers. ApacheCon brings developers and users together to explore key issues in building Open Source solutions "The Apache Way". With hundreds of thousands of applications deploying ASF products and code contributions by more than 3,500 Committers from around the world, the Apache community is recognized as among the most robust, successful, and respected in Open Source.
MondayFeb 25 2013ApacheCon NA Hackathon
Everyone is welcome to attend the hackathon! Whether you're coming to the conference or just local, whether you're an existing committer or not, whether you're a coder or a writer or a designer or a tester, you'll all have a chance to get involved!
SundayFeb 24 2013BarCampApache
ApacheCon NA 2013 will be host to its own unconference! Running the day before the traditional Apache Hackathon and the conference, BarCampApache is a dynamic get together open to the public. Like other unconferences, the schedule will be determined by the participants.
ThursdaySep 20 2012OEN Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards 2012
Register today for the OEN Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards dinner! Early bird pricing for the event ends on Wednesday, August 15th, at midnight.
Individual Seat - $175
Table of 10 - $1700
Non Member Pricing
Individual Seat - $195
Table of 10 - $1850
Pricing after August 15th:
Individual Seat - $195
Table of 10 - $1900
Non Member Pricing
Individual Seat - $215
Table of 10 - $2050
SundayOct 23 2011SPLASH 2011
SPLASH stands for Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity. SPLASH is an annual conference that embraces all aspects of software construction and delivery, and that joins all factions of programming technologies. Since 2010 SPLASH is the umbrella for OOPSLA and Onward!.
This year, SPLASH comes to Portland! The program includes talks by Turing Award winner Ivan Sutherland, Mozilla's Brendan Eich, fun events like the Hackathon, Guy Steele geeking out on square dancing calls, and much, much more!
Portland area developers groups: contact email@example.com for instructions on how your members can register with the same discount as ACM members.
Big Data Hackathon at SPLASH/OOPSLA with Amazon Web Services
Hackathons are participatory event. You don't show up to watch or to hang out; you show up to lead or to join a team of other developers to imagine, create, and build something cool and useful in the course of a single day. This may sound impossibly ambitious. It is not. You can get a lot done when you can ignore your inbox and simply focus on the task at hand. The ability to tap in to high-level services certainly helps, as does the fact that everyone shows up expecting to work.
More information and Sign up instructions: http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2011/09/big-data-hackathon-at-splashoopsla-portland-october-2011.html
WednesdaySep 21 2011OEN Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards 2011
What does it take to be an OENtrepreneur? An all OENcompassing vision. Unbridled OENthusiasm. Abundant OENergy. And the limitless capacity for starting--and restarting--an unprecedented OENdeavor in the face of daunting odds and seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Join us Wednesday, September 21st at the Hilton Portland Downtown as we recognize this year's winners of the prestigious OEN Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards. These men and women are second to none in creating jobs, revitalizing our economy, and OENriching our community. And on top of everything else, it’s just a darn OENjoyable evening.
Registration Fees Earlybird: Until August 15, 2011 Individual seat: $175 Table of 10: $1700
Regular: August 15 – September 21, 2011 Individual seat: $195 Table of 10: $1900
Cancellation Policy: For cancellations before August 19th registrants will receive a refund. Sorry no refunds after that date.
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Contact Us Do you have questions about registration or the event? Would you like to become an event sponsor? If so, contact the OEN Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 503-222-2270, and we'll be happy to assist you.
TuesdaySep 6 2011
ThursdayDec 9 2010ESRI Dev Meetup
Register for Free at http://devmeetupportland.eventbrite.com/
Join us for Dev Meet Up—Portland
Developers of all levels of expertise are welcome, from seasoned GIS professionals to those new to geospatial development.
WednesdaySep 22 20102010 OEN Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards Celebration
Join us at OEN's premier annual fundraising event to get inspired while you give entrepreneurs the support they deserve.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Doors open: 5:30 PM
Networking & Opening Reception: 5:30 PM
Silent wine Auction featuring select Oregon Wineries
Welcome & Awards Ceremony: 7:00 PM
Awards will be presented in four categories that allow competition between companies in different markets based on performance during a particular stage in the company’s development: OEN Development Stage Company of the Year
OEN Working Capital Stage Company of the Year
OEN Growth Stage Company of the Year
OEN Entrepreneurship Award for Individual Achievement
2010 OEN Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards Pricing Earlybird: Until August 2, 2010 Individual seat: $165 Table of 10 (includes wine at table): $1700
Regular Pricing: August 3 - September 22 Individual seat: $185 Table of 10 (includes wine at table): $1900
Cancellation Policy: For cancellations before August 20th registrants will receive a refund. Sorry no refunds after August 20.
Available Items Price Qty
Early Bird Ticket - Individual seat: $165.00 *
Early Bird - Full Table Reservation: $1,700.00
WednesdayAug 4 2010Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) Annual International Conference
Each year, between 600 and 800 design practitioners, educators, students, business leaders and vendors working with designers from all over the world gather for IDSA's International Conference and Education Symposium. These events combine provocative speakers with practical information and solutions, as well as plenty of time for building personal and professional connections.
ThursdayFeb 18 2010Agile Scrum Master Certification
SolutionsIQ Certified ScrumMaster Training gives you all the tools and information you need to get started with Scrum and Agile. Delivered by SolutionsIQ’s world-renowned Certified ScrumMaster Trainers, this course shares time-tested practices for managing Product Backlogs, planning your releases and iterations (Sprints), and tracking and reporting progress. You’ll learn how to lead Sprint Planning meetings, Daily Scrum meetings, Sprint Review meetings, Sprint Retrospectives, and much more.
On successful course completion, participants are eligible for Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) status with the Scrum Alliance.
Contact: Rachel Kjack 503.867.0742 email@example.com
ThursdayJan 21 2010Strategies for IT Sourcing from Co-location to the Cloud
In today’s business environment, Information Technology (IT) is not an option. The outsourcing of IT infrastructure is quickly becoming a critical decision for many businesses that are challenged to reduce costs, while maintaining their competitive advantage and planning for the future.
MondayDec 7 2009
MondayJun 8 2009Usability Professional's Association 2009 Conference (UPA)
Usability Professional's Association 2009 Conference
When: 8-12 June, 2009 Where: Hilton & Executive Tower Portland, Oregon, USA Who: Over 700 user experience professionals from more than 20 countries What: Tutorials, workshops, Experienced Practitioners program, then two and a half days packed with presentations, Idea Markets, and opportunities to network with other user experience professionals. About the Theme
Whether people are interacting with consumer electronics, medical equipment, factory floor production lines, websites, retail stores, customer support or the architectural spaces which they inhabit every day, usability and user experience reactivation share in the common goal of making it better. Important Dates
* Call for participation: Opening 25 August * Submission Reviewer sign-up closes: 19 September * Submissions close for most submissions*: Closed * Submission Acceptance Notification: Begins 17, December * Idea Markets and Posters submissions close: 16, January, 2009 * Exhibitor and Sponsor sign-up opens: January 2009 * Registration opens: 23 February, 2009 * Volunteer application opens: 23 February, 2009
*All submissions except Idea Markets and Posters
WednesdayMay 27 2009OEN: When Your Customers can't Live Without You with Author Stewart Emery
Today, if someone took a poll of your customers and constituents, asking if you matter to them, what do you think the response would be?
If you ceased to exist tomorrow, do you think anyone would care? In other words, has your product, service or brand established an emotional connection with your customers to the extent that they are invested in your enduring success?
You're invited to participate in a dynamic exploration of how to matter with Stewart Emery co-author of the critically acclaimed bestseller Do You Matter? – an insightful analysis of how great design for the human experience builds ardent, lasting bonds between you, your company and your customers.
As author of the international bestseller, Success Built to Last, and leader of Belvedere Consultants, Emery has delivered and led workshops, seminars and keynotes all over the world. On May 27th, he'll talk about design as a total concept from how a product looks, operates, sounds and feels to designing a company culture that is authentic and customer-centric focused – and how it's the cornerstone of your survival in a marketplace of mediocrity. This rare opportunity is one you don't want to miss.
Date & Time: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 - 4:00 – 6:30 Location: The Hilton Portland, 921 SW Sixth Avenue, Portland, Oregon, 97204 (The Pavilion Room) Max Light Rail (Trimet Max Pioneer square two blocks from hotel) Cost: $50
Sponsored by: Cappelli Miles [spring] - http://www.cm-spring.com
Visit this site to register for this event: http://www.memberservicecenter.org/irmweb/wc.dll/orporntw?id=orporntw&doc=events/event&kn=80
TuesdayDec 9 2008Oregon's Most Admired Companies and CEO of the Year Awards Luncheon
Portland Business Journal's Oregon's Most Admired Companies and CEO of the Year Awards Luncheon Who are the most admired companies in Oregon? Come find out! The results are in, and you won't want to miss the most popular event of the year!
Tuesday December 9th, 2008 11:00am - 1:00pm Hilton Hotel, Grand Ballroom 921 SW 6th Ave.
The Portland Business Journal conducted a phone survey of CEOs across Oregon and asked their opinions on the greatest companies in Oregon. The results have been tabulated and will be announced at our Oregon's Most Admired Companies program in the following categories:
Agriculture and Forest Products Commercial Real Estate Financial Services Health Care Nonprofits Professional Services Technology Traditional Manufacturing Oregon's Most Admired Company Across All Industries NEW THIS YEAR Oregon's Most Admired CEO's in each category (as selected by Business Journal Editors) Our Oregon's Most Admired Companies special publication will be distributed to everyone in attendance at the event.
Don't miss this opportunity to celebrate with some of the greatest companies in the state!
Tickets are $65 per person when purchased by December 2nd, 2008; $70 thereafter. Tables of 10 are $600. NO REFUNDS are available after December 2nd. Questions, contact Events Assistant Mason Walker - firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.219.3427
MondaySep 8 2008
ThursdayFeb 21 2008Ruby and OSS evening social
[UPDATE 2/20: You can still come to the event, even if you didn't register/pay for the catered dinner earlier. Although you won't get the meal, the Hilton agreed to let non-diners in for free without any additional RSVPs/registrations. The room will have extra tables and a bar if you'd like to buy drinks.]
Join us for an evening social event where you'll get a chance to meet Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto, the creator of Ruby, and members of Japanese and Oregon-based organizations that use and contribute to Ruby and open source.
This event will be a great way to meet Ruby and open source enthusiasts ranging from programmers to CEOs, from journalists to city officials. You'll get a chance to learn how they're using and promoting these tools in Oregon and Japan, and discuss the open source movement and its communities. Be ready to make some new connections, so bring your business cards. This event is NOT about formal lectures or sales pitches, but for facilitating interpersonal discussions and creating new relationships here and abroad.
We look forward to seeing you there!
DETAILS: * LOCATION: Alexander's, 23rd floor of the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower, 921 SW Sixth Avenue, Portland, Oregon, USA 97204 * RSVP: [UPDATE 2/20: You do not need to RSVP if you're coming to the event as a non-diner. The payment/registration was only needed for the catered dinner.] * COST: [UPDATE 2/20: The event is free if you don't get the meal. However, the deadline for buying the catered dinner has passed, so you probably won't be able to get a meal at the event if you haven't paid for it already.] * SPONSORS: This event is paid for in part by The City of Beaverton, Oregon Technology Business Center, Pragmaticraft, AboutUs, and Lane Powell. You can donate through the "OTBC contribution system":http://www.opentechcenter.com/drupal/?q=node/194
ATTENDEES: * Shimane Open Source Society: A group that promotes the use of Ruby and open source, and is working to make a "Mecca of OSS" in the city of Matsue. The visiting delegation includes government officials, managers, scientists and technologists from Shimane Prefecture. * Oregon Technology Business Center: A non-profit organization devoted to supporting the growth of technology startups in Oregon. This incubator for technology-focused startups helps with office infrastructure, coaching, advising, networking, entrepreneurship education, and consulting services. * Portland Ruby Brigade: A grassroots community of Ruby programmers that meets regularly to freely share their knowledge of Ruby. This user group promotes the use of Ruby and open source through events, structured talks, and open discussions. * Other Oregon organizations: We'll likely have representatives from AboutUs, ActiveReload, BlueLeaf, Blue Hill Solutions, Calagator, City of Beaverton, EngineYard: Rubinius, GoSeeTell, IBM, Infinity Softworks, JanRain, Lumeno.us, Lunarr, Open Sourcery, Oregon Economic and Community Development Department, Oregon State University: Open Source Lab, Portland State University, Pragmaticraft: AutomateIt, Software Association of Oregon, and others.