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University Place Hotel

310 SW Lincoln Street
Portland, Oregon 97201, United States (map)

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  • Saturday
    Aug 6 2016
    Devsigner 2016
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    University Place Hotel

    The Devsigner 2016 Conference provides a time and place for designers and coders to gather, exchange ideas, learn from one another, broaden skill-sets, and interact with the local design community. Sessions will range from non-tech subjects (e.g. architecture) to highly technical implementation. This year will feature fewer sessions and more time to mingle, including a mixer Saturday evening.

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  • Friday
    Oct 14 2011
    Pacific NW Drupal Summit
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    University Place Hotel

    More info to be posted and website to be updated for 2011.

    The Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit is an annual event for Drupal professionals to gather, exchange ideas, learn from one another, and advance the Drupal CMS.

    A Brief History of the PNWDS:

    The Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit was first held in Seattle WA in October 2009 and in Vancouver BC in October 2010. The first Summit was organized by volunteers from the Seattle Drupal User Group, and the second Summit was organized by volunteers from the Surrey and Vancouver Drupal User Groups.

    In January 2011 after gathering a rockstar crew of organizing volunteers from the PDX Drupal User Group, Portland OR formally announced that it will host the 2011 PNWDS.

    For questions, please contact PDX organizers sarah_p or skjalf.

    For sponsorship-related inquiries, please contact Brian Jamison.

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  • Monday
    Aug 2 2010
    DFRWS 2010
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    University Place Hotel

    The annual DFRWS conference allows leading digital forensics researchers from government, industry, and academia to present their work and results to fellow researchers and practitioners. Many of the most cited digital forensics papers have been presented at DFRWS and the annual challenge has spawned research in important areas. Initial results and tool prototypes are also presented during the Works in Progress and demo sessions.

    The conference typically has about 100 people and is therefore small enough so that attendees meet each other and can interact with the speakers. A tradition of DFRWS as been its casual and interactive atmosphere where break out sessions exist to discuss topics related to the presentations. There are also opportunities to interact during the welcome reception and banquet. After the banquet, attendees can put their forensics skills to the test when they form teams to participate in the annual Forensics Rodeo, which is a challenge that requires participants to analyze data and answer questions.

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  • Tuesday
    Jun 1 2010
    DFRWS 2010 - Early Registration Ends

    Early registration ends for DFRWS 2010 digital forensics conference. Register before this date to save $75.

    The conference itself runs August 2-4.

    About the Conference:

    The annual DFRWS conference allows leading digital forensics researchers from government, industry, and academia to present their work and results to fellow researchers and practitioners. Many of the most cited digital forensics papers have been presented at DFRWS and the annual challenge has spawned research in important areas. Initial results and tool prototypes are also presented during the Works in Progress and demo sessions.

    The conference typically has about 100 people and is therefore small enough so that attendees meet each other and can interact with the speakers. A tradition of DFRWS as been its casual and interactive atmosphere where break out sessions exist to discuss topics related to the presentations. There are also opportunities to interact during the welcome reception and banquet. After the banquet, attendees can put their forensics skills to the test when they form teams to participate in the annual Forensics Rodeo, which is a challenge that requires participants to analyze data and answer questions.

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  • Saturday
    Feb 21 2009
    Calagator code sprint at RecentChangesCamp (RCC)

    University Place Hotel

    Join us to improve Calagator at RecentChangesCamp. We've got new patches to review and extend, e.g., theming, logins, letting users say "I'm going" to an event, and much more.

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  • Friday
    Feb 20 2009
    RecentChangesCamp 2009
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    University Place Hotel

    RecentChangesCamp (RCC) is the unconference for the Wiki community. Born of the intersection of wiki and Open Space (an unconference facilitation method), it is named after the "recent changes" page found on many wikis.

    RCC is 100% free to attendees, and is open to everyone: from hardcore wikiholics to the mildly curious. No pre-registration is required, but it would be helpful if you could add yourself to our list of attendees on our planning wiki. You can also follow our updates at @RCCamp

    RCC is held over the course of three days, with participants welcome to come and go as they please. The schedule is...

    Friday: 9:30 am, Opening circle. Unconference sessions, a break for lunch, and then some more sessions before we close for the evening.

    Saturday: 9:30 Morning news / re-opening circle, sessions, lunch, and the evening news / circle

    Sunday: 9:30 am Morning news, fifth sessions, closing circle, 3:00 pm, cleanup, etc.

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  • Wednesday
    Jul 23 2008
    Google Analytics Seminars for Success, Portland
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    University Place Hotel

    Lead by Justin Cutroni of EpikOne, a Google Analytics certified Seminar Leader. Learn how to analyze and properly configure Google Analytics. Develop your skills as an analyst to improve your websites' performance and understand how to configure Google Analytics to ensure accurate information flow.

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