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Lucky Labrador Public House

7675 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, Oregon 97219, US (map)

A Lucky Labrador pub with Pizza.

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  • Thursday
    Oct 16 2014
    PDMA Learning and Networking Event -- Don’t Monkey Around With Surveys: Creating Effective Surveys Using Self-Service Tools

    Product Managers need good information to make good decisions. But how do you get this information? There are many online surveys at your disposal, such as SurveyMonkey, SurveyGizmo, and SurveyWriter, but any one of them can be subverted by bad survey design. This event will give you an overview of how to plan research properly, how to write a good questionnaire so you can obtain meaningful information, and decide which self-service survey tool will best encourage users to complete your survey to deliver significant results.

    Panelists:

    Steve Boespflug, Director of Research at Pivot Group

    Steve has worked in market research for 21 years. Before joining Pivot he was a principal of two full service market research companies, where he designed and managed more than 500 quantitative and qualitative research studies. Steve has worked directly with more than 100 client companies ranging from small start-ups to large organizations like Hewlett-Packard, 3M, Intel, Microsoft, United Airlines, Oregon State Lottery and Gartner. Steve has used a wide variety of data collection methodologies and analytics. He has managed over 200 online survey projects globally using Surveywriter, Surveygizmo and Surveymonkey, and has relied on the top online panel companies worldwide. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Dakota and an MBA from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management.

    Mike Pritchard, President, Five Circles Research and Pricing Gurus

    Mike's career before market research spanned engineering, marketing and management in England and the US, culminating in managing a major industrial product line at Intel where he learned the value of market insights in product development. Mike has been involved in online market research since it first started, with his own company and before that in senior positions at comScore and leading vendors in Portland and Seattle. His clients range from large technology companies such as Intel, Microsoft, Amazon, Real Networks, Hewlett-Packard and Netgear, as well as start-ups who want to test viability, size the market, and make pricing decisions. Along with full-service projects, Mike consults and trains those who wish to take on some tasks of a market research project themselves. Mike speaks frequently on market research issues, and is a world-renowned expert on pricing research using the Van Westendorp Price Sensitivity Meter (included in his presentation for Product Camp Portland 2014). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southampton (England) and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Oregon.

    The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) is the premier global advocate for product development and management professionals. The Oregon chapter's mission is to help local professionals and organizations to identify, develop, and launch more innovative and profitable products and services through cross-industry collaboration, thought leadership, and the sharing of best practices and practical knowledge. For more information about the Oregon Chapter of the PDMA, please contact: David Nash, Chapter President, at [email protected].

    We encourage everyone in Oregon who is interested in the Product Development Manager's Association to become a member of the National PDMA. For a great explanation on the benefits of membership in the PDMA, click http://www.pdma.org/p/cm/ld/fid=171

    Schedule:

    6:00 – 6:30pm: Gathering / Networking / Refreshments**

    6:30 – 6:45pm: Announcements (upcoming events, who’s hiring, etc.)

    6:45 – 7:30pm: Panel Discussion

    7:30 – 7:45pm: Q&A / Open discussion

    7:45 – 8:00pm: Networking

    Cost:

    $10 on-line registration prior to the event **

    $15 at the door

    A discount is available for PDMA members

    To register online, click on the website above.

    ** Note: This is a no-host event. The complete Lucky Lab food and drink menu is available. Grab a cold ale & bite to eat - and bring a friend or colleague to add to the discussion!

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jul 17 2014
    PDMA Learning and Networking Event -- Your Career In Product Management: Entry, Advancement And Beyond

    According to a recent article, the Product Manager is the fourth most valuable corporate job. Unfortunately, there is little agreement on what a person in that position is responsible for, what skills they need, and how they should be evaluated. Given that uncertainty, it’s no surprise that the career path for a Product Manager also lacks clarity and consistency.

    We have assembled a panel of Product Management veterans to explore how one can enter the profession, what it takes to be successful and advance, and to what types of senior positions a seasoned Product Manager can aspire. There will be significant interaction with the audience to make sure your specific career questions will be addressed.

    Panelists:

    Susannah Axelrod, Director of Product Management at Puppet Labs, Inc.

    Susannah has over 15 years of Product Management experience from Intel, Intuit, Sage Software, and Thomson Reuters. She is known for combining the voice of the customer, competitive and market research into real, actionable roadmaps and strategies. Susannah has an MBA from the Wharton School.

    Pamela Jones, Principal at Jones Partners Executive Search Firm

    For more than 20 years, Pamela's firm has recruited board members, C-level executive team members across all functions, and critical contributors to execute on projected growth plans of start-up, emerging, and transitioning technology (high tech, healthcare, and agriculture) companies nationwide. She has served on the boards of Oregon Public Broadcasting, Oregon Entrepreneurs Network, Technology Association of Oregon, and other community organizations.

    Olaf Kowalik, Director of Product Management at Janrain

    Previously, Olaf was Vice-President of Product Management & Development at Waggener Edstrom, and previously held management positions at Point B, RealNetworks, and Ernst & Young. In April, Olaf led a popular session at ProductCamp PDX titled, “Product Management Interviews: Asking the Right Questions and Giving Great Answers.”

    Matthew Lange, Senior Director, Product Management at Northwest Evaluation Association

    Matthew has over 27 years of experience in the software industry while working in the Aerospace, Construction and Education markets. Matthew’s Product Management experience spans over 15 years, including both C-level and leadership-level management roles.

    The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) is the premier global advocate for product development and management professionals. The Oregon chapter's mission is to help local professionals and organizations to identify, develop, and launch more innovative and profitable products and services through cross-industry collaboration, thought leadership, and the sharing of best practices and practical knowledge. For more information about the Oregon Chapter of the PDMA, please contact: David Nash, Chapter President, at [email protected].

    We encourage everyone in Oregon who is interested in the Product Development Manager's Association to become a member of the National PDMA. For a great explanation on the benefits of membership in the PDMA, click here.

    PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN VENUE TO LUCKY LAB MULTNOMAH

    Schedule:

    6:00 – 6:30pm: Gathering / Networking / Refreshments**

    6:30 – 6:45pm: Announcements (upcoming events, who’s hiring, etc.)

    6:45 – 7:30pm: Panel Discussion

    7:30 – 7:45pm: Q&A / Open discussion

    7:45 – 8:00pm: Networking

    Cost:

    $10 on-line registration prior to the event **

    $15 at the door

    A discount is available for PDMA members.

    To register online, click the website link above.

    ** Note: This is a no-host event. The complete Lucky Lab food and drink menu is available. Grab a cold ale & bite to eat - and bring a friend or colleague to add to the discussion.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Feb 20 2014
    PDMA Learning and Networking Event -- Roadmapping: Best Practices For Determining "What's Next"

    Roadmapping: Best Practices for Determining "What's Next"

    PDMA Learning and Networking Event

    Thursday, February 20, 2014

    6:00 - 8:00 PM

    Your Oregon Chapter of the Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) - the folks who bring you ProductCamp Portland – and Pragmatic Marketing invite you to a February Learning and Networking Event featuring a special moderated panel focused on the challenges of product roadmapping.

    Good Product Managers are the CEOs of their product. They have a vision, and communicate it effectively, for how their product will grow, evolve, and successfully meet its key objectives. The product roadmap is one of the product manager's key instruments for laying out this vision in more concrete terms, but it's inherently full of challenges. This session will tap into panelists experience to uncover best practices for road mapping including critical factors for feature prioritization, political considerations, and how best to communicate them internally and externally.

    Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from three top local product executives on this compelling and challenging area of product management.

    Panelists:

    Bill Lynch - Co-Founder and Advisor, Jive Software

    Bill Lynch is a software entrepreneur and advisor. He is one of the co-founders of Jive Software, a company he started in 2001. Bill led product development efforts for 6 years and then transitioned to Product Management at Jive until his retirement from the company in 2013. Jive grew from two co-founders to a team of almost 700 globally and a successful IPO in December 2011. Today, Bill is an advisor to local startups, organizes networking events for area Product Managers, and serves as the Entrepreneur in Residence at the Portland Development Commission. Bill has a BS in computer science from the University of Iowa.

    Andy Mallinger – Director of Product, Iovation

    After 5 years as a software developer Andy moved to the dark side (marketing) in order to get free lunches traveling with the sales team. Frequently jumping between product management and product marketing, Andy has been deep in new product research, product road-mapping and go to market planning and execution at Portland companies CenterSpan, Digimarc, RNA networks and Iovation. A lover of variety, technology focus includes SaaS fraud prevention, secure document issuance, mobile-connected content, memory virtualization, and peer to peer networks. Andy grew up in Pittsburgh and earned his BA in computer science at Denison University and an MBA from Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management.

    Julie Anne Reda - VP of Product Strategy, Yesmail Interactive

    Julie Anne Reda, is a seasoned product management executive and is responsible to drive the product vision, strategy, roadmap and launch of Yesmail products. Julie Anne, along with her team manages product development and ensures products exceed market demands for innovative solutions that fit the changing landscape of digital marketing. Julie Anne has enabled large organizations such as Walt Disney Company, Fox Broadcasting, Sony Pictures, Ticketmaster and CitySearch.com to evolve their products to tailor toward the marketplace.

    Moderator:

    David Nash - VP Product Management, ADP Dealer Services

    Schedule:

    6:00 – 6:30pm Gathering / Networking / Refreshments**

    6:30 – 6:45pm Announcements (upcoming events, who’s hiring, etc.)

    6:45 – 7:30pm Panel Discussion

    7:30 – 7:45pm Q&A / Open discussion

    7:45 – 8:00pm Networking

    Cost:

    $10 on-line registration prior to the event **

    $15 at the door

    A discount is available for PDMA members.

    To register online, click on the website above and scroll down to the "Cost " section

    ** Note: This is a no-host event. The complete Lucky Lab food and drink menu is available. Grab a cold ale & bite to eat - and bring a friend or colleague to add to the discussion.

    SPONSORED BY PRAGMATIC MARKETING

    In addition to being a venue sponsor for the upcoming learning and networking event and a returning platinum sponsor at [ProductCamp Portland] (http://productcamppdx.org/), Pragmatic Marketing is supporting the Portland Product Management community by offering three courses in Portland on Feb. 25-27. Instead of buying an airplane ticket, you and your product colleagues can attend their Foundations, Focus and Build courses right here in town. And as an exclusive offer only for our ProductCamp Portland and PDMAO friends: mention ProductCamp Portland or PDMA to receive a free copy of Tuned In when you register for the Portland Pragmatic courses. Find out more at [Pragmatic Marketing in Portland] (https://buy.pragmaticmarketing.com/buy/events/detail/9813).

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  • Wednesday
    Aug 28 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Aug 21 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Aug 14 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Aug 7 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, give advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jul 31 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jul 24 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jul 17 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jul 10 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jul 3 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jun 26 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Jun 19 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers. All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Sunday
    Jun 9 2013
    cl-pdx meet and greet

    This will be the first meetup of the Portland Common Lisp interest group. Anybody is welcome and there is no agenda for this meetup.

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  • Wednesday
    May 22 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with other participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    May 15 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    May 8 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    May 1 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    I'll be at Railsconf events that evening, so there won't be a sign, but feel free to come anyway.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 24 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 17 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 10 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages and skill levels welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Apr 3 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Mar 27 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Mar 20 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Mar 13 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages welcome. Come work on your own projects, pair with others participants, get advice, have fun, etc.

    It's a new meetup and so far it's just been a couple of us, but we're hoping to grow. Bring a friend.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Mar 6 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages welcome. Come work on your own projects, work on others participants' projects, get advice, have fun, etc.

    It's a new meetup and so far it's just been a couple of us, but we're hoping to grow. Bring a friend.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Feb 27 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    Meet and hack with other SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages welcome. Come work on your own projects, work on others participants' projects, get advice, have fun, etc.

    It's a new meetup and so far it's just been a couple of us, but we're hoping to grow. Bring a friend.

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Feb 13 2013
    SW Portland Hack-A-Thon

    We are trying to setup a semi-regular meetup of SW Portland hackers.

    All programming languages welcome. Come work on your own projects, work on others participants' projects, get advice, have fun, etc.

    Website
  • Monday
    May 14 2012
    Android Enthusiasts Meetup

    May Monthly Meetup for Android Enthusiasts of all types.

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  • Monday
    Nov 21 2011
    Android Weekly Workgroup

    Come and work on your personal Android projects in a workgroup. Share what your doing, ask questions, help others. All skill levels, including beginners, are welcome to attend.

    Confirmation of attendance is suggested but not required. If no one shows by 6:30 pm, the meeting will be automatically canceled unless otherwise noted on the website. Please check the group's website for last minute updates.

    Agenda:

    • 6:00 - 6:30: Arrival, Meet and Greet
    • 6:30 - 9:00: Coding

    web: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-android-workgroup

    email: [email protected]

    Discussion topics may be pre-suggested on the group's site, but the main focus of the meeting is coding personal projects.

    Website
  • Monday
    Aug 8 2011
    AndroidPDX Enthusiasts Monthly Meetup

    The monthly meetup for August.

    Topic:

    Motorola Droid 3 Oracle Vs. Google Lodsys

  • Wednesday
    Jan 5 2011
    Personal Telco Project Weekly Meeting

    Back from the Holiday Hiatus, this will be the first Personal Telco Weekly Meeting of the new year, and the first since the Ten Year Anniversary. Come join the fun, pitch in and help, and make the next decade even more successful than the last!

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  • Thursday
    Jul 23 2009
    PAGDIG Meetup (Portland Area Game Developer Interest Group)

    Hi everybody! Hope everyone is enjoying the nice weather and keeping cool.

    This month’s meeting will be held again at the west side Lucky Lab at 1945 NW Quimby St. on Thursday 7/23 at 7pm. Come on by and have some drink and pizza and some nice outdoor seating (weather permitting).

    Hopefully next month we can have another formal presentation at AI. We have our next likely presenter arranged, but if you know of any presenters who would like to speak at future meetings or would like to do so yourself, let us know.

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  • Wednesday
    Feb 4 2009
    Personal Telco Project Weekly Meeting

    First weekly meeting of the Personal Telco Project of February.

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