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Portland Art Museum, Mark Building

1119 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR 97205, US (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Thursday
    Jun 3 2010
    PDXPHP - Meeting with Haiping Zhao of Facebook

    This will be a (open to the public) BoF session at Open Source Bridge.

    I'm Very pleased to announce that Haiping, Senior Server Engineer at facebook and main engineer behind HipHop for PHP will be meeting with the PDXPHP group on June 3rd.  HipHop is one of the major developments in the PHP-verse as of late and it's announcement certainly generated quite a bit of hubbub.  Be sure to come down to learn all about HipHop and related work, plus what it's like being an engineer at Facebook.

    HipHop for PHP isn't technically a compiler itself. Rather it is a source code transformer. HipHop programmatically transforms your PHP source code into highly optimized C++ and then uses g++ to compile it. HipHop executes the source code in a semantically equivalent manner and sacrifices some rarely used features — such as eval() — in exchange for improved performance. HipHop includes a code transformer, a reimplementation of PHP's runtime system, and a rewrite of many common PHP Extensions to take advantage of these performance optimizations.
  • CiviCode Day Event (redux)

    CiviCode Day will be co-located with the Hacker Lounge of Open Source Bridge at the Portland Art Museum, in the Sunken Ballroom of the Mark Building. An un-conference styled event, kicked off with a keynote address by our Mayor, Sam Adams, followed by brief introductions of project ideas in the morning, then breaking out into groups for the remainder of the day for a "hack-a-thon" with your peers. The last hour or so will be reserved for a show-and-tell of our work.

    CiviCode Day is dedicated to the sharing and mashing up of your ideas with your peers.

    • Share and Discuss your project ideas with others
    • Get Your Questions Answered on readily available datasets and/or inform data providers first hand of what type of datasets you need to turn your ideas into reality
    • Discover or Recruit Others to collaborate with on interesting projects
    • Mashup Prototypes as proof-of-concepts or more with your fellow developers
    • CiviCode Day will be attended by developers, collaboration seekers, data providers, contest organizers, and a wide array of local business people looking to learn more about the CivicApps.org project.

      To learn more about the Open Source Bridge Conference, please see http://opensourcebridge.org

      Registration is limited, so register today and connect with your peers!

  • Tuesday
    Jun 1 2010
    Portland Ruby Brigade meetup at Open Source Bridge

    Let's meet up and talk about Ruby!

    GROUP: The Portland Ruby Brigade is a user group for Ruby programmers in the Portland Oregon area. Join other developers for presentations and discussions about Ruby and its uses.

    VENUE: This an open-to-the-public meetup at the Open Source Bridge conference in the Portland Art Museum's Mark Building. We're not sure what room we'll be in, so look for signage in the lobby for further directions.

  • Open Source Bridge 2010
    Portland Art Museum, Mark Building

    Open Source Bridge is an open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

    Find out more about attending at http://opensourcebridge.org/attend

  • Monday
    May 31 2010
    Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meet & Greet

    Interested in volunteering at this year's Open Source Bridge? Come to our last volunteer meet & greet of the year where you can learn about our onsite volunteer positions as well as other tasks for which we can use your help.

    If you can't make it, but want to volunteer, check out: http://opensourcebridge.org/2010/wiki/How_to_Sign-up

    About Open Source Bridge: OSBridge is an all volunteer-run conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way.